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  • factsheet on the use of palm (kernel) oils in detergents

    FACTSHEET ON THE USE OF PALM (KERNEL) OILS IN DETERGENTS

    Renewable raw materials for surfactant production can be: palm kernel oil, palm oil or coconut oil as well as other vegetable oils, animal fats but also sugar. 3/11 . Based on the total volume of 184,000 tonnes of surfactants. 2 that were used in 2015 in

  • palm oil developments 70 (june 2019) p. 4-8 recent

    Palm Oil Developments 70 (June 2019) p. 4-8 Recent

    palm oil and palm kernel oil, depending on the desired fatty acid chain length. On the other hand, sugars that can be used as feedstock include monosaccharides such as glucose, fructose and Recent Development in Enzymatic Production of Palm-based Sugar Esters as Bio-based Surfactants Arniza Mohd Zan*; Hoong Seng Soi* and Nik Siti Mariam Nek Mat

  • palm oil based surfactant products for petroleum industry

    Palm oil based surfactant products for petroleum industry

    Palm oil-based surfactant is one of the potential alternatives for this. Various types of derivative products of palm oil-based surfactant have been developed by SBRC IPB to be used in handling problems including surfactant flooding, well stimulation, asphaltene dissolver, well cleaning, and wax removal found in oil and gas industry.

  • application of palm-based surfactants to liquid detergent

    Application of Palm-based Surfactants to Liquid Detergent

    -Development in the Palm Oleo Chemical Industry- Application of Palm-based Surfactants to Liquid Detergent for Sustainable Growth in the Asian Market LION Corporation Masanori Nikaido. PALM OIL TRADE FAIR AND SEMINAR. 2014 KUALA LUMPUR 1 . First, I would like to thank the organizers for the opportunity to present our research at POTS seminar .

  • soaps & surfactants | cargill

    Soaps & Surfactants | Cargill

    Again, our lauric oil products are key raw materials in their production. Soap: Bar soap made by traditional methods uses vegetable oils as a starting point; palm oil and palm kernel or coconut oil are blended in a ratio of about 4:1 and then converted to soap by the addition of caustic soda and water. Natural liquid hand soaps are made by

  • characterizations of surfactant synthesized from palm oil

    Characterizations of surfactant synthesized from palm oil

    Fig. 5 shows the gas chromatogram of the surfactant synthesized from palm oil. The purity of the final product is obtained at ≥76%. The surfactant synthesized from palm oil is a mixture of various fatty acid ethyl esters, which is confirmed by GC analysis.

  • water-in-oil emulsion of palm biodiesel

    WATER-IN-OIL EMULSION OF PALM BIODIESEL

    the production of water-in-oil emulsion of palm biodiesel. Based from the observation, PEG dipolyhydroxystearate, P3, was the most suitable emulsifier to stabilize the palm biodiesel water-in-oil (W/O) emulsion system (Figure 1). Therefore, P3 was selected as the emulsifier for further research. Effects of Water Content on the Stability of the

  • fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials*

    Fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials*

    Fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials* Karlheinz Hill Cognis Deutschland GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany Special attention must be given to coconut oil and palm kernel oil (lauric oils) Table 1 Surfactant production in western Europe (1000 t) [7b]. Surfactant class 1995 1996

  • different palm oil production systems for energy purposes

    Different palm oil production systems for energy purposes

    Different palm oil production systems for energy purposes and their greenhouse gas implications. (PKO), which can then be used for surfactant production, and palm kernel expeller (PKE), which is used as animal feed and is assumed to replace soy meal. It is assumed that PKO is a feedstock in the surfactant production of alcohol ethoxylates

  • indonesian oil, gas community introduces palm oil surfactant

    Indonesian oil, gas community introduces palm oil surfactant

    Bogor, W Java (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian Oil and Gas Community introduced palm-based surfactant to increase the production of Enhance Oil Recovery (EOR) at a meeting with stakeholders here Wednesday (Dec 11). Community chairman Herry Putranto said the use of palm-based surfactant which is the

  • comparison of oleo- vs petro-sourcing of fatty alcohols

    Comparison of Oleo- vs Petro-Sourcing of Fatty Alcohols

    PKO is a co-product of palm oil production from the palm fruits produced as 10–40 kg Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFB) on the palm trees . The growing of these trees (and, hence, the production of palm fruits) require the transformation of land for palm plantations initially, and then occupation of this land .

