Posts Tagged ‘Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC)’

Mild Hydrocracking

Definition Mild Hydrocracking or MHC is referring to the refining process designed to performs a partial hydrocracking only. In the mild hydrocracking only about 20-60% at ~ 50-85 bar of the feedstock crude oil is cracked. Comments The objective of the Mild Hydrocracking process is to convert 20-60% of the vacuum […]

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Bapco ready to move on the $6 billion Refinery expansion

Sitra Refinery expansion preliminary studies completed  After multiple scenarios for revamping and expansion, the Minister of Energy in Bahrain, Dr. Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza, has announced the completion of the preliminary studies to modernize the Sitra refinery. The plan of the Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) aims to increase energy efficiency and […]

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The first FCC catalysts & additives facility to come in the Gulf

Grace & Co and Al Dahra have signed a joined venture to build and operate in Abu Dhabi, UAE,  a new plant to produce Catalysts and Additives With this new facility, Grace & Co and Al Dahra are targeting to supply some of the 16 Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) units  to come in the next five […]

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