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PANEL SESSION: hosted by BASF plc

Flue2Chem - INSIGHT SE SSION

https://www.chemicalukexpo.com /speakers/hosted-by-basf-plc-2/

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Speakers –\; from F lue2Chem consortium:

Session Host:

Tony Heslop - EMEA Regional Lead Sus tainability - BASF plc

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Speakers:

S ean Rouse - Technology Specialist - Croda Europe Ltd

Jin Xuan - Associate Dean (Research &\; Innovation). Faculty of Engineering &\; Physical Sciences - Univ ersity of Surrey

Jenny Readman - Business Development Manager - Centre for Process Innovation (CPI)

< p class=MsoNormal>Professor Peter Styring - Professor of Chemical Engineer ing &\; Chemistry. Department of Chemical &\; Biological Engineering - University of Sheffield

Sam Lowe - Cle an Futures Technical Management\, Home Care –\; Unilever

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About thi s presentation

If we are to deliver n et zero\, in addition to replacing our current main source of energy\, we will need to move away from the use of fossil carbon feedstocks for the wi de variety of supply chains that depend on chemistry. \; These currently use about 2.6 billion tonnes of c arbon dioxide equivalent a year.

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Flue2Chem is a two-year programme made up of 17 businesses\, universities and non-governmental organisations and su pported by Innovate UK. \; Its g oal is to validate a complete supply chain from flue gases generated by in dustries such as paper and steel\, through the chemical transformations ne cessary to make appropriate intermediates and their reaction to make a non-ionic surfactants for the home care market\, to the formulation and testing of cleaning products using this “\;non-tr aditional”\; source of carbon.

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Flue2Chem set out to address this rout e to non-virgin fossil feedstocks and is now about ¾\; of the way th ough the project. \; How are we doing?

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