In Cepsa's Technological Development and Engineering department we work across the areas of research, development, and the construction of new projects to meet the needs of our company.
We developed an infrastructure inspection system with robotic technology. The objective is to apply more advanced inspection techniques that allow us to know in detail the state of the infrastructures.
Cepsa has installed a new reactor, with the aim of extending the life of the catalyst while also increasing the period between maintenance shutdowns from 18 months to 36
Hydrocracking units break products down into lighter weight products. This will help us to optimize the production of mid distillates, such as marine diesels and other diesels that have a higher added value, compared to other heavy diesel products.
Development of immunoreactives and biosensors for the analysis of tracers in oilfields.
Thanks to more efficiente engines in the pumps we have achieved important energy savings in the Unifining unit or the paraffings plant at Cepsa`s Puente Mayorga chemicals plant.
The Unloading Management Terminal is a system that oversees fuel truck drivers when they unload liquid fuels at service stations, or other fuel storage facilities.
Starting up the second metaxylene unit at Cepsa’s site in San Roque.
Elimination of colum E-5105 in line 2 fractionation project.
We construct and start up a natural fatty alcohols plant in Dumai on the island of Sumatra to produce the raw materials for detergents, cosmetics, and personal care products, among others.
Construction of a chemicals plant in Shanghai to position the company as the world's leading producer of cumene and the second in phenol and acetone.
We develop the installations and start up the BMS (Bir El Msana) oilfield in the Algerian desert.
We use IWH technology to increase the production capacity at the Ourhoud field, which boosts water treatment and its reinjection into the field