This webinar is part of a series of webinars dedicated to expanding learning opportunities throughout the year.
March 25, 2021
2:00 PM Eastern
Part of the Energy Transition Series, this webinar will focus on leveraging the flexibility of the FCC for processing biogenic feedstocks. Main topics will include:
- Big picture and economic drivers
- Different types of oils that can be co-processed
- Typical compound differences and potential impacts to the process
- Lessons learned from FCC co-processing
Cliff Avery, FCC Technical Services, FCC process expert for Albemarle
Rama Marri, Sr Director FCC Technology for Lummus Tech
Steve Gim, Regional Technology Service Manager, Americas - Refining Catalysts, BASF
Derek Froehle, Technology Service Specialist - FCC & RTP, Honeywell UOP
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