Crude oil characteristics.
– Refinery sorts and levels of complexity.
– Hydrogen treatment.
– Catalytic reforming.
– Fuel treatment.
– Primary product pools.
– Financial drivers and the refinery margins
Refining one hundred and one (Non-Technical)
Single Consumer Price: $1,595.00
Dates: Feb 26-27, 2014 Houston, TXMar 26-27, 2014 Calgary, CANApr 29-30, 2014 Houston, TX
The refinery offers the important thing conversions from crude oil and other feedstocks into an array of petroleum products needed by the energy marketplace. This two-day course presents a “low-to-mid-tech” view of the basics of petroleum refining, the processing models that make up typical refining configurations in world markets, and the important thing factors comprising the economic “drivers” of refinery operations.
There are about 163 operating refineries in the U.S. and Canada, and their know-how, processes, and market significance range extensively. EMI will guide you through every complicated refining stage alongside the way to distill various crude grades into a host of refined products from gasoline to residual products.
What You’ll Study
The key processing operations concerned in a refinery shall be mentioned. We’ll apply just enough “chemistry” to know the “huge picture” of what conversions are going down and why. You will also learn the way value is added within the refinery, and you will learn about the derivation of “relative value” among the assorted crude oil and feedstock decisions in the worldwide marketplace.
Matters lined embody:
– Crude oil characteristics.
– Refinery varieties and levels of complexity.
– Hydrogen therapy.
– Catalytic reforming.
– Gasoline therapy.
– Major product swimming pools.
– Economic drivers and the refinery margins
Who Should Attend
New employees, or those newly assigned to tasks in the assorted features of the petroleum industry would find this refining class particularly useful in understanding the role of the assorted operating units and the way these models match together to efficiently produce a wide array of merchandise. For instance those assigned in upstream, mid-stream, advertising and marketing, tax, authorized, and information know-how functions sometimes have little or no information of the refinery, which is considered one of the fundamental constructing blocks of the petroleum business.