Session Highlights: Process Optimization

IRPC OPERATIONS will highlight the latest equipment, services, tools, and technologies to optimize refining and petrochemical operations and maintenance efforts for a safer, more efficient, more profitable, and sustainable work environment.

Held 21-22 September 2021, IRPC Operations will provide a virtual platform for knowledge-sharing, networking, and making business connections with downstream leaders—all from the safety and comfort of your home or office.


Session Highlights: Process Optimization Track

SDA enabled heavy oil upgrading: A cost effective solution
Hans Lefebvre, Project Development Manager - Heavy Oil, Honeywell UOP

Vapor velocity guidelines for horizontal flare knockout drums
Juan Lopez, Senior Pressure Safety Engineer, Covestro

FCC strategy in an evolving product market
Raj Singh, Technology Manager, High Olefins FCC Program, Technip Energies

Optimizing for viability – Revamping a vacuum distillation unit in a brownfield project
Ir. Saiful Anuar Mohd Mokhtar,Custodian (Process Design), PETRONAS
Marina Mosir, Staff (Fractionation), PETRONAS

Management of the LPG pool in a complex refinery
Aylin Saka, Simulation Chief, TUPRAS
Danyal Kutman, Chemicals Management Superintendent, TUPRAS

Session Highlights: Process Controls, Instrumentation, and Automation Track

Advancements in process controls and automation
Renaud Galeazzi, Technip Energies

​​​​​​Fuel direct chemical looping for steam, hydrogen or syngas production with CO2 capture
Thomas Flynn, Technical Consultant, Babcock & Wilcox

Creating value through open automation
Mohan Kalyanaraman, Technology Acquisition Advisor, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering
David DeBari, Innovator and Process Control Engineer, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering
Ryan Smeltzer, Automation and Process Control Leader, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering


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