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Haldor Topsoe digital solution operational at Fatima ammonia plant

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Pakistani fertilizer company Fatima has implemented Haldor Topsoe’s digital solution ClearView™ at their 1650 tpd ammonia facility in Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan.

ClearView is a connected service solution that aims to improve plant KPIs such as production, operating cost, energy consumption, COemissions and uptime.

“Digitalisation is important in the strategic goals of both Topsoe and Fatima Group. It is a pleasure to collaborate with Topsoe, who is a great trusted partner, to jointly pursue our goals. Fatima remains committed to actively collaborate on the on-going development of the amazing tool and also other fields of common interests,” said Fawad A Mukhtar, CEO Fatima Group.

ClearView uses an online simulation of the actual performance of for instance an ammonia, hydrogen, or methanol plant to reveal performance variations that can be optimised. In many instances, plant performance deviates from what is immediately visible to the plant operator which can lead to unrecognised inefficiencies.

“We are very satisfied working together with Fatima on introducing this new connected service solution to improve performance. When we monitor the plants with ClearView, we achieve a new level of detailed insights that enable our customers to optimise productivity on different parameters. For now, our customers are within ammonia and our sulfur emissions solution, WSA. But since ClearView can be applied to all our technologies, our medium-term vision is to make digital performance optimisation a part of all our technology offerings,” said Amy Hebert, Chief Commercial Officer at Topsoe.

ClearView is currently being installed at four ammonia plants and two wet gas sulfuric acid plants (WSA).

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