BASF hosting fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) technology and troubleshooting seminars around the globe April 19, 2011
ISELIN, NJ, April 19, 2011 –BASF, the global leader in catalysis, today announced that it will be hosting a series of fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) technical seminars designed to help refinery operators around the world meet their manufacturing and profitability objectives in the most effective manner possible. Beginning in April, and throughout 2011, BASF will host these educational and highly interactive seminars at locations in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Led by BASF refinery catalyst technology experts, these one- and two-day seminars will introduce newcomers to the refinery market, exploring the fundamentals of FCC manufacturing technologies and catalyst cracking reactions.
In-depth topics for seasoned veterans will include a review of BASF technical service and support, as well as FCC troubleshooting tips and tools. Each meeting will conclude with a roundtable and question and answer session with refinery and catalyst experts from both industry and BASF.
In todays market it is crucial that refineries have both the products and the support they need to optimize their catalyst investment, said Herbert Exner, Vice President, Refining Catalysts. BASF is committed to providing not only innovation and value in terms of new products, but also the technical service and support necessary to help those new products deliver a maximum return for the refinery. Our commitment to service is a strong component of our customer interaction process.