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Green Acceleration Project, Technological initiatives for energy transition

CARBON FOOTPRINT REDUCTION, CIRCULAR ECONOMY, NEW BIO-BASED PRODUCTS AND FEEDTSTOCKS: THE ENERGY INDUSTRY PARADIGM IS EVOLVING AND NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES HAVE EMERGED. 

All main industry players, both producers and buyers of plastics, are shifting towards recycling and bioplastics, while big oil companies are reviewing their investment plans in view of decarbonization. 
Thanks to its high know-how in the engineering and construction of plants, Maire Tecnimont already has the ability to boost the process of industrialization of the energy transition, moving from laboratory innovations, to pilot plants, up to industrial scale plants.
Maire Tecnimont launched its Green Acceleration project through a new company, NextChem, which will manage technological initiatives for the energy transition, to best address new market dynamics. 
The Group has identified these initiatives by acting as a technologist and a plant engineering contractor: therefore it is able to develop, industrialize and commercialize new solutions deriving from validated technologies, and then fill the gap between lab and industrialization.

Thanks to its technological DNA and its leadership in the processing of natural resources, Maire Tecnimont can act on the innovation curve with the right timing, to be the technological and industrial partner of choice in driving the on-going energy transition. NextChem portfolio is composed by a series of initiatives aimed at:

GREENING THE BROWN:
mitigating the environmental impact of technologies used for oil and gas processing;
CIRCULAR ECONOMY:
implementing effective circular economy process via mechanical and chemical plastics recycling;
GREEN - GREEN:
identifying oil substitutes to produce bio and renewable fuels from bio-based feed-stocks and industrializing bioplastics production with the aim to address specific market requirements.
 

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