  • petition · stop the use of palm oil as it harms people

    Petition · Stop the use of palm oil as it harms people

    Palm oil is a cheap oil used in many food products and toiletries. In fact over 50% of a products in American supermarkets include it. Some companies claim it enhances their products, saying they wouldn't be the same without them. But palm oil production is destructive. It has been linked to

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    formula in oil well stimulation process. High oil production in Indonesia led to the abundant availability of raw materials, where the palm oil plantations in 2015 are 11 million ha with a total production of 31.3 million tonnes [2]. Due to the reasons, palm oil-based surfactant is necessary to be developed.

  • physico-chemical properties, fatty acid profile and

    Physico-chemical properties, fatty acid profile and

    2006, however, palm oil production surpassed soybean oil production for the first time, and by 2011, world production of palm oil amounted to 48.6 million tonnes, compared to 41.6 million tonnes of soybean oil. Today, Indonesia is the world’s largest producer of palm oil, with Malaysia coming in at a close second (Table 1) [16].

  • palm oil based surfactant products for petroleum industry

    Palm oil based surfactant products for petroleum industry

    Palm oil-based surfactant is one of the potential alternatives for this. Various types of derivative products of palm oil-based surfactant have been developed by SBRC IPB to be used in handling problems including surfactant flooding, well stimulation, asphaltene dissolver, well cleaning, and wax removal found in oil and gas industry.

  • fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials*

    Fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials*

    Fats and oils as oleochemical raw materials* Karlheinz Hill Cognis Deutschland GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany Special attention must be given to coconut oil and palm kernel oil (lauric oils) Table 1 Surfactant production in western Europe (1000 t) [7b]. Surfactant class 1995 1996

  • effect of surfactant and oil type on size droplets of

    Effect of Surfactant and Oil Type on Size Droplets of

    nanoemulsion based on peanut oil and different types of natural and synthetic surfactants (Pardo and McClements, 2014) and production of nanoemulsion by the application a model system (hexadecane as the oil phase, Brig 30 as non-ionic surfactant) (Komaiko and McClements, 2014). A variety of different oils and surfactants may be used to form

  • biosurfactant production from palm oil mill effluent (pome

    Biosurfactant production from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME

    Biosurfactant production from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) for applications as oil field chemical in Nigeria. Isolation and comparison of biosurfactants produced by Bacillus subtilis PT2 and Pseudomonas aeruginosa SP4 for microbial surfactant-enhanced oil recovery. Biochem. Eng. J. 42: 172 – 179.

  • palm oil based surfactant products for petroleum industry

    Palm oil based surfactant products for petroleum industry

    Palm oil-based surfactant is one of the potential alternatives for this. Various types of derivative products of palm oil-based surfactant have been developed by SBRC IPB to be used in handling problems including surfactant flooding, well stimulation, asphaltene dissolver, well cleaning, and wax removal found in oil and gas industry.

  • palm oil market analysis - forecasts to 2025 by derivative

    Palm Oil Market Analysis - Forecasts to 2025 By Derivative

    The global palm oil market analysis report has been studied from the year 2016 till 2025. However, the CAGR provided in the report is from 2017 to 2025. lubricants and surfactants have also contributed to palm oil demand. Industry competitors are adopting strategies to increase their production base and gain a significant share in the

  • palm oil as feedstock for oleochemicals

    Palm oil as feedstock for Oleochemicals

    introduced rubber and oil palm in Malaysia. • Golden Hope Plantations, previously named Harrisons & Crosfield when founded in 1844, was a major oil palm plantation player in Malaysia. • Kumpulan Sime Darby, founded in 1910 by British businessmen William Sime and Henry Darby, and grew into a diversified multinational.

