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Catalyst technologies for improved FCC yields

Boron based nickel passivation enables refiners to reduce contaminant hydrogen and coke production and improve FCC yields.


Maximising FCC performance and yields with catalyst innovations (ERTC)

BASF analyses equilibrium catalyst (Ecat) and operating data from over 200 units worldwide. These data provide valuable information on refinery conditions ...


Lessons from FCC history

Detailed catalyst data collected over 15 years reveal shifts in FCC yields in response to changing market conditions, and provide a marker for future unit ...


Catalyst trial for maximum conversion FCC (TIA)

Fluidised catalytic cracking (FCC) catalyst technology is continuously innovating, with suppliers introducing a couple of new catalyst technologies to ...


An alternative to rare earth elements in FCC catalysts - the use of Phinesse at Shell Sarnia

Rare earth (RE) elements have been utilised since the 1960s to stabilise Y-zeolites used in Fluidized Catalytic Cracking (FCC) catalysts. Of the RE elements, ...


FCC catalyst lowers dry gas and improves yield (TIA)

Trials with BASF’s Boron Based Technology (BBT) catalyst platform demonstrated higher flexibility and profitability for refiners processing resid feeds ...


Continuous innovation for residue FCC catalyst technology

Although Tight Oil has captured the attention of the world and changed the landscape of North American refining, resid type feeds continue to play a key ...