Axens

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    Axens is a company providing technologies, catalysts, adsorbents, and services.  It offers products for the conversion of oil and biomass, production and purification of major petrochemical intermediates. The company serves the refining, petrochemical, gas, and alternative fuels industries.

    TypePrivate
    Founded2001
    HQRueil-Malmaison, FR
    Websiteaxens.net
    Employee Ratings4.3

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jan 2022)1,288
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    Key People/Management at Axens

    Pierre Beccat

    Pierre Beccat

    Executive Vice President Technology, Development & Innovation
    Jean Sentenac

    Jean Sentenac

    CEO & Chairman of the Board
    Eric Benazzi

    Eric Benazzi

    Vice President Marketing & External Communications
    Olivier Blatter

    Olivier Blatter

    Executive Vice President Finance, IT & Purchasing
    Michel Bloch

    Michel Bloch

    Vice President Mergers & Acquisitions
    Joseph Ibrahim

    Joseph Ibrahim

    Managing Director
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    Axens Office Locations

    Axens has offices in Rueil-Malmaison, Salindres, Solaize, Belmont and in 12 other locations
    Rueil-Malmaison, FR (HQ)
    89 Boulevard Franklin Roosevelt
    Salindres, FR
    Avenue Jean Moulin
    Solaize, FR
    Rond-point de l'échangeur de Solaize
    Seef, BH
    Almoayyed Tower, 2504 Rd No. 2832
    Brockville, CA
    4000 Development Dr
    New Delhi, IN
    Office No: 1 to 8, S-1, Ground Floor, American Plaza, Block F
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    Axens Financials and Metrics

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    2001

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    Axens News and Updates

    Gevo and Axens Ink Alliance for Ethanol-to-Jet Technology and Sustainable Aviation Fuel Commercial Project Development

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Oct. 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gevo, Inc. (NASDAQ: GEVO) and Axens North America, Inc. (Axens) have entered into an agreement that establishes a strategic alliance aimed at accelerating the commercialization of sustainable ethanol-to-jet (ETJ) projects in the United States. As…

    Aemetis Selects Axens Vegan Technology for Its Carbon Zero Project in Riverbank, California for the Production of Renewable Diesel and Sustainable Aviation Fuel

    CUPERTINO, CA - (NewMediaWire) - April 22, 2021 - Aemetis, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMTX), a leading producer of below zero carbon intensity dairy Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) and developer of the “Carbon Zero” renewable jet/diesel biorefineries using negative carbon intensity cellulosic hydrogen, announce…

    Worldwide Catalyst Fertilizer Industry to 2027 - Featuring Quality Magnetite, QuantumSphere & Axens Among Others

    DUBLIN, Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Catalyst Fertilizer Market Forecast to 2027 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Production Process; Metal Group; Application" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. According to this report the market was valued at...

    Axens Blogs

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    Maximizing the Production and the Transformation of Aromatics

    A Crude-to-Chemicals (CTC) conversion block maximizes Heavy Naphtha (HN) production for the aromatics block (figure below) of a petrochemical complex.  

    Targeting the Highly Coveted Olefins

    In order to optimize the Olefins Block in Crude-to-Chemicals Complexes,  two main routes to produce olefins are generally considered:

    Two Conversion Routes to Maximize the Economic Returns of a Crude-to-Chemicals Project

    Depending on a targeted olefins or aromatics production, two main pathways can be identified: the Resid Conversion to Olefins, and the Resid Conversion to Naphtha.

    Recommended Process Routes for Maximized Oil Conversion to Aromatics and Olefins

    The refining industry has evolved over time in order to adapt to the market trends. In order to maximize chemicals yield, they have no choice but to increase the conversion yield. This can be achieved by building the right configuration involving advanced integrated complex schemes.   …
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    Axens Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Axens founded?

      Axens was founded in 2001.

    • Who are Axens key executives?

      Axens's key executives are Pierre Beccat, Jean Sentenac and Eric Benazzi.

    • How many employees does Axens have?

      Axens has 1,288 employees.

    • Who are Axens competitors?

      Competitors of Axens include Honeywell UOP, Marc Nelson Oil Products and Greenjoules.

    • Where is Axens headquarters?

      Axens headquarters is located at 89 Boulevard Franklin Roosevelt, Rueil-Malmaison.

    • Where are Axens offices?

      Axens has offices in Rueil-Malmaison, Salindres, Solaize, Belmont and in 12 other locations.

    • How many offices does Axens have?

      Axens has 17 offices.