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The Canadian Academy of Engineering has inducted Well’s Vice President, Dr. Keng H. Chung, as a Fellow in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of new technologies in the energy and resource sectors.
Well Resources announced the commissioning of a 300,000 metric tonnes per year (7,500 bbl/d) Ionikylation unit at Sinopec’s Wuhan refinery, which is the world’s first commercial scale revamp from a hydrogen fluoride (HF) based alkylation process.
The Canadian Patent Office has granted a patent to Well Resources for environmentally friendly, non-combustion uses for petroleum asphaltenes. The invention meets the criteria for classification under the federal clean technology category.