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2014 Petrochemical Processes Handbook
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A full spectrum of licensed petrochemical technologies is featured here with 150 active petrochemical technologies in Hydrocarbon Processing's Petrochemical Processes 2014.  These include manufacturing processes for olefins, aromatics, polymers, acids/salts, aldehydes, ketones, nitrogen compounds, chlorides cyclo-compounds and refining feeds. Over 30 licensing companies have submitted process flow diagrams and informative process descriptions that include economic data, operating conditions, number of commercial installations and more.

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2012 Gas Processes Handbook
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This handbook-type industry reference source is produced by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 130 commercially viable gas processing processes from 49 licensors. Included are drying, treating, dehydrogenation, effluent cleanup, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, syngas, sulfur, liquid treating, etc. Each process description includes a flow diagram as well as application, economics and licensor information. The processes are indexed by process and contributing company.

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2011 Refining Processes Handbook
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Produced by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine, this comprehensive industry reference source contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 194 leading-edge, licensed refining technologies. Specific processing operations include biofuels, coking, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, fluid catalytic cracking, resid catalytic cracking, alkylation, catalytic reforming, ethers and more. Forty licensors contributed process flow diagrams, products, process descriptions, economics, installations and other vital information. The flow diagrams and summary descriptions define typical licensed processes used by modern refineries.

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Petrochemical Processes 2010
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Hydrocarbon Processing’s Petrochemical Processes 2010
handbook reflects the dynamic advancements now available in licensed process technologies, catalysts and equipment. The petrochemical industry continues to apply energy-conserving, environmentally friendly, cost-effective solutions to produce products that improve the quality of everyday life. The global petrochemical industry is innovative—putting knowledge into action to create new products to that service the needs of current and future markets.

HP’s Petrochemical Processes 2010 handbook is an inclusive catalog of established and leading-edge licensed technologies that can be applied to existing and grassroots facilities. Economic stresses drive efforts to conserve energy, minimize wastes, improve product qualities and, most important, increase yields and create new products.

A full spectrum of licensed petrochemical technologies is featured here; over 191 active petrochemical technologies are featured in Petrochemical Processes 2010. These include manufacturing processes for olefins, aromatics, polymers, acids/salts, aldehydes, ketones, nitrogen compounds, chlorides cyclocompounds and refining feeds. Over 40 licensing companies have submitted process flow diagrams and informative process descriptions that include economic data, operating conditions, number of commercial installations and more. Also, HP’s Petrochemical Licensor Index is included. This index summarizes over 250 active petrochemical technologies from over 50 innovative petrochemical licensing companies and contact information for the licensors.


Gas Processes 2009

Gas Process 2009
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This handbook-type industry reference source is produced by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 130 commercially viable gas processing processes from 49 licensors. Included are drying, treating, dehydrogenation, effluent cleanup, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, syngas, sulfur, liquid treating, etc. Each process description includes a flow diagram as well as application, economics and licensor information. The processes are indexed by process and contributing company.

The Gas Processes Handbook is available in a PDF format which will be e-mailed to you. Click here to order your copy.

Here's a list of companies that participated in the Gas Process Handbook 2009:



Advanced Extraction Technologies, Inc.
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Axens
BASF AG
BASF Catalysts
Black & Veatch Inc.
BOC
BP
Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH
CB&I Lummus
Comprimo Sulfur Solutions
Connelly GPM, Inc.
ConocoPhillips
Costain Oil, Gas & Process Ltd.
CrystaTech
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
Foster Wheeler
GL Industrial Services
Goar, Allison & Associates, Inc., an Air
Products Company
Haldor Topsøe A/S
HERA LLC
Jacobs Engineering Group
Jacobs Nederland B.V.
Johnson Matthey Catalysts
Kanzler Verfahrenstechnik GmbH


Lurgi GmbH, a company of the AirLiquide
Group
MEDAL, a Division of Air Liquide Advanced
Technologies, US LLC
Merichem Chemicals & Refinery Services LLC
Merichem Chemicals & Refinery Services LLC
Gas Technology Products Division
Monsato Environchem System Inc.
NATCO Group
Paques B.V.
ProPure
Prosernat IFP Group Technologies
Randall Gas Technologies
Shell Global Solutions B.V
Shell Global Solutions International B.V.
Shell/Paques
Siirtec Nigi
Siirtec Nigi S.p.A.
SURE WorleyParsons
Technip
Technip Benelux B.V.
ThioSolv LLC
Titan SNC Lavalin
Total
Twister BV
Uhde GmbH
UOP LLC, a Honeywell Company




2008 Refining Processes Handbook
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Produced biennially by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine, this handbook-type industry reference source has been expanded this year. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 130 leading-edge, licensed refining technologies. Specific processing operations include coking, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, fluid catalytic cracking, resid catalytic cracking, alkylation, catalytic reforming, ethers and more. Forty licensors contributed process flow diagrams, products, process descriptions, economics, installations and other vital information. The flow diagrams and summary descriptions define typical licensed processes used by modern refineries.

The Refining Processes 2008 Handbook is available as CD to be mailed to you . Click here to order your copy.



