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Improving Performance of Gas, Oil and Coal Processing Units
Posted Thu October 25, 2012 @04:21PM
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Announcements CPFD Software will host Improving Performance of FCCs and Other FBRs on Thursday November 1st at 11:30am EDT.

This webinar will introduce best practices in improving the performance of Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) reactors and regenerators and other Fluidized Bed Reactor (FBR) units using oil, coal and alternative fuels.


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The webinar will cover solutions for dealing with the following challenges:
  • Government regulations for hazardous emissions
  • Increasing performance and reliability in FCC units and FBRs
  • Revamping of current equipment to control capital expenditures
  • Utilizing unconventional resources for feedstocks
  • How to reliably scale up processes while optimizing yields

These critical issues will continue to escalate the need for oil, gas and coal processing units to improve their performance.

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