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1930 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1940 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1951 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1961 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1978 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1979 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1980 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1981 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1982 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1983 U. S. Refining Capacity Report
1984 U. S. Refining Capacity Report
1985 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1986 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1987 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1988 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1989 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1990 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1991 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1992 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1993 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1994 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1995 Reliability and Maintenance Conference Paper List
1995 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1997 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
1998 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
1999 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
1999 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2000 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2000 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2000 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2000 CAT Cracker Seminar Transcript
2000 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2001 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2001 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2001 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2001 Clean Fuels Challenge Transcript
2001 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2002 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2002 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2002 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2002 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2002 CAT Cracker Seminar Transcript
2002 Refining and Capacity Report
2002 Technology Q&A Transcripts
2003 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2003 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2003 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2003 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2003 Clean Fuels Challenge Q&A Session Transcript
2003 Refining and Capacity Report
2003 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Operator Driven Reliability (ODR) Q&A Session
2003 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Reliability Q&A Session
2003 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Turnaround Q&A Session
2003 Technology Q&A Transcript - Crude & Vacuum Distillation and Coking
2003 Technology Q&A Transcript - FCC
2003 Technology Q&A Transcript - Gasoline Processes
2003 Technology Q&A Transcript - Hydroprocessing, Distillates & Heavier Hydrocracking
2003 Technology Q&A Transcript - Plant Managers Panel
2003 Technology Q&A Transcript - Plantwide
2004 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2004 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2004 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2004 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2004 Refining Capacity Report
2004 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Operator Driven Reliability (ODR) Q&A Session
2004 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Reliability Q&A Session
2004 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Turnaround Q&A Session
2004 Technology Q&A Transcript - Crude and Vacuum Distillation
2004 Technology Q&A Transcript - FCC
2004 Technology Q&A Transcript - Gasoline Processes
2004 Technology Q&A Transcript - Hydroprocessing
2004 Technology Q&A Transcript - Plant-wide Systems
2005 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2005 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2005 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2005 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2005 NPRA Clean Fuels Challenge Q&A Session Transcript
2005 Q&A and Technology Forum Transcript - Crude Q&A Session
2005 Q&A and Technology Forum Transcript - FCC Q&A Session
2005 Q&A and Technology Forum Transcript - Gasoline Q&A Session
2005 Q&A and Technology Forum Transcript - Hydroprocessing Q&A Session
2005 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales
2005 Refining Capacity Report
2005 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Operator Driven Reliability
2005 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Reliability
2005 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Turnaround
2006 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2006 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil Sales
2006 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2006 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2006 Cat Cracker Seminar Transcript
2006 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Crude/Vacuum Distillation & Coking Q&A Session
2006 Q&A and Technology Transcript - FCC Q&A Session
2006 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Gasoline Processes Q&A Session
2006 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Hydroprocessing Q&A Session
2006 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales Report
2006 Refining Capacity Report
2006 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Reliability
2006 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Turnarounds
2006 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Workforce Issues
2007 Annual Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2007 Annual Report on U.S. Lubricating Oil & Wax Sales
2007 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2007 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2007 Q&A and Technology Forum Answer Book
2007 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Crude/Vacuum Distillation & Coking Q&A Session
2007 Q&A and Technology Transcript - FCC Q&A Session
2007 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Gasoline Processes Q&A Session
2007 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Hydroprocessing Q&A Session
2007 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales
2007 Refining and Capacity Report
2007 Reliability and Maintenance Conference Transcript - Cultural Change
2007 Reliability and Maintenance Conference Transcript - Reliability and Proven Practices
2007 Reliability and Maintenance Conference Transcript - Turnarounds
2008 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2008 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2008 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Transcript - Operations
2008 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Transcript - Reliability
2008 Environmental Conference Papers - All
2008 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2008 Plant Automation and Decision Support Papers - All Workshop Papers
2008 Q&A and Technology Forum Answer Book
2008 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Crude & Vacuum Distillation and Coking Q&A Session
2008 Q&A and Technology Transcript - FCC Q&A Session
2008 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Gasoline Q&A Session
2008 Q&A and Technology Transcript - Hydroprocessing Q&A Session
2008 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales
2008 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales
2008 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales
2008 Quarterly Index of Lubricant Sales - 4th Quarter
2008 Refining Capacity Report
2008 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Papers - All
2008 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - AEI Q&A Session
2008 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Reliability Q&A Session
2008 Reliability & Maintenance Conference Transcript - Turnaround Q&A Session
2009 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2009 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illness
2009 Environmental Conference Papers - All
2009 Labor Relations/Human Resources Conference CD
2009 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2009 National Safety Conference Papers on CD
2009 Plant Automation and Decision Support Session Papers - All
2009 Q&A and Technology Forum Crude and Coking Q&A Transcript
2009 Q&A and Technology Forum FCC Q&A Transcript
2009 Q&A and Technology Forum Gasoline Processes Q&A Transcript
2009 Q&A and Technology Forum Hydroprocessing Q&A Transcript
2009 Q&A Technology Forum Answer Book
2009 Refining Capacity Report
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - AEI Track Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - All Workshop Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - IMP Track Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Maintenance Business Strategies Q&A Transcript
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - P&P Track Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Reliability Q&A Transcript
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Reliability Track Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - SMI Track Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Turnaround Track Papers
2009 Reliability & Maintenance Conference - Turnarounds Q&A Transcript
2010 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2010 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2010 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Transcript
2010 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2010 Plant Automation & Decision Support Session Papers-All Workshop Papers
2010 Q&A and Technology Forum - Crude/Vacuum Transcript
2010 Q&A and Technology Forum - FCC Transcript
2010 Q&A and Technology Forum - Gasoline Processes Transcript
2010 Q&A and Technology Forum - Hydroprocessing Transcript
2010 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2011 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2011 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2011 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2011 Q&A and Technology Forum - Crude/Vacuum Distillation & Coking Transcript
2011 Q&A and Technology Forum - FCC Transcript
2011 Q&A and Technology Forum - Gasoline Processes Transcript
2011 Q&A and Technology Forum - Hydroprocessing Transcript
2011 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2012 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2012 Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2012 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Transcript - Operations/Technology
2012 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Transcript - Reliability/Mechanical
2012 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2012 Petrochemical Statistics Publications Subscription
2012 Q&A and Technology Forum - Crude/Vacuum Distillation & CokingTranscript
2012 Q&A and Technology Forum - FCC Transcript
2012 Q&A and Technology Forum - Gasoline Processes Transcript
2012 Q&A and Technology Forum - Hydroprocessing Transcript
2012 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2013 Annual Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2013 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2013 Petrochemical Statistics Publications Subscription
2013 Q&A and Technology Forum - Crude & Vacuum Distillation and Coking Transcript
2013 Q&A and Technology Forum - FCC Transcript
2013 Q&A and Technology Forum - Gasoline Processes
2013 Q&A and Technology Forum - Hydroprocessing Transcript
2013 Report of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
2013 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2014 AFPM Report of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2014 AFPM Summary of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2014 Cat Cracker Q&A Session: Mechanical
2014 Cat Cracker Q&A Session: Process
2014 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2014 Q&A and Technology Forum - Crude & Vacuum Distillation and Coking Transcript
2014 Q&A and Technology Forum - FCC Transcript
2014 Q&A and Technology Forum - Gasoline Processes Transcript
2014 Q&A and Technology Forum - Hydroprocessing Transcript
2014 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2015 AFPM Report of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2015 AFPM Summary Report of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
2015 Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report
2015 Q&A AND TECHNOLOGY FORUM FCC Transcript
2015 Q&A and TECHNOLOGY FORUM GASOLINE PROCESSES Transcript
2015 Q&A AND TECHNOLOGY FORUM HYDROPROCESSING Transcript
2015 q-a-session-crude-vacuum-distillation-coking-transcript
2015 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2016 AFPM REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES & ILLNESSES
2016 AFPM SUMMARY REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES & ILLNESSES
2016 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Session Transcript - Mechanical
2016 Cat Cracker Seminar Q&A Session Transcript - Process
2016 Q&A and Technology Forum FCC Q&A Transcript
2016 Q&A and Technology Forum Gasoline Processing Q&A Transcript
2016 Q&A and Technology Forum Hydroprocessing Q&A Transcript
2016 Q&A Technology Forum - Crude/Vacuum Distillation & Coking Q&A Transcript
2016 U.S. Refining Capacity Report
2017 Operations & Process Technology QA Crude Transcript
2017 OPERATIONS & PROCESS TECHNOLOGY QA FCC TRANSCRIPT
2017 Operations & Process Technology QA Gasoline Transcript
2017 Operations & Process Technology QA Hydroprocessing Transcript
2018 AFPM REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES & ILLNESSES
2018 AFPM SUMMARY REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES & ILLNESSES
2019 AFPM SUMMARY REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES & ILLNESSES
A CASE STUDY IN SLURRY FOULING
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO CATALYST DESIGN FOR RESID APPLICATIONS
A Newcomers View of a NPRA Distinguished Safety Site
A Status Report on Biobased Lubricants and Greases in the U.S.
Add-on Modular NOx, SOx, & PM Control for Refining and Petrochemical Processes
ADVANCES IN HYDROFLUORIC (HF) ACID CATALYZED ALKYLATION
Aging of the Working Population
AM‐12‐14 Predictive Analytics in Safety and Operational Risk Management
AM‐12‐20 How to Treat Refinery Gases to Make them Suitable to Produce Polymer Grade Olefins
AM‐12‐21 Selection of Hydrogen Sulfide Scavengers for Minimal Refinery Impact
AM‐12‐22 Mercury in Hydrocarbon Process Streams: Sampling/Analysis Methods, Exposure Monitoring, Equipment Decontamination and Waste Minimization
AM‐12‐25 Molecular HighwayTM Technology for FCC Catalysts in a Commercial Refinery
AM‐12‐26 Innovative Technology to Improve FCC Flexibility
AM-00-06 TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES IMPROVE LIQUID
AM-00-07 COMMERCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE LATEST FCC TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES
AM-00-08 New Developments in FCC Feed Injection and Stripping
AM-00-09 Modernizing Older FCCU’s
AM-00-10 LIQUID PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM COKE VIA GASIFICATION AND FISCHER TROPSCH SYNTHESIS
AM-00-11 Technology Options for Meeting Low Sulfur Mogas Targets
AM-00-12 NEXT GENERATION SULFUR REMOVAL TECHNOLOGY
AM-00-13 IMPACT ON FUTURE REFINERY OF PRODUCING LOW SULFUR GASOLINE
AM-00-14 GRACE DAVISON FCC CATALYTIC TECHNOLOGIES FOR MANAGING NEW FUELS REGULATIONS
AM-00-15 PRODUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL FUELS OF THE FUTURE
AM-00-16 THE LOWER IT GOES, THE TOUGHER IT GETS (THE PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF PRODUCING ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL)
AM-00-17 MAINTAINING ON-SPEC PRODUCTS WITH RESIDUE HYDROPROCESSING
AM-00-18 MAKFining – PREMIUM DISTILLATES TECHNOLOGY THE FUTURE OF DISTILLATE UPGRADING
AM-00-19 IMPROVED REACTOR INTERNALS FOR SYNCRUDE’S HGO HYDROTREATERS
AM-00-20 MEETING GROWING ALKYLATE DEMAND WITH ALKYLENE™ TECHNOLOGY
AM-00-21 GULF COAST REFINER'S CCR REFORMER EXPANSION PIVOTS AROUND CATALYST CHANGE
AM-00-22 THE ENGELHARD / RAYTHEON DIESEL DEAROMATIZATION PROCESS
AM-00-23 CORRELATION OF FEEDSTOCK CHEMICAL PROPERTIES WITH CONVERSION AND COKE YIELD IN HEAVY ATMOSPHERIC RESIDUE CRACKING
AM-00-24 EFFECTIVE FCC REVAMP MANAGEMENT LEADS TO SUBSTANTIAL BENEFITS
AM-00-25 Desulfurization by Selective Oxidation and Extraction of Sulfur-containing Compounds to Economically Achieve Ultra-low Proposed Diesel Fuel Sulfur Requirements
AM-00-26 CHANGING GEAR (The Evolution of Automotive and Commercial Gear Oils Into the 21st Century)
AM-00-27 THE ROLE OF SULFUR IN ENGINE EXHAUST EMISSIONS CONTROL
AM-00-28 FCC LIGHT CYCLE OIL: LIABILITY OR OPPORTUNITY?
AM-00-29 DELIVERING SYNTHETIC PERFORMANCE WITH VHVI SPECIALTY BASE FLUIDS
AM-00-30 FUEL CHOICES FOR FUEL CELL POWERED VEHICLES
AM-00-31 COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE WITH IMPROVED HYDROCRACKING CATALYSTS
AM-00-32 New Generation Of Isocracking® Catalysts
AM-00-33 BASKET CASE: GRADED CATALYST BEDS SOLVE PRESSURE DROP PROBLEM IN A NAPHTHA HYDROTREATING UNIT
AM-00-34 ISOOCTANE PRODUCTION FROM C4’S AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO MTBE
AM-00-35 NOVEL PROCESS FOR FCC GASOLINE DESULFURIZATION AND BENZENE REDUCTION TO MEET CLEAN FUELS REQUIREMENTS
AM-00-36 IMPROVE REFINERY PROFITABILITY BY DEBOTTLENECKING HYDROGEN MAKE-UP COMPRESSORS
AM-00-37 FCC CATALYST PROPERTY EFFECTS ON CYCLONE EROSION
AM-00-38 USA MARKET DEVELOPMENT FOR NEW GENERATION BASE OILS
AM-00-39 THE ROLE OF FUEL IN ACHIEVING NEAR ZERO EMISSIONS
AM-00-41 THE VALUES AND MYTHS OF PLANT-TO-ERP INTEGRATION
AM-00-42 EFFECTIVE PLANNING & EXECUTION OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN – NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND A RETURN TO BASICS
AM-00-43 CITGO’S PERSPECTIVE ON KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
AM-00-44 Planning, Scheduling and Control Systems: Why Can’t They Work Together?
AM-00-45 PRESERVING KNOWLEDGE IN THE FACE OF EXTENDED RUNLENGTHS BETWEEN UNIT TURNAROUNDS
AM-00-46 DESIGN AND REVAMP VACUUM UNITS FOR MAXIMUM RETURN
AM-00-47 TEN BUSINESS RULES FOR SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY ACROSS A VALUE CHAIN
AM-00-48 UPGRADE YOUR CATALYTIC REFORMER THROUGH A PACKINOX OPERATING LEASE
AM-00-49 Refining and Marketing in the New Millennium: New Structures, Alliances and Strategies
AM-00-50 ENERGY PARTNERING
AM-00-51 Processing Of Fischer Tropsch Syncrude And Benefits Of Integrating Its Products With Conventional Fuels
AM-00-52 MEET GASOLINE POOL SULFUR AND OCTANE TARGETS WITH THE ISAL® PROCESS
AM-00-53 REFINING OPTIONS FOR MTBE-FREE GASOLINE
AM-00-54 REMOVAL OF SULFUR FROM LIGHT FCC GASOLINE STREAM
AM-00-55 MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE – A VIEW FROM THE TOP!
AM-00-56 EVALUATION OF FUTURE DIESEL ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES
AM-00-57 CAN THE U.S. E&C INDUSTRY MEET THE EPA’S LOW SULFUR TIMETABLE?
AM-00-59 CCR™ PLATFORMING™ CATALYST SELECTION IMPROVES UNIT FLEXIBILITY AND PROFITABILITY
AM-00-60 TRANSPLUS SM A FLEXIBLE APPROACH FOR UPGRADING HEAVY AROMATICS
AM-00-61 THE DOMINO INTERACTION OF REFINERY PROCESSES FOR GASOLINE QUALITY ATTAINMENT
AM-00-62 The MTBE Ban: Local Issues, Global Implications
AM-00-63 POTENTIAL IMPACT POTENTIAL IMPACT OF E-COMMERCE ON E-COMMERCE ON THE U.S. REFINING U.S. REFINING INDUSTRY
AM-00-64 DOE’s Hybrid Vehicle Development Efforts
AM-01-06 OPTICOKING TECHNOLOGY
AM-01-07 HYDROCARBONS TO LIQUIDS - CLEAN FUELS FOR A CLEAN FUTURE
AM-01-08 LEVERAGE YOUR ASSETS: HYDROPROCESSING AND FCC SOLUTIONS FOR LOWERING THE COSTS OF CLEAN FUELS
AM-01-09 ELEGANT SOLUTIONS FOR ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL
AM-01-10 UNIPURE’S ASR-2 DIESEL DESULFURIZATION PROCESS: A NOVEL, COST-EFFECTIVE PROCESS FOR ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL
AM-01-11 START-UP OF FIRST CDHDS ® UNIT AT MOTIVA’S PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS REFINERY
AM-01-12 WET SCRUBBING FOR FCCUS - A CASE STUDY EXAMINING SITE SPECIFIC DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
AM-01-13 ALKYLATION BEST PRACTICES FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM
AM-01-14 APPLICATION OF PHILLIPS’ S ZORB PROCESS TO DISTILLATES -- MEETING THE CHALLENGE
AM-01-16 PETROZUATA UPGRADED CRUDE OILS
AM-01-17 ENERGY CONSERVATION IMPROVES REFINERY MARGINS
AM-01-18 MAXCAT COKE REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY
AM-01-19 INTEGRATED HYDROGEN SUPPLY- EXTEND YOUR REFINERY’S ENTERPRISE
AM-01-20 CAUGHT IN THE CROSSHAIRS: ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT TRENDS
AM-01-21 WEB BASED REMOTE MONITORING OF PRODUCTION DATA
AM-01-22 REVAMP YOUR HYDROTREATER TO MANUFACTURE ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL FUEL
AM-01-23 UPGRADING LIGHT CYCLE OIL TO DIESEL USING THE ENGELHARD – WASHINGTON REDAR PROCESS
AM-01-24 CONTINUE PRODUCING PREMIUM BLENDSTOCKS
AM-01-25 THE NEXT BIG THING IN REFINING
AM-01-26 MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM, L.L.C. REAPS REWARDS FROM CATALYST CHANGE
AM-01-27 NEW ADVANCED HYDROGEN PLANT IN CALIFORNIA REFINERY BY THE TOPSOE PROCESS
AM-01-28 CLEAN FUELS: ROUTE TO LOW SULFUR LOW AROMATIC DIESEL
AM-01-29 THE DRIVE TO LOWER AND LOWER SULFUR: CRITERION’S NEW CATALYSTS HELP REFINERS TACKLE SULFUR
AM-01-30 Unicracking Innovations Deliver Profit
AM-01-32 POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF SULFUR REGULATION ON COST AND SUPPLY OF DIESEL FUELS IN THE UNITED STATES
AM-01-33 U.S. WEST COAST REFINERS UNLOCK THEIR MARGIN POTENTIAL
AM-01-34 ONLINE MARKETPLACES FOR TRADING CRUDE OIL AND PRODUCTS – WHEN WILL THEY TAKE OFF?
