As natural gas becomes increasingly abundant, barriers are leading to depressed prices for the foreseeable future, with very little upside projected. Our solution is simple: enabling technology to produce higher value, higher demand products that benefit consumers and can be readily exported.
As the world’s energy consumption continues to increase, we must find new ways to generate, distribute, and use energy to achieve the profound transformation required to mitigate and reverse the forces of climate change. Hatch’s global managing director of Energy, Robert Francki shares how Hatch is responding.
Al Taweelah Alumina power and steam integration
United Arab Emirates
Mesquite Solar 1
United States of America
Thunder Bay solar projects
Alumar Unit 2
Jamalco Phase One
Nsolv Pilot Plant
Analysis of the temperature changes in the Aburrá Valley between 1995 and 2015 and modeling based on urban, meteorlogical and energetic parameters
Climate 2018, 6(2), 21 (Special issue: Understanding and Mitigating Urban Heat Island-Remote Sensing and GIS Technologies)
COM 2017 - August 27-30, 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada
All Technical Papers
Friday, December 4, 2020