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The latest news, events and reports from Nynas process oils.

  • From H2O to H2 Carbon Zero

    Green hydrogen is being eyed as key in the global push towards a more sustainable energy future. However, its widespread adoption depends on overcoming technological and economic challenges.

  • Reflections on carbon capture and storage

    Three experts, including Nynas Sustainability Manager Dr. Tallal Belkheiri, discuss the potential of technologies for capturing carbon dioxide generated by burning fossil fuels before it is released into the atmosphere.

  • Industry gatherings

    An important forum for spreading knowledge about our products and ongoing research and development work are the various industry events held around the world.

  • Nynas supports academic studies in Türkiye

    Throughout the world, Nynas has a longstanding tradition of collaboration with institutions of higher education. In Türkiye, our General Manager now teaches classes at two of the country’s most prestigious universities.

  • Becoming sustainable

    Nynas highly refined oils contribute to longer product lifetime together with an enhanced technical and environmental performance for end users. Our sustainability work encompasses all aspects of our operations, and we are committed to lowering our own environmental impact, with the aim of becoming climate-neutral by 2050.

  • Nynas experts lecture at KTH

    Nynas traditionally maintains a close partnership with universities and higher education institutions. An illustrative example of this is the lecture on the oil industry held for students at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

  • Brains of Nynas: Sibala Libish Kumar

    Sibala Libish Kumar has worked in the industry since 2007 in various customer-facing roles. As a Customer Service Specialist at Nynas, her duties include ensuring the customer service team remains abreast of all processes and that the ongoing digitalisation aligns with the company's goals and objectives. Find out what's on her mind.

  • Getting the scope of it

    As the need to cut emissions of greenhouse gas is becoming more urgent, companies must look beyond their direct climate impact. From 2025, organisations that operate in Europe will be required to report their indirect – so-called Scope 3 – emissions.

  • 95 years and still going strong

    After nearly a century in the market, Nynas is actively developing new, forward-looking, customer-centric solutions to contribute to performance and sustainable development. The distinctive entrepreneurial spirit that characterised the company's founders continues unabated.

  • The Brains of Nynas: Tallal Belkheiri

    With a solid R&D background in process technology, Tallal Belkheiri's work as Nynas Sustainability Manager involves developing sustainable technological solutions. Find out what's on his mind.

  • Environmental responsibility at sea

    A new ship currently under construction will provide a modern, fuel-efficient platform to transport Nynas products in a cost-effective manner and support the transition to a sustainable company.

  • Join us at FEICA

    Join us in Tarragona for the FEICA European Adhesive & Sealant Conference and EXPO on 13 – 15 September.

  • The future of transportation

    Three industry experts reflect on how technology, geopolitics, sustainability and other factors will affect the movement of people and goods in the future.

  • The Brains of Nynas: Alistair Meyer

    Alistair Meyer is Nynas Regional Sales Director. Essentially, this means that he operates globally, with responsibility for our naphthenics business in the Americas, APAC, Central Europe, Turkey, Middle East, Africa and India. Find out what’s on his mind.

  • Supporting food production

    As the world’s food supply is coming under increasing pressure, efficient and sustainable farming is more important than ever. Nynas supplies a wide array of products to the agriculture industry, with applications ranging from fertiliser coatings to the hydraulic systems of tractors and other farming equipment.

  • Reflections on the European market

    War, energy shortages, disrupted supply chains, re-allocation of demand and inflation are putting pressure on European markets. Three experts discuss how European companies should approach the future.

  • At the heart of the action

    Nynas has traditionally played an active role in connection with international gatherings. The pandemic made this important sharing of knowledge difficult, despite digital seminars and conferences, but the situation has now started to normalise once more.

  • Nynas BIO products now ISCC Plus certified

    Nynas has received ISCC Plus certification for the biobased products NYTRO BIO 300X and NYTEX BIO 6200.

  • The Brains of Nynas: Elena Minchak

    Elena is Research Manager at Nynas Naphthenics, responsible for planning and performing research activities to increase knowledge in areas of strategic importance for Nynas. Find out what's on her mind.

  • Nynas recognized for sustainability

    Nynas has received the EcoVadis Gold Sustainability rating, this puts the company in the top group of its category for sustainability performance.

  • Reflections on biodegradability

    How do we assess biodegradability? Why is it important to separate between bio-based and biodegradable? And how does biodegradability fit into the concept of sustainability? Three experts share their thoughts.

  • Time to go circular

    More than simply recycling, circular economy is about capturing a larger part of the value that is typically lost in our traditional linear economic model. For Nynas, a circular approach is one of the things that separates us from regular oil companies.

  • Study reveals how Nynas naphthenic specialty oils can improve fertilisers

    Nynas has released the findings of a new study showing how fertiliser coatings can be significantly improved with the use of NYTEX® and NYFLEX® naphthenic oils.

  • Nynas in top 1 % for sustainability

    Nynas has received the coveted EcoVadis Platinum CSR rating, this puts the company in the top 1% for sustainability performance.

  • NYTEX® black oils – a safe alternative to creosote in wood treatment

    Creosote is a category of carbonaceous chemicals that has been used as a wood preservative since the 19th century. However, as it is a toxic and carcinogenic substance, there are good reasons to look for other options.

  • Time to reformulate as Group I departs

    The long-term trend of a reduced supply of Group I oils is accelerating. It is now time for formulators to consider Group I replacements for applications such as industrial lubricants, metalworking fluids and process oil. Nynas’ NYBASE® range is engineered for this very purpose.

  • Achieving excellence through research and development

    The Nynas research team plays an essential role in the success of the company’s naphthenic oil business, as its experts collaborate and strive to develop high-quality, sustainable products.

  • Booming demand for NYFLEX® 223

    By quickly adapting production, Nynas was able to meet an increase in demand resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Nynas launches NYTEX® 8022, a highly versatile process oil

    NYTEX® 8022 is the latest addition to the Nynas portfolio of process oils. Thanks to its properties, this grade is able to maximize performance in a variety of process oil applications.

  • Reflections on creating a safety culture

    Safety is a top priority for manufacturing companies. Here three experts share insights on how to ensure a safe operation and avoid high-consequence accidents.

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