Royal Dahlman's filter technology for Scandinavian biorefinery

Date: 03-02-2023

Around the world, energy companies are looking to transition away from fossil fuels towards renewable sources. The Scandinavian traditional refinery is in the middle of a transformation and while many refineries around the world are closing, they are instead scaling up and preparing for the future. A big step has been taken toward starting a large-scale production of renewable fuels. The refinery made its biggest investment ever in the Green Processing Unit (GPU). The biorefinery will have an annual capacity of 200,000 tonnes of renewable fuels production and is expected to commence its operations in 2023. It is designed to optimize production of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel.