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February 10 – FCC Slurry Oil Filtration: Royal Dahlman has the filtration technology for the Oil Refiner and Trader to comply with the new IMO 2020 Marine Residual Fuels.

FREE – Wednesday, February 10 2021 (8PT, 9MT, 10CT, 11ET, 1500GMT)

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Facilitator: Niels v.d. Horst – Royal Dahlman and FiltroGlobal LLC

Overview

Some refiners operating an (R)FCC sell their residue from the Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit as bunker fuel blended into a fuel pool. This is especially attractive when used for blending down Sulphur content of bunker fuels. Problem however is that cat fines concentration in the FCC Slurry Oil stream may be as high as 1000- up to 8000 (ppmwt or mg/kg). Being aware of the limitations of the majority of the onboard fuel treatment systems, most ship engine manufacturers specify a maximum concentration of 15 (ppmwt or mg/kg) at the main engine inlet. Royal Dahlman has developed and proven the filter technology for filtering the FCC Bottoms down to or less than the required cat fines levels.

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Posted by: Evan Hyde

Evan Hyde is the director of field services for Coking.com. He previously was president of C2 Nano Technology where they researched surface treatments to combat fouling & corrosion issues in cokers & other petrochemical process units. He was a Senior Engineering Advisor for Becht Engineering Co., Inc. and has consulted on processing improvement and reliability initiatives for coking clients around the world. Prior to joining Becht, Evan worked for ExxonMobil Research and Engineering, as a process engineer, with assignments in research, and troubleshooting for heavy oil upgrading equipment. He holds a B.S. of Chemical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.

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