AM-01-35 NEW SELECTIVE H2S REMOVAL PROCESS FOR THE REFINING INDUSTRY
AM-01-36 COST-EFFICIENT HYDROGEN PLANT REVAMPS
AM-01-37 OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTILLATE BLENDING THE STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS OF ADDITIZATION
AM-01-38 PC-9: THE FIRST OIL CATEGORY FOR DIESEL ENGINES USING COOLED EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION
AM-01-39 START-UP OF FIRST CDHYDRO ® /CDHDS ® UNIT AT IRVING OIL’S SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK REFINERY
AM-01-40 LUBE BASESTOCK BUSINESS DRIVERS
AM-01-41 IS THERE A FUTURE FOR COOPERATIVE ENGINE OIL STANDARDS?
AM-01-43 INNOVATION KEY TO NEW TECHNOLOGY PROJECT SUCCESS PHILLIPS S ZORB BECOMES LOW SULFUR GASOLINE SOLUTION
AM-01-44 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TO DEVELOP STRANDED GAS
AM-01-45 TransAlta Corporation GHG Risk Management Program
AM-01-46 INDUSTRIAL GAS AND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS FOR CLEAN FUELS AND LOWER REFINERY EMISSIONS
AM-01-47 DEEP HYDRODESULFURIZATION: THE IMPORTANCE OF OPTIMIZED FLOW DISTRIBUTION
AM-01-48, THE POWER OF PLATFORMING INNOVATION DELIVERED
AM-01-49 A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO FCCU METALS MANAGEMENT
AM-01-50 NEW CHLORIDE REMOVAL CATALYST IN CCR UNIT
AM-01-51 INDUSTRIAL PERFORMANCE OF ADVANCED PALLADIUM CATALYST FOR LIQUID PHASE SELECTIVE HYDROGENATION OF TRACE DIOLEFINS IN FCC BUTENES
AM-01-52 A NEW ROLE FOR REFINERIES IN MEETING AMERICA’S CLEAN ENERGY CHALLENGE
AM-01-55 Sulphco-Desulfurization via Selective Oxidation - Pilot Plant Results and Commercialization Plans
AM-01-56 VALUE CREATION IN REFINING
AM-01-57 PETROLEUM PROJECTIONS FROM THE ANNUAL ENERGY OUTLOOK 2001
AM-01-58 NAPHTHAMAX TM BREAKTHROUGH FCC CATALYST TECHNOLOGY FOR SHORT CONTACT TIME APPLICATIONS
AM-01-59 THE EFFECTS OF FE POISONING ON FCC CATALYSTS
AM-01-61 FUTURE REFINERY -- FCC’S ROLE IN REFINERY / PETROCHEMICAL INTEGRATION
AM-01-62 DIESEL SULFUR REGULATION: POTENTIAL FOR DISRUPTIONS IN THE MARKETPLACE
AM-01-63 LIFE CYCLE UTILITIES MANAGEMENT
AM-01-64 The Outlook for GTL and Other High Quality Lube Basestocks
AM-01-65 ADVANCED FLUID CRACKING TECHNOLOGIES
AM-01-67 ULTRA-LOW SULFUR FUELS IN EUROPE: ISSUES AND IMPACTS
AM-01-68 STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE - NEW MISSION AND USE IN 2000
AM-01-69 DIESEL DESULFURIZATION 101
AM-01-70 Getting Out of the Diesel Rule Box
AM-01-71 The Need for Sulfur-Free Diesel Fuel - An Automaker’s Perspective
AM-02-06 DELAYED COKER DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS AND PROJECT EXECUTION
AM-02-07 Improved Conceptual Process Design Avoids Revamp Scope Growth
AM-02-08 FRACTIONATION IMPACT ON FCC GASOLINE AND LCO SULFUR CONTENT
AM-02-09 ACHIEVING PROACTIVE MANUFACTURING Learnings in leadership on our journey to become a world-class refinery
AM-02-10 A NEW CONTINUOUS CATALYTIC PROCESS FOR DESULFURIZATION OF SYNGAS AND HYDROCARBONS
AM-02-11 IMPLEMENTING YOUR CONSENT DECREE? ORGANIZE FOR SUCCESS
AM-02-12 PRIME-G+™: FROM PILOT TO STARUP OF WORLD’S FIRST COMMERCIAL 10 PPM FCC GASOLINE
AM-02-13 CRYSTASULF: A PROCESS THAT REMOVES BOTH H2S AND LIGHT HYDROCARBONS FROM HDS HYDROGEN RECYCLE STREAMS
AM-02-14 DEVELOPMENT OF CARBON CATALYST FOR HEAVY OIL HYDROCRACKING
AM-02-16 Shippers' View Point : Quality In the Shipping Industry
AM-02-17 IMPROVED SOLID CATALYST ALKYLATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CLEAN FUELS: THE ALKYLENE™ PROCESS
AM-02-18 LOW COST CONVERSION OF MTBE UNITS TO ALTERNATIVE GASOLINE BLENDING COMPONENTS PRODUCTION
AM-02-19 The Alkyclean Process: A New Solid Acid Catalyst Gasoline Alkylation Technology
AM-02-20 REVAP: REDUCED VOLATILITY ALKYLATION FOR PRODUCTION OF HIGH VALUE ALKYLATE BLENDSTOCK: YEAR 4
AM-02-21 REDUCE YOUR TIER 2 GASOLINE COMPLIANCE COSTS WITH GRACE DAVISON S-BRANE™ TECHNOLOGY
AM-02-22 Our Changing World And What We Should Do About It
AM-02-23 A COMPLEX WEB: UNDERSTANDING OUR GLOBAL ENERGY PARTNERS
AM-02-24 Customer Relationship Management: Unlocking Customer Value For Sustainable Growth
AM-02-26 FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING MEETS MULTIPLE CHALLENGES
AM-02-27 FCC FLUE GAS EMISSION CONTROL OPTIONS
AM-02-28 ADVANCED CATALYST MATRIX TECHNOLOGY FOR BOTTOMS CONVERSION AND METALS PASSIVATION IN RESID FCC
AM-02-30 INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY, OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE, AND ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT TO MAXIMIZE PROFITABILITY
AM-02-31 ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS (OE): MAXIMIZING ALL OF YOUR ASSETS
AM-02-32 THE STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS OF INCREASINGLY VOLATILE MARKETS
AM-02-33 WORLD CLASS PLANNING AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING IMPROVING LP ACCURACY FOR OPTIMAL PLANNING AND CRUDE SELECTION
AM-02-35 PROVEN BEST PRACTICES FOR ULSD PRODUCTION
AM-02-36 UNICRACKING™ INNOVATIONS MAXIMIZE YOUR ROA FOR LOW-SULFUR FUELS
AM-02-37 CATALYTIC REDUCTION OF SULFUR AND OLEFINS IN THE FCCU: COMMERCIAL PERFORMANCE OF DAVISON CATALYSTS AND ADDITIVES FOR CLEAN FUELS
AM-02-38 ULSD IN REAL LIFE: COMMERCIAL PERFORMANCE OF STARS AND NEBULA TECHNOLOGY
AM-02-39 FCC FEED PRETREATMENT TO CONTROL SULFUR IN FCC NAPHTHA
AM-02-40 INCREASING OPTIONALITY AND MANAGING RISK IN TODAY’S TRADING AND LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
AM-02-41 FINDING THE MONEY FOR CLEAN FUELS
AM-02-43 Optimizing Profitability Through the Practical Use of the Tier 2 Average Banking and Trading Program
AM-02-44 CHANGES TO MAINTAIN FCCU CONVERSION
AM-02-45 DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION TO OPTIMIZE OFFSITE OPERATIONS
AM-02-46 PHILLIPS’ S ZORB-DIESEL SULFUR REMOVAL TECHNOLOGY
AM-02-47 PRODUCTION OF ULTRA-LOW SULFUR GASOLINE: PROTECTING IMPORTANT STREAM PROPERTIES
AM-02-49 CATALYST SELECTIVITY BENCHMARKING: A NEW TOOL FOR IMPROVING FCCU PROFITABILITY
AM-02-50 STRATCO® ContactorTM Reactor Performance Upgrade:
AM-02-51 NEW INSIGHTS ON THE CARRIER EFFECT IN CRUDE DISTILLATION
AM-02-52 WHAT A DIFFERENCE THE TRAY MADE
AM-02-53 FCC Bottoms Cracking Mechanisms and Implications for Catalyst Design for Resid Applications
AM-02-54 MODERN DESIGN AND TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS CREATE A SUCCESSFUL FCC REVAMP
AM-02-55 NOX CONTROL IN FCC
AM-02-56 NEW ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR REDUCED FCC EMISSIONS
AM-02-57 PREMIUM PERFORMANCE HYDROTREATING WITH AXENS HR 400 SERIES HYDROTREATING CATALYSTS
AM-02-58 ADVANCED FCC FEED PRETREATMENT TECHNOLOGY AND CATALYSTS IMPROVES FCC PROFITABILITY
AM-02-59 PREMCOR HEAVY OIL UPGRADE PROJECT: NEW PROJECT EXECUTION BENCHMARK AND PROCESSING HIGH SEVERITY, MAYA-DERIVED FEEDSTOCKS IN AN ISOCRACKER
AM-02-60 OUTLOOK FOR EUROPEAN DEMAND OF ULS GASOLINE AND DIESEL AND CONSEQUENCES FOR US IMPORTS
AM-02-61 AVAILABILITY OF GASOLINE IMPORTS IN THE SHORT TO MID TERM: U.S. PERSPECTIVE
AM-02-62 APPLICATION OF THE CRITERION PS-40 CCR CATALYST AT THE ERE REFINERY, LINGEN, GERMANY
AM-02-63 EPA’S ULSD RULE & PIPELINES CHALLENGES AND CONCERNS
AM-02-64 STATE-OF-THE-ART TOOLS FOR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
AM-02-65 ANSWERING THE BIG TURNAROUND QUESTION
AM-03-12 SULFUR CONTENT IN ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL FUELS - REGULATORY AND MEASUREMENT ISSUES
AM-03-67 Yesterday's Workforce…Gone Tomorrow! Who's Responsible For Developing The Future: Owners Or Contractors?
AM-03-69 Maximizing Workforce Effectiveness Through Competency Based Human Resource Management Systems
AM-04-06 Conducting EPA Consent Decree FCC Additive Demonstrations
AM-04-07 Scheduling Heat Exchanger Cleaning in Preheating Trains
AM-04-08 Catalyst Circulation Enhancement Technology Provides New Opportunity
AM-04-09 The Refinery of the Future
AM-04-10 LOTOX™ TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION AT MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC’S REFINERY IN TEXAS CITY, TEXAS
AM-04-11 AN EFFECTIVE STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPING FCCU EMISSIONS CONTROL PROJECTS – PART 1
AM-04-12 Selective Catalytic Reduction: A Proven Technology for NOx Removal
AM-04-13 Comparison of Existing and Emerging Alkylation Technology
AM-04-15 Crude Oil Quality, What it is, Why it is important, What we can do to make it better
AM-04-16 Advanced Resid FCC Technology Demonstrated in MAPLLC’s Catlettsburg RCC™ Unit
AM-04-17 S-Brane™ Technology Brings Flexibility To Refiners’ Clean Fuel Solutions
AM-04-18 The Tradeoff between Gasoline Pool Availability and Capital Expenditures in a Complex Modern Day Refinery
AM-04-20 Predicting Turnaround Performance
AM-04-22 Revamp for Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel with Countercurrent Reactor
AM-04-23 Solutions for Reducing NOx & Particulate Emissions from FCC Regenerators
AM-04-24 2006 Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Regulations and the Impact on Fuel Additive Use
AM-04-25 Developments in Adsorbents for Olefin Purification
AM-04-27 Key Fundamentals of Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Production: The Four C’s
AM-04-28 The Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Solution ModelTM A Collaborative Approach
AM-04-29 Meeting Future Clean Fuels Challenges via State-of-the-Art RDS/RFCC Catalyst Design
AM-04-31 Convert Resid in the Fluid Cat Cracker
AM-04-32 Engine Lubricant Testing – Challenges for the Independent Test Laboratories in the Changing Lubricant Business Environment
AM-04-33 FCC Hydrotreater Revamp For Low Sulfur Gasoline
AM-04-34 Non-Destructive Testing from Water Technologies by GE
AM-04-35 Packed FCCU Main Fractionator Upgrades for Performance and Reliability
AM-04-36 Lighten Up: Six Degree API Shift from Resid FCC Pretreat
AM-04-37 Measuring Maintenance Effectiveness: The Bulls and the Bears
AM-04-38 Planning and Optimization Best Practices
AM-04-39 Hydrocracking: Optimize Interstage Nitrogen to Maximize Run Length
AM-04-40 Revamping Diesel Hydrotreating for Ultra-Low Sulfur Using Iso-Therming Technology
AM-04-41 Analysis of NOx Reduction Techniques on an Ethylene Cracking Furnace
AM-04-42 Cleaning Packinox Heat Exchangers in Catalytic Reforming Service
AM-04-43 Integrated Strategy for the Timely Production of Clean Fuel Products
AM-04-44 The Role of Hydrogen in Clean Fuels Strategy
AM-04-45 Controlling FCC Yields and Emissions UOP Technology for a Changing Environment
AM-04-46 New Solutions for Light Paraffin Isomerization
AM-04-47 Western Canadian Crude Oil Supply and Markets, 2003-2010
AM-04-48 The Role of Oxidative Desulfurization in an Effective ULSD Strategy
AM-04-49 Advanced Solutions for Paraffins Isomerization
AM-04-50 Challenge for Clean Fuels: Managing Hydrogen to Achieve Ultra-Low Sulfur Targets
AM-04-51 Early Planning to Evaluate Alternatives for a Complex Refinery Shutdown
AM-04-53 What Happens In The FCC Stripper?
AM-04-55 Offsetting the Cost of Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel
AM-04-58 The Evolving Role of Fluid Catalytic Cracking in the Petrochemicals Market
AM-04-59 A Revealing Look at FCC Catalysts: Profitable Operation with “Opportunity” Feeds
AM-04-60 New Catalyst Technologies for Increased Hydrocracker Profitability and Product Quality
AM-04-61 Web-Based Performance Optimization
AM-04-62 Increase Hydrogen Production Using KBR’s KRES Technology
AM-04-64 Feedstock Supply and Inventory Best Practices
AM-04-65 Challenges When Processing Heavy Crude Oil
AM-04-66 Building an Enterprise View of Risk Management in the Context of Reliability
AM-04-68 THE ALL-HYDROPROCESSING ROUTE GROUP II AND GROUP III BASE OILS: ONE COMPANY’S EXPERIENCE
AM-04-69 DELAYED COKER REVAMPS: REALIZATION OF OBJECTIVES
AM-04-70 Rapid Transformation to Operational Excellence
AM-04-77 GTL Base Oils: Drivers and Impacts
AM-05-07 The Role of FCC Additives in the Production of Clean Fuels
AM-05-08 Experience Gained Implementing ULSG and ULSD Projects in Europe
AM-05-09 Petroleum Coke Gasification Applications for Refinery Co-Production of Power, Steam and Hydrogen
AM-05-11 Prospects for an Expanded Marketplace for Canadian Crude
AM-05-12 Opportunities from Unique Crude Qualities and New Trade Patterns
AM-05-13 Mark Wilson, GE Infrastructure, Water and Process Technologies, Warrington, PA
AM-05-14 Nebula Catalyst Provides Proven Economic Returns
AM-05-15 Catalyst Advancements To Increase Reliability & Value of ULSD Assets
AM-05-16 Axens Advanced Catalyst Engineering
AM-05-17 Custom Catalyst Systems for Meeting ULSD Regulations
AM-05-18 ULSD with BRIMTM Catalyst Technology
AM-05-19 Review of Cansolv® SO2 Scrubbing System’s First Commercial Operations in the Oil Refining Industry
AM-05-20 Cost Effective Technology for SOx Removal: Fluor SOx Processes
AM-05-21 Additives Achieve Ultra-Low FCCU Emissions
AM-05-22 Compact Low NOx Burner
AM-05-24 Meeting EPA Consent Decree Compliance with DynaWave Scrubbing
AM-05-25 Stripper Technology: How to Get More Profits from FCC Units
AM-05-26 Integrating Albemarle RESOLVE Desulfurization Technology with Novel Petro-Canada Process Concepts in Commercial FCCU Operations
AM-05-27 Clean Burning Isooctene/Isooctane in the Midst of MTBE Phase-out & Ethanol Mandate
AM-05-28 Economic Evaluation of Production and Blending of Isooctene and Isooctane Produced by Isobutylene Dimerization
AM-05-29 Gasification: Helping Refiners Improve Their Operating Margins
AM-05-30 Options for Revamp of Hydrogen Plants
AM-05-31 Hydrogen Purification in Hydroprocessing
AM-05-32 Driveline Fluids—Thermal Management Challenges & Impacts on Base Oil and Additive Technologies
AM-05-33 Report on the LABSORB™ Regenerative SO2 Scrubbing System Application at the ENI S.p.A. Refinery FCCU in Sannazzaro, Italy
AM-05-34 ATF: Where Has All The Group I Gone?
