Honeywell to demonstrate ready-now technologies for a sustainable energy transition at ADIPEC 2023

Company driving sustainability with innovations in carbon capture and storage 
Honeywell to demonstrate ready-now technologies for a sustainable energy transition at ADIPEC 2023
Mohammed Mohaisen, the president and CEO of Honeywell Middle East and North Africa. (Supplied)

Honeywell (Nasdaq: HON) is set to present its array of proven technologies aimed at facilitating the swift transition towards clean energy at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), taking place in the UAE capital this October.

ADIPEC 2023, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, will unite global energy and technology leaders with the common goal of expediting the decarbonization of the energy sector and the industries it supports.

Taking place ahead of COP28, scheduled to be held in the UAE later this year, ADIPEC will serve as a platform to highlight the pivotal role played by the energy sector in achieving cross-border climate targets. Additionally, ADIPEC will present a timely exhibition that showcases innovative solutions. These solutions are aimed at assisting nations across the Middle East and worldwide. Further, these innovations aim to help countries in meeting their ambitious climate objectives.

Making sustainability achievable

Honeywell will showcase its latest technology portfolio at booth #4150, Hall 4, highlighting its commitment to supporting these objectives. In addition, Honeywell will present a variety of workforce excellence and safety systems aimed at fostering a safer and more intelligent energy sector.

Mohammed Mohaisen, the president and CEO of Honeywell Middle East and North Africa, expressed that Honeywell’s emphasis at this year’s ADIPEC is centered around making sustainability achievable for the energy sector through the localization and advancement of technology.

Mohaisen highlighted that this year’s ADIPEC serves as a demonstration of the sector’s contribution to the environmental agenda. It also showcases the sector’s responsibility and leadership in global decarbonization efforts. Mohaisen further mentioned their excitement to showcase their technologies at the event. He stressed the role of their technologies in supporting customers’ climate objectives. He also highlighted how their technologies align with broader business objectives.

Insights and perspectives

Insights and perspectives on significant topics will be shared by senior Honeywell leaders. These topics include digitalization, carbon capture, hydrogen production, and refining solutions. The sharing of these insights will take place during various sessions of ADIPEC’s conference program.

During the ADIPEC Strategic Conference on Day 1, Lucian Boldea, the president and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies, will participate in a panel session. Also, the session will focus on the dynamic evolution of the downstream industry. It will explore the interplay between demand and the decarbonization of value chains.

Read more: ADIPEC gathers global stakeholders to accelerate energy transition

Technologies on show

Honeywell’s booth will exhibit several technologies at ADIPEC 2023, including:

  • Digital automation and control: Honeywell offers a range of digital solutions. These solutions encompass digital twins, cyber insight, intelligent refining, and upstream performance suites. These solutions aim to enhance uptime, process performance, and efficiency. Honeywell has been assisting ADNOC in their digital transformation through AI-based asset monitoring and predictive analysis. As part of a 10-year predictive maintenance agreement, Honeywell strives to optimize operations by maximizing uptime, improving efficiency, predictability, and overall performance.
  • Carbon capture, utilization, and storage: Honeywell will present its range of innovative technologies related to carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) at the event. These cutting-edge solutions are designed to address carbon emissions in energy production processes and various industrial operations.
  • Hydrogen Production and Transportation: Honeywell will emphasize its solutions for hydrogen production and transportation, focusing on the significance of blue hydrogen as a crucial transitional solution towards achieving a green hydrogen economy.
  • Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF): Additionally, Honeywell will exhibit its innovative Ecofining™ technology at the event. This groundbreaking technology utilizes animal fats, vegetable oils, waste cooking oil, and other noncompeting feedstock to produce highly efficient biofuels. In addition to Ecofining™, Honeywell will showcase other technologies that enable the exploration of alternative and abundant feedstock pathways, such as biomass, ethanol, and even carbon dioxide.

Additional technologies include

  • Emissions Management: As a greenhouse gas, methane is about 27-30 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Visitors can learn about Honeywell’s new Emissions Management Suite at ADIPEC. The suite helps energy companies reduce and report emissions data. Also, it achieves this through the integration of connected detectors, visualizers, flare gas recovery systems, and real-time data analytics. The suite offers a ready-now, end-to-end plant-wide solution.
  • Workforce excellence and safety: Furthermore, to meet the regional customers’ demands for local workforce development and stringent safety standards, Honeywell will present a selection of workforce training, simulation, and connected worker systems. These include safety wearables, voice systems, and portable gas detection devices, all aimed at optimizing the productivity and safety of field-based operations.

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