February 21-23, 2017
The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center
The Woodlands, Texas
ABOUT THE COURSE
On completion of this practical, four-part course you will have a thorough understanding of all aspects of hydroprocessing.
You'll gain knowledge you can use at every stage of the cycle -- from reactor loading and break-in procedures through catalyst regeneration and disposal.
Skilled instructors, demonstrations and real-life cases will make your experience memorable and enjoyable.
You'll return to your job with course materials and presentations, along with valuable reference materials and useful spreadsheet tools.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed primarily for refinery engineers who work with hydroprocessing catalysts and processes, but those with considerable experience also will find the sessions valuable.
Session leaders are all specialists from Albemarle's Hydroprocessing Technical Service Group with years of hands-on experience and a wealth of practical knowledge. Albemarle's interactive seminar format encourages questions and discussion, so you'll have ample opportunities to address your own hydroprocessing issues.
If you have questions about course content, coverage depth on a particular topic, or the technical scope of the course, please call or e-mail Paul Temme at (281) 283-1567 or Paul.Temme@albemarle.com
PART 1: HYDROPROCESSING CATALYST (HPC)
PART 2: UNIT LIFE CYCLE
Catalyst System Design and Function
Reactor Internals and Inspection
Catalyst Handling and Loading
Catalyst Sulfiding and Break-in
PART 3: APPLICATIONS
FCC Feed Pretreatment
PART 4: ECONOMICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Economics Evaluation of HPC Units
$1445/person before January 24, 2017
$1645/person after January 24, 2017
Fee includes: breakfast and lunch each day, and dinner on Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Hotel and travel costs are not included.