AM-05-35 Redefining Refining: Where Do We Go From Here?
AM-05-37 Understanding Operational Risk in Petroleum Downstream: Best Practices to Reduce Operational Risk
AM-05-38 The Role of Wireless in Refining: Communications in the Refinery of the Future
AM-05-39 Maximizing Premium Base Oil Yields and Viscosity Index with All-New ISODEWAXING® Catalyst
AM-05-41 Boost Your Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Margin
AM-05-42 Economic Route to Process Challenged and Opportunistic Crudes
AM-05-43 Securing the Process Control Network from CyberTerrorists
AM-05-45 A Crude Atmospheric Tower Revamp
AM-05-46 Facility Equipment Review and Integrity Management
AM-05-47 A Non Capital Approach To Developing An Effective Reliability Enhancement Program
AM-05-51 Operations Knowledge to Action
AM-05-52 RFCC to FCC - An Innovative Revamp Driven by Market Forces
AM-05-54 Raising the Performance Bar for Atmospheric Resid Hydroconversion Units
AM-05-55 A New Proxy for Coking Margins – Forget the Crack Spread
AM-05-56 Reduced Flare Emissions from Coker Blowdown Operation
AM-05-57 A Global Outlook for API Group III Base Stocks
AM-05-59 Global Resource Utilization for Operations Technical Support: A Case Study
AM-05-60 Meeting Gasoline Sulfur Requirements and Optimizing Unit Profitability
AM-05-61 Maximizing Propylene Production in the FCC Unit: Beyond Conventional ZSM-5 Additives
AM-05-66 Debottlenecking Hydrocrackers with NEBULATM Catalyst
AM-05-71 Maximizing Hydrocracker Performance using ISOFLEX Technology
AM-06-06 No Need to Trade ULSD Catalyst Performance for Hydrogen Limits: SmART Approaches
AM-06-07 Solutions to Common Problems in Scoping, Designing, Implementing and Operating ULSD Units
AM-06-08 Strategies for Converting High-aromatic Streams into Ultra-Low Sulfur Distillate
AM-06-09 Severe Gas Oil Hydrotreating Using IsoTherming
AM-06-10 Concepts for an Overall Refinery Energy Solution Through Novel Integration Of FCC Flue Gas Power Recovery
AM-06-11 FCC Operations Benchmarking: A Valuable Tool for Identifying Opportunities for Improved Profitability
AM-06-12 Development of a Refinery SOx Emission Reduction Strategy at the Chevron Canada Ltd.
AM-06-13 Double Riser FCC - An Opportunity for the Petrochemical Industry
AM-06-14 Design of a Crude/Vacuum Unit Revamp for Refinery Flexibility
AM-06-15 Refinery Repositioning
AM-06-16 Changing Refinery Configurations for Heavy and Synthetic Crude Processing
AM-06-17 Gasification for Refinery Applications
AM-06-18 Economic Extraction of FCC Feedstock from Residual Oils
AM-06-19 Lessons Learned from CSB Investigation of BP Texas City Accident
AM-06-20 Effective Procedural Operations Best Practices and Tools for Optimized Procedure Management and Execution
AM-06-22 Enterprise Best Practices Delivery
AM-06-23 Low Investment Energy Cost Reduction Methodology Consistently Delivers
AM-06-24 Natural Gas Supply & Demand
AM-06-25 Innovative Hydrocracker Fractionation Modification to Process High Sulfur Crude Feed
AM-06-26 LCO Hydrocracking at Moderate Pressure
AM-06-27 Integrated Hydrogen Solutions: Combining Hydrogen Recovery and Optimized Steam Reforming
AM-06-28 Markets for Canadian Oil Sands Products
AM-06-29 A New Approach for Heavy Oil and Bitumen Dilution
AM-06-30 New Electrostatic Technology for Desalting Crude Oil
AM-06-31 New Chemical Process Removes Crude Oil Contaminants
AM-06-32 Petrochemicals and the Price of Oil
AM-06-33 Middle East Petrochemical Producers: Do They Have a Competitive Advantage?
AM-06-34 Certainty of Outcome in Uncertain Times: Efficient Execution of Large-Scale Capital Projects in an Era of Rapid Growth
AM-06-36 Potential Impact of GTL Commercialization on the Fuels and Specialty Product Markets
AM-06-37 Refining Outlook 2006
AM-06-38 Impact of the Ethanol Mandate on U.S. Gasoline Supply
AM-06-39 Gasoline Production in the Post-Energy Bill, Benzene-Restricted World
AM-06-40 Catalytic Reformer Modifications to Increase Refinery Profitability at Frontier El Dorado Refining Company
AM-06-41 The AlkyClean® Alkylation Process: New Technology Eliminates Liquid Acids
AM-06-42 Succession Planning For the Maintenance Workforce
AM-06-43 The All Out War for Talent
AM-06-44 A Holistic Approach to Safety: Methodology for Improvement
AM-06-45 Commercial Experience In North American ULSD: Early Learnings and a Glimpse into the Future
AM-06-46 The Era of ULSD: New Challenges and Opportunities for Hydrocracking Processes
AM-06-47 ULSD: Ensuring The Unit Makes On-Spec Product
AM-06-48 Coke Drum Design: Reliability Through Innovation
AM-06-49 Asset Management: If You’ve Got It, Optimize It!
AM-06-50 Real-time Management of Condition-Based Plant Integrity
AM-06-51 Business Benefits of an Asset Performance Management Initiative
AM-06-53 A Refinery of the Future (Plant Automation View)
AM-06-54 ULSD Production, Prediction, and Monitoring with Advanced Simulation Tools
AM-06-55 Refinery Operational Planning Using Rigorous Optimization
AM-06-56 Cyber Security and Your Plant’s Bottom Line
AM-06-57 Temperature Accuracy and Low Sulfur Requirements
AM-06-58 Dexron®-VI: Automatic Transmission Fluid
AM-06-59 Moving to World Class Safety
AM-06-60 Trends in Lube Refining
AM-06-61 DynaWave Wet Gas Scrubbing: A New Alternative for Claus Unit Tail Gas Treating
AM-06-62 Shell Third Stage Separator Technology: Evolution and Recent Advances in Third Stage Separator (TSS) Technology for Applications in the FCC Process
AM-06-63 Shutdown, Revamp or Upgrade – The Big Question
AM-06-64 Upgrading Residuum to Finished Products in Integrated Hydroprocessing Platforms: Solutions and Challenges
AM-06-65 Commodity Management Strategies for Newest Challenges
AM-06-67 Advances in Food-Grade Lubricants
AM-06-68 Recent Commercial Experience in Improving Refinery Profitability with Grace Davison Alumina Sol Catalysts
AM-06-69 William Runkle, The Valvoline Company, Lexington, KY
AM-07-06 Clean Fuels: An Opportunity for Profitability
AM-07-07 Issues Associated With Larger Coke Drums
AM-07-08 Reducing Benzene in Gasoline:
AM-07-10 A New Development in Renewable Fuels:
AM-07-11 Accessing the Growing Production of Canadian Crude
AM-07-12 Getting Deep on Gulf of Mexico Supply Issues
AM-07-13 Rapid Cycle Pressure Swing Adsorption (RCPSA) for Hydrogen Recovery and Optimization
AM-07-14 Analyzing and Addressing the Clean Fuels and Expansion Challenge
AM-07-15 Making Sense of Changes in EIA Petroleum Supply and Demand Data
AM-07-17 Two New Alkylation Advances
AM-07-18 STRATCO® Alkylation Technology Improvements
AM-07-19 Controlling FCC Particulate Emissions: Low Microfines Applications Can Offer Refiners Control on Capital Expenditure and Maintain Superior Yields
AM-07-20 New Source Performance Standards Update
AM-07-21 Membrane Technology Treating Oily Wastewater for Reuse
AM-07-22 The Realities of Rising Costs
AM-07-23 Leading Indicators of Turnaround Performance Outcomes
AM-07-25 OSBL Considerations for Refinery Expansion Projects
AM-07-26 Ethanol Stress Corrosion Cracking
AM-07-27 High Quality Competitive Distillate Fuels from Coal-to-Liquids Processing
AM-07-28 Successful Revamp Solution for ULSD
AM-07-29 ExSact – A Step-Out Solid Acid Alkylation Technology
AM-07-30 Energy Saving Retrofit of a FCC Plant
AM-07-31 Effects of Mobility on Process Improvement and KPIs
AM-07-33 Suncor FCC Revamp – A Win-Win for the Environment and FCC Operation
AM-07-34 Evolution of Residual FCC Technology
AM-07-35 Low Investment Revamp Strategies Boost FCC Performance
AM-07-36 Radiotracer Test of FCC Riser Separation System
AM-07-38 Alberta Energy Supply Solutions
AM-07-39 Refinery & Petrochemical Integration
AM-07-40 Unlocking High Value Xylenes from Light Cycle Oil
AM-07-42 Identifying and Managing Legacy Gaps in Your Organization
AM-07-43 Managing Pentanes in a Low RVP Gasoline Environment
AM-07-44 EPA Consent Decrees: Progress on FCC Implementation and Future Challenges
AM-07-45 Crude Oil Price Forecasting: A Statistical Approach
AM-07-46 Optimizing Your Naphtha Complex In A Low Benzene World
AM-07-47 Innovative Hydrocracking Applications For Conversion Of Heavy Feedstocks
AM-07-50 Science & Regulatory Challenges with Naphthalene
AM-07-51 Decision Support Solution For The Operational Improvement of Refinery Pre-Heat Trains
AM-07-53 Push Operations Integrity Boundaries In Hydroprocessing Units
AM-07-54 Improving Crude Unit Overhead System Reliability by Integrating Corrosion Transmitters into a Distributed Control System
AM-07-55 Balancing the Need for FCC Product HDS and Opportunities for Improving FCC Performance
AM-07-56 Refinery of the Future: Does the Board Operator Play a Role?
AM-07-57 Take Refinery Process Unit Cleaning Off the Turnaround Critical Path
AM-07-58 Meeting and Beating Consent Decrees
AM-07-59 Conducting a Successful Layers of Protection Analysis
AM-07-60 Why Cyber Security Is Going to Matter to C-Level Executives
AM-07-61 New Technology for High Temperature Furnace Fouling Control
AM-07-62 Solving Clean Fuels Production and Residuum Conversion through Hydroprocessing Integration
AM-07-63 FCC Propylene Production – Closing the Market Gap by Leveraging Existing Assets
AM-07-64 Cold Flow Additive Benefits to Distillate Blending and End-Use
AM-07-65 New Heat Exchanger Anti-Vibration Technologies Provide Significant Cost Savings and Improved Reliability
AM-07-66 The Effects of Specification Changes on Jet Fuel Outlook
AM-07-67 A Success Story: Significant Improvement In Hydrocracker Profitability
AM-07-68 New Reforming Catalysts Helps Refiners Cope with Greater Demand for Gasoline
AM-07-69 Identifying and Implementing Energy Saving Process Changes
AM-07-70 SNOW: An Innovative Technology For Styrene Synthesis
AM-07-71 Revamping and Upgrading Delayed Coker Units
AM-08-10 Options for Reducing Benzene in the Refinery Gasoline Pool
AM-08-11 Benzene Management in a MSAT 2 Environment
AM-08-12 Utility and Infrastructure Requirements for Gasoline Benzene Reduction Processes
AM-08-14 Benzene Reduction at Lowest Capital Cost
AM-08-15 Benzene Reduction in Motor Gasoline: Obligation or Opportunity?
AM-08-16 A New Technology for Reducing NOx Emissions from FCC Regenerators
AM-08-17 Tesoro FCC Regenerator Upgrade Project, Salt Lake City
AM-08-18 Regenerator Design to Minimize Catalyst Deactivation and Reduce Emissions
AM-08-19 Innovative FCC Regenerator Revamp Yields Higher Margins
AM-08-20 The Impact of Bitumen-Derived Feeds on the FCC Unit
AM-08-21 Capturing Value Through Optimization of FCC Catalyst Technology for Processing Opportunity Feedstocks Derived from Canadian Oil Sands
AM-08-22 CSB Investigations: “Lessons Learned”
AM-08-23 Improve Operator Situation Awareness with Effective Design of Overview Displays
AM-08-24 Delivering Process Safety Performance Indicators
AM-08-25 Reliability and Availability: Lifecycle Lessons from Functional Safety
AM-08-26 Mild Hydrocracking Using IsoTherming® Technology
AM-08-27 Fixed Bed Reactor Optimization through Novel Bed Support Design
AM-08-28 Improving the Operation of Desulphurization Units Using Advanced Process Control Technology
AM-08-29 Combining New and Old Technologies: Inlet Diffuser and Random Packing Dramatically Improve Reactor Performance
AM-08-30 Increased FCC Pretreatment Capability – How to Best Utilize in a Clean Fuel Facility
AM-08-31 New Oil Sands Upgrading Technologies Winnowing Promises
AM-08-32 Upgrading Heavy Oil & Bitumen: In the field or at the Refinery
AM-08-33 LC-FINING Options for Heavy Oil Upgrading
AM-08-34 Processing Oil Sands Crude In a Conventional Refinery
AM-08-35 Canadian Synthetic Crude Oil: Markets in Transition
AM-08-36 Strategies for Desalting Heavy Western Canadian Feedstocks
AM-08-37 Carbon and Energy Management: Innovative Approaches for a Responsible Energy Future
AM-08-39 Carbon Dioxide and Refining – Trends and Challenges
AM-08-40 Economics, CO2 Balance and Energy Efficiency of Biofuels Production
AM-08-41 Monitoring and Reducing a Refinery’s Carbon Footprint
AM-08-42 Improve Crude Selection by Better Understanding Crude Quality
AM-08-43 Cheyenne Yield Improvement Project – Recovering Maximum Diesel from Crude Oil Fractionation Process at Frontier Oil’s Cheyenne Refinery
AM-08-44 Diesel Recovery Options in Crude Unit Product Quality and Capacity Revamps
AM-08-45 Shell Gasification Technology: Generating Profit from the Bottom of the Barrel
AM-08-46 Tank Farm and Terminal Automation: Developing a Business Case
AM-08-47 Wireless Retrofits for Enhanced Plant Asset Management
AM-08-48 Stoichiometic Combustion Control for Reducing CO2 Emissions
AM-08-49 Managing Marine Logistics: What you don’t know CAN hurt you!
AM-08-50 FCC Catalyst Optimization: A Dynamic Approach for Today’s Changing Feedstocks & Refinery Economics
AM-08-51 Effect of Hydrocarbon Partial Pressure on Propylene Production in the FCC
AM-08-52 Pilot Plant Evaluation of FCCU Catalyst Technology and Use of Data for Commercial Catalyst Application
AM-08-53 Maximizing Flexibility for Maximum Propylene FCC’s
AM-08-54 MILOS – Shell’s Ultimate Flexible FCC Technology in Delivering Diesel/Propylene
AM-08-55 Value Engineering in an Escalating Business Environment
AM-08-56 The Potential Contribution of Coal-to-Liquids Technology to the US and Global Energy Pool
AM-08-57 A Fresh Look at Project Evaluation and Execution
AM-08-58 Maximizing Value for Refinery Orphan Products
AM-08-59 Gasoline or Diesel?
AM-08-60 Solomon’s Net Cash Margin Measurement, Management, and Maximization® (NCM³®) Methodology for Refinery Energy Efficiency
AM-08-61 Rapid Excel® Modeling for the Optimization of Refinery Energy Systems
AM-08-62 Economics of Refinery Energy Saving Projects in a Changing Market
AM-08-63 The Next Generation of Energy Management: How to Compete in a Carbon Constrained World
AM-08-64 Moving Marathon Oil to a Reliability Culture
AM-08-65 Inspection and Monitoring of Coke Drum For Life Extension and Safety
AM-08-68 Monitor & Control of Naphthenic Acid Corrosion to Profitably Process High Acid Opportunity Crude Oils
AM-08-69 Managing the Challenges of Complex Operations and Workforce Changes: Are You Ready?
