H Sulphur Licences Shell Thiogro Technology
Mar 5, 2018
H Sulphur Corporation has officially announced the official signing of its license agreement with Shell for its Shell Thiogro Technology.
Top row, from left to right: Jason O’Brien, Shell Thiogro Technical Services Manager; Rafael Garcia, Shell Thiogro Technical Implementation Manager; Andrew Ghim, Senior Advisor H Sulphur Corp; Richard Han (Han Minsu), GM International Sales H Sulphur Corp; Steven Sutanto, Sandvik Process Systems Regional Sales Manager Asia-Pacific Seated, left to right: Yew Chong Tan, Shell Sulphur Solutions Global Business Development Manager; David Fillo, Shell Thiogro Global Business Manager; Yoo YoonChul, Chairman H Sulphur Corp; Sean Yoo (Yoo SunKyung), CEO H Sulphur Corp
H Sulphur’s facility in Ulsan, South Korea
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Shell Thiogro Technology will enable H Sulphur to produce a highly concentrated sulphur enhanced fertiliser for use on a variety of crops across the globe. The product uses Shell Thiogro’s Urea-ES technology, a patented process to suspend micronised elemental sulphur in a matrix of urea. The technology will be installed at H Sulphur’s facility in Ulsan, South Korea, and will be produced on the Sandvik Rotoformer System.
“This new high sulphur (75% S) fertiliser will allow H Sulphur to diversify its product portfolio by offering a sulphur source that is available throughout the crop cycle. As a manufacturer with over 38 years of experience in a diverse range of sulphur based products, we know from our experience that this new product will make a significant impact in the sulphur-enhanced fertiliser industry over a relatively short period of time,” said Yoo YoonChul, Chairman H Sulphur Corp. “With the launch of this new product, H Sulphur Corp is now ready to face the challenges of the future.”
“We were deeply impressed by Shell’s corporate philosophy of Safety First and emphasis on teamwork. We learned a lot from Shell’s global team who listened to our concerns and took a collaborative approach to finding solutions,” said Sean Yoo, CEO of H Sulphur Corp.
As a global leader in innovation, Shell is committed to offering more and cleaner energy solutions to our ever-growing population. “In the coming years the world will be faced with challenges in Energy, Food and Water. Shell is actively providing solutions to address these challenges” said Jason Wong, Vice President of Global Shell Bitumen and Sulphur. “Enabled by Shell Thiogro, H Sulphur will produce a high Sulphur Urea-ES fertiliser which will help resolve global food challenges through increased crop yields, improving the lives and profitability of agricultural communities around the world. Through strong collaboration, H Sulphur and Shell can sustainably respond to the demands of a dynamic and fast changing world.”
The technology is expected to be commissioned in late 2018.
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Shell Thiogro technologies help to enable fertiliser producers to safely incorporate micron-sized particles of elemental sulphur into the world’s most widely-used fertilisers, including MAP, DAP, TSP and urea. The fine elemental sulphur particle size promotes the oxidation of the sulphur within the crop season. Shell Thiogro technologies have been licensed and installed in fertiliser plants in Asia, North America and Australia. Shell Thiogro is part of Shell Sulphur Solutions, Shell’s dedicated business for managing the complete sulphur value chain.
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