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HS-FCC (High Severity FCC)

An alliance comprising of Saudi Aramco, JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corp.(JX), King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Technip Stone & Webster Process Technology and Axens has developed the HS-FCC process which is able to produce up to 25 wt% propylene by converting heavy hydrocarbon feedstock under severe FCC conditions, using a novel down-flow reactor concept. A 3,000 BPSD HS-FCC semi-commercial plant started at the Mizushima refinery of JX group in Japan in 2011. Alongside...

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Axens and Shaw Selected to License Next Generation Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Technology

Axens and the Shaw Group Inc. have been selected to license a next-generation catalytic cracking technology that will help refiners maximize the production of propylene and other high-value refinery products. The advanced technology, High Severity Fluidized Catalytic Cracking (HS-FCC), will produce higher yields of propylene and other light valuable products than conventional fluidized catalytic cracking units. The technology developers selected Shaw and Axens to promote and license the...

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Catalytic Cracking

Widely used process for cracking heavy cits (see F.C.C) by the use of a catalytic agent.

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Axens Technologies for IRPC Public Company Limited in Thailand

IRPC Public Company Limited, a company specialized in the production of Petrochemical and Refining products in Thailand, selected Axens to supply technologies for its new Upstream Project for Hygiene and Value Added Product (UHV project). The complex is due to come on stream in 2015. The project aims at converting atmospheric residue to high value propylene and aromatics rich gasoline cut. The Axens technologies included in the project concern the following units: Atmospheric Residue...

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Catalytic Cracking - HS-FCC

Among the solutions proposed by Axens to address the increasing worldwide demand in propylene and revolving around Fluid catalytic cracking technology, High Severity FCC (HS-FCC) is the one exhibiting the best performances. This process is the fruit of a worldwide cooperation comprising Saudi Aramco, JX Nippon Oil & Energy (JX) and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM). HS-FCC technology allows the conversion of a wide variety of feedstocks into  high quantities...

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Mozyr Selects Axens' Heavy Oil Conversion Technologies

Mozyr Oil Refinery in Belarus has selected Axens’ H-OilRC technology for the hydroconversion of 3,000,000 metric tons per year (approximately 60,000 bpsd) of Urals vacuum residue (VR). The new H-Oil plant will convert VR, at high levels, to low sulfur distillates and produce a low sulfur residue. The Mozyr H-Oil plant will be the most advanced process plant of its kind. The plant will employ Axens’ inter-stage separation (IS2) and advanced hydrogen and catalyst management...

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PetroRiser

The ZSM-5 additive is only able to crack C7 to C10 olefins to LPG.  Consequently, most of the C5 and C6 cut are not converted by ZSM-5 in the main riser.  In order to convert this cut, it has been confirmed that the optimum catalytic system is a recycle in a separate riser operating under more severe conditions –a PetroRiserTM. Indeed, recycling with the feed does not allow the conversion of this light naphtha as the temperature is too low in the main riser.  If the...

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Axens' PetroRiser Converts Residue to Propylene

Axens announces the commercialization of its new Resid Fluid catalytic cracking (RFCC) PetroRiserSM technology for the production of high yields of propylene. This new resid-to-propylene technology is part of the FCC Alliance between Axens, Shaw, Total and IFP. The PetroRiser technology incorporates a second riser into the RFCC complex. The light cracked naphtha produced in the first riser is sent to an independent cracking riser, enabling each riser to be operated independently, thereby...

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HS-FCC for Propylene: Concept to Commercial Operation

The Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) process has undergone a long evolution of hardware and catalyst changes from bed cracking with amorphous catalyst to short contact time riser cracking with sophisticated zeolite catalyst systems. Improvements to the process have provided a wide degree of flexibility to selectively target production of distillates or gasoline or propylene from VGO and residue feeds thereby making the FCC the most widely used conversion process. More generally, the objective...

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R2P (Resid to Propylene)

When the process objective is maximum propylene production, specific technology features must be added to the RFCC unit (R2R technology). The challenge is particularly great when the feedstock contains residue. Axens’ strategy to maximize propylene production includes the following elements: Maximize the yield of light olefins and maximum liquid using FCC cracking catalyst at high severity in combination with proprietary FCC hardware to promote low delta coke (feed injectors,...

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