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  • The power of ISOMALK

    Russia's Krasnodar based joint stock company scientific industrial enterprise (JSC SIE) Neftehim, introducing its technologies and catalysts at Russian enterprises, has become the leading highoctane gasoline components producer in the Russian market. The company has developed its highly competitive technological brand, winning competition against the leading American, German and French suppliers of processing solutions for the oil refining industry.


    Improve your FCC unit’s residue feedstock processing and profitability. Unprecedented upgrading of residue in FCC. FCC units using conventional FCC catalysts are severely limited when diffusion constraints control conversion and bottoms upgrading, for example, in heavy-feed and/or short-contact-time operations. Even with high catalyst addition rates, bottoms conversion, catalyst activity and coke and gas selectivity suffer because of the inevitable mass transfer limitations. ...

  • UPGRADER™ T and AMBER™ T - meeting the tight oil challenge

    North America’s oil production has been reenergized with the advent of sophisticated technologies to recover tight oil economically. Tight oil, defined as liquid hydrocarbons obtained by hydraulically fracturing shale formations, is flowing at ever increasing rates from fields such as Bakken, North Dakota; Eagle Ford, South Texas; and Niobrara, Colorado. Tight oil production is currently at least 7% of the USA’s crude consumption: a figure that is growing rapidly. The ...

  • Want to make ULSG from your FCC unit?

    Topsoe’s new superior FCC pretreatment catalysts provide high HDN as well as HDS. Legislations worldwide push towards lower sulfur emissions from diesel and gasoline vehicles, forcing refiners to rethink their fixed assets to meet new product specifications. Topsoe’s new HyBRIM™ catalysts allow for more severe FCC feed pretreating which ultimately improves operation of the FCC unit leading to better products. TK-569 HyBRIM™ offers the highest activity ...

  • Wet gas sulfuric acid - profitable sulfur management

    The WSA technology is an excellent alternative to the Claus technology for sulfur management within oil refining, coal gasification, gas sweetening etc. High steam production, feed flexibility, ease of operation, and low CAPEX & OPEX are some key benefits for the operator when selecting the WSA technology. Today we have +130 references world wide.

  • ZIP Olefins Additive

    Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) catalyst for heavy resid feedstock applications. BASF’s Fortress NXT delivers superior metals passivation and increases liquid product yields. Premium Technology Fortress NXT is the next generation of Fortress catalyst resulting from research to optimize the efficacy of specialty alumina for nickel trapping applications. BASF uses a proprietary specialty alumina to provide superior nickel trap performance using an optimized crystallite size ...

  • Excel® Technology: The Sustainable Solution for HydroProcessing Catalysts

    Unveil the path to sustainable catalyst processes with Excel® Rejuvenation Technology! Join us as we delve into the art of catalyst rejuvenation, uncovering the means to propel your processes towards enhanced sustainability and waste reduction. Learn how to steer your operations away from wasteful practices and embrace sustainability using Evonik's Excel® Hydroprocessing Catalysts solutions. Our certified Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) lays bare the potential emissions you can ...

  • Structured Catalyst for Steam Methane Reforming

    Join this webinar to learn about the benefits of ZoneFlow Structured Catalyst for Steam Methane Reforming. Honeywell UOP and ZoneFlow Reactor Technologies recently conducted pilot plant testing of the ZoneFlow Structured Catalyst in a large-scale pilot plant at Université Catholique de Louvain in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. In this free webinar, you will have the opportunity to learn about the technology and benefits that were seen in the pilot test run at near-commercial levels: •   ...

  • Navigating Complexities of Renewables Processing

    Refineries are shifting away from producing traditional fuels to remain relevant, compliant and profitable. Join us to learn more about recent developments in renewable feedstocks processing. In this webinar from Ketjen, you will gain an understanding of the regulations and drivers that shape the renewables market. You will also have a chance to learn about operational challenges you may face while processing feedstocks with various amounts and grades of HVO or waste plastic ...

  • Optimizing the value of your unloaded catalyst

    The metals contained in spent catalysts offer a valuable follow-on revenue source, but how can you be sure to achieve a fair settlement or receive top dollar? You also need to balance demands of sustainability and lowered environmental impact with ease of recovery and settlement. This webinar gives you an introduction to the precious and base metal management cycle in catalysts and specifically provides you with tips for ensuring a high quality and accurate precious metal settlement, ...

  • An introduction to Sinopec Hydrocracking Technologies

    This webinar gives you an overview and understanding of hydrocracking and its applications, with an emphasis on technologies and catalysts developed by Sinopec and its research arm, Sinopec Fushun Research Institute of Petroleum and Petrochemicals (Sinopec FRIPP). You will first get an introduction to hydrocracking including feed processing and target output products. Commercial considerations include market share and reference installations such as 40 hydrocracking units designed ...

  • Technologies to enhance Ethylene production

    In this presentation, three technologies will be introduced. This first is swirling element radiant tube (SERTTM) technology for steam cracking furnaces. In this technology, you will find how heat transfer theory is applied to overcoming the challenges of cracking pyrolysis to meet targets. Successful commercial cases will demonstrate the technical advantages of SERTTM technology. Cracking furnaces with SERTTM technology have longer operating days, lower tube wall temperature ...

  • Maximising naphtha through hydrocracking: Refinery of the future

    Globally the demand for petrochemicals is increasing at rates nearly 1.5 times GDP. In regions where there is a heavy investment in large-scale para-xylene capacity there is a significant demand for naphtha. However not all naphtha is suitable to produce aromatics. Heavy naphtha is required, but it is in limited supply. This is where the Honeywell UOP UnicrackingTM process becomes the key enabler to petrochemical production. By installing one, or a combination of Unicracking ...

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