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Gated Resource: Tackling High Nickel Feedstock

Tackling High Nickel Feedstock

Xiang YangDong, Yang YuanBin, and Zhang Ying, PetroChina, alongside Karen Qingling Huang, BASF, explain how FCC catalyst technology was used at a Chinese refinery to achieve better nickel passivation and consequently increase feed rate and improve product yield structure.

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Gated Resource: FCC Catalyst Boosts Bottoms Upgrade

FCC Catalyst Boosts Bottoms Upgrade

A combination of novel matrix technologies in a new FCC catalyst increased bottoms upgrading of residual feeds and improved profitability.

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Gated Resource: Driving FCCU value through fresh and flushing catalyst activity modeling

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Gated Resource: Boosting profitability with butylenes to propylene ratio

Boosting profitability with butylenes to propylene ratio

Nik Larsen and Tiffany Clark, Marathon Petroleum Corp., alongside Namal de Silva, Yorklin Yang and Daniel Neuman, BASF Corp., introduce a new catalyst that can boost butylene selectivity over propylene in FCC units.

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Gated Resource: Boosting Profitability with Butylenes

Boosting Profitability with Butylenes

Nik Larsen and Tiffany Clark, Marathon Petroleum Corp., USA, with Melissa Clough Mastry and Namal De Silva, BASF, USA, examine new FCC catalyst technology which has maximised butylenes production and raised profitability in refinery trials.

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Styrene Catalysts Brochure

BASF has been serving the styrene catalyst market for decades. Our catalyst portfolio includes catalysts for low and ultra-low S/O processes, as well as for medium and high S/O ratio applications. Our styrene catalysts are valued components of the dehydrogenation process for worldwide operating chemical companies. Our aim is to develop a catalyst that best serves the needs of our customers.

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Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Oxidation & Dehydrogenation, Styrene Catalysts

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Gated Resource: BASF O4 204 datasheet

BASF O4 204 datasheet

O4-204 is designed for the oxidation of n-butane to maleic anhydride (MA) at n-butane loadings of up to 40 l/l*hr. The catalyst may be operated with n-butane feed rates and gas hourly space velocities (GHSV) of up to 2.20 vol% or 2,000 hr-1 , respectively. Its outstanding features include high MA product yield and excellent operating flexibility combined with low by-product formation. Additionally, an exceptionally long catalyst lifetime is ensured by slow deactivation and low pressure drop increase. Like its proven predecessor, O4-200, the new O4-204 is a robust, durable and safe catalyst. The fully activated, chloride free new recipe from O4-204 results in improved selectivity and highest MA yield.

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Altrium® Performance Profile

Altrium® is the newest BASF catalyst based on the combined technologies AIM (Advanced Innovative Matrix) and IZY (Improved Zeolite-Y).

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Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Refinery

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Linde DRYREF™ and BASF SYNSPIRE™ Brochure

Syngas generation based on the conventional steam reforming process requires considerable amounts of process steam. Producing this steam has a major impact on the plant’s energy bill. The industry is therefore looking for ways to reduce the steam-to-carbon (S/C) ratio of syngas generation. With conventional reforming catalysts, the reduction of steam can ultimately lead to or accelerate deactivation of the catalyst due to carbon accumulation and coke formation.

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Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Syngas

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