More Value From Alkylation Using Two Innovative Processes
Sponsored by: Haldor Topsoe
Date: 18 January
Time: 9AM Copenhagen (8AM GMT)
CB&I CDAlky with Topsoe WSA acid regeneration offers a high product quality at low investment
Sulfuric acid catalyzed alkylation is a widespread technology for utilizing low molecular weight hydrocarbons, but no technological break-through has occurred for several decades. Nowadays oil refiners are looking for improving the economy of their processes without compromising safety and product quality.
The novel CDAlky process of CB&I in combination with the Topsoe WSA process for spent acid regeneration offers new features to obtain a better economy of the alkylation operations.
• Low temperature alkylation results in better alkylate quality and lower acid consumption.
• Alkylation reactors without rotating parts mean lower power consumption and less maintenance.
• Wet gas regeneration process avoids production of liquid waste and gives a better energy economy.
• Both processes operate with a low equipment piece count, resulting in easier operation and lower investment.
Sign up for this webinar and learn how you can lower both your OPEX and CAPEX compared to the traditional technologies
Frands E. Jensen,
Sales Manager, Refinery Business Unit, Haldor Topsoe A/S
Frands joined Topsoe in 1979 and has been working with marketing and sales of a wide range of Topsoe’s technologies, occupying various positions in the organization. Since 2003 he has been concentrating on the Wet gas Sulfuric Acid technology and is responsible for its marketing in North America and the CIS in collaboration with Topsoe’s regional offices.
Technology Marketing Director, CB&I Lummus Refining and Gasification
Maurice is Technology Marketing Director, Refining and Gasification technologies, for CB&I’s Technology Group in the EMEA region and South-East Asia, and is based in The Hague, The Netherlands. Maurice is a chemical engineer by education and has 30 years’ experience in process design, technology development, and licensing in refining and petrochemical technologies. He has worked and lived in the United States, South Africa, and China.
Key Learning Objectives
- Learn why leading refiners are now selecting more advanced CDAlky and WSA technology for production of high octane alkylate
- How you can obtain the lowest OPEX by combining well proven technologies
- How you can obtain a higher quality alkylate at lower acid consumption by applying a low temperature process
- How you can regenerate spent sulfuric acid without producing waste
- Refinery Operations Manager
- Business Development Manager
- Refinery Process Engineer
- Planning Manager
- Optimization Manager
- R&D manager