Haldor Topsoe has great expectations for NOx market

Catalyst manufacturer Haldor Topsoe eyes a significant potential in the market for NOx catalysts for ships, and the company - in spite of a large degree of uncertainty - still believes that the new rules will be implemented in 2016.

Tighter requirements for ship emissions these years have made shipping CEO's frown deeply. At Danish catalyst manufacturer Haldor Topsoe, the frowns have been replaced wide smiles and a confidence that the new regulations for shipping's nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions will still come into force by 2016, even though Russia and several other countries are trying to postpone the regulations to 2021.

The catalysts could very well become a solid business for the company, which currently supplies catalysts for customers that include oil refineries and power plants, where the catalysts are used in relation to smoke cleaning.

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