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Catalysts and Technology Licensing  

ExxonMobil helps refiners and petrochemical manufacturers increase capacity, lower costs, improve margins, and operate safe, reliable and efficient facilities. In our commitment to helping customers implement best practices and achieve better results, we provide cutting-edge proprietary catalysts and license advantaged process technologies for refining, gas and chemical needs.

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Chemical

Innovation and expertise across a wide range of manufacturing processes.

Gas

Cost effective, low-risk solutions for gas cleanup and production.

  • Gas treating (FLEXSORB™)

    Gas treating engineers

    Our gas treating technology enables customers to process sour gas streams while helping to meet stringent emission regulations and sulfur recovery objectives. It provides a cost-effective way of meeting final product specifications.

  • Synthetic fuels (Methanol to gasoline)

    Synthetic fuels

    Our methanol-to-gasoline synthesis converts methanol to gasoline and minimizes logistical complexity. The liquid product has virtually no sulfur and can be used as is or blended.


Refining

Higher product yields and higher-value end products across fuel and lubes production.

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    ExxonMobil Catalysts and Licensing

    In our commitment to helping customers implement best practices and achieve better results, we provide cutting-edge proprietary catalysts and license advantaged process technologies for refining, gas and chemical needs.

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    How ExxonMobil Catalysts and Technology Licensing solves shared challenges through expertise, specialty catalysts, technology licensing and collaboration.

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