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Rising Energy Costs Bolster Growth

6:56 AM MDT | April 28, 2008 | Michelle Bryner

Climbing energy costs are not holding back catalysts producers. Profits are increasing at these firms as refining, petchem, and polymer producers increase the use of catalysts to reduce energy consumption and improve yield and process selectivity. Catalyst producers are investing in expansions and developing new products as a result of this boom in customer demand for energy-saving technologies and for syngas conversion into fuel and chemicals. Müller: Demand for syngas cats rising. Payn: Catalysts to offset energy costs. Wernicke: Sharp rise in zeolite...

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