Advanced Material Technologies for Refining Catalysis in Oil and Gas Processing

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Refinery catalysts are based on metals (such as nickel, molybdenum) and chemical compounds. They comprise of catalysts used for fluid catalytic cracking, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, alkylation, and isomerization activities. Zeolites are recently becoming interesting materials for oil and gas refiners. Overall the focus in this market for both academicians and organizations are to develop new materials for refining purposes. North American and European entities are highly active in this regard. Selectivity and high service life are the major decision making factors for catalyst selection.

The Oil and Gas TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on innovations pertaining to technologies, products, and processes, along with strategic insights, in the upstream and downstream processes in the oil and gas industry.

The Chemicals and Advanced Materials cluster tracks research & innovation trends and developments across specialty chemicals, plastics, polymers, chemicals, bio-chemicals, metals, coatings, thinfilms, surface treatments, composites, alloys, oil and gas, fuel additives, fibers and several other related technologies and its impact and application across industries.

Keywords: Hydrotreatment, cracking, isomerization, alkylation

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Advanced Material Technologies for Refining Catalysis in Oil and Gas ProcessingMaterial Innovations for Refining Catalysis in Oil and Gas HydroprocessingW.R.Grace Co., Develops Ultra-high Activity Ebullating Bed CatalystsHaldor Topsoe’s Researchers Develop Atomic-level Refinery CatalystsJohnson Matthey’s Research Team Develops Naptha-producing CatalystsUOP’s Catalyst Increases Refinery Profitability and Treating PerformanceZeolyst International Develops Catalysts for Isomerization of Pentane and HexaneProcess Developed by Shell Oil Company to Regenerate Coked Catalytic Cracking CatalystMixed Metal Oxide (non-chlorinated) Catalysts for Light Naptha Isomerization by GTC Technology US, LLCBASF’s Proprietary Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalyst for Gaseous Feedstocks Strategic InsightsSelectivity of a Refining Catalyst is a Major Deciding Parameter of Application Suitability Refinery Catalysts Offer High Profitability to Oil and Gas CompaniesKey PatentsDifferent Types of New Materials Developed for Isomerization ProcessesIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts




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