Introduction To Petroleum Refinery Processing (2 Day)

An entire set in fact materials and lunches are included.

– The Refinery Move Plan – Configuration, Vocabulary, Streams, What Goes The place and Why
– Hydrocarbon Chemistry – How Paraffins, Olefins, Naphthenes and Aromatics Differ
– Crude Oil – Properties, Assays, What’s Totally different About Bitumen and Shale Oil
– Gas Products – Gasoline, Jet, Gas Oil and Diesel Specs: Today and Tomorrow
– Atmospheric and Vacuum Distillation
– Fluid Catalytic Cracking, Including Function in Diesel and Propylene Markets
– Catalytic Reforming
– Aromatics Recovery for BTX Petrochemical Feedstocks
– Isomerization, Alkylation, and Polymer Gasoline
– Hydroprocessing – Hydrotreating and Hydrocracking Functions
– Hydrogen Production
– Hydrogen Sulfide Removal (Amine Treating) and Sulfur Restoration (Claus)
– Vacuum Resid Processes – Visbreaking, Solvent Deasphalting, Coking, Hydrocracking
– Pollution Control Overview – Waste Water, Stacks

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Marvin Rakow is President of EDU-TECH Administration Sources, a guide services organization in technical training, business development, advertising and marketing and R&D to the petroleum, petrochemicals, and specialty chemicals industries. He held varied technical and management positions with two main oil companies and was previously Senior Vice President for Hydrocarbon Analysis, Inc. (HRI), responsible for all technical teams and the operation of HRI’s R&D Center, together with know-how commercialization for the petroleum/petrochemicals industries. Kinetic Energy Petroleum Refinery He has offered technical programs and webinars for greater than three decades.


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