Axens H-OilRC uses ebullated-bed hydrocracking to process heavy feedstock residues, atmospheric and vacuum residue, with high metals, sulfur, nitrogen, asphaltenes and solid contents. Conversion levels range from low conversion to above 80% depending on the refinery scheme. RC = Resid Hydrocracking
Axens H-OilDC uses ebullated-bed hydrocracking to process refractory oils such as vacuum gasoils (VGO), deasphalted oils (DAO) or Coal derived oils. These feeds typically contain metals, CCR, nitrogen or suspended solids that cause rapid catalyst fouling and contamination. Conversion ranging from 50 to 85% depending on feedstock. DC = Distillate Cracking
Paul Orlowski is General Manager for the Refining Community which includes Coking.com, CatCracking.com, SulfurUnit.com, Resid Hydrocracking and SDA. They consult at refineries around the world. They've hosted 36 technical conferences around the globe, trained 1,000's and completed very beneficial consulting and troubleshooting projects. Paul co-founded Coking.com Inc in 1998 with Gary Pitman. Evan Hyde later joined the team. Besides being an educator and software applications engineer, he worked 18 years at ARCO and BP refineries near Seattle, WA USA. Previously he worked for Science Applications International Corporation and Dealer Information Systems. In 2019 look for #RefComm Galveston Coking | CatCracking | Resid Hydrocracking and RefComm® Rotterdam Coking | CatCracking. In 2020 Galveston; Gdansk, Poland and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Singapore.
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