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Chemical Engineering

Refining Technology

Introduction

This training session will present a detailed overview of refining, from the crude oil feed to the finished products.

Major refining processes are presented and discussed, including feedstocks, feedstock preparation, operating conditions, catalysts, yields, product properties, and economics.

The course is oriented toward the practical aspects of refinery operations as well as the terminology and economics of refining.


Objectives

By the end of this course participants will:

  • Act as a primer into the industry of Petroleum Refining
  • Familiarize industry professionals with all processes associated with the processing of petroleum into finished products
  • Equip new engineers into the industry, with the basic tools for understanding the complex nature of Refining and its operations

Target Audience

It is intended for process engineers, technologists, operating and supervisory personnel engaged in the refining activities who have a minimum of experience and who are required to understand and discuss issues related to their processes

As well as engineering, this training session will also be suitable for business, sales, technical, and scientific personnel with limited or no broad refinery operating experience, along with Technical sales personnel; those involved in selling equipment or supplies to the refining industry and those involved with economic evaluations of refinery operations will benefit from this training session


Chemical Engineering Outline

The course covers the following topics:

Refinery Technology

  • Introduction
  • Crude Oil Origins and Characteristics
  • Crude oil Assay and properties
  • Crude oil products
  • Product specifications
  • Gasoline
  • Kerosene Jet Fuel
  • Fuel Oil Diesel Fuels
  • Petrochemical Feedstocks
  • Refineries Complexity
  • Overall refinery flow: Interrelationship of processes

Petroleum Refinery Processes

  • Crude Processing
  • Desalting
  • Atmospheric distillation
  • Vacuum distillation
  • Heavy Oils Processing Cocking and Thermal Processes
  • Delayed Coking
  • Fluid Coking
  • Flex coking
  • Visbreaking

Process for Motor Fuel Production

  • Fluid catalytic cracking
  • Hydrocracking
  • Cat Cracking
  • Isomerization
  • Alkylation
  • Hydrotreating
  • Catalytic Reforming

Supporting Operations

  • Blending for Product Specifications
  • Hydrogen production
  • Refinery Gas Plants
  • Acid Gas Treating
  • Sulfur Recovery Plants

Refinery Economics

  • Residue Reduction
  • Asphalt and Residual Fuel
  • Cost Estimation
  • Economic Evaluation
  • Group Discussions
  • Course Evaluation and Summary

  
  

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