We are developing an innovative zeolite catalyst technology to provide green fuels and chemicals.
Ethylene produced by catalytic dehydration of ethanol, can be converted to propylene very selectively by our “ETP (Ethylene to propylene)” process. ETP process is well-differentiated and exclusive due to highly selective ETP catalyst and its specific regeneration method of deactivated catalyst, resulting in the continuous and stable production of bio-propylene.
We expect drastic mitigation of CO2 emission by using bioethanol as a resource and can realize cost-effective production of propylene by our ETP process designed for large scale production.
We hope our ETP will contribute to carbon neutralization greatly as early as possible.
- Development of zeolite catalyst well-modified for ETP process
- Direct conversion of ethylene to propylene selectively, resulting in the cost -effective process
- Catalyst regeneration by hydrocracking of coke
- No room of irreversible deterioration by dealumination of zeolite catalyst due to steam-free regeneration condition