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Non oil-based organic chemical production : the Roquette Frères' challenge

Seminar / Training - Non oil-based organic chemical production : the Roquette Frères' challenge
Seminar / Training

By : Ecole de Paris du Management

Date : 2009

Location : France / Paris

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Description :

The use and prospects of polymers and the identification of organic-based molecules to be used in the nutrition/health industry and in the plant-based or 'green' chemical industry

Keywords :

glucose polymers, nutrition industry, health industry, plant-based chemical industry, 'green' chemical industry, sustainable development,

Keywords inside documents :

paris ,industry ,energy ,micro ,roquette ,chemical ,based ,chimie ,pétrole ,products ,starch ,produits ,école ,plant ,biomass ,énergie ,management ,biomasse ,pétrochimie ,petrochemical

Product/ documentation details
Compte-Rendu du séminaire "La chimie organique sans pétrole : le défi de Roquette Frères"

Company Description : Le rapport inclut un compte-rendu de l'intervention et de la session de Questions/Réponses. (12 pages)

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Élisabeth BOURGUINAT

PDF 12p

Languages : French

Roquette Frères was originally a company which manufactured starch for the textile industry. Today it employs 6,000 people, has a turnover of 2.5 billion Euros, and has a presence in about one hundred countries. Roquette produces glucose polymers from potatoes, wheat, maize and peas.

 

These polymers may be used in both the nutrition/health industry and in the plant-based or 'green' chemical industry. With the depletion of fossil resources, the prospects for the biomass-based organic chemical industry - which will gradually replace the petrochemical industry - are huge. The most important factor is to identify correctly the molecules which are likely to be the first to 'change over' from the petrochemical industry to the organic-based chemical industry, by taking into consideration technical, functional and economic factors.

 

However, Marc Roquette is already looking even further into the future : in 2100, and provided that energy is abundant and cheap (as is predicted by thermonuclear energy), it will perhaps be micro algae which will produce a large part of our plastics… and even comprise what we eat.


About the speaker: Marc ROQUETTE


Graduate of EDHEC, president of Roquette Frères since 2004, member of the Académie des Technologies.

 

Presentation by Marc ROQUETTE followed by a Q&A session.

 

The document is a report of the speaker presentation and the Q&A Session.

 

Compte-Rendu du séminaire "La chimie organique sans pétrole : le défi de Roquette Frères"

Company Description : Le rapport inclut un compte-rendu de l'intervention et de la session de Questions/Réponses. (12 pages)

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Élisabeth BOURGUINAT

PDF 12p

Languages : French

Report from "Non oil-based organic chemical production : the Roquette Frères' challenge" Seminar

Company Description : The document is a report of the speaker presentation and the Q&A Session. (11 pages)

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : written by Élisabeth BOURGUINAT and translated by Rachel MARLI

PDF 11p

Languages : English

Organizer : Ecole de Paris du Management

The École de Paris du management was created in 1993. Under its auspices, researchers and professionals talk about subjects which open the way for discussion ensuring a high quality of oral and written work. Although short-term concerns are the basis for these exchanges, the approach adopted reflects long-term issues. These include helping change the views which researchers, participants and public opinion have of the way in which private and public affairs are conducted