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Michel Molinier is a consultant with Axens North America for aromatics technologies and other petrochemical processes. He has more than 20 yr of experience in the petrochemical industry and 30 yr of experience in heterogeneous catalysis. He has coauthored two book chapters, 30 peer-reviewed articles and 25 U.S. patents. Dr. Molinier holds an MS degree in physical chemistry from the University of Bordeaux in France and a PhD in solid state chemistry from Philipps Universität Marburg in Germany.
Petrochemicals / Process Optimization / Aromatics / Carbon Management / Catalysts / Desulfurization / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Equipment / Greenhouse Gases / Hydrocracking / Naphtha / Reactors / Treating / Utilities
Molecular management, energy efficiency and carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) emissions have become major focuses for petrochemical complexes, including aromatics plants.
Part 1 of this article (October 2021) discussed how catalytic reforming processes produce olefin contaminants in aromatics streams via paraffin dehydrogenation side reactions.
Catalytic reforming processes produce olefin contaminants in aromatics streams via paraffin dehydrogenation side reactions.
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