Lower-Carbon Future

VIDEO: The path to a lower-carbon future

We believe that the path to future lower-carbon energy must be accompanied with advancements and innovations in materials.

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The production of new lower-carbon energy technologies requires the production of innovative new materials, including: 



to manufacture solar panels



to create ultra-efficient hydrogen fuel cells



as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries


carbon fiber

for wind turbine blades


As the world’s population grows, so does the demand for materials.


To produce the chemicals needed for these materials, we work on exploring methods to convert hydrocarbons into petrochemicals like polymers 


and the potential of using captured CO2 to produce carbon-based materials 


enabling us to help meet the demand for durable advanced materials with lower life-cycle emissions.


We aim to continue contributing to the materials transition to help ensure a balanced and orderly energy transition.


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