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Challenges

We are looking for an innovative solution to manage pure oxygen from the electrolysis process. Depending on the size, our electrolysers will produce between 2.4 and 29.7 tonnes of oxygen per hour. We are interested in both the possibility of using oxygen as part of processes on the refinery site, as well as completely new applications away from the refinery.

We are looking for a solution to enhance the safety of transmission pipelines. Above all, we are keen to detect external interference and unauthorised work in the area around pipelines, as well as detecting leaks and pipeline disturbances. We see particular potential in fibre-optic technology, IoT sensors and data analysis by AI.

In order to increase the safety of our employees, we are looking for solutions to automate the handling of rail tank car manholes in the Automated Filling Station. We want to automate activities such as opening and closing manholes fixed with 4 wing nuts, applying seals and inspecting the interior (including presence of liquids and solids, condition of seals). It should be taken into account that the weight of tanker manholes is between 10 and 20 kg, and that the tool will have to work in sub-zero temperatures during the winter season. We see particular potential in the use of robotic arms or XYZ Cartesian robots in explosion-proof (ATEX) design.

We are looking for mobile platforms with installations for the transhipment of petroleum products such as bitumen, jet fuel, as well as petrol and diesel. Transshipment can take place between rail and road tankers in any configuration. It is acceptable to use a container form, which would allow the installation to be transported and operated at a given location for a given period of time (it does not have to be a self-propelled vehicle).

As part of our search for alternatives to fossil fuels, we are looking for a solution to gasify municipal waste (RDF and PreRDF) and produce synthetic gas. The plant should be stable, scalable and economically justifiable and scalable.

We are looking for solutions that allow the utilization of waste heat from manufacturing processes in areas such as district heating and hydrogen production. Solutions for district heating should recover heat using low-temperature energy, optimize heat utilization in the range of 100-230 °C, and the outcome of the process should be the conversion of low-grade waste heat into electricity. On the other hand, a solution dedicated to hydrogen production should enable economically justified use of recovered heat in dispersed electrolysis installations, taking into account the inability to directly utilize heat locally.