AM-08-70 The Challenges and Rewards of Hiring Hourly Employees
AM-08-71 Operator Effectiveness Solutions
AM-08-72 Where Have All the Workers Gone?
AM-08-73 Rapid Cycle Pressure Swing Adsorption (RCPSA): A New, Low-cost Commercialized H2 Recovery Process
AM-08-74 Hydrogen Cost and Issues: Gasification vs. SMR
AM-08-75 Refinery Off Gas Treatment and Recovery – Challenges of Designing ROG Units
AM-08-77 Ethanol – Absorbing the Deluge
AM-08-78 How will Biofuels Challenge Petroleum Refining?
AM-08-79 Renewable Raw Materials for Fuels and Petrochemicals Production
AM-08-80 New Opportunities for Co-Processing Renewable Feeds in Refinery Process
AM-08-81 Converting Pyrolysis Oils to Renewable Transport Fuels: Processing Challenges & Opportunities
AM-08-82 It Is Not Your Grandfather’s Gasoline
AM-08-85 AM-08-85 Rerun and Off-Spec Product Recovery: New Opportunities with Industry Wide Benefits
AM-08-86 The Dawn of a New Age in Gasoline Blend Scheduling
AM-08-87 The Journey to Operational Excellence
AM-08-88 A New Process Approach to Hydrotreating Coker Naphtha
AM-08-90 Evolving Best Practices Through Simulation-based Training
AM-08-92 A Bold Move in Hydrocracking Catalyst Selection Resulted in a Record Run Length and Significant Boost in Hydrocracker Margins
AM-08-93 Results of Antifoulant in Delayed Coker Furnace
AM-08-94 Exponential Gains Through Incremental Change
AM-08-95 Optimal Pressure for Hydrocracking: Case study for Assessing Trade-offs
AM-08-96 Understanding and Implementing API RP753
AM-09-11 BEYOND ULSD: TECHNOLOGY ENHANCEMENTS TO IMPROVE DISTILLATE PRODUCT QUALITY
AM-09-12 HYDROCRACKING CATALYST DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIVE PROCESSING SCHEME
AM-09-13 ECONOMIC CONVERSION TO MAXIMIZE DISTILLATE PRODUCTION
AM-09-14 EXPERIENCES IN MAXIMIZING PERFORMANCE OF ULSD UNITS
AM-09-15 NEXT GENERATION BRIM™ CATALYST TECHNOLOGY
AM-09-17 ARE COAL LIQUIDS READY FOR REFINERIES?
AM-09-18 UNDERSTANDING THE QUALITY OF CANADIAN BITUMEN AND SYNTHETIC CRUDES
AM-09-19 CHARACTERIZATION AND CATALYTIC CRACKING OF SYNTHETIC CRUDE FEEDSTOCKS
AM-09-20 ORGANIC ACID STRUCTURE – A CORRELATION WITH CORROSIVITY
AM-09-22 LEVERAGING THE INSTALLED PROCESS AUTOMATION INFRASTRUCTURE AT SYNCRUDE CANADA LTD.
AM-09-23 APPLICATION OF SIMULATION MODELS IN OPERATIONS – A SUCCESS STORY
AM-09-25 TITLE-V MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION (WITH EFFICIENCY FEEDBACK CONTROL)
AM-09-26 SUCCESSFUL MIGRATION OF A LEGACY CONTROL SYSTEM
AM-09-27 NEXT GENERATION DECISION MAKING
AM-09-28 ADVANCED OPERATOR INTERFACE DESIGN
AM-09-29 WORKFORCE PLANNING FOR MAXIMUM RESULTS
AM-09-30 MITIGATING RISK THROUGH BETTER DECISION MAKING: CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES
AM-09-32 ONLINE CLEANING IMPROVES TURNAROUND AND OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
AM-09-33 MAXMIZING DIESEL IN EXISTING ASSETS
AM-09-35 UOP FCC DESIGN ADVANCEMENTS TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS
AM-09-36 A COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR REDUCING FCC NOx EMISSION
AM-09-37 NEW TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES IN FCC REGENERATOR EMISSIONS CONTROL
AM-09-38 AN ALTERNATIVE TO FCC FLUE GAS SCRUBBERS
AM-09-39 ENHANCING DESALTER PERFORMANCE TO SUCCESSFULLY PROCESS HIGH METAL CRUDES
AM-09-40 CANADIAN OIL SANDS CRUDES: WHAT GOES WHERE
AM-09-41 US CRUDE OIL IMPORTS – RECENT TRENDS AND THEIR IMPACT ON REFINING
AM-09-42 IDENTIFYING AND MITIGATING OPPORTUNITY CRUDE IMPACTS
AM-09-43 FACTORS THAT IMPACT CRUDE OIL PRICING
AM-09-44 HAVE WE GOT ENERGY TO SPARE? NOT ANYMORE
AM-09-45 HOLISTIC APPROACH TO REFINERY ENERGY MANAGEMENT – A FRESH LOOK
AM-09-46 ENERGY MANAGEMENT: A NEW IMPERATIVE
AM-09-47 APPLYING HIGH-EFFICIENCY PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS IN REFINERY SERVICE
AM-09-49 COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS AS A TRANSPORTATION FUEL: A THREAT TO REFINERS?
AM-09-50 THE REFINERY OF TOMORROW CENTERPIECE OF AN INTEGRATED ENERGY COMPLEX
AM-09-51 THE SULPHUR PARADOX
AM-09-52 COMMAND AND CONTROL MAKING THE BEST SECURITY DECISIONS
AM-09-53 FOULING CONTROL PROGRAMS REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION, CO2 EMISSIONS
AM-09-54 US REFINING – PROSPECTS FOR RECOVERY
AM-09-56 MANAGING COSTS FOR WORLD-CLASS CAPITAL PROJECT PERFORMANCE: LINKING OPERATIONAL AND FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR COMPLIANCE AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
AM-09-57 U.S. REFINING: CHANGING CONFIGURATION FOR NEW DEMAND REALITIES
AM-09-58 ARE REFINERY INVESTMENTS RESPONDING TO MARKET CHANGES?
AM-09-59 GOING BEYOND THE TRADITIONAL APPROACHES TO ASSESSING OPERATIONAL INTEGRITY
AM-09-60 IMPROVE ASSET RISK AND PROCESS SAFETY
AM-09-61 UPDATE ON DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS FOR PROCESS SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND FATIGUE PREVENTION
AM-09-62 PSM METRICS IN ACTION: REFINERY CASE STUDY
AM-09-63 HUMAN DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS: REDUCING THE COSTS, RISKS, AND LIABILITIES OF RATIGUE IN DOWNSTREAM OPERATIONS
AM-09-65 UPGRADING RESIDUES TO MAXIMIZE DISTILLATE YIELDS
AM-09-66 “STATE-OF-THE-ART” DELAYED COKING STRUCTURE FOR FRONTIER REFINING
AM-09-67 IMP’S PROCESS FOR HEAVY CRUDE OILS UPGRADING
AM-09-68 COMMERCIAL STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE MIDDLE DISTILLATES IN FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING
AM-09-69 OPPORTUNITIES FOR ON-DEMAND LCO MAXIMIZATION
AM-09-70 MORE THAN 60 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR FCC OPERATION
AM-09-72 RESID FCCU OPERATION DEMANDS NEW CATALYTIC SOLUTIONS
AM-09-73 OCTANE: WHO NEEDS IT? WHO WILL SUPPLY IT?
AM-09-74 REDUCTION OF AROMATICS AND BENZENE IN REFORMATES FROM SEMIREGEN REFORMERS FOR REFORMULATED GASOLINE PRODUCTION
AM-09-75 BENZENE MANAGEMENT VIA SATURATION AND ISOMERIZATION
AM-09-76 INTEGRATED COMPLEXES “THE COMPETITIVE DRIVING FORCE”
AM-09-77 HIGH-VALUE PRODUCT FROM LOW-VALUE ORPHAN STREAMS? A PARADIGM SHIFT
AM-09-78 DISTILLATE POOL MAXIMIZATION BY EXPLOITING THE USE OF OPPORTUNITY FEEDSTOCKS SUCH AS LCO AND SYNTHETIC CRUDE
AM-10-101 Ultra-Low SO2 Stack Emissions; What is Reality?
AM-10-102 Corporate Oversight of EHS Performance
AM-10-103 Using Reliability Analysis Techniques to Determine Environmental Emissions from Refinery Process Units and Utilities
AM-10-104 Wet Air Oxidation Treatment of Spent Caustic in Petroleum Refineries
AM-10-105 Mercury in Refinery Processes - PURASPECJMTM Purification Solutions
AM-10-106 An Overview of the FCCU SCR Experience at CITGO’s Lemont Refinery
AM-10-107 What is Happening Above Your Fluidized Bed? Tools to Maximize FCC Unit Reliability and Turnaround Cycles
AM-10-108 Keeping FCC Units on Track: Winning the Operation Race with an Innovative Cyclone Technology
AM-10-109 UOP FCC Innovations Developed Using Sophisticated Engineering Tools
AM-10-110 Co-Catalysts Provide Refiners with FCC Operational Flexibility
AM-10-111 Method to Measure Cyanide in Carbon Dioxide Rich FCCU Flue Gas
AM-10-112 Why Operators Keep Failing and the DCS Must Change!
AM-10-113 Creating a Sustainable, Self-Actualized Safety Culture
AM-10-114 Practical Steps to Improve Process Safety Culture at Refineries
AM-10-116 Unique Safety Approach to Tracking Personnel in the Plant Along with Hazardous Gas Information
AM-10-118 Situation Awareness for Refining and Petrochemical Process Operators – Not by Technology Alone
AM-10-119 Recruit, Train and Assess your Maintenance Organization of Tomorrow
AM-10-120 Craft Performance Improvement Using Mentoring Programs
AM-10-121 Continuous Improvement Achieved through Culture Change
AM-10-122 Meeting Today’s Challenges at the Shift Team Level
AM-10-123 Report on ANSI/API RP 755 –Fatigue Risk Management Systems For Personnel in the Refining & Petrochemical Industries
AM-10-127 Greenhouse Gas Compliance: A Moving Target
AM-10-128 Crude Oil Quality Considerations under Carbon Cap and Trade
AM-10-129 How will Climate Change and CO2 Mitigation Policy Affect your Refinery?
AM-10-131 Project Capital Cost – Review and Outlook
AM-10-132 Key Factors Influencing Future U.S. Refining Profitability
AM-10-134 US Refining – Opportunities in a Challenging Market Environment
AM-10-137 Real-time Compliance Flare Emissions Monitoring and Reporting
AM-10-138 Assessing the Impact of Safety Instrumented Systems on Column Pressure Relief Loads
AM-10-139 New Flare Technology Utilizing Low Pressure Steam
AM-10-141 Additional Hydrogen Production by Heat Exchange Steam Reforming
AM-10-142 Oxygen Enhanced Reforming: A Low Capital Cost Retrofit Solution to Debottleneck Hydrogen Plant Production Capacity
AM-10-143 Impact of Greenhouse Gas Legislation on Hydrogen Plant Design and Operation
AM-10-144 Hydrocracking Technology Innovations for Seasonal and Economic Flexibility
AM-10-145 Expand Hydrocracker Operating Window Through Process Equipment, Catalyst System and Operational Design
AM-10-146 Advance in Alkylation Technology
AM-10-147 Gasoline Benzene Reduction through ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company’s Reformate Alkylation Catalytic Technology: BenzOUTTM
AM-10-148 Advances in Naphtha Processing for Reformulated Fuels Production
AM-10-149 A Proven Cost Effective Light Gasoline Isomerization Option
AM-10-150 HF Alkylation Unit Conversion Options
AM-10-152 ULSD Catalyst Stability: Making the Cycle Length
AM-10-153 Ultrasound-Assisted Oxidative Desulfurization
AM-10-154 Impact of Processing Heavy Coker Gas Oils in Hydrocracking Units
AM-10-155 Increase Your Hydrocracker’s Robustness to Handle Challenging Feeds and Operations
AM-10-156 Algae’s Potential as a Major Fuel Producer
AM-10-158 Turning Over a New Leaf in Renewable Diesel Hydrotreating
AM-10-159 Renewable Hydroprocessing Technology and Refinery Integration Options
AM-10-160 Advances in Pyrolysis Technology Enable 2nd Generation Feedstock Applications for Renewable Power, Heat & Transport Fuels
AM-10-161 Mitigation of Delayed Coker Heater Fouling by the Application of C3’s MIST Technology to the Internal Diameter of Delayed Coker Heater Tubes
AM-10-162 Integrating Industry's Best Practice Technology into a New Coke Drum Facility
AM-10-163 Slurry Phase Residue Hydrocracking - a Superior Technology to Maximize Liquid Yield and Conversion from Residue & Extra Heavy Oil
AM-10-165 Residue Conversion Solutions to Meet North American Emissions Control Area and MARPOL Annex VI Marine Fuel Regulations
AM-10-166 Distillate Pool Maximization by Additional LCO Hydroprocessing
AM-10-167 The Benefits of Cat Feed Hydrotreating and the Impact of Feed Nitrogen on Catalyst Stability
AM-10-169 Unlocking the Potential of the ULSD Unit: CENTERA is the Key
AM-10-170 Crossing Frontiers in the Performance and Economic Return of ULSD Units
AM-10-171 New Resid FCC Catalyst Technology for Maximum Distillates Yield Demonstrated in Big West Oil’s Salt Lake City Refinery
AM-10-173 Optimizing & Troubleshooting the FCC Regenerator for Reduced Emissions
AM-10-174 FCC Opportunities at Lower Throughputs
AM-10-175 Commercialization of GO-ULTRA: Optimization of Kinetic Model and Review of FCCU Trials
AM-10-176 Reducing Energy Intensity – Strategic Planning Toward Carbon Limits
AM-10-177 Innovative Distillation Solutions for Improved Energy Efficiency
AM-10-178 Technologies for Improved Refinery Gas Utilization
AM-10-179 The Economics of Real-Time Energy Management
AM-10-180 Corporate Energy Optimization Initiative: Refinery Case Study
AM-10-ISSUES: Additional Threats – TSCA, CFATS, Tax and NSPS Initiatives
AM-10-ISSUES: Climate Change Aramagedon: A Primer on Current GHG Legislation, Regulation and Litigation
AM-11-01Multi-Stage Reaction Catalysts: A Breakthrough Innovation in FCC Technology
AM-11-02Jointly Developed FCC Catalysts with Novel Mesoporous Zeolite Deliver Higher Yields and Economic Value to Refiners
AM-11-04 Avoiding the Low Sulfur Diet – New Catalytic Ways to Cost-Effectively Reduce Product Sulfur and SOx Emissions
AM-11-05 Operation of the Holly Refining’s FCC SCR Unit in Tulsa, Oklahoma
AM-11-06 Creating Opportunities from Challenges: Maximizing Propylene Yields from Your FCC
AM-11-08 DCU Solids Handling Performance Improvement: Development of a Preventive Maintenance Model
AM-11-11 Measuring Your Operations Culture
AM-11-15 Benchmarking Industrial Safety Culture
AM-11-16 PROPER DESIGN AND OPERATION OF NHT CFE EQUIPMENT
AM-11-18 Predicting and Mitigating the Risk of Catastrophic Incidents
AM-11-19 Refinery Configurations for Maximum Conversion to Middle Distillates
AM-11-21 Balancing the Need for Low Sulfur FCC Products and Increasing FCC LCO Yields by Applying Advanced Technology for Cat Feed Hydrotreating
AM-11-27 National Petrochemical & Refiners Association 1667 K Street, NW Suite 700 202.457.0480 voice 202.457.0486 fax Regulatory Impacts on Atlantic Basin Gasoline Supply and Demand
AM-11-30 A Rising Tide of Product Imports May Derail a Potential Recovery for US Refineries
AM-11-31Planning For Uncertainty in a Challenging Environment
AM-11-33 Improving Profitability in the Era of Lower Utilization
AM-11-34 Social Media: Redefining Public Relations in Our Industry
AM-11-35 Twenty Questions: Identify Probable Cause of High FCC Catalyst Loss
AM-11-36 Catching Big Fish in Muddy Water: A Comprehensive FCC Revamp Study Identifies Major Reliability and Margin Improvements
AM-11-37 Achieving On-Stream Reliability at Tesoro’s Mandan FCC Unit
AM-11-38 Preventing the Most Common Environmental Excursions on the FCC
AM-11-39 Population Balance Modeling: A Useful Approach for Understanding FCC Unit Particulate Emission Generation Mechanisms
AM-11-41 Using a Novel Chemistry for Hydrogen Sulfide Abatement in Asphalt
AM-11-42 Transforming HSE Performance It’s Not Harder than you Think
AM-11-43 Implementing a “Nobody Gets Hurt” Safety Culture
AM-11-44 Modularizing Emergency Procedures for Increased Ease of Use and Updating
AM-11-46 Unconventional Crude Oil Selection and Compatibility
AM-11-48 Bitumen Processing—A Guide to Crude Unit Revamps
AM-11-50 ADVANCED BIOFUELS: HOW MANY BARRELS WILL U.S. REFINERIES SEE?
