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New Projects 2012 - ISPT Institute for Sustainable Process Technology

New Projects 2012

Overview of opportunities to participate in the new

ISPT innovation program

26-04-2012


Introduction to ISPT

Innovation in process technology is one of the main ways the industry

becomes more sustainable, which is the objective of the Institute for

Sustainable Process Technology (ISPT).

ISPT manages a network of more than 50 process-technology companies

research institutes and universities. This provides the ISPT with an active

world class cooperation network. ISPT considers this network a pre-

requisite since innovation can only be achieved through cooperation

between companies throughout the value chain.

The ISPT partners collaborate in research projects for new process

technology. In projects that are typically 2 or 4 years, researchers from

research institutes and companies, for example, find new ways to get

nutrition from algae or to recover phosphates from wastewater. A project

often starts with a problem from one or more companies from which a

research plan is created.

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TKI Processing

ISPT transforms in 2012 into the TKI Processing that will include all process

steps from raw materials to products. The central values are: demand-driven

innovation, with open exchange of knowledge, roadmap for the common

goals and a trust-based network.

Chemie

Agro-food

Energie

Tuinbouw + uitgangsmat.

Water

Process technology

Biobased Economy

Process technology is a

theme in a number of

top sectors

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Ideation steps

What steps are taken to bring these ideas further?

During the ideation phase of a project, two things happen more or less

parallel. Each project starts with an idea. To further develop this idea, it

must gain support and strength. Winning support means that more parties

get actively involved until all project partners are known. Gaining strength

more details are added to the content until there is a complete project plan.

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ISPT and ideation

In the later phase of the ideation process you can decide to become

active as a project partner and commit to the project which will ask for

• Participation both with cash and in kind contribution to the project

for industries.

• Become a partner of ISPT with its knowledge sharing approach.

• Dutch Contract research Organizations participation via Top sector

Innovation contracts.

• SME can participate as third party delivering services, technology or

material towards the project. Sharing of IP is not included for third

parties. SME can off-course join as full project partner as well.

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ISPT and ideation

How can we participate ?

Both knowledge institutes, SME companies, multinationals, contract

research institutes are invited to take part in the ideation process.

Participation is open to both ISPT and non ISPT partners and European

and non –European partners.

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Functional protein fractionation – the right protein at

the right place -

Development of novel biorefinery technologies (low in waste removal)

needed to fractionate valuable native components (e.g. proteins) for

different industries. Projects may vary between end-of-pipe solutions up to

redesign of complete biorefinery routes. Project scope will be: Disruption &

Disentanglement, Chromatography (no salts), New matrices, Reduce

Column Volume.

Project ID: 23

Contact persons: Albert van der Padt – Friesland Campina, Michel

Eppink - Synthon

Program manager: Frans van den Akker

Budget 2012: tbd

From EL & I: tbd

Target start date: 2012

Meeting: A meeting will take place on May 31st to

define the industrial needs and workpackages

Click here for more project information

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Selective Enzyme Inactivation in Complex Food

Systems

Improve quality and shelf life of liquid food products, increase the

knowledge on controlling enzyme activity and develop new technologies.

• Explore new inactivation methods like CO2, high pressure and

advanced heating techniques.

• Design the optimal process for complex liquid food systems

• Develop a pilot unit for real-life tests.

Project ID: 21

Involved parties: FrieslandCampina, Cosun, Heineken, Avebe,

Feyecon, WUR F&BR

Contact person: Erik Esveld – WUR F&BR

Program manager: Frans van den Akker

Budget 2012: 800 k€

From EL & I: 400 k€

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Selective removal of Flavour-active components

(follow-up FO-10-05)

Develop separation technology for downstream control of the flavour profile

of food products by using the complementary potential of different

technologies, such as stripping, ScCO2 extraction, pervaporation and

selective adsorption for selective removal of flavour active components.

Project ID: 69

Involved parties: Heineken, WUR, F&BR, more are welcome

Contact person: Reinoud Noordman - Heineken

Program manager: Frans van den Akker

Budget 2012: 225 k€

From EL & I: 113 k€

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Cleaning without product loss

Cleaning In Process requirements deal with operating costs, reproducibility,

cycle times, cleaning temperature energy and resource usage (water, waste

water, detergents, ..).This project aims to make a step in less energy and

resource usage by investigating new possibilities.

Involved parties: Pentair, FrieslandCampina, Heineken, more

welcome

Contact person: André Mepschen - Pentair

Program manager: Frans van den Akker

Budget 2012: t.b.d.

From EL & I: t.b.d.

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Biorefinery of Microalgae - Novel Integrated chains –

and sidestream based algae production

Development of novel and mild biorefinery technologies and processes for

microalgae biomass, in which the functionality of the different biomass

components is maintained and energy requirement is reduced.

Combination of dairy, starch and sugar (side)streams to identify shared

opportunities (business, logistic and technical) for algae production.

Project ID: 30

Involved parties: WUR, F&BR and more

Contact person: Maria Barbosa – F&BR

Program manager: Frans van den Akker

Budget 2012: 1.200 k€

From EL & I:

Target start date: June 2012

Click here for more project information

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MObile photo bioreactor to Valorize Industrial side

streams (MOVI)

Scaling up of algae bioreactor based on existing technology. The challenge

is to create and implement a concept to reduce the footprint of the industry

and to produce a beneficial one. In this concept, a photo bioreactor is used

to turn typical sidestreams as CO2, waste water and NOx into usable

biomass and oxygen by photosynthesis using algae and/or moss.

Project ID: 125

Contact person: Bart van der Velpen – Royal Haskoning

Program manager: Frans van den Akker

Budget 2012: 275 k€

From EL & I: 138 k€

Target start date: June 2012

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Biobased feed for bulk and specialty chemicals

Obtain triple P feasible process technologies for conversion of low cost

ligno-cellulose biomasses to feedstocks for bulk chemicals production, also

usable as blend to conventional feedstocks. Research process

technologies for C5-C6 sugars, C3-C5 organic acids, C2-C4 olefins and

BTX aromatics. Pre-project, 1 yr: identification, selection and evaluation of

promising process technologies.

Project ID: 131

Potential partners: UTwente, Purac, Dow, DSM, ECN, TNO, Avantium,

TU/e. partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Sacha kersten - UTwente

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 300 k€

From EL & I: 150 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Advanced distillation technologies

Development of energy efficient distillation systems applicable to binary and

multi-component separations, azeotropic, extractive and reactive distillation.

Technologies considered are Dividing Wall Columns and Cyclic Distillation.

Project ID: 12

Involved parties: AkzoNobel, DSM, TU Paderborn

Contact person: Tony kiss - AkzoNobel

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 250 k€

From EL & I: 125 k€

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Integration of reaction and separation

Improve processes with low conversion and selectivity by in-situ product

removal. Reaction classes currently considered are Hydrogenation,

Dehydrogenation, Oxidation and Polycondensation. In the pre-project

phase in 2012 detailed project plans for each reaction class are developed

with teams of industry and academia.

Project ID: 9

Involved parties: Utwente, more are welcome

Contact person: Boelo Schuur - UTwente

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 100 k€

From EL & I: 50 k€

Target start date: October 2012

Click here for more project information

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Plate-packing HIDiC - Equipment solution for a

thermodynamic concept

Develop equipment that enables to fully benefit from the HIDiC energy

savings potential at affordable equipment cost.

Project ID: 78

Involved parties: Huntsman, ECN, Sulzer, BASF

Contact person: Dolf Bruinsma - ECN

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 750 k€

From EL & I: 375 k€

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Optimal Grade Switching (follow-up SC-00-05)

Development of grade switching strategies for multi-product continuous

plants that drastically minimize the switching times and off spec products.

Strategies are based on advanced process models and online dynamic

optimization routines.

Project ID: 119

Involved parties: DSM, AkzoNobel, TU/e

Contact person: Edwin Zondervan – TU/e

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 100 k€

From EL & I: 50 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Chain efficiency: demonstration of

Optimization across boundaries in one area

Intensified processes give opportunity to re-design manufacturing

operations, value chains and business models. The traditional paradigm in

the industry is to increase profitability by economy of scale. In particular in

the specialty industry with lower-volume high value-added products, the

paradigm of economy of chain can bring previously un-harvested benefits,

but requires innovative business models.

Project ID: 75

Involved parties: DSM, TUD, more are welcome

Contact person: Telli van der Lei - TUD

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 100 k€

From EL & I: 50 k€

Target start date: 2012

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CREASYN - Exploring Industrial Symbiosis

implementation in the Netherlands

Integrated sites offer competitive advantage (cf Verbund model of BASF).

ISPT can enhance identification of opportunities to re-use heat and material

resources that are currently considered waste, and stimulate re-use by

alignment of parties with potential opportunities.

Project ID: 76

Involved parties: Royal Haskoning, TUD, more are welcome

Contact person: Bart van der Velpen – Royal Haskoning

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 100 k€

From EL & I: 50 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Provide! Process Intensification Development Centre

In Provide! a consortium of industry, universities and TNO is investigating

the transition from batch to continuous chemistry. In Provide! TNO and its

partners are getting ready for a new method of chemistry that is more

effective for companies and thus much better for society.

Project ID: 135

Involved parties: TNO

Contact person: Martijn de Graaff - TNO

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 900 k€

From EL & I: 270 k€

Target start date: 2012

More information: http://www.providecentre.nl/

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Re-use and upgrading of waste heat to process heat

Development of several industrial heat pumps and transformers as well as

drivers for heat pumps to upgrade waste heat to useful process heat.

Project ID: Cluster of projects, see a.o.

Involved parties: ECN, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Jan Aiso Lycklama à Nijeholt - ECN

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd

From EL & I: tbd

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Thermoacoustic heat pump for distillation - Testing of

alternative industrial type of driver

Testing of alternative driver (industrial type) for a electrically driven thermo

acoustic heat pump for distillation.

Project ID: 6

Involved parties: ECN, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Jan-Aiso Lycklama à Nijeholt - ECN

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 300 k€

From EL & I: 150 k€

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Cost effective, low energy new separation processes

Cost effective, energy efficient separation processes, such as alternatives

for distillation processes. Cluster of projects comprising technologies like

membranes, nano filtration, affinity solvents (ionic liquids, hyper branched

polymers, adsorbents), sorption and combinations thereof

Project ID: 121 (cluster of projects: see next slides)

Potential partners: ECN, UT, AkzoNobel, Sabic, DOW, DSM and

more

Contact person: Depends of topic, ask Menno Plantenga

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 600 k€ in addition to what is specified in related

slides

From EL & I: 300 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Hybsi® application and development

Testing and further development in application of Hybsi® membranes,

suitable for demanding separations and dehydration of solvents, using

pervaporation at elevated temperatures up to 190°C, in aggressive aprotic

solutions including N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone (NMP) and down to a pH value

of ~2.

Project ID: 120

Involved parties: Pervatech, interested partners are invited to join

Contact person: Frans Velterop - Pervatech

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 1.200 k€

From EL & I: 600 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Separation of compounds with very similar molecular

structures and removal of traces from process streams

Develop novel cost effective separation processes to separate compounds

with very similar structures to obtain highly pure product streams (remaining

traces < 10-50 ppm) and the development of a logical process development

approach “toolbox”. Amongst others: use of functionalized Nanoparticles and

reversed Phase Solvent Impregnated Resins.

Project Idea: 5

Potential partners: ECN, UTwente, more are welcome

Contact person: Dolf Bruinsma – ECN

Boelo Schuur - UTwente

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 200 k€

From EL & I: 100 k€

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

One of the evaluated techniques

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Designer solvents for water removal

The development of extraction based technologies to remove water from

polar/high boiling product streams without evaporation of water – hence,

saving energy. Examples:

1) Extraction from aqueous solutions with Ionic Liquids:

-expand the scope to other solutes

-develop Cosmo-RS approach further to be able to generalize

2) Immobilize polymers for easy recovery, e.g. on magnetic particles

3) Fractionation of aqueous stream pyrolysis oil

Potential partners UTwente, Ioniqa, MTSA, Syncom; partners

interested: please indicate and join

Contact person: Boelo Schuur - UTwente

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd

From EL & I: tbd

Target start date: 2012

Click here for more project information

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Energy efficient alternative for current setup olefins /

paraffins separation (2nd wave)

Separation of olefins and paraffins from cracker gas. Focus should be on

C2 or C3 olefin-paraffin separation. First separation of olefins and paraffins

is also an option. Major energy savings in olefin production.

Project ID: 3

Potential partners: DOW; partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Henk Pelt - DOW

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd k€

From EL & I: tbd k€

Target start date: 2012

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Ionic liquids as solvents for novel oil refining &

hydrocarbon conversion processes

To save large amounts of energy and capital cost by using ionic liquids as

novel solvents for novel oil refinery and hydrocarbon conversion processes.

(Fisher Tropsch, Sulphur removal).

Project ID: 11

Potential partners: TU/e, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Maaike kroon - TU/e

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 100 k€; (Rem.: related fundamental discovery

project intended to start within SmartSep program)

From EL & I: 50 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Improved control of the hydrodynamic condition

(flooding) in liquid-liquid extraction

Improvement of the performance of liquid-liquid extraction process (in terms

of productivity and safety) by systematic modelling, optimization and control

of the flooding conditions in the column. A model-based controller technique

will be designed and tested and ultimately be implemented as a

demonstration at pilot plant scale.

Project ID: 133

Potential partners: DSM, TU/e; partners interested: please indicate &

join

Contact person: katarina Babic - DSM, Edwin Zondervan - TU/e

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 200 k€

From EL & I: 100 k€

Target start date: June 2012

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Process System Engineering and Advanced Process

Control (PSE & APC – Close the loop Program)

Develop approaches, theory, tools, training, education etc. to allow for

better interaction and integration of advanced process design, operation

and control.

Project ID: Cluster of projects

Potential partners: partners interested: express your interest and join

Contact person: Alex van Delft, DSM; Ton Backx and Paul van den

Hoff, TU/e; Jobert Ludlage TUD; Jan Harmsen

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 800 k€ to be divided over “Close the loop program”

projects

From EL & I: 400 k€

Target start date: 2012

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(PSE & PC Close the loop) Interaction and integration of

Process Operation, design and control

New design method, considering process control to be an integral part of

the process and equipment design, allowing interaction and integration of

process operation, design and control. Aims for an integral approach (incl.

theory, tools etc.) that can be used in all stages of process development

and plant life cycle of any process.

Project ID: 140

Potential partners: DOW, kCPk, TU/e, WUR, DSM

partners interested: express your interest and join

Contact person: tbd - DOW

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: part of Close the loop program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(PSE & PC Close the loop) Integration of Process

Intensification and Process Control on μ-scale

Development of process dynamics driven design methodologies for process

intensification of reactor and separation systems. Obtain both rders of

magnitude increase of yield and high selectivity in (micro-)reactor and

separation systems performance. The theme is a seed theme to develop

breakthrough methods in process design and process operation.

Project ID: 138

Poatential partners: TU/e, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Ton Backx - TU/e

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: part of Close the loop program budget

From EL & I: 50%

Target start date: 2012

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(PSE & PC Close the loop) Advanced process control

(APC) method base on online rigorous dynamic models

Improve existing plant operations by model based process control.

