We are seeking a high-efficiency solution for managing waste heat from process streams to produce cooling, improving the energy consumption of production installations and reducing the demand for energy media at the refinery.

We are looking for an alternative solution to steam heating for process pipelines that provides anti-freeze protection during the winter period. The proposed technology must be characterized by high heating system efficiency and reliability. Key features should include maintenance-free operation and the ability for self-regulation of the heating system.

We are seeking innovative technologies that allow for the utilization of high-nitrogen gas, which is characterized by high variability in composition in the stream, for the production of electricity or process steam. The proposed solution must ensure safe operation under varying gas compositions and physical stream parameters such as pressure and temperature. Compactness of the solution is crucial.

We are seeking solutions aimed at utilizing low-temperature heat (of various types) to enhance the thermal integration of production installations. The solution should be implementable in industrial conditions, capable of operating with streams of variable available heat, and characterized by high system efficiency.

We are seeking a solution that limits mass water losses in cooling water due to droplet entrainment in water blocks during the cooling process by counterflow air. We are looking for better alternatives to the currently used lamellar eliminators.

We are looking for solutions that enable the verification of microplastics up to 5 mm in diameter in air, soil, wastewater, and living organisms. These solutions should allow for the identification and quantification of microplastics in accordance with ISO 24187:2023, including continuous direct emission measurement for air and wastewater. Additionally, in alignment with CSRD regulations on sustainable development reporting, the system should facilitate the preparation of data on microplastic production and emissions into the environment. Optionally, the vendor may suggest solutions to minimize microplastic emissions.

We want to explore the possibilities of new tools for seismic data processing. We offer solutions for the reconnaissance of the geological structure, in particular for the exploration of natural resources in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America (hydrocarbon and metal deposits), the evaluation of underground reservoirs for the storage of natural gas, CO2 and hydrogen, analyses for geothermal purposes, as well as studies for the nuclear power industry. In addition, we provide services for the identification of geological conditions for the planning of offshore structures, including offshore wind farms. We see particular potential in solutions from the area of machine learning and artificial intelligence.

We are seeking innovative solutions for using captured CO2 for process and production purposes. The solution should consider the possibility of utilizing contaminated streams and align with the European Union's climate policy.