AM-11-52 Bigger is Better: Industrial-scale Production of Renewable Diesel
AM-11-53 Isobutanol Provides a Renewable Solution to Optimize the Transportation Fuels Value Chain
AM-11-57 The Challenges & Opportunities of 10 ppm Sulfur Gasoline
AM-11-59 Reforming Solutions for Improved Profits in an Up-Down World
AM-11-60 Hydrogen Management in a GHG Constrained Refinery
AM-11-61 Optimization of Refinery Hydrogen Network Design and Revamping
AM-11-62 HYDROGEN SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVED PROFITS
AM-11-63 Refinery Off Gas Management‐ Finding the Most Efficient Concept for your Hydrogen Plant
AM-11-64 Improved Hydrogen Plant Design and Operations to Meet Today's Refining Challenges
AM-11-66 Improving Performance Through Time-Based Strategies
AM-11-67 New Developments and Best Practices in Automating Procedural Operations for Continuous Processes
AM-11-68 OPERATIONS SKILLS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
AM-11-71 Refinery Influent Water Supply Contamination
AM-11-73 A Standardized Approach to Designing and Implementing Safety Systems
AM-11-74 Cost Effective Technology for Organic Sulfur Removal from Refinery Fuel Gas
AM-11-77 USEPA Greenhouse Gas (GHG) BACT Implications and Implementation
AM-12-02 US Downstream Transformation to Global Export Centre
AM-12-04 Impact of US Shale Gas and Liquids on the Refining Sector
AM-12-05 Maximizing Petroleum Refining Profitability through Lean Excellence Program: A Case Study
AM-12-06 Improving Contractor Risk Management
AM-12-08 Addressing Tier 3 Specifications in a Declining Gasoline Market: Options for the Future
AM-12-09 CCR Reforming Reload Economics
AM-12-10 Where to From Here? Perspectives on the Global Petrochemicals Industry
AM-12-12 Gasoline Demand – Analysis and Outlook
AM-12-16 Risk-Based Approach to Evaluate Atmospheric Release from Pressure Relief Devices
AM-12-17 A Comprehensive Approach to Program Development, Integrity Management, and Long‐Term Compliance ‐‐ Tank Overfill Protection and Industry Implications
AM-12-18 Creating a Heightened Awareness of Safety Among Plant Personnel: How Marathon Petroleum Company LP is Improving its Safety Culture Using Wireless Technology and the Accenture Life Safety Solution
AM-12-23 Process Unit Cold Eyes Review
AM-12-28 Applying Low Rare Earth Technology in Demanding Fluid Catalytic Cracking Operation
AM-12-29 Alternatives to Rare Earth – Commercial Evaluation of REpLaCeRTM FCC Catalysts at Montana Refining Company
AM-12-34 Carbon Intensity Assessment of Gasoline and Diesel from Crude Oils, Bitumen and Synthetic Crude Oils in a European Context
AM-12-35 Heavy Oil Upgrading
AM-12-37 Shale Oil: the Key to American Energy Independence
AM-12-40 New process for Controlling Heavy Poly‐ Nuclear Aromatics (HPNA) in a Hydrocracker
AM-12-41 Hydroprocessing to Maximize Refinery Profitability
AM-12-42 Increase the value of your hydrocracker when making naphtha with Z-NP10
AM-12-43 Maximizing Diesel Production in the FCCCentered Refinery
AM-12-45 RFCC Units Set New Standards for Contaminated Resid
AM-12-46 How to Operate Your FCC in an Ultralow SO2 Emissions Environment
AM-12-47 The World's Next SOxy Super Model
AM-12-49 Hydrogen Management
AM-12-50 Recommended Practice for Valves Used in Hydrogen Service
AM-12-51 Reducing Hydrogen Production Costs Using Foster Wheeler s Terrace WallTM Reforming Technology
AM-12-52 Steam Methane Reforming Low Cost Efficiency Improvement
AM-12-53 Novel R&D Tools for the Development of Hydroprocessing Catalysts: Next Generation High Throughput Experimentation Systems
AM-12-54 Challenges with Synthetic Crude Processing ‐ Enabled with Increased Hydrotreating Performance
AM-12-55 Maximize Yields of High Quality Diesel
AM-12-57 Using FCC Feed Hydrotreating to Meet the New Challenges in the Brazilian Fuel Market
AM-12-58 Developing and Enabling the Next Generation of Refinery Process Engineers
AM-12-59 Field Coaching Leads to Organization Effectiveness
AM-12-61 The Resilient Plant: The Truth About Workforce Enablement
AM-12-63 Empowering Operations and Maintenance through Wireless Technologies
AM-12-64 Advanced Control of Multiple Sulfur Recovery Units
AM-12-65 Protecting Control Systems from Advanced Threats
AM-12-68 Operator Driven Reliability
AM-12-70 Reliability and Maintenance (RAM) The Path to World Class Performance
AM-12-71 Only You Can Prevent Mechanical Integrity Failures
AM-12-72 Coker Furnace On-Line Spalling. - The Devil is in the Details
AM-12-73 LC‐MAX and Other LC‐FINING Process Enhancements to Extend Conversion and Onstream Factor
AM-12-74 BEST COKE DRUM PRACTICES - Real World Improvements for Delayed Coker Safety and Reliability
AM-12-75 Debottlenecking a Delayed Coker to improve overall Liquid Yield and Selectivity towards Diesel Fuel
AM-12-77 Suncor Simplifies Implementation of Total Feed Controller for its No. 2 Crude Unit
AM-13-01 Best Practices for Achieving Maximum ZSM5 Value in the FCC
AM-13-02 Rare Earth Alternative - The Use of Phinesse™ FCC Catalyst at Shell Sarnia
AM-13-03 Rive Molecular HighwayTM Catalyst Delivers Over $2.50/bbl Uplift at Alon’s Big Spring, Texas Refinery
AM-13-04 Flexible Pilot Plant Technology for Evaluation of Unconventional Feedstocks and Processes
AM-13-05 Better Catalyst Evaluation Strategies for Maximizing FCCU Margins
AM-13-06 Solutions for FCC Refiners in the Shale Oil Era
AM-13-07 U.S. EPA Flare Enforcement Overview
AM-13-09 Gas-to-Liquids via Mild Hydrocracking
AM-13-10 Custom Catalyst Systems for Higher Yields of Diesel
AM-13-11 Successes Gained in Oil Sands Derived Feed Processing: A Customized Application of Research & Development
AM-13-12 Diesel Fuel Cold Flow Improvements Using Catalytic Dewaxing
AM-13-13 Impact of Flow Distribution and Mixing on Catalyst Utilization and Radial Temperature Spreads in Hydroprocessing Reactors
AM-13-14 Role of Bulk Metal Catalysts in Hydroprocessing Improvement
AM-13-15 Flare Mitigation – Case Study for the use of HIPS to Mitigate Flare Load to Avoid Construction of a New Flare
AM-13-16 Technology Application at Fired-Heaters and Boilers for Safer and Efficient Combustion
AM-13-17 Cooling Water Systems and Modeling
AM-13-18 FCCU Wet Scrubbing System Modifications to Reduce Air Emissions
AM-13-19 HCN Emissions in Fluid Catalytic Cracking
AM-13-21 Are Machines Better Than Humans in a Crisis?
AM-13-22 The Bottom Line: What Role Do Fired Heater Safety Systems Play?
AM-13-23 Pressure Relief Device Inlet Pressure Loss: A Primer
AM-13-24 Considerations for Effectively Managing Emergency Relief Systems Design
AM-13-25 Big Mechanical Integrity Failures – Six Case Studies: What You Can Do To Prevent Them
AM-13-26 A Look Inside: Improving Safety within Permit Spaces Utilizing a Centralized Confined Space Monitoring System
AM-13-27 Global Biofuels Outlook: Supply, Demand, Policies
AM-13-28 Competitive Threat of Renewable Gasoline
AM-13-29 Meeting Your Renewable Fuel Obligations in 2014
AM-13-31 Why California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard Matters To You
AM-13-32 Implications of the North American Oil Renaissance
AM-13-33 Characterizing and Tracking Contaminants in Opportunity Crudes
AM-13-34 Upgrading Oil Sands Bitumen Using FlexDS: Pilot Plant Performance and Economics
AM-13-35 The Impact of Resurgent North American Crude Production on Refining Crude Slate
AM-13-41 Going Beyond Functional Safety to Answer the Question: “How Safe is My Plant Operating?
AM-13-42 Reactor Effluent Air Cooler (REAC): Safety Through Design
AM-13-43 Stop Corrosion Under Insulation Before It Happens
AM-13-44 OSBL Line Inspection Tracking
AM-13-46 Options for Clad Metal in the Manufacture of Fuels and Petrochemicals
AM-13-47 Executive Overview Process Based Leadership® – Creating Focus, Urgency & Accountability
AM-13-48 How to Assess, Develop and Train Your Next Generation of Leaders
AM-13-49 Mitigating Risks of Chronic Skilled Construction Labor Shortage facing Major US Capital Projects
AM-13-50 The Capability - Demand Gap in US Refining and Petrochemical Console Operations
AM-13-51 Accelerated Capability Development
AM-13-52 Capitalizing on Shale Gas in the Downstream Energy Sector
AM-13-53 Shale Gas Monetization – How to Get Into the Action
AM-13-54 Benchmarking Shale Gas Monetization
AM-13-55 Problems and Solutions for Processing Tight Oils
AM-13-56 How Shale Hydrocarbons are Reshaping US Refined Products Markets
AM-13-58 Blending Modernization Projects in Chevron: Best Practices, Success Stories, Lessons Learned, and Future Plans
AM-13-61 Advantages of Wireless Valve Monitoring Technology
AM-13-62 Growing US Oil and Gas Production Set to Reshape Competitive Position of US Refineries
AM-13-63 Successful Export Centres – Potential Lessons for USGC
AM-13-64 Outlook for U.S. Refining and Products Markets
AM-13-65 Petrochemical Integration: Changing Markets, Changing Strategies
AM-13-66 Operational Excellence: The Key to Success for Oil and Gas
AM-13-67 Improve Your Delayed Coker’s Performance and Operating Flexibility with New OptiFuel Coker Additive
AM-13-68 Optimizing Refinery Light Ends Recovery
AM-13-69 Naphtha Train Optimization for the Next Decade
AM-13-71 Exploit Hydrotreating and Low Cost Hydrogen for Increased Profits
AM-13-73 The Path to Low Sulfur Bunkers
AM-13-74 Optimizing FCC – Pre-Treat Unit Operation To Reach Tier 3 Gasoline Sulfur Targets
AM-13-75 Gasoline Benzene Reduction Through Reformate Alkylation Catalytic Technology: BenzOUTTM
AM-13-76 Refiner Options for Dealing with the Coming NGL Tsunami
AM-14-02 RFS2 Version 2.0, Armageddon Averted
AM-14-06 Process Safety Site Assessment Program – Promoting a Culture of Process Safety
AM-14-08 The Human Side of Errors
AM-14-09 Networks Enhance Process Safety Performance
AM-14-11 Alarm Upgrades VIA Rationalization
AM-14-12 Will OPEC Sideline US Producers by Defeating Tight Oil?
AM-14-13 Challenges and Solutions for Processing Opportunity Crudes
AM-14-14 Distillation Heater Operation While Processing Tight Oil
AM-14-15 Challenges of Processing Feeds Derived from Tight Oil Crudes in the Hydrocracker
AM-14-16 Processing Tight Oils in FCC: Issues, Opportunities and Flexible Catalytic Solutions
AM-14-17 Diesel Hydrotreating Challenges & Opportunities when Processing Tight Oil
AM-14-18 Catalytic Solutions for Increasing Middle Distillate Yields and Managing Product Properties
AM-14-19 A New Hydrogenation and Volume Swell Catalyst Generation for Additional
AM-14-20 Catalyst Selection – A Refiner’s Perspective
AM-14-21 A Step Imbalance between Diesel Step-Wise Approach to Meeting the Growing and Gasoline Production
AM-14-23 Capturing Maximum Values for Processing Tight Oil Through Optimization of FCC Catalyst Technology for Processing Tight Oil
AM-14-24 Shale Gas-Driven Wave of New Petrochemical Plants in North America is Opportunity for Refiners
AM-14-25 Advances in Propylene Maximization from the FCC Unit
AM-14-26 Take ACTIONTM - to Maximize Distillate and Alky Feed from your FCC Unit
AM-14-27 FCC Additive Improves Residue Processing Economics with High Iron Feeds
AM-14-28 Implementation of State-of-the-Art FCC Technology for Improved Reliability and Profitability at Deer Park Refinery
AM-14-29 Dividing Wall Column Technology Hydrocarbon Separations for Efficient
AM-14-31 Semantic Procedure Analysis
AM-14-32 Planning, Design, and Implementation of the Automation System for the Marathon Petroleum Detroit Refinery Expansion
AM-14-33 Innovation Leads to New Solids Management Technology
AM-14-34 Petrochemical Landscapes: The Blessing and Curse of the Shale Revolution
AM-14-35 Optimizing Naphtha Complexes in the Tight Oil Boom
AM-14-36 Gasoline Production in the Age of Shale Oil, Renewable Fuel Mandates, and Tier 3 Regulations
AM-14-37 Tier 3 Capital Avoidance with Catalytic Solutions
AM-14-38 Advances in Cracked Naphtha Hydrotreating
AM-14-39 Shale Gas Boom and Tight Oil – A New Era for the Refining Industry
AM-14-40 Has the Boom Gone Bust?
AM-14-41 The Effect of Crude by Rail on Refining and Logistics
AM-14-42 Changing Crude Qualities and Their Impacts on U.S. Refinery Operations
AM-14-43 Tracking and Auditing the Impact of New Crudes on Refinery Operability and Profitability
AM-14-44 Capital Project Breakpoints for Recovering Light Hydrocarbons and Hydrogen from Refinery Fuel Gas
AM-14-45 Improving Cooling Monitoring and Analysis Tower Operation Through Monitoring and Analysis
AM-14-46 The Seven Deadly Sins of Sour Water Stripping
AM-14-47 Amine System Improvements Drive Refinery Gains
AM-14-48 Caustic Scrubber Designs for H2S Removal from Refinery Gas Streams
AM-14-49 Trends in U.S. Refined Product Supply/Demand Balances
AM-14-50 Canadian Tidewater Access – Implications for the U.S.
AM-14-51 World Best Refineries
AM-14-53 Can U.S. Refiners Invest for Success?
AM-14-54 Hydrogen Generation and Production Trends
AM-14-56 CO2 Emissions from Hydrogen Plants: Understanding the Options
AM-14-57 Optimal Hydrogen Management at Minimal Costs Utilizing High-Performance Catalysts for Refineries
AM-14-59 Natural Gas in Transportation: The Impact on Oil Demand in the U.S. and Beyond
AM-14-61 Realization of Advanced Biofuels: Growing the Supply of Renewable Diesel Fuel
AM-14-62 How to Make Anything in a Catalytic Cracker
AM-14-64 Sink or Swim? How to Thrive in the Flood of Tight Oils
AM-14-67 Using your Big Data to Improve Operations and Asset Reliability
AM-14-68 The Strategic Approach to Operational Excellence in Highly Hazardous Operations
AM-14-71 The Path to World Class Reliability Performance
AM-14-74 Dewaxing Challenging Paraffinic Feeds in North America
AM-15-02 Preparing for the Next Wave of Environmental Regulations: Rationalization and Mitigation Options for Proposed EPA-HQ-OAR-2010-0682
AM-15-03 Review of Uncertainties Associated with Fenceline Monitoring and the Residual Risk Rule
AM-15-05 Process Safety Site Assessment Program – Trends and Learnings 3 years Later
AM-15-06 The Top Ten Reasons for Fixed Equipment Mechanical Integrity Failures in the Hydrocarbon Process Industries
AM-15-07 Operator Situation Awareness & Delivering ASMcompliant High Performance HMIs: Failure Modes and Success Factors
AM-15-10 A Fresh Look at Complexity and Behaviors
AM-15-11 Implications of Changing US Crude Oil Export Policy
AM-15-12 Increased Production of Light Tight Crude Oil: Implications for Changes in Product Flows
AM-15-13 Investment Options for Crude and Condensate Stabilization and Splitting
AM-15-14 Strategies to Mitigate Complications Associated with Unconventional Crudes in the Wastewater Treatment Plant
AM-15-15 Adapting to a Tight Oil World
AM-15-16 Tight Oils – Design Approach for Improved Reliability and Performance in the Crude Preheat Train
AM-15-18 Advances in Alkylation – Breaking the Low Reaction Temperature Barrier
AM-15-19 Biological Wastewater Treatment for Hydrocarbon Removal
AM-15-20 Alkylating Refinery Grade Propylene
AM-15-21 Turning a Tier 3 Profit
AM-15-24 Diesel Maximization: Putting a Straw on the FCC Feed
AM-15-25 New Hydrocracking Developments Demonstrate Lower Capex and Lower Opex Hydrocracker Designs and Revamps
AM-15-26 So You Want to Build a Refinery Hydrogen Plant?
AM-15-27 Hydrogen Perspectives for 21st Century Refineries
AM-15-28 PSA Technology: More than a Hydrogen Purifier
AM-15-29 An Innovative Approach Catapults Refiners to the Next Level in FCC Catalyst Selection
AM-15-30 Generating Value with FCC Catalyst Innovation at Placid Refining
AM-15-32 Increasing Butylenes Production from the FCC Unit through Rive’s Molecular HighwayTM Technology
AM-15-33 Changing FCC Chemistry to Produce Low-aromatic Mid Distillates in High Yield
AM-15-35 Operator Ownership Leads to Continuous Improvement in Reliability
AM-15-37 When is a Turnaround Too Big to Succeed?
