Hey guys, what are your thoughts on UOP being able to maintain it's market share of new products moving forward? Is the technology from Shell for distillates and hydrocracking a significant threat for UOP if refiners begin adding distillates expansions to their CapEx lists?
Thank you! I was wondering if anyone here would post anything. I'm not discounting Honeywell in the least, but I'm a bit over my head with some of the technical aspects of their processes and equipment. I've been reading as much as I can get my hands on but I am not fluent in the science and engineering aspects.
The refining and petrochemical company that Honeywell has been an 100% owner of since 2005 after buying complete ownership from Union Carbide and Allied Signal Company. You do know Honeywell owns this right?