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NOx control additives continue to reduce emissions (TIA)

Johnson Matthey’s (JM) NoNOx technology, in conjunction with a non-platinum CO promoter like JM’s COP-NP, can reduce NOx emissions below increasingly ...


FCC metals trapping additive trial (TIA)

The Parkland refinery in Burnaby, British Columbia has consistently high levels of feed metals going to the FCC. In the past, high levels of fresh catalyst ...


Greatly increase FCC residue processing through simple steps of additive control (ERTC)

With oncoming challenges of IMO and further gaseous emissions control regulations, it is becoming a challenge for refiners in the European area to stay ...


Automating catalyst withdrawal for improved safety

Catalyst withdrawals can be carried out continuously and reliably, minimising operator risk and maintaining the integrity of withdrawal piping.


SOx and NOx emission abatement in the FCC

The complexities of sulphur and nitrogen species formation in the FCC call for tailor made catalyst additive chemistry to limit formation of polluting ...


Close guard against chloride issues (TIA)

Chloride removal monitoring and maintenance associated with the catalytic reformer unit (CRU) has long been a headache within a refinery.


Simplifying hydrogen production

Catalyst systems developed for the purification and reforming sections of the hydrogen plant target significant barriers to efficient production.