AM-15-38 Continuous Corrosion Monitoring
AM-15-39 Cost-Effective Refinery Expansion Enables Lighter Crude While Maximizing ULSD
AM-15-40 Lessons Learned, Techniques, and Recommendations for Improving Effectiveness for Owner’s Capital Project Teams
AM-15-42 Capital Cost Estimating: Time for a Change
AM-15-43 Energy Efficiency in Capital Projects
AM-15-44 Best Practices in Enterprise-wide Operations Management
AM-15-45 Accurate Petroleum Properties Estimation for Optimization of Refinery Operations
AM-15-46 Flare Reduction Programs
AM-15-47 Game Changing Sustainable Improvement in Refinery Operations
AM-15-48 Mode Based Alarm Solutions at Syncrude Canada
AM-15-49 Addressing the Energy Industry Talent Gap
AM-15-50 Global Uncertainties and the Strategic Implications for US Refiners
AM-15-51 Rebalancing Worldwide Crude Flows from North American Tight Oil Crude Growth
AM-15-52 Trends in Refined Products Supply with the Evolving North American Energy Landscape
AM-15-54 Recent Gasoline Blending Optimization Project Experience at Valero
AM-15-55 Hydrocracking Reactor Control Best Practice
AM-15-56 Minimization of Operating Cost by Application of Combustion Control Systems at Fired-Heaters
AM-15-58 Flare Inspection by Unmanned Aircraft System
AM-15-60 Closing the GAP: Bringing Financial Clarity to Operational Decision Making
AM-15-61 Maximizing Margins by Minimizing “Value Leaks” through Real-Time Performance
AM-15-62 SmartPM for Effective Management of Crude Oil Refinery Preheat Trains and Other Networks Subject to Fouling
AM-15-63 SHARC® and CFD Assess and Validate Shell Puget Sound’s Profitable Reliability
AM-15-64 The Integration Paradigm: How Fuel Producers can Overcome Barriers to Entry into Petrochemical Markets
AM-15-65 So You Think You Know How ZSM-5 Works in the FCC?
AM-15-66 The Changing Face of US Aromatics
AM-15-67 GT-BTX®: Generating Aromatics from FCC Gasoline
AM-15-68 Growing US Natural Gas Liquids Production: New Opportunities for Refiners
AM-15-69 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Treating Throughput Improvement Using Amine Solvent Technologies
AM-15-70 Predicting Corrosion Rates in Amine and Sour Water Systems
AM-15-71 Iron Sulphide: Friend or Foe?
AM-15-72 Unload the SRU to Reduce Plugging Problems and Operating Costs
AM-15-73 Innovative Process for Multipoint Injection of SO2 in Claus SRU to Increase Capacity
AM-15-74 What Bunker Fuel for the High Seas? Potential Impact on the Refining Industry
AM-15-75 Heavy Oil Import for Delayed Coking Feed
AM-15-76 Coke Drum Feed Entry Design Considerations – Single versus Dual Entry
AM-15-77 Vacuum Bottoms Upgrading: Add Hydrogen, Reject Carbon, or Do Both?
AM-15-78 Maximum Value Addition with LC-MAX and VRSH Technologies
AM-16-01 Increasing Refinery Product Slate Flexibility via Revamping the Cat Feed Hydrotreater
AM-16-02 Premium Products and Upgrades Using HDC Catalyst Systems
AM-16-03 Refinery Yield Flexibility through Hydrocracking Technology
AM-16-04 New Technologies for Hydrocracking and Diesel Hydrotreating
AM-16-05 Adapting Quickly to the Changing Refining Market and Regulations
AM-16-06 Kinetic Insights Drive Improved Hydrotreater Performance
AM-16-07 Five Large Mechanical Integrity Losses - The What, Why, & How They Happened
AM-16-08 Following Procedures Can Save Lives
AM-16-09 Process Event Avoidance: Using Identification of Process Faults to Avoid Abnormal Process Events
AM-16-10 Using a Data-driven Method of Accident Analysis: A Case Study of the Human Performance Reliability Process
AM-16-11 Beyond Management Systems: Achieving Operational Excellence
AM-16-12 High Reliability Organizations - Managing Risk in Complex Operating Environments
AM-16-13 New and Old Equations Tie Together 75 Years of FCC Standpipe Experience
AM-16-14 The Changing Impact of Coke on Catalyst in FCC Operations
AM-16-15 Identifying the Root Cause of Afterburn in Fluidized Catalytic Crackers
AM-16-16 Combating the Negative Effects of Iron in the FCC at Philadelphia Energy Solutions
AM-16-17 BoroCat An Innovative Solution from Boron based TEchnology Platform for FCC Unit Performance Improvement
AM-16-18 Breakthrough Methods for Evaluation of Metals Poisoning in FCC Catalyst
AM-16-19 How Real is the Peak in US Gasoline Demand
AM-16-20 The Light Naphtha Surplus and the Potential Impact of Tier 3 Sulfur
AM-16-22 Successful Start-up of the First Solid Catalyst Alkylation Unit
AM-16-23 Solutions for Producing Higher Octane Gasoline
AM-16-24 Best Practices in Motor Gasoline Blending
AM-16-27 Levelling Up: Progress from Operator Training to Competency Management
AM-16-28 What's Next for US Coking Units
AM-16-29 Hydrocracking Difficult Residue-derived Vacuum Gas Oils
AM-16-30 EnvironmentalSolutions to Coke Drum Quenching
AM-16-54 Adapting Petrochemical Processes for Enhancing Tier 3 Gasoline Blending Options
AM-17-01 What Happens to US Refineries When Demand Declines?
AM-17-02 Can US Refiners Snatch the Global Bunker Crown?
AM-17-03 The Impact of New Fuels and New Vehicles on the Refining Industry
AM-17-04 The New Dynamics in Downstream: A Clockspeed Dilemma
AM-17-05 Asphalt in a Changing Market Environment
AM-17-07 ISOALKYTM Technology: Next Generation Alkylate Gasoline Manufacturing Process Technology
AM-17-08 Higher Octane Gasoline via Olefins Management and Alkylation
AM-17-10 A New Era in Alkylation - BTA & PTA
AM-17-11 From C3 to C5 Feedstocks, Alkylation Units Are Being Designed for Greater Flexibility to Take Advantage of Market Dynamics
AM-17-13 Canadian Oil Sands at the Crossroads: Can Its Tremendous Potential Still be Realized?
AM-17-16 Eni Slurry Technology: Maximizing Value from the Bottom-of-the-Barrel
AM-17-17 Crude Oil Fingerprinting and Advanced Predictive Analytics
AM-17-19 A Response to Irrational Environmental Regulations
AM-17-20 Meeting New Fuel Requirements – Providing a Compass in Uncertain Times
AM-17-21 Operating Refineries in a High Cost Environment - Options for RFS Compliance
AM-17-23 The Future of Gasoline: The Growing Linkages Between, Café, Octane and Ethanol
AM-17-25 1.2 Million B/D Margin Improvement Opportunity at U. S. Refineries
AM-17-26 Leveraging the Cloud to Drive Complex-wide Profitability
AM-17-27 Prepare, Produce, Profit: Debottlenecking Refineries through Comprehensive Feedstock Preparation
AM-17-28 Strategies for Fouling Abatement
AM-17-29 Improved Refinery Margins through Feedstock Management
AM-17-30 Utilizing Cheap Gas to Maximize Refinery Profits in North America
AM-17-31 Enhancing Refinery Reliability and Availability through Online Corrosion Monitoring
AM-17-32 New Perspectives on Refinery Corrosion, Integrity Management, Communications and Optimizing Opportunity Crudes
AM-17-33 Minimum Disruption Plan (MDP) to Asset Life Extension
AM-17-34 The Importance of Pyrometer Temperature Measurement Corrections to Safe and Reliable Reformer Operation
AM-17-35 Hydroprocessing and Hydrocracking DAO: Achieving Unlimited Cycle Lengths with the Most Difficult Feedstocks
AM-17-36 Leveraging Hydrocracking to Upgrade Heavy, Low Value Streams
AM-17-37 Repurposing Existing Hydroprocessing Assets to Maximize Refinery Gross Margin
AM-17-38 Understanding Catalytic Solutions for Increasing Middle Distillate Yields
AM-17-39 Explosive Rate Increases Using Shaped Charges
AM-17-40 Novel Approaches to Controlling Contaminant Levels in Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO)
AM-17-42 Improve Energy Efficiency of DWCs with Overhead Heat Integration
AM-17-45 Improvements in FCCU Operation through Controlled Catalyst Withdrawals at a Marathon Petroleum Refinery
AM-17-46 Performance Assessment of Feed Nozzle Upgrades
AM-17-47 Motiva Unlocks Value in the FCCU through an Innovative Catalyst Solution from Rive and Grace
AM-17-48 An Action Plan to Improve FCC Unit Performance at the Marathon Galveston Bay Refinery
AM-17-49 Iron Poisoning Investigations Enable Opportunities for Success
AM-17-50 ICS Cybersecurity: Protecting the Industrial Endpoints that Matter Most
AM-17-51 Cyber security for Operational Technology – Lessons Learned, from Super Majors to Independents
AM-17-54 Life Cycle Management for Non-SIS IPL’s
AM-17-56 Process Safety Site Assessments – MI Results – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
AM-17-57 What is Your SIS Doing when You’re Not Watching?
AM-17-59 Leadership’s Role in Catastrophic Incident Prevention: Developing Influence through the Principles of High Reliability Safety
AM-17-60 Characteristics of Sour Flare Gas Streams that Impact H2S Treatment Technologies
AM-17-61 Cost of Carbon – It’s Not Just Social Anymore…
AM-17-63 Implementing Membrane Bioreactor Technology to Upgrade Marathon Petroleum’s Detroit Refinery Wastewater Treatment
AM-17-66 The Building Blocks of Robust Hydroprocessing Unit Operations
AM-17-67 ART Commercialization of New 5th Generation ISODEWAXING® Catalyst
AM-17-68 Tailored Hydrocracking Catalysts for Demetallized Oil Service
AM-17-69 Refining Canadian Bitumen and Intermediate Ebullated Bed Hydrocracking Products
AM-17-71 New Technology Addresses Operator Training Challenges
AM-17-73 Implementing Best Practice Shutdown, Turnaround, Outages (STO) Strategies via Integrated Planning
AM-17-76 FCC Product Fractionation for Maximum LCO Production
AM-17-77 Improving FCC Economics through Computational Particle Fluid Dynamics Simulation
AM-17-78 Increase Propylene & Alkylate Production and Operational Flexibility through Low-Cost FCC Revamp
AM-17-80 Methaforming: Novel Process for Producing High-Octane Gasoline from Naphtha and Methanol at Lower CAPEX and OPEX
AM-17-81 Global Low Carbon Fuels & Vehicles Developments: What’s in Store for the Industry?
AM-17-83 Sulfur, Octane, and Petrochemicals
AM-18-02 Upcoming Changes to the RFS and Potential Impacts on Participants
AM-18-03 The Future is Here: Robotic Catalyst Removal
AM-18-05 First Commercial Methaformer
AM-18-09 Oil Demand from Light Vehicles: The Pressure from Fuel Efficiency and EV’s
AM-18-10 The Digital Process Unit: Integrating Advanced Kinetic Models
AM-18-11 How Big data Can Drive Operational Excellence
AM-18-12 Applying Predictive Analytics to Incident Prevention
AM-18-14 Open Process Automation: A Standards-Based Interoperable and Secure Control System Architecture
AM-18-20 Innovative ZoneFlowTM Technology Offers Breakthrough Solutions in Refinery Hydrogen Generation
AM-19-ISSUES5 Growing Earnings in Times of Change: A Case Study in Unlocking Refinery-Wide Value through High-Performance Catalysts
AM-19-TECH2 Advances in Crude to Chemicals
AM-19-TECH4 Process Safety Site Assessment Program – Promoting a Culture of Process Safety
AM-19-TECH5 Adding Value and Efficiencies to Operations through Digitalization – Digitalization Value Creation
AM-19-TECH6 The Biofuels ISOCONVERSION™ Process Co- Processing
AM-19-TECH9 CNOOC Experience with the IsoTherming® Hydroprocessing Technology
AM-84-22 Three Years Fleeet Experience With Gasohol
AM-84-52 Hydrodesulfurization of Decant Oil-Pilot Plant Results
AM-86-20 Plastic Bottle: A Multi-industry Impact
AM-87-73 Recover and Purify Hydrogen Economically
AM-88-25 Octane Improvement in the 1990's
AM-88-57 Light Cycle Oil From...
AM-89-04 Restructuring of the World Oil Market
AM-89-05 Operations Task Management (OTM) TM Operating Experience Update
AM-89-06 Future Role of Ethers in U.S. Gasoline
AM-89-07 Outlook for the Refining Industry
AM-89-09 Practical Experience and Results with an Advanced On-line Gasoline Blend Optimization System
AM-89-10 New Challenges in Producing High Octane Gasolines
AM-89-11 Gasoline Blending - Getting the Job Done Correctly
AM-89-12 Cost Effective Isomerization Options for Tomorrow's Light Gasoline Processing Requirements
AM-89-13 Strategies for Reducing FCC Gasoline Sensitivity
AM-89-14 A Commercial Route for Bottom of the Barrel Upgrading
AM-89-15 Operation of the Canmet Hydrocracking Process in a Conventional Refinery
AM-89-16 Heavy Oil Upgrading for the Future: The New Chevron Hydrotreating Process Increase Flexibility
AM-89-17 Commercial Success with a Cost-Effective Nickel Passivator
AM-89-18 Advances in Technologies for Residue Upgrading
AM-89-19 Technical and Regulatory Issues Associated with Sara Title III Compliance in the Petroleum Refining Industry
AM-89-20 Commercial Application of SCR Technology
AM-89-21 The B.E.S.T. Solvent Extraction Process Resource Recovery, Waste Miknimization, and Treatment in a Single Step Application to RCRA, CERCLA and TSCA Wastes
AM-89-22 Low Termperature Thermal Treatment (LT3) of Volatile Organic Compounds from Soil
AM-89-41 Beginning a Statistical Process Control Program
AM-91-06 OUTLOOK FOR REFINED PRODUCTS TO 2000
AM-91-07 INITIAL RESULTS FROM THE AUTO/OIL AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT RESEARCH PROGRAM
AM-91-08 THE EFFECTS OF REFORMULATED GASOLINE ON FEEDSTOCK MARKETS
AM-91-09 OPERATOR CERTIFICATION - A STEP TOWARD PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT
AM-91-10 RCRA AND CWA: WHAT WILL THE 1990’s HOLD?
AM-91-11 DSCOP PROCESS OF DISTILLATE SELECTIVE CRACKING ACCOMPANIED WITH OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION
AM-91-12 HYDROCRACKING FOR HIGH QUALITY DISTILLATES
AM-91-13 HYDROCRACKING CATALYST APPLICATIONS CRITERION/ZEOLYST APPROACH
AM-91-14 ON-LINE GASOIL BLENDING: AN IMPORTANT TOOL TO IMPROVE REFINING PROFITABILITY
AM-91-15 IMPACT OF CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS ON REFINERY PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION
AM-91-16 INTEGRATED OLEFIN PROCESSING
AM-91-17 C5 OLEFIN PROCESSING OPTIONS
AM-91-18 EXXON RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING SULFURIC ACID ALKYLATION TECHNOLOGY
AM-91-19 ALTERNATIVE C3+ RECOVERY SYSTEM TO FCCU OIL SCRUBBING PROCESS
AM-91-20 REFINERY K-WASTES CONVERSION TO FUELS AND ALTERNATIVES
AM-91-21 ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF REFORMULATED GASOLINE ON AIR QUALITY
AM-91-22 WET H2S CORROSION AND INHIBITION
AM-91-23 EVALUATION OF CONTAMINATED SOIL REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES AT PETROLEUM REFINERIES
AM-91-24 SCRUBBING BY SEAWATER A SITi4PLE METHOD OF REMOVING OF SO2 FROM FLUE GASES
AM-91-25 ON-LINE DATA MONITORING IMPROVES ANTIFOULANT PERFORMANCE
AM-91-26 IMPACT OF NEW OSHA SAFETY REGULATIONS ON REFINERY OPERATIONS
AM-91-28 HYVAHL F VERSUS HYVAHL M, SWING REACTOR OR MOVING BED
AM-91-29 NEW REFORMER CATALYST FOR CYCLIC AND CONTINUOUS REGENERATION
AM-91-30 FEDERAL POLICIES GOVERNING USED OIL
AM-91-31 VERY HIGH VISCOSITY INDEX BASE STOCKS
AM-91-32 THE QUEST FOR NM-MA TC-WIII TWO-CYCLE ENGINE’OILS
AM-91-33 CATALYST AND PROCESSING OPTIONS FOR CLEANER GASOLINE
AM-91-34 REFORMULATED GASOLINE: THE ROLE OF CURRENT AND FUTURE FCC CATALYSTS
AM-91-35 DIESEL BY SYNSAT LOW PRESSURE/LOW COST/LOW AROMATICS
AM-91-36 BENZENE REDUCTION ALTERNATIVES
AM-91-37 OPTIMIZING FCC OPERATIONS USING PRETREATMENT TO MEET FUTURE MARKET CHALLENGES
AM-91-38 IFP DEEP HYDRODESULFURIZATION AND AROMATICS HYDROGENATION OF STRAIGHT RUN AND PYROLYSIS MIDDLE DISTILLATES
AM-91-39 COLOR DEGRADATION OF DIESEL FUEL IN DEEP DESULFURIZATION
AM-91-40 FLUID CRACKING CATALYST DEMETALLIZATION COMMERCIAL RESULTS
AM-91-41 WORLDWIDE SUPPLY AND DEMAND OF LUBRICANTS
AM-91-42 SYNTHETIC CRUDE OIL: A UNIQUE REFINERY FEEDSTOCK
AM-91-43 NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR FCC RESID PROCESSING
AM-91-44 THE SIMPLIFIED APPROACH TO RESIDUAL OIL UPGRADING
AM-91-45 REVAMPING VACUUM UNITS FOR HVGO QUALITY AND CUTPOINT
AM-91-46 OXYGENATES IN GASOLINE --THE'90 DECADE
AM-91-47 OXYGENATES IN REFORMULATED GASOLINE
AM-91-48 CHINA MTBE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
AM-91-49 INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE CONVERSION OF BUTANES INTO MTBE
AM-91-50 ULTIMATE C,/C, OLEFIN PROCESSING SCHEME FOR MAXIMIZING REFORlMULATED GASOLINE PRODUCTION
AM-91-51 MAGNETIC SEPARATION ENHANCES FCC UNIT PROFITABILITY
AM-91-52 Automotive Fuels For an Improved Environment - How Does MTBE Contribute?