  • effect of surfactant and surfactant blends on

    Effect of surfactant and surfactant blends on

    Methods: Nonionic surfactant blends of Tween ® and Tween ® /Span ® series were screened based on their solubilization capacity with water for palm kernel oil esters. Tween ® 80 and five blends of Tween ® 80/Span ® 80 and Tween ® 80/Span ® 85 in the hydrophilic-lipophilic balance (HLB) value range of 10.7–14.0 were selected to study the phase diagram behavior of palm kernel oil esters

  • bio-based anionic surfactants

    Bio-Based Anionic Surfactants

    alcohols to the final MES and AES surfactants. Reaction chemistry and MES and AES production processes are reviewed next. We then develop the process economics of integrated plants for the production of two bio-based anionic surfactants: • Solid MES (86.3% active matter) from C 16 palm oil methyl ester feedstock by sulfonation with gaseous SO

  • soybean-based surfactants and their applications

    Soybean-based Surfactants and Their Applications

    The substitution of the use of seed oils for surfactant production would lead to a significant reduction in surfactant-associated CO2 emissions [Patel, 2004]. Therefore, it is expected that the production of seed oil-based surfactants will continuously increase and that surfactants with novel an d improved properties will be developed.

  • effect of surfactant and oil type on size droplets of

    Effect of Surfactant and Oil Type on Size Droplets of

    nanoemulsion based on peanut oil and different types of natural and synthetic surfactants (Pardo and McClements, 2014) and production of nanoemulsion by the application a model system (hexadecane as the oil phase, Brig 30 as non-ionic surfactant) (Komaiko and McClements, 2014). A variety of different oils and surfactants may be used to form

  • indonesian oil, gas community introduces palm oil surfactant

    Indonesian oil, gas community introduces palm oil surfactant

    Bogor, W Java (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian Oil and Gas Community introduced palm-based surfactant to increase the production of Enhance Oil Recovery (EOR) at a meeting with stakeholders here Wednesday (Dec 11). Community chairman Herry Putranto said the use of palm-based surfactant which is the

  • palm oil market analysis - forecasts to 2025 by derivative

    Palm Oil Market Analysis - Forecasts to 2025 By Derivative

    The global palm oil market analysis report has been studied from the year 2016 till 2025. However, the CAGR provided in the report is from 2017 to 2025. lubricants and surfactants have also contributed to palm oil demand. Industry competitors are adopting strategies to increase their production base and gain a significant share in the

  • basf presents broad portfolio of surfactants at cesio

    BASF presents broad portfolio of surfactants at CESIO

    Surfactants based on certified sustainable palm oil and palm kernel oil BASF actively supports the use of palm oil and palm kernel oil from sustainable, certified sources. The company offers a diverse portfolio of surfactants from certified sustainable palm oil and palm kernel oil for the European home care and personal care industry.

  • soybean-based surfactants and their applications

    Soybean-based Surfactants and Their Applications

    The substitution of the use of seed oils for surfactant production would lead to a significant reduction in surfactant-associated CO2 emissions [Patel, 2004]. Therefore, it is expected that the production of seed oil-based surfactants will continuously increase and that surfactants with novel an d improved properties will be developed.

  • global palm oil market - industry statistics analysis and

    Global Palm Oil Market - Industry Statistics Analysis and

    Global Palm Oil market surveys into a report for research of the marketplace presenting the most recent trade in the market. It predicts the market growth in the perspective and coming years. The report evaluates different perspectives determining the market extensions and additionally the volume of the Palm Oil market. It features the competitive business […]

  • palm oil usage worldwide 2019/2020 | statista

    Palm oil usage worldwide 2019/2020 | Statista

    This statistic shows the palm oil consumption worldwide from 2015/2016 to 2019/2020. In 2018/2019, the palm oil usage amounted to over 2.5 million metric tons worldwide

  • bio-based anionic surfactants

    Bio-Based Anionic Surfactants

    alcohols to the final MES and AES surfactants. Reaction chemistry and MES and AES production processes are reviewed next. We then develop the process economics of integrated plants for the production of two bio-based anionic surfactants: • Solid MES (86.3% active matter) from C 16 palm oil methyl ester feedstock by sulfonation with gaseous SO

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