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Haldor Topsoe opens office in Indonesia

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Haldor Topsoe has officially opened its office in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Indonesia is an important and fast-growing market with numerous needs and opportunities, the company stated.

There is an expected growth in ammonia to accommodate the need in the fertilizer industry, in methanol production as feedstock for the downstream petrochemical industry, and in DME as the alternative to LPG for household use.

With the upcoming transition of Indonesian fuel legislation into Euro V, catalysts in both existing and new refineries will need to meet current and future fuel specifications with an optimal cost-benefit ratio.

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