AM-91-53 NEW MATRIX IMPROVES FCC CATALYST SELECTIVITY
AM-91-54 ISOBUTANE DEHYDROGENATION BY CATOFIN AS FEED FOR MOTOR FUEL ETHER
AM-91-55 HYDROTREATING VACUUM AND COKER GAS OILS FROM HEAVY VENEZUELAN CRUDES FOR FCCU FEEDSTOCK
AM-91-56 LC-FINING UPGRADES ATHABASCA BITUMEN
AM-91-57 ADVANCED MATRIX TECHNOLOGY FOR FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING
AM-91-58 H2S IN RESIDUAL FUEL - THE CURRENT CONCERN
AM-91-59 APPLICATION OF RELIABILITY ENGINEERING TO IMPROVE ON-STREAM PERFORMANCE AND REDUCE COSTS IN PLANT CAPITAL INVESTMENT PROJECTS
AM-91-60 EFFECT OF USING FRESH OR REGENERATED NiMo CATALYSTS ON COKER GAS OIL HYDROTREATING
AM-91-61 HyTEX: A NOVEL PROCESS FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION
AM-91-62 HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING VIA HIGH TEMPERATURE THERMAL DISTILLATION
AM-92-04 CLEAN AIR ACT BRINGS BOTH PRODUCT FUNGIBILITY PROBLEMS AND STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES
AM-92-05 Refining Options and Gasoline Composition 2000
AM-92-06 FCCPROCESSTECHNOLOGYFORTHE1990'S
AM-92-07 MTBE SUPPLY/DEMAND IMPACT ON REFINERS IN THE 1990s
AM-92-08 WATER REUSE WITHIN A REFINERY
AM-92-09 PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION IMPACTS OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT
AM-92-10 AIR TOXICS THE NEW AIR POLLUTION CONTROL REQUIREMENTS
AM-92-11 THERMAL TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTES
AM-92-12 Cement Kiln Recycling: An Innovative Approach to Waste Management
AM-92-13 FLUID CAT CRACKING - FIFTY YEARS AGO AND TODAY
AM-92-15 Catalytic Effects on the Sulfur Distribution in FCC Fuels
AM-92-16 PLATFORMING IN THE REFORMULATED GASOLINE ERA
AM-92-17 OFFSETTING THE COST OF LOWER SULFUR IN GASOLINE
AM-92-18 DEEP HYDRODESULFURIZATION OF STRAIGHT RUN GAS OIL
AM-92-19 UPDATE ON DIESEL DEEP DESULFURIZATION/AROMATICS SATURATION BY SYNSAT PROCESS
AM-92-20 HYDROTREATING OF LIGHT CYCLE OIL
AM-92-21
AM-92-22 COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE FOR DEEP DESULFURIZATION WITH KETJENFINETM 752
AM-92-23 BIOREMEDIATION: IN-SITU AND EX-SITU APPLICATIONS FOR REFINERIES
AM-92-26 OLEFINS UTILIZATION AND OXYGENATE PRODUCTION
AM-92-27 THE PHILLIPS STEAM ACTIVE REFORMING (STAR) PROCESS FOR THE DEHYDROGENATION OF C3, C4 AND C5 PARAFFINS
AM-92-28 HYDRATION OF PROPYLENE TO DIISOPROPYL ETHER-A NEW SOURCE OF FUEL OXYGEN
AM-92-29 COMMERCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE HOUDRY CATOFINTM PROCESS
AM-92-31 API BASE OIL INTERCHANGEABILITY GUIDELINES FOR NEW API ENGINE OIL LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION SYSTEM
AM-92-33 AN OVERVIEW OF CMA PETROLEUM ADDITIVES PRODUCT APPROVAL CODE OF PRACTICE
AM-92-34 REFINERY AND CHEMICAL PLANT WASTE DESTRUCTION THROUGH HEAVY OIL PROCESSING IN THE TEXACO GASIFICATION PROCESS
AM-92-35 RESIDUAL OIL UPGRADING AND WASTE PROCESSING IN THE VCC DEMONSTRATION PLANT
AM-92-36 THE ROLE OF DELAYED COKING IN A CLEAN FUELS ENVIRONMENT
AM-92-37 HIGH SEVERITY SOAKER CRACKING
AM-92-38 Z-FORMING PROCESS: CONVERSION OF LPG AND LIGHT NAPHTHA TO AROMATICS
AM-92-39 BENZENE OUTLOOK IN THE ERA OF REFORMULATED GASOLINE
AM-92-40 OCTENAR, AN ECONOMICAL PROCESS FOR PRODUCING LOW BENZENE GASOLINE
AM-92-41 REFORMULATED GASOLINE AND THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
AM-92-42 THE ECONOMICS OF REFORMULATED GASOLINE PRODUCTION
AM-92-43 REFORMULATED GASOLINE: CURRENT AND EMERGING CATALYSTS
AM-92-44 OPTIMIZING THE BENEFITS OF HYDROTREATING TO FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING
AM-92-45 Reformulated Gasoline Catalyst's Impact on the FCCU
AM-92-46 UNICRACKING FLEXIBILITY FOR THE 1990’S
AM-92-47 QUALITY IN ACTION - IMPROVEMENT IN FCCU FEED HYDROTREATING
AM-92-48 HYDROTREATING OF HYDROCRACKER AND VIRGIN LIGHT GAS OILS FROM ATHABASCA BITUMEN USING REGENERATED NiMo CATALYSTS: COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE
AM-92-49 LOW SULFUR AND LOW AROMATIC DIESEL FUEL PRODUCTION WITH RN-l HYDROTREATING CATALYST
AM-92-50 TOPSOE’S PROCESS FOR lMPROVING DIESEL QUALITY: Reducing Aromatics in Diesel Fuels
AM-92-51 LOW COST BENZENE REDUCTION PROCESS FOR GASOLINE MANUFACTURE
AM-92-52 FLUID CRACKING CATALYST: AN OPERATING VARIABLE, NOT A COMMODITY
AM-92-53 OCTANIZING, AN EFFECTIVE AND FLEXIBLE APPROACH TO CATALYTIC REFORMING
AM-92-54 DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A REFORMING CATALYST WITH ULTRA-LOW Pt CONTENT
AM-92-55 NEW ZEOLITE BASED TECHNOLOGIES FOR BENZENE AND OLEFIN REDUCTION IN GASOLINE
AM-92-56 CONTROL NOx FROM GAS-FIRED HYDROGEN REFORMER FURNACES
AM-92-57 INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF REFINERY WASTE STREAMS
AM-92-58 EPA’S LISTING DETERMINATION FOR THE PETROLEUM REFINING INDUSTRY
AM-92-59 REGULATORY IMPACTS ON REFINERY WASTEWATER SYSTEMS IN THE 90’S
AM-92-60 REDUCING FCC SOX EMISSIONS TO VERY LOW LEVELS USING DESOX
AM-92-61 CHEVRON’S ONSTREAM CATALYST REPLACEMENT (OCR) PROVIDES ENHANCED FLEXIBILITY TO RESIDUE HYDROTREATERS
AM-92-62 SULFEROX EXPERIENCES IN REFINERY GAS TREATING
AM-92-63 INTEGRATED HYDROTREATER/AROMATIC SATURATOR PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF OILS WITH REDUCED AROMATICS AND POLYNUCLEAR AROMATICS
AM-92-64 COSTS AND IMPACTS OF CALIFORNIA PHASE 2 GASOLINE REGULATIONS
AM-93-06 THE NEXT ATF CHALLENGE - MEETING FUEL EFFICIENCY NEEDS AND PROVIDING DRIVER SATISFACTION
AM-93-07 PETROLEUM LUBRICANT OPERATIONS BENCHMARKING
AM-93-08 ISO- REGISTRATION...WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
AM-93-09 SUPPLY AND DEMAND OF LUBE OILS - A WORLD-WIDE PERSPECTIVE
AM-93-10 COkiMERCIALIZATION OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONTINUOUS REFORMING CATALYST
AM-93-11 OPA 90: REGULATORY COMPLIANCE ISSUES FOR REFINERS
AM-93-12 BENZENE WASTE NESHAP UPDATE AND REQUIREMENTS
AM-93-13 IMPACT OF THE “HON” RULE ON THE PETROCHEMICALS AND REFINING
AM-93-14 BIOLOGICAL DESULFURIZATION (B-DS) OF MIDDLE DISTILLATES
AM-93-15 ISO-4 AND ISO-5: SKELETAL ISOMERIZATION FOR INCREASED MTBE AND TAME
AM-93-16 AN IMPROVED PROCESS FOR COMPLETE ISOMERIZATION OF C5/C6 STREAMS
AM-93-17 ISO-OLEFINS FOR OXYGENATE PRODUCTION USING ISOPLUSTM
AM-93-18 RECENT CATOFIN COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE FOR ISOBUTYLENE AND PROPYLENE PRODUCTION
AM-93-19 MOBIL-BADGER TECHNOLOGIES FOR BENZENE REDUCTION IN GASOLINE
AM-93-20 DESIGN AND ECONOMICS FOR LOW PRESSURE DELAYED COKING
AM-93-21 TEXACO T-STAR PROCESS FOR EBULLATED BED HYDROTREATING/HYDROCRACKING
AM-93-22 THE APPLICATION OF PRE-REFORMING TECHNOLOGY IN THE PRQDUCTION OF HYDROGEN
AM-93-23 STEAM REFORMING--A FLEXIBLE SOLUTION TO REFINERS' HYDROGEN REQUIREMENTS
AM-93-24 SynSatSM HDS/HDA - A REVAMP AT SCANRAFF
AM-93-25 EVALUATION OF A NEW SOx REDUCTION ADDITIVE IN A COMMERCIAL FCC UNIT
AM-93-26 YEAR 2000: THE CHANGED SHAPE OF U.S. REFINING UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORLD REGIONAL IMPACTS
AM-93-27 REFINING FUNDAMENTALS IN THE 1990’S A GLOBAL SHIFT IN STRATEGY
AM-93-30 INCREASED ACTIVITY AND IMPROVED SELECTIVITY WITH A NEW VANADIUM TRAP
AM-93-31 REFINERS MUST GET INVOLVED
AM-93-32 AMOCO GOT INVOLVED - AT YORKTOWN JOINT AMOCO/USEPA POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECT
AM-93-33 REFINERS SHOULD GET INVOLVED (WITH THE MEDIA)
AM-93-34 THE COMMUNITY AND ITS INDUSTRY
AM-93-35 FUEL PROJECTIONS AND TECHNOLOGY - CLOSER TO REALITY
AM-93-37 The SEARCH for the COMPLEX MODEL: Reformulated Gasoline, Science and Performance Standards
AM-93-38 PIPELINE VIEW ON REFORMULATED GABOLINE DISTRIBUTION
AM-93-39 A REVIEW OF THE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM FOR PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT AT CITGO’S CORPUS CHRISTI REFINERY
AM-93-42 THE OSHA VOLUNTARY PROTECTION PROGRAM - AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE
AM-93-43 EFFECTIVE OLEFIN MANAGEMENT
AM-93-44 QUANTIFIABLE PERFORMANCE BENEFITS OF ALKAT-XL@
AM-93-45 ISOFIN- A NEW PROCESS FOR OLEFIN ISOMERIZATION
AM-93-46 AMYLENE ALKYLATION INTO THE 2lST CENTURY
AM-93-47 Operation of the SKIP Olefin Isomerieation Process
AM-93-48 APPLICATION OF A SINGLE MULITIVARIABLE CONTROLLER TO AN FCCU
AM-93-49 CONTROLLING BENZENE YIELD FROM THE FCCU
AM-93-50 ADVANCES IN RESIDUAL OIL FCC
AM-93-51 FCC DESIGN FOR MAXIMUM LIGHT OLFFIN PRODUCTION
AM-93-52 ENHANCED BOTTOMS CRACKING USING A SOLID PARTICLE ADDITIVE IN A COMMERCIAL FCC UNIT
AM-93-53 RESID FCC CATALYST TECHNOLOGY: TODAY AND THE FUTURE
AM-93-54 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS OF A DEMET UNIT
AM-93-56 MHUG PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF LOW SULFUR AND LOW AROMATIC DIESEL FUEL
AM-93-57 AROMATICS REDUCTION AND CETANE IMPROVEMENT OF DIESEL FUELS
AM-93-58 Catalyst Formulations to Meet Changing Market Demands
AM-93-59 OPERATION OF FIXED BED RESID HDS UNIT IN MILD HYDROCRACKING MODE
AM-93-60 COGELS - A UNIQUE FAMILY OF ISOCRACKING CATALYSTS
AM-93-61 Merox Processes for Caustic Minimization and Management
AM-93-62 CRUDE UNIT CORROSION CONTROL: UNDERDEPOSIT CORROSION CONTROL FOR EXTENDED EQUIPMENT LIFE
AM-93-63 BEHAVIOR AND SAFETY - THE CRITICAL LINK
AM-93-64 REVAMP OF CRUDE VACUUM TOWER USING A TOTAL OUALITY APPROACH
AM-93-65 INTEGRATION OF REFINERY SCHEDULING WITH PLANNING
AM-93-66 NEW OPTIMIZATION TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE FCCU
AM-93-67 THE CATnapTM CATALYST PASSIVATION PROCESS AN ALTERNATIVE TO INERT ENTRY
AM-93-68 METHODOLOGY OF ESTIMATING EXPENDITURES REQUIRED BY U.S. PETROLEUM REFINERIES TO MEET ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS1991-2010
AM-93-70 C5 OLEFINS: A NEW REFINERY CHALLENGE
AM-93-71 PETROLEUM COKE UTILIZATION WITH THE TEXACO GASIFICATION PROCESS
AM-93-72 THE ADVANTAGES OF SYNTHETIC CRUDES TO REFINERS
AM-93-73 IMPROVED HYDROCRACKER TEMPERATURE CONTROL: MOBIL QUENCH ZONE TECHNOLOGY
AM-93-74 EMISSION PERFORMANCE RELATIONSHIPS TO GASOLINE COMPOSITION FOR VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRICALLY HEATED CATALYTIC CONVERTERS
AM-94-04 TEAM BASED MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE AT SF PHOSPHATES CO. CHEMICAL PLANT
AM-94-05 An Overview of Business Reengineering
AM-94-06 USING SOCIOTECHNICAL SYSTEMS TO REDESIGN ENGINEERING ORGANIZATION
AM-94-07 FLEXIBILITY-DELAYED COKING IN THE 90’S
AM-94-08 PRIDE IN PAULSBORO
AM-94-09 The Politics & Changing Markets Of Fuel Reformulation: A Perspective From Washington
AM-94-11 U.S. FUEL COMPOSITION -- '90 DECADE A&JD HORIZON
AM-94-12 PRODUCT IN-LINE BLENDING AND THE CLEAN AIR ACT: A SINGLE SOURCE, INTEGRATED PROJECT MANAGEMENT APPROACH
AM-94-13 ROLE OF RWAPC FOR MANUFACTURING RFG/LSD
AM-94-14 HF Mitigation via the Texaco-UOP HF Additive Technology
AM-94-15 DEVELOPMENT AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF TOPSOE ALKYLATION TECHNOLOGY
AM-94-16 ALKYLATION OF REFINERY C5 STREAMS TO LOWER GASOLINE VOLATILITY
AM-94-17 STRATCO’S ConvExm PROCESS: Low Cost Conversion/Expansion From HF To H2SO4 Alkylation
AM-94-18 SULFURIC ACID RELEASE REPORT
AM-94-19 HYDROCRACKING TO ACHIEVE PRODUCT FLEXIBILITY
AM-94-20 HYDROGEN COi’RODUCTION WITH GASIFICATION FROM HEAVY FEEDS (PITCH AND COKE)
AM-94-21 MODERATE PRESSURE HYDROCRACKING: A PROFITABLE VGO CONVERSION ALTERNATIVE
AM-94-23 COST- EFFECTIVE UPRATING OF EXISTING HYDROGEN PRODUCTION UNITS
AM-94-24 Rose Asphaltenes, a Fuel with a Future
AM-94-25 Hyvahl-Solvahl - Key Processes For Upgrading of Residues
AM-94-26 Use of Catalyst Coolers to Improve Resid Processing in FCC Unit
AM-94-27 NEW ROUTES--PROCESSES AND USES-- FOR MINIMIZING HEAVY FUEL OIL PRODUCTION
AM-94-28 Start-up of World’s Largest lsobutane Dehydrogenation Plant for MTBE Production
AM-94-29 SUCCESS IN ASIAN REFINING: STRATEGIES FOR A GROWTH INDUSTRY
AM-94-30 REFINING IN THE 1990s RESTRUCTURING AND RESURGENCE
AM-94-31 ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING RELIABILITY
AM-94-32 Controlling Hydrotreater Fouling - Problem Identification is Key to Cost-Effective Solutions
AM-94-33 G2/MESA, A ON-LINE, GRAPHICAL, UTILITY SYSTEM MODELING TOOL
AM-94-34 COST SAVINGS THROUGH EXERGY ANALYSIS AND EXERGOECONOMICS
AM-94-35 STRATEGIC ENERGY ASSESSMENT USING PINCH ANALYSIS
AM-94-36 ADJUSTABLE SPEED MOTORS FOR THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
AM-94-37 The economic and operational impact of solids entrained in raw crude feedstocks
