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Accelerating Decarbonization: 3 Actions You Can Take to Make an Impact Now
12 September 2023

Sponsored by: Swagelok

Emissions reduction is at the forefront of many companies’ environmental, social, and governance (ESG) commitments. As oil and gas facility owners reach agreements with governing bodies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to curtail emissions, now is the time to understand how to capitalize on “easy wins” for emissions reduction so you can make necessary changes to your supply chain, specifications, and upgrade plans. Learning to control fugitive emissions is a good place to start, as these leaks not only threaten regulatory compliance, but can negatively impact your company’s profitability if left unchecked. 

Join us on September 12 to grow your knowledge in this important area. In a free webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Establishing a Low-E protocol for components, regardless of piping or tubing, focusing on API 641/624, ISO-15848-1, and EPA Method 21
  • Standardizing training for employees and contractors per IOGP, which will help increase safety, reduce leaks, and increase reliability of small bore systems
  • Auditing your utility systems and equipment to find efficiencies, focusing on boiler efficiencies to reduce base load
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How Grace Built a Better Vanadium Trap
15 August 2023

Sponsored by: W.R. Grace

In this session, W. R. Grace & Co. will introduce PARAGON FCC catalyst, which incorporates a novel, rare earth-based, vanadium trap into the highest matrix surface area catalyst solutions for the FCC. With PARAGON technology, refiners can widen their FCC operating window and increase feed flexibility for greater profitability. Find out more about the V-trapping technology and how this leads to maximum bottoms upgrading along with improved conversion at constant coke yield, allowing refiners to produce fuels in a more sustainable manner.

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How Integrating OCM Boosts Steam Cracker Output with a Smaller Carbon Footprint
8 August 2023

Sponsored by: Lummus Technology

Lowering the carbon footprint of steam crackers through efficiency upgrades and alternate fuels results in excess off-gas. Burning this gas for fuel releases more COto the atmosphere. This webcast discusses how integrating an oxidative coupling of methane (OCM) process into a steam cracker turns this excess off-gas into a feedstock for greater ethylene production. In addition, the exothermic OCM process generates heat that can feed the highly endothermic steam cracker—lowering the cracker’s firing duty to increase ethylene yields further while lowering CO2 emissions.

This webcast will also cover:

  • An overview of the OCM process including recent updates
  • Integration concepts for both grassroots and revamp steam crackers
  • Additional off-gas integration opportunities and feedstocks
  • Running OCM in a stand-alone mode using natural gas and gas liquids as feedstock
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Game Changing Strategies for Co-Processing in Refineries
1 August 2023

Sponsored by: Honeywell UOP

Through our relationships with strategic partners, Honeywell UOP is observing a rapid change of companies looking to co-process renewable feedstocks along their more traditional fossil feedstock. Honeywell UOP is the original energy trailblazer who pioneered the production of renewable fuels and petrochemical feedstock with a range of successful commercial technologies such as Ecofining™. Honeywell UOP’s expertise and range of co-processing solutions can help reduce the carbon footprint of conventional refining processes including hydrotreating, hydrocracking, and fluidized catalytic cracking. Honeywell UOP offers bankable and quickly implementable process revamp studies, equipment offerings, and catalyst solutions to co-process a variety of renewable feeds reliably and cost-effectively. Our solutions ensure the high yields of desired products, reduce energy consumption and raw material usage for lower carbon footprint reduction. Building on the proven reliability of Honeywell UOP technologies over a century, our customers can continue to reduce the carbon footprint of their operations with UOP Co-Processing technologies for a sustainable future. Join us to learn more about the co processing marketplace and how Honeywell UOP is powering the future of refining and petrochemicals.

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UniSim Design Delivering Success In Sustainability Modeling
25 July 2023

Sponsored by: Honeywell 

With the global drive for improving sustainability, companies across industries are focused on meeting aggressive sustainability targets and are making investments in digitalization to accelerate innovation and technology adoption. UniSim Design has prioritized development in features that support customer’s sustainability initiatives in areas of energy savings projects, Green hydrogen eletrolyzers, & reduction in carbon foot print, helping our customer to meet their sustainability goals. The webinar will also cover live demo on UniSim Design for Sustainability.

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Hydroprocessing Renewable Feeds: Maximizing Yields of Renewable Diesel and Sustainable Aviation Fuel
18 July 2023

Sponsored by:  ART Hydroprocessing 

Investments in renewable diesel (RD) and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production are gaining considerable momentum and are expected to play a vital role in reducing carbon emissions for heavy-duty transportation. Currently, the majority of these projects focus on the production of HEFA (Hydroprocessed Esters and Fatty Acids).

Against this backdrop, ART Hydroprocessing, announces the launch of ENDEAVORTM catalyst systems for the hydroprocessing of renewable feeds. ENDEAVORTM consists of EnRich® guard and hydrotreating catalysts, as well as EnHanceTM isomerization catalysts, enabling customers to process a wide range of 100% renewable feeds, with the maximum yields.

This webcast discusses some of the legislation and incentives driving demand for RD and SAF, the challenges associated with the processing of renewable feeds, and the catalyst technologies developed to address this.

ART is a joint venture between Chevron and W.R Grace, and is a leading supplier of hydroprocessing catalysts used in production of cleaner fuels.

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Webinar with ARC Advisory Group: How Industry Leaders Maximize Profitability with APM
27 June 2023

Sponsored by: AspenTech

Early returns from an ARC Advisory Group survey indicate that optimizing plant performance and eliminating process upsets are considered a critical component of asset performance management (APM) systems. Many leading companies are successfully using APM solutions—including machine learning or AI—for rotating equipment and static assets, with 27% of those also applying AI to optimize the process or production.

Join ARC Advisory Group Analyst Peter Reynolds for this upcoming webinar to hear the results of this study and get answers to these questions:

  • What value or return do companies see from various site-wide APM approaches?
  • How is APM enabling predictive maintenance and what assets are covered?
  • How are asset-owners deciding on internal custom data science solutions versus commercial AI solutions?

The webinar will also include case study examples of companies maximizing profitability with APM.

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Fueling Future Aviation with CO2 to Jet Technology
13 June 2023

Sponsored by: Honeywell UOP

As the world strives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) will continue to be a rapidly growing market. The available global triglyceride feedstocks are insufficient to meet the increasing demand for SAF and additional pathways are necessary. Meeting future demand will require efficient “power to liquids” pathways, which produce eFuels from CO2 using green electricity. This presentation provides an overview of what drives SAF demand, the most promising routes to SAF today, and Honeywell’s efficient, scalable solution for CO2 to jet production: the UOP eFining™ process.

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