Date: Wednesday, 28 April 2021
Time: 17:30 - 18:30 CEST
Session code ICV.11
Industrial Technology Innovations for Bioenergy and Bio-Based Product
Ramifications of Drop-In Biofuels for Amine, Sulphur Recovery and Sour Water Treatment Units in Crude Oil Refineries
Short Introductive summary
Authors of this paper are engineers of Sulphur Experts and Amine Experts companies, which are world leaders in providing analytical and process engineering support to amine, sulphur and sour water systems. This paper discusses the impact of bio-feedstock co-processing in hydrotreater and FCC units on amine, sulphur and sour water systems. To authors’ knowledge there has not been done enough work in this area, and it is believed that this is the first publication focused on changes and challenges in these units resulted from bio-feedstock co-processing.
Philip LE GRANGE
Philip is a Chartered Chemical Engineer specializing in solvent systems and has performed troubleshooting, optimizing, commissioning and staff training on hundreds of amine solvent and sour water units across 73 production facilities in 31 countries.
Biographies and Short introductive summaries are supplied directly by presenters and are published here unedited
P. le Grange, Sulphur Experts, Katwijk, THE NETHERLANDS
L. Goettler, Sulphur Experts, Calgary, CANADA
J. Kiebert, Sulphur Experts, Katwijk, THE NETHERLANDS
Session reference: ICV.11.11