AM-94-38 CRITERION CATALYST MOWNG BED REFORMLNG CATALYSTS
AM-94-39 OCTGAINTM, A NEW UNIQUE GASOLINE DESULFURIZATION PROCESS
AM-94-40 OUTLOOK FOR THE U.S. ALKYLATION INDUSTRY
AM-94-41 BOOST REFINING PROFITS BY CONVERTING SURPLUS BUTADIENE TO VALUABLE FEEDSTOCKS FOR MTBE AND/OR ALKYLATION
AM-94-42 Recent Operating Experiences With FLEXICRACKING Commercial Developments in Short Contact Time Catalytic Cracking
AM-94-43 DEEP CATALYTIC CRACKING, MAXIMIZE OLEFIN PRODUCTION
AM-94-44 Improved FCC Yields Through Combination of Catalyst and Process Technology Advances
AM-94-45 SPLIT FEED INJECTION: ANOTHER TOOL FOR INCREASING FCC LIGHT OLEFIN YIELDS AND GASOLINE OCTANES
AM-94-46 ADVANCES IN FCC VANADIUM TOLERANCE
AM-94-47 IS0 9000 AS PART OF A LUBRICANT PLANT TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
AM-94-48 CHANGING SHAPE OF THE U.S. LUBE ADDITIVES BUSINESS
AM-94-49 TEN MILLION MILE LUBRICANT FIELD TEST
AM-94-50 CATALYTIC DEWAXING OF VGO AND DIESEL AT OMV’S SCHWECHAT REFINERY
AM-94-51 UNDERSTANDING AND LIVING WITH RMPs
AM-94-52 REDUCE THE COST OF PRODUCING TAME
AM-94-53 TECHNICAL AND OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW OF THE C4 OLEFLEX PROCESS AT VALERO REFINERY
AM-94-54 Advanced RWDTM Technology for Ethers Provides Gasoline Flexibility
AM-94-55 THIRD GENERATION FCC FEED INtiCTION TECHNOLOGY: INTRODUCTION OF THE ATOMAXTM FEED NOZZLE
AM-94-56 REVAMPING OF OLD FCC UNITS WITH 1994 TECHNOLOGY
AM-94-57 IMPROVEMENTS IN FCC CATALYSTS AND OPERATIONS FOR MAXIMUM ISO-OLEFINS
AM-94-58 OCTAMAX: A NEW PROCESS FOR IMPROVED FCC PROFITABILITY
AM-94-59 Advanced FCC Catalyst Matrix Technology for Reduced Coke and Slurry Yields
AM-94-60 POLLUTION PREVENTION - A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
AM-94-62 SYNSAT AT BETA, SIX MONTHS FROM CONCEPTUALIZATION TO FINISHED PRODUCT
AM-94-63 OPTIMIZING FCC OPERATIONS AND ECONOMICS BY IMPROVING FEED CONVERSION AND TOTAL LIQUID YIELD WITH BCA-105
AM-94-64 COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE WITH NEW-GENERATION UNICRACIUNG CATALYSTS
AM-95-04 IMPACT OF OXYGENATES ON PETROLEUM REFINING, REVIEW AND FORECAST
AM-95-05 SURVIVABILITY - A 1995 UPDATE
AM-95-06 PETROLEUM MOVEMENTS AND INVESTMENTS IN THE REFINING INDUSTRY: THE IMPACT OF WORLDWIDE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
AM-95-07 BEYOND REENGINEERING: IMPLEMENTING AN ORGANIZATION FOR THE FUTURE - A CASE STUDY
AM-95-08 STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR REMEDIATION PROJECTS
AM-95-09 AN APPROACH TO MINIMUM ENERGY PLANT DESIGN INCORPORATING PINCH TECHNOLOGY AND STATE-OF-THE-ART EQUIPMENT
AM-95-10 WHAT DOES COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING MEAN IN A CONTINUOUS PROCESS PLANT?
AM-95-11 TOO MANY PRODUCTS AND COMPONENTS, BUT NOT ENOUGH STORAGE? EVALUATE YOUR RISK WITH MONTE CARLO SIMULATION TECHNIQUES
AM-95-12 REFINERY PROCESS OPTIMIZATION: Maturing Technology Creates New Business Opporlunilies
AM-95-13 THE PAIN IN CHANGE IS MAINLY IN THE BRAIN
AM-95-14 New Cosmo FCC Catalyst for Bottoms Cracking
AM-95-15 HEAVY OIL UPGRADING VIA FLUIDIZED BED PROCESSING AND HYDROGENATION
AM-95-16 RECYCLING REFINERY WASTE IN A DELAYED COKER
AM-95-17 LOW PRESSURE COKER OPERATION WITH DISTILLATE RECYCLE
AM-95-18 CONTROLLING VANADIUM FROM HIGH METALS CRUDE OILS
AM-95-19 PACKINOX: ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGES OF WELDED PLATE FEED-EFFLUENT HEAT EXCHANGERS IN REFINING
AM-95-20 A SYSTEM FOR OPTIMIZING THE SCHEDULING AND BLENDING OF CRUDES
AM-95-21 THE HYSULF”’ PROCESS A VALUABLE HYDROGEN RESOURCE FROM HYDROGEN SULFIDE
AM-95-22 OPERATIONAL BENEFITS FROM COMPUTERIZED INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
AM-95-23 USING A 3D CAD PLANT MODEL TO SIMPLIFY PROCESS HAZARD REVIEWS
AM-95-24 DINOSAURS CAN FLY - HIGH PERFORMANCE REFINING
AM-95-25 REGULATORY CHANGES AND MARKET VOLATILITY -- CONTINUING UNCERTAINTIES IN THE REFORMULATED GASOLINE PROGRAM
AM-95-26 Superior Refining Performance Beyond 2000 - Breaking Traditional Paradigms
AM-95-27 STRATEGIC ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE REFINING AND MARKETING SECTOR
AM-95-28 OFF-BALANCE-SHEET FINANCING TO THE REFINING INDUSTRY
AM-95-29 SEPARATE OLIFIN PROCESSING IN SULFURIC ACID ALKYLATION
AM-95-30 UOP R-72 STAGED LOADING FOR MAXIMUM REFORMER YIELDS
AM-95-31 REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT DURING STARTUP
AM-95-32 ALKAD OPERATIONS AT TEXACO’S EL DORADO PLANT
AM-95-33 IMPROVED REFORMER YIELD AND HYDROGEN SELECTIVITY WITH TRI-METALLIC CATALYST
AM-95-34 FCC REGENERATOR OXYGEN ENRICHMENT
AM-95-35 KEY ELEMENTS IN OPTIMIZING CATALYST SELECTIONS FOR RESID FCC UNITS
AM-95-36 Advances in FCC Reactor Technology
AM-95-37 FCC REACTOR PRODUCT-CATALYST SEPARATION TEN YEARS OF COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE WITH CLOSED CYCLONES
AM-95-38 Post Riser Quench Improves FCC Unit Profitability
AM-95-39 MAK-LCO: MAK Light Cycle Oil Upgrading to Premium Products
AM-95-40 CUSTOMIZED HYDROPROCESSING WITH SYNSAT
AM-95-41 NOVEL EBULLATED BED CATALYST REGENERATION TECHNOLOGY IMPROVES REGENERATED CATALYST QUALITY
AM-95-42 New Applications of Noble Metal Catalysts in Hydrocracking
AM-95-43 COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE IN VACUUM RESIDUE HYDRODESULFURIZATION
AM-95-44 MTBE --A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
AM-95-45 ISOTEX: TEXACO’S OLEFIN SKELETAL ISOMERXZATXON PROCESS
AM-95-46 Introducing The Oxypro Process: A New Refinery Ethers
AM-95-47 LOW COST BENZENE REDUCTION FOR RFG
AM-95-48 MORPHYLANE - OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND RESULTS OBTAINED WITH NEW PLANTS
AM-95-49 THE COST OF PRODUCING OXYGENATES FROM FCC GASOLINE VIA TWO PROCESSING SCHEMES
AM-95-50 Sulfur and Olefin Management in the Gasoline
AM-95-51 ECONOMICS AND FLEXIBILITY OF MAXOFIN’“, A C, DEHYDROGENATION PROCESS
AM-95-52 THERMODYNAMIC ASPECTS OF REFORMULATION OF AUTOMOTIVE FUELS
AM-95-54 BASE OIL CARCINOGENIC POTENTIAL, (DETERMINATION OF SAFETY)
AM-95-56 MOBIL LUBE DEWAXING TECHNOLOGIES
AM-95-58 FUEL ADDITIVES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
AM-95-59 ORIGIN OF NOx IN THE FCCU REGENERATOR
AM-95-60 TOPSOE’S WET GAS SULFURIC ACID (WSA) PROCESS An Alternative Technology for Recovering Refinery Sulfur
AM-95-61 Waste Minimization and Recycling of Listed Hazardous Wastes in Petroleum Refineries
AM-95-62 TRENCHLESS REHABILITATION OF BURIED PIPELINES VIA CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY SOLUTION
AM-95-63 Meeting Benzene Regulations Through New Desalting Applications
AM-95-64 FCC Catalyst Trends: Responding to the Challenges of the 1990’s
AM-95-65 BENEFITS OF HYDROPROCESSING PRESSURE ON FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING PERFORMANCE
AM-95-66 IMPROVED ZEOLITIC ISOCRACKING CATALYSTS
AM-95-67 FCC Pretreating to Meet New Environmental Regulations on Gasoline
AM-95-68 Effective Steam Reforming of Mixed and Heavy Hydrocarbon Feedstocks for the Production of Hydrogen
AM-95-69 DESALTING “OPPORTUNITY CRUDES”
AM-95-70 COMMERCIALIZATION OF THE CHEVRON FCC VANADIUM TRAP
AM-95-71 MODELING OF FCC UNIT MAIN FRACTIONATOR BOTTOMS PUMPAROUND FOULING
AM-95-72 Engineering California RFG Projects
AM-95-73 EVALUATION OF MOBIL OCTGAINTM TECHNOLOGY FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF REFORMULATED GASOLINE VIA LP MODELING
AM-96-04 PROSPECTS FOR THE U.S. ENERGY AND REFINING INDUSTRIES: MARKETS, PROFITABILITY AND KEY DRIVERS FOR CHANGE
AM-96-05 IMPACT OF GROWING ASIAN MARKETS ON THE WORLD OIL INDUSTRY
AM-96-06 GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES AND WORLDWIDE REFINING TRENDS-SOLUTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN A CHANGING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
AM-96-07 THE 1996 GLOBAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: SKIRTING THE EDGE
AM-96-08 REFORMULATED GASOLINE & DIESEL - THE EUROPEAN OUTLOOK
AM-96-09 HOW THE BEST PETROCHEMICAL COMPANIES WILL ACHIEVE RELIABILITY IN THE NEXT DECADE
AM-96-10 AMENITY DESIGNED REFINERY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
AM-96-11 TEAMWORK, OWNERSHIP AND THE MODERN PROJECT
AM-96-12 LINKING PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKING OF REFINERY PROCESS CHEMICALS TO REFINERY KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
AM-96-14 A NEW APPROACH FOR FACILITY ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS
AM-96-15 MANAGING UNDERGROUND PIPING RISKS
AM-96-19 PremAirTM CATALYST SYSTEMS: A NEW APPROACH TO CLEAN AIR
AM-96-20 WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE WE’RE GOING
AM-96-21 REFINING OUR IMAGE
AM-96-23 GASOLINE VOLATILITY - ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTIONS WITH BLENDING AND PROCESSING
AM-96-24 FCC RELIABILITY/MECHANICAL INTEGRITY
AM-96-25 RECENT ADVANCES IN FCC TECHNOLOGY
AM-96-26 FCC UNIT SHORT CONTACT TIME OBSERVATIONS
AM-96-28 FCC REACTOR REVAMP PROJECT EXECUTION AND BENEFITS
AM-96-29 Refining 2010: A Retrospective
AM-96-30 THE CHANGING REFINERY/VENDOR RELATIONSHIP ONE TOOL FOR INCREASED COMPETITIVENESS
AM-96-31 Refinery Operations and Control A Future Vision
AM-96-32 TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP Getting Past the 10% Solution
AM-96-33 HOW YOU CAN INFLUENCE YOUR CONGRESSMAN OR SENATOR WITH NPRA’S GRASSROOTS PROGRAM
AM-96-34 BASESTOCK REQUIREMENTS OF EVOLVING AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID SPECIFICATIONS
AM-96-35 Effect of Sulfur on Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Lubricants
AM-96-37 Lubricant Oil Production: The Proper Marriage of Process and Catalyst Technologies
AM-96-38 AN ECONOMICAL ROUTE TO HIGH QUALITY LUBRICANTS
AM-96-39 Development and Application of a Worldwide Experiential Opportunity Crude Oil Database
AM-96-40 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN CRUDE ASSAY DATA MANAGEMENT
AM-96-41 INTEGRATED SOFTWARE SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT THE REFINERY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
AM-96-42 ONE MULTIVARIABLE CONTROLLER INCREASED CAPACITY OF AN OLEFLEX”/MTBE COMPLEX
AM-96-44 FCC MODIFICATIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON YIELDS AND ECONOMICS
AM-96-45 New FCCU DEMET@ Process to produce demetallized spent catalyst with high activity and low hydrothermal deactivation rates
AM-96-46 Modem Cracking Catalyst and Residue Processing Challenges
AM-96-47 INNOVATIONS IN FCCU WET GAS SCRUBBING
AM-96-48 Comparison between Single and Two-Stage FCC Regenerators
AM-96-49 REFINERY EXPERIENCES WITH RFG-SO FAR
AM-96-50 IFP Solutions for Revamping Catalytic Reforming Units
AM-96-52 BENEFITS OF THE STIRRED, AUTOREFRIGERATED REACTOR IN SULFURIC ACID ALKYLATION
AM-96-53 RETROFIT OF ALKYLATION AND POLYMERIZATION PLANTS USING THE TOPSOE FIXED-BED ALKYLATION PROCESS
AM-96-54 COKE GASIFICATION COSTS, ECONOMICS, & COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
AM-96-55 ADVANCES IN SOLVENT DEASPHALTING TECHNOLOGY
AM-96-56 A CASE STUDY: RESIDUE REDUCTION AT DEER PARK REFINING LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
AM-96-57 THE BOTTOM-OF-THE-BARRELL -- REAL OPTIONS TO AVOID FUEL OIL
AM-96-58 Canmet Residuum Hydrocracking: Advances Through Control Of Polar Aromatics
AM-96-59 FLEXIBLE HYDROGEN PLANT UTILIZING MULTIPLE REFINERY HYDROCARBON STREAMS
AM-96-60 MILD HYDROCRACKING OF VIRGIN VACUUM GAS OIL, CYCLE OILS AND COKER GAS OIL WITH THE T-STAR TM PROCESS
AM-96-61 THE UNICRACKING PROCESS STRIVING FOR OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
AM-96-62 THE USE OF ADVANCED STEAM REFORMING TECHNOLOGY FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION
AM-96-63 STATE OF THE ART REACTOR TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
AM-96-64 LOW PRESSURE MILD HYDROCRACKING “ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT”
AM-96-65 A Successful Commercial Application of MHUG Process to Upgrade Low-Value Light Cycle Oil
AM-96-66 NEW PROCESS TECHNOLOGY ALREADY EXISTING IN YOUR REFINERY HYDROPROCESSING - FCC SYNERGY”
AM-96-67 Hydrotreating Technology Improvements for Low-Emissions Fuels
AM-96-68 Syngas Generation from Natural Gas, Utilizing the Texaco Gasification Process
AM-96-69 A COST EFFECTVE WAY TO DEAL WITH SEVERAL PARAMETERS OF REFORMULATED FUELS: Light Cracked Naphtha Deep Etherification
AM-96-70 NExTAME PROCESS OPERATING EXPERIENCES FROM A COMