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Bazer-Bachi, D.

Axens, Salindres, France

Delphine Bazer-Bachi is Development and Industrialization Team Manager, Industrial Operations Business Division, for Axens. She began her professional career in 2005 as a Research Engineer at IFPEN. She acquired 10 yr of R&D experience in the field of heterogeneous catalysis, with a focus on inorganic chemistry and carrier shaping applied to various topics such as hydrocracking, biodiesel, separations and reforming. In 2016, she joined Axens as a Development and Industrialization Engineer and is in charge of the development of different catalysts and their industrialization in Axens industrial sites, with a specialization in reforming catalysts and carriers (alumina synthesis, shaping and catalyst formulation). Dr. Bazer-Bachi holds an engineering degree from the École Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques in Nancy (ENSIC) and a PhD (chemical engineering) from Université de Lorraine.

Developments in reforming catalysts: A never-ending story

Even in the context of the energy transition—with gasoline demand expected to decline—the catalytic reforming process will continue to be a key process in refineries around the world to produce high-octane gasoline and aromatics.

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