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July 30 – How Effective are Operator Rounds at Your Site?

FREE – Thursday, 30 July 2020 (8PT, 9MT, 10CT, 11ET, 1500GMT)

Gary Pitman Facilitator: Gary Pitman – Coking.com Inc.

Ryan Schoel Facilitator: Ryan Schoel – Coking.com Inc.

Overview

How Effective are Operator Rounds at Your Site?

RefComm is announcing our next step to push for even more collaboration, synergy and opportunities for interaction in our eRefComm programming. We bring you the same spirit and excitement found at one of our live events – Breakout Sessions! In our first virtual Breakout, participants will discuss the effectiveness of their site’s feedback loop, share successes and pitfalls, and learn from the experiences of their international operations colleagues. What an opportunity!


There are 250,000 pieces of equipment in the DCU

Do you have a comment regarding operations, equipment, or operator rounds? If so, please add your input to the Q&A section. During the session we will address the Q&A. Remember questions/comments can be upvoted. The more participation there is, the better the breakout session will become.

How Virtual Breakouts Work
Coking.com Inc.

Coking.com Inc. provides consulting, technical support, field services, training, and industry conferences (RefComm®) to oil refineries around the world. Our services include safe unit operation, process optimization, P&ID and HAZOP review, preventive maintenance programs, start-up & commissioning, turnaround support, design, troubleshooting, and best practices. We focus on the Delayed Coking Units (DCU / Coker). We strive to help our customers increase their production while minimizing risk!

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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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