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JM Levo Methanol

A digital platform providing customers with insightful analytics based on JM expertise and advanced data modelling, enabling more agile and better informed decisions.

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Methanol

Methanol is an important and highly versatile chemical used to produce hundreds of every-day products which improve our quality of life, such as plywood, paint and adhesives. It is also a clean-burning and safe alternative to conventional fuels and a potential enabler for decarbonization.

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Dehydrogenation technology

While various dehydrogenation pathways exist for different compounds, Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ technology focusses on alcohol dehydrogenation to yield an ester product.

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NOx reduction FCC additives

Johnson Matthey’s range of NONOX additives are tailored to capitalise on the inherent NOx emission gradients that exist in the regenerator.

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Mercury removal absorbents

Johnson Matthey is the market leader in the production of mercury removal adsorbents for the gas processing industry. Our PURASPEC range of adsorbents is tailored for effective and complete mercury removal from hydrocarbon streams.

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CANS novel reactors technology

Johnson Matthey has developed a novel DAVY™ reactor design that provides increased efficiency whilst significantly reducing vessel sizes, equipment count and catalyst volumes.

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Dehydration technology

Johnson Matthey's fixed-bed DAVY™ dehydration technology underpins our dimethyl ether (DME) process, which uses methanol feed and is offered to our clients as an extension to our methanol flowsheets.

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Ethyl acetate process

This Johnson Matthey DAVY™ process is a breakthrough in ethyl acetate (EA) production. We have developed a process that is ideally suited for use with bio-based ethanol feeds and so offers an EA production route that is almost 100% carbon neutral.

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FORMOX formaldehyde process

Johnson Matthey license the FORMOX™ formaldehyde process, with plant capacities ranging from 70 MTPD to nearly 840 MTPD. The process enables the production of concentrations up to 55%, which means reduced costs of downstream production, storage and transport.

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Gas to liquids process

Converting natural gas to liquid fuels is an attractive prospect, particularly where the gas resource is effectively stranded in a remote location, making the conventional routes to market, by long distance pipeline or conversion to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for shipment by sea, uneconomic.

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