Honeywell Showcases its Energy Solutions at ADIPEC 2022
Honeywell will showcase its latest technologies at Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2022 that are designed to help enable a sustainable energy transition.
Technologies being presented by Honeywell include carbon capture and hydrogen production, refining solutions for sustainable aviation fuel and renewable diesel, energy storage systems, emission monitoring systems and the company’s latest advanced plastics recycling technology.
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Honeywell is a sponsor of this year’s ADIPEC Decarbonization Zone, and during the event the company will hold a series of roundtables and speaker sessions to present thought and technical leadership and drive further discussion on decarbonization solutions for the energy sector.
Mohammed Mohaisen, president and CEO of Honeywell, said: “Supporting ADIPEC’s focus this year of sustainable energy future, we look forward to engaging with key regional partners on the deployment of innovative solutions to sustainably transition the energy sector."
Honeywell is a world leader in sustainability-related innovation, combining this capability with a long legacy in technology for the digitalization of industries as part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
While pursuing its own goal of becoming carbon neutral across its operations and facilities by 2035, Honeywell is supporting similar sustainability initiatives declared by regional governments including the UAE and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
At this year’s ADIPEC Honeywell will highlight its portfolio of carbon capture and hydrogen production technologies.
Honeywell’s presence at this year’s ADIPEC will reflect the company’s latest agreements and partnerships that are supporting the automation, digitalization, and operational efficiency of the region’s energy sector.
ADIPEC is hosted by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and will take place from Oct 31-Nov 3 2022 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).
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