The energy crisis in the European Union has significantly changed the window of opportunity for European energy.
2022 has seemingly reversed Europe’s aspirations to transform its industry and become environmentally neutral in a short period of time. Countries have re-opened their coal industries, some are preparing to heat their cities waste fuel oil in the winter, and electricity prices are jumping to unprecedented records. And now Bloomberg publishes the article with the title “The Future of Shipping Is … Sails?”
But this is a superficial impression. European industry is not that weak to be pushed back in this way, even during such an acute crisis. Today we see many manufacturers developing the most amazing forms of energy generation, which like the SABER EVNAT solutions, allow them to increase production efficiency.
For example, Neste is already in the final stages of converting its innovative renewable fuel to commercial production. This method is called “Waste to wheels” and is created, well, from waste. And it is not a rushed development, so much as the result of decades of innovation, with a unique focus on the production of high-quality, low-emission fuels. 92 percent of the raw materials used to make this fuel are waste and residues.
Similarly, for its part, BP has demonstrated the success of an integrated approach to reducing energy costs in marine shipping.
Biomass, consisting of vegetable oils, animal fats, waste cooking oils and other organic waste and residues, is turned into biofuel, which is then blended with conventional marine fuels. But most importantly, it is used in conventional engines. There is no need for any additional engine modifications, and the result is instant – CO2 emissions are reduced.
These two examples – and there are many more – show how important the scientific approach is today.
Like our company, many market players are interested in essentially the same goal: to increase efficiency by lowering energy costs. Against the backdrop of soaring conventional energy prices, this goal has now become even more important.
These examples also prove that the internal combustion engine is too early to be abandoned in this transitional phase. Today, they dominate everywhere: on the road, in the air and at sea, on the railways. And this will continue for a long time to come. But the developments of companies such as Neste and BP in the production of new fuels based on biomass or waste can already be used without waiting for revolutionary, completely green technologies – and significantly minimise damage to the environment, even without abandoning internal combustion engines.
Our company is servicing the market by providing proprietary solutions to ensure the high efficiency of such fluids, at the production and storage stages.
SABER EVNAT designs and manufactures customised, bespoke in-tank jet mixing equipment, differentiating between the needs of our customers. Our engineering team has more than 30,000 hours of expertise in Computational Fluid Dynamics software and our technology has proven itself in multiple projects.
We work closely with crude oil and biofuel refineries, petrochemical and oleochemical processing plants, tank storage terminals, and other representatives from different sectors where bulk liquid mixing and homogenisation are required, during production and storage.
The equipment can be delivered and installed anywhere in the world and SABER EVANT provides a supervised installation for all the mixing equipment we manufacture.