By Jemima Owen-Jones2016-11-09T16:31:00+00:00
ILSA has created the first quintal of natural triacontanol concentrate extracted from Fabaceae produced through a new extraction plant with supercritical carbon dioxide (CO2).
ISLA uses natural triacontanol as a basis for producing its biostimulants for crops.
Supercritical CO2 technology has enabled the company to obtain a triacontanol concentrate of natural origin as opposed synthetic. This will allow for development also in the industrial market of biostimulants producers.
ILSA is an Italian producer of nitrogen organic fertilisers and special products for plant biostimulation.
Thanks to an innovative solution from Siemens and other energy and equipment optimisations, the Profertil fertiliser plant in Bahia Blanca, Argentina increases production of urea by 11% and ammonia by 9% using the same amount of energy.
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) is part of a team awarded $80m from the Department of Energy (DOE) to design, build, and operate a pilot plant to demonstrate supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) power cycles.
BOC Ltd is enjoying a fruitful first half of 2011 in clean energy projects, having opened Australia’s first Micro-LNG plant in Westbury, Tasmania and also secured a long-term gas supply contract with Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers (PCF).
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