In the sixth edition of Inside Energy Transition newsletter, you will find how Tecpetrol, in collaboration with Techint E&C, carried out the design and start-up of the Direct Lithium Extraction (DEL) pilot plant, located in Salta, Argentina, 4,100 meters above sea level, in a record time of seven months.
On the other hand, TechEnergy Ventures, part of Tecpetrol's Energy Transition Unit, is one of the investors that decided to support Quino Energy, a start-up that aims to bring to the market an affordable long-term storage solution, developed by Harvard researchers, to minimize the intermittency inherent in wind and solar power.
Regarding Ternium, the company recently completed the measurement of its greenhouse gas emissions throughout its industry, under the accounting standard of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. The application of the GHG Protocol standard complements the company's current sustainability reporting framework, under worldsteel's CO2 emissions reporting methodology.
In addition, Tenova, a leading developer and provider of sustainable solutions for the green transition of the metals industry, signed a contract with Latrobe Magnesium Limited (LMG), an Australian company, to perform engineering, supply and supervision work of the magnesium oxide (MgO) production plant, a demonstration pilot that uses the world's first combined hydrometallurgical/thermal reduction process.
Finally, Tenaris and Indonesian oil giant Pertamina organized a drilling technology innovation seminar, focused on carbon capture and storage (CCS), in Jakarta, Indonesia, which attracted around 270 participants from national oil and gas companies. gas.
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