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  • Calderería Pesada will manufacture 7 reactors for CEPSA’s new biofuel plant.
    édité le 12/04/2024 - Plus de news de "DURO FELGUERA" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "DURO FELGUERA"


Calderería Pesada will manufacture 7 reactors for CEPSA’s new biofuel plant.
This project reinforces Duro Felguera’s role as a major player in the energy transition and decarbonisation process, by placing its experience and capacity at the service of the energy and industrial sector in its transformation towards a more sustainable world.

CEPSA Bioenergía San Roque SL has awarded Duro Felguera Calderería Pesada a contract to manufacture 7 reactors for its new biofuel refinery complex at the La Rábida energy park in Palos de la Frontera, Huelva.

The reactors are between 2 and 4m in diameter, up to 30m long, with wall thicknesses of more than 100mm and weights of up to 480 tonnes. They are designed in low alloy materials, with high nickel content and stainless steel interior coatings.

The project includes the mechanical design of the equipment, its complete manufacture in the workshop, tests and trials, and transport to CEPSA’s new green refinery in La Rábida, Huelva, which will manufacture second-generation biofuels from organic waste, such as used cooking oils or agricultural waste, thus promoting the circular economy. The new plant will produce sustainable fuels for aviation, maritime and land transport, reducing CO2 emissions by up to 90%. This project reinforces Duro Felguera’s role as a major player in the energy transition and decarbonisation process, by putting its experience and capacity at the service of the transformation process of the energy and industrial sector with the aim of achieving a more sustainable world, with productive activities that respect our environment.

About Duro Felguera

Duro Felguera is a company specializing in executing turnkey projects for the energy, industrial and Oil & Gas sectors; it is also well-known as a supplier of specialized services for industries and as an expert manufacturer of capital goods.

With over 150 years' experience in industrial activities, DF is currently engaged in carrying out integrated projects for the construction of all kinds of power generation plants, mineral treatment and bulk-handling facilities, fuel storage plants and other facilities and installations for the Oil & Gas industry. The company executes all the processes required for the successful completion of the projects: engineering, supply, erection, commissioning, operation and maintenance.

About Cepsa

Cepsa is a leading international company committed to sustainable mobility and energy with a solid technical experience after more than 90 years of activity. The company also has a world-leading chemicals business with increasingly sustainable operations.
In 2022, Cepsa presented its new strategic plan for 2030, Positive Motion, which projects its ambition to be a leader in sustainable mobility, biofuels, and green hydrogen in Spain and Portugal, and to become a benchmark in the energy transition. The company places customers at the heart of its business and will work with them to help them advance their decarbonization objectives.
ESG criteria inspire all of Cepsa's actions as it advances toward its net positive objective. Over the course of this decade, it will reduce our Scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions by 55% and the carbon intensity index of our products by 15-20%, with the goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050.


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