Refining Processes 2006
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Produced biennially by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine, this handbook-type industry reference source has been expanded this year. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 130 leading-edge, licensed refining technologies. Specific processing operations include coking, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, fluid catalytic cracking, resid catalytic cracking, alkylation, catalytic reforming, ethers and more. Forty licensors contributed process flow diagrams, products, process descriptions, economics, installations and other vital information. The flow diagrams and summary descriptions define typical licensed processes used by modern refineries.

The Refining Processes 2006 Handbook is available as CD to be mailed to you . Click here to order your copy.



Gas Processes 2006
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This handbook-type industry reference source is produced biennially by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 130 commercially viable gas processing processes from 50 licensors. Included are drying, treating, contaminant removal, cleanup, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, syngas, sulfur, gas-to-liquids, etc. Each process description includes a four-color flow diagram as well as application, operation, economic, yield and licensor information. The processes are indexed by process and contributing company.

The Gas Processes Handbook are available as CD which will be mailed to you. Click here to order your copy.

Here's a list of companies that participated in the Gas Process Handbook 2006:


ABB Lummus Global Inc.,
Haldor Topsøe A/S

Randall Gas Technologies Division
HERA LLC

Advanced Extraction technologies
Jacobs Engineering Group

Advantica
Johnson Matthey Catalysts

Air Liquide
Kanzler Verfahrenstechnik GmbH

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Le Gaz Intergral

Axens
Lurgi AG

BASF AG
Merichem

Black & Veatch Inc.
Monsanto Environchem System Inc.

BOC
NATCO

BP
Paques B.V.

Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH
ProPure

CB&I Howe-Baker
Prosernat IFP Group Technologies

CB&I TPA
Shell Global Solutions International B.V.

Comprimo Sulfur Solutions
Shell Paques

Connelly GPM, Inc.
SIIRTEC NIGI S.p.A.

ConocoPhillips
SulfaTreat

Costain Oil, Gas & Process Ltd.
Sure Parsons

CrystaTech, Inc.
Syntroleum

Davy Process Technology
Technip

Englehard
The Pritchard Corp.

ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
ThioSolv

Foster Wheeler
Titan SNC Lavalin

Gas Technology Products, LLC
Twister BV

Goar, Allison & Associates, Inc.
Uhde



UOP



Advanced Process Control and Information Systems 2005
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This handbook-type industry reference source is produced biennially by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of over 160 major process control and information systems technologies from over 20 licensors. It is unique in that it shows how these technologies are applied to specific HPI processes and plants. The Handbook has become the user reference when implementing these advanced control and information system projects in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI).

Process control and information systems projects continue to be some of the most cost-effective in the HPI. Payouts in terms of increased throughput and productivity, improved maintenance and asset management, energy savings and better management decision making can often be measured in months. Expanded this year to include additional control articles and papers along with control and information systems providers' directory the Handbook is more valuable then ever. Below is a list of technology contributors to date.

The Advanced Control and Information Systems Handbook are now available as CD which will be mailed to you. Click here to order your copy.

Here's a list of companies that participated in the Advanced Control and Information Systems Handbook 2005:


Applied Manufacturing Technologies
Matrikon

Aspen Technologies
Nelson and Roseme

CF Picou
Nexus

Curvaceous
OSA

Emerson
PAS

GE Energy
Pavilion

Honeywell
Sherpa

Industrial Evolution
Soteica

Intelligent Optimization
Technip

Invensys
Yokogawa



Petrochemical Processes 2005
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Produced biennially by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine, this handbook-type industry reference source, now on CD-ROM, contains more flow diagrams and descriptions then ever before. With over 120 petrochemical processes, this valuable reference tool should be available to every engineer in the refining and petrochemical industry. Included are commercially viable processes ranging from alkylbenzene to xyleneisomers. Each process includes a flow diagram and application, operation, economic, yield and licensor information. The processes are indexed by process and contributing company.

The Petrochemical Processes 2005 is now available as CD which will be mailed to you. Click here to order your copy.

Here's a list of companies that participated in the Petrochemical Processes Handbook 2005:


ABB Lummus Global Lonza Group

Aker Kvaerner Lurgi AG

Axens Lyondell Chemical Co.

Axens NA Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.

Badger Licensing LLC Mitsui Chemicals Inc.

Basell Polyolefins Nippon Petrochemicals Co., Ltd.

BASF AG Niro Process Technology B.V.

BP NOVA Chemicals (International) S.A.

BP Chemicals Novolen Technology Holdings C.V.

CDTECH One Synergy

Chemical Research & Licensing SABIC

Chisso Corp. Scientific Design Company, Inc.

Chiyoda Corp. Shell International Chemicals B.V.

Davy Process Technology Sinopec (Research Institute of Petroleum Processing)

ExxonMobil Chemical Stamicarbon BV

ExxonMobil Chemical Technology Licensing LLC Stone & Webster Inc.

GE Plastics Sud-Chemie Inc.

GTC Technology Sunoco

Haldor Topsøe A/S Technip

Hydro The Dow Chemical Co.

Illa International Toyo Engineering Corp.

Japan Polypropylene Corp. Uhde GmbH

Johnson Matthey Catalysts Uhde Inventa-Fischer

Johnson Matthey PLC Union Carbide Corp.

Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc. Univation Technologies

Linde AG UOP LLC


Vinnolit


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