founded in 1940 on the brink of the second world war, dr. Haldor topsoe started the company based on a commitment to heterogeneous catalysis.
the company is governed by the notion that only through fundamental science can we continue to offer our clients the best, and the past 60 years offer an on-going tale of improving catalysis.
this notion still governs the company┐s business activities: research - technology - catalysts the synergy between research and development, process design, engineering, catalyst production and sales form the basis of the continuous optimisation of our catalysts and technologies.
topsoe┐s research activities are focused according to feedback from industrial practice. Engineering design parameters are firmly based on in-house knowledge and technology resulting from research and development efforts.
our catalysts and processes are developed in close collaboration between research, engineering, and production, ensuring the creation of catalysts and processes, which meet and exceed clients┐ expectations.
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the topsoe way in 1940 dr. Haldor topsoe founded the company on the belief that only through applied fundamental research would we build and retain our position as second to none in catalysis.
23 - 24 February 2010
5th Methanol Markets & Tech, Muscat, Oman
5th Methanol Markets & Tech.
28 February - 03 March 2010
Nitrogen + Syngas 2010, Bahrain
Nitrogen + Syngas 2010
9 - 10 March 2010
ARTC 13th Annual Meeting, Refining and Petrochemical, Singapore
ARTC 13th Annual Meeting
21 - 23 March 2010
NPRA Annual Meeting Phoenix, AZ, USA
NPRA annual meeting
23 - 24 March 2010
Middle East Refining Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Middle East Refining Conference
18 - 21 April 2010
Australasia Sulfuric Acid Workshop, Sydney, Australia
Australia sulfuric acid workshop
19 - 23 April 2010
Hannover Messe, Hannover, Germany
21 - 22 April 2010
5th Russia & CIS Bottom of the Barrel Technology Conference - Russia BBTC 2010
Russia BBTC 2010
17 - 19 May 2010
4th Annual Global Refining Summit
Global Refining Summit 2010
8 - 10 June 2010
Power-Gen Europe 2010
Power-Gen Europe 2010
13 - 16 September 2010
Rio Oil & Gas 2010
Rio Oil & Gas 2010
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Happenings / News / Press Coverage
12-05-2010Topsoe announces the start up of a new hydrogen production unit.
The new unit is based on steam methane reforming and supplies hydrogen to Esso Petrolera Argentina's refinery located in Campana, 70 km northwest of the city of Buenos Aires.
The plant is based on Topsoe's hydrogen technology and catalyst and is owned and operated by Air Liquide Argentina S.A.
"We are pleased to have completed the start up of this new hydrogen production unit, hereby confirming our strong presence in Latin America," says General Manager Mads Feddersen, Topsoe’s representative office in Latin America.
This plant is the latest in a row of more than 25 plants for which Topsoe has supplied technology and catalyst to the Air Liquide group.
06-05-2010 Pemex Refinacion and Haldor Topsøe have signed a contract. The contract includes the modernisation of eight existing diesel hydrotreaters and licensing of one new diesel hydrotreater at the Pemex Tula and Salamanca Refineries in Mexico. State-of-the-art catalysts The redesign will enable Pemex to supply the market with ultra low sulphur diesel with less than 15 wt ppm from the Tula and Salamanca refineries. The latest generation of Topsoe’s state-of-the-art TK BRIM™ catalysts are applied providing Pemex with operational and cost benefits. "This project further strengthens Topsoe’s position as the leading supplier of ultra low sulphur diesel technology and catalysts in Mexico as well as worldwide," says Vice President Peter Thoft Knudsen, Technology Division. Scope of supply Topsoe’s scope of supply includes license, pilot plant testing, revamp studies, basic engineering, catalysts and proprietary reactor internals.
05-05-2010 Topsoe has developed a process in cooperation with Technical University of Denmark, Department of Chemistry, making it possible to convert carbohydrates from biomass to lactic acid using a catalyst. Lactic acid is used for the production of bio-degradable plastic. A catalyst converting biomass This is the first time the process takes place over a catalyst – previously, biomass has been converted to lactic acid using fermentation. As the process may now take place using an inorganic catalyst, it will be possible to produce lactic acid using new and more cost-efficient processes. The research results have been published in an article in the internationally esteemed magazine Science on 30 April 2010.
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