MOSCOW (MRC) -- In a win for sustainability, Kent has been awarded the Future Fuels Desulphurization Project by Ampol, where they will support the reduction of fuel emissions by 2025, said Hydrocarbonprocessing.
This landmark project, which aims to support the longevity of the Australian refinery, is a significant award for Kent, won following a competitive tendering period. Support from offices in Houston, Mumbai, UAE, London, Bogota and Calgary has allowed Kent to get to where it is today, as a connected global organization. Kent’s global hubs will also be working together on this project.
The project is critical to meeting proposed Euro 6 fuel sulfur emissions legislation, which requires that all fuels contain less than 10 ppm sulfur, in Australia by 2025.
As per MRC, the newly formed partnership, Circular Industrial Plastics, which consists of large Danish companies, commits to increase recycling of industrial plastics by at least 20% before 2025. Circular Industrial Plastics has a budget of USD5.6 MM, of which USD2.4 MM were granted by the Danish Eco-Innovation Program under the Danish Environmental Protection Agency. The ambition is to make knowledge and technology within circular plastic available for Danish companies.