Introduction of easy to use tools. Integration of APC with online running

rigourous physical-chemical dynamic models of the process. The method is

suited for (transfer to) continuous processes, batch processes and

combinations thereof (batch in continuous)

Project ID: 134

Potential partners: FrieslandCampina, DSM; partners interested:

please indicate & join

Contact person: Fred van Dijk, M. de Rooij

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: part of Close the loop program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(PSE & PC Close the loop) Remote operation and control

Develop reliable/secure/robust methods for designing and implementing

remote controlled, unmanned – and often small scale – operations and

processes. Generalize specific expertise to a generic robust approach.

Scope: Procedural automation/transition management/remote control/

close to customers/centralization/robustness (eyes on – hands off).

Project ID: 130

Potential partners: DSM, Dow, Siemens, Cordys, FHI-federation of

technology branches; partners interested: please

indicate & join

Contact person: Fred van Dijk, Lou Verhagen

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: part of Close the loop program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(PSE & PC Close the loop) Operational Intelligence

Solution on demand

Making asset data and tacit knowledge of experienced operators and

engineers available through IT systems in such a way that young operators

and engineers can use them and support business decisions are adequately

supported to obtain more reliable processes, more efficient on resources.

Project ID: 139

Potential partners: Devlab, Wintershall, FHI-federation of technology

branches; partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Freek van Dijk - Shell

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: part of Close the loop program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(PSE & PC Close the loop:) Process System Engineering

(PSE) and Process Control (PC) in biorefinery

Development of new and improved biorefinery systems based on methods

from PSE and PC. Extending such methods for recovery of fibers and

chemical building blocks and for production of non-traditional chemicals in

biorefinery. Development of a complete biorefinery optimization model to

derive optimal production routes, efficient process design and operations.

Project ID: 141

Potential partners WUR, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Ton van Boxtel – WUR, Edwin Zondervan – TU/e

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: part of Close the loop program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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Gas Treatment program

Treatment of several types of natural gas, i.e. contaminated / acid gas,

stranded gas, unconventional gas, local fermentation Biogas.

Transformation to marketable Energy Products (gas or liquid).

Project ID: 126; cluster of projects

Potential partners: Frames, UTwente, FMC; partners interested:

please indicate & join

Contact person: Paul Verbeek – FMC, Nieck Benes - UTwente,

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 850 k€ to be divided over projects of the Gas

treatment program

From EL & I: 425 k€

Target start date: 2012

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(Gas treatment program) Unconventional gas / shale

gas

To offer to operators a significant and sufficient better alternative treatment

of produced streams from shale gas winning, compared to the state-of-the-

art provided now in the U.S. market, by combining available technology

and/or combinations with improved / developed new technology

Project ID: 128

Potential parners: FMC technologies, Frames, Veolia, Voltea,

Salttech, VITO, Pacques; partners interested:

please indicate & join

Contact person: Paul Verbeek – FMC technologies

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: Part of the Gas treatment program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(Gas treatment program) Small Scale GTL/GTX

Identification / development of system/technology for cost-effective and

economical viable, reliable decentralized (small scale) conversion of natural

gas to liquid. For instance, of locally produced associated gas (from f.i.

crude oil production) into transportable fuel (LNG, ethanol, diesel); in future

flaring of such associated gas will be legally forbidden or limited.

Project ID: 129

Potential partners: Frames, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Menno Plantenga

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: Part of the Gas treatment program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(Gas treatment program) Treatment and transformation

of Biogas

Treatment of (= for instance, removal of water and contaminants, especially

from locally and distributed produced fermentation) Biogas and to transform

it to marketable Energy Products (gas or liquid).

Project ID: 124

Potential partners: Frames, partners interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Menno Plantenga

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: Part of the Gas treatment program budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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Oil Treatment Program – Enhanced/ Improved Oil

Recovery

The development of breakthrough technologies that will enable recovery of

hydrocarbons in areas that are difficult to access or where hydrocarbons

are difficult to produce. One of the separation technologies that could

revolutionise future field developments is in-line separation of oil and water.

Project ID: 127 Cluster of projects

Potential Partners: Wintershall, Frames, FMC, UT, TUD; partners

interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Menno Plantenga

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd; to be divided over “Oil Treatment program”

projects

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(Oil Treatment Program) Model for separating

multiphase flow

Delivering a state-of-the-art model capable of describing the complex

behavior of separating multiphase flow. Specifically, a model that can

handle situations where the current modeling fails; when the disperse

phase becomes the continuous phase: Phase inversion. Evolution droplet

size distribution by coalescence and break-up.

Potential Partners: Wintershall, Frames, FMC, UT, TUD; partners

interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Menno Plantenga

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd part of the “Oil treatment program” budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(Oil Treatment Program ) Intensified emulsion

technology (making and breaking emulsions)

Development of a generic platform for emulsification & demulsification

technology.

Potential Partners: Wintershall, Frames, FMC, UT, TUD; partners

interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: tbd

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd part of the “Oil treatment program” budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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(Oil Treatment Program ) 2 nd Phase Oil-Water swirl

separator

To deliver a prototype in-line, swirling, flow separator and design rules,

operating guidelines and an operating window. New fundamental

knowledge on the combination of swirling flow, coalescence and dense

dispersion two-phase flow. Investigate different designs and use our

computational tools to predict performances.

Potential Partners: Wintershall, Frames, FMC, UT, TUD; partners

interested: please indicate & join

Contact person: Paul Verbeek – FMC technologies

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: tbd part of the “Oil treatment program” budget

From EL & I: 50 %

Target start date: 2012

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Oil & Gas Produced water treatment program (u.w.

cleaning up of production / produced / overboard water)

Develop new and optimize water treatment technologies, implementation in

Line ups; chain aspects, address interfacing to enable connecting steps.

Produce funnel overview. Assessment technology maturity of approach.

Remove components from water before emission and recover and re-use

the removed components as marketable chemicals (dispersed oil, heavy

metals, dissolved oil, chemicals etc.).

Project ID: 132; cluster of projects

Involved parties: FMC technologies, Wintershall, Frames, ECN,

Pentair X-Flow; partners interested: please indicate

Contact person: Arian Nijmeijer - Shell

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 300 k€ to be divided over “OG Produced Water

treatment program” projects

From EL & I: 150 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Scarce Resources * Salt removal in (waste) streams –

closing the NPk cycle -

The goal is to develop a sustainable device that removes or separates salts

(especially N, P and k) from waste streams, based on physical separation

principles.

Project ID: 20

Involved parties: Avebe, more are welcome

Contact person: Martin Timmer

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: tbd

From EL & I: tbd

Target start date: October 2012

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Local demineralizing (P, k, N, Cl) of biomass

Project ID: 32

Involved parties: parties are welcome

Contact person: Annita Westenbroek

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: 150 k€

From EL & I: 75 k€

Target start date: 2012

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Waste water treatment (salts and heavy metals and

chemicals, oil)

Project ID: 46

Involved parties: Wintershall, Frames, more are welcome

Contact person: Danny van der krogt – Wintershall, Martijn Ruijter -

Frames

Program manager: Andreas ten Cate

Budget 2012: tbd

From EL & I: tbd

Target start date: 2012

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Production / produced / overboard water (u.w. cleaning

up production water)

Remove components from water before emission (overboard water) and

recover and re-use the removed components as marketable chemicals

(dispersed oil, heavy metals, dissolved oil, chemicals etc.).

Project ID: 132

Involved parties: FMC technologies, more are welcome

Contact person: Paul Verbeek – FMC technologies

Program manager: Menno Plantenga

Budget 2012: 300 k€

From EL & I: 150 k€

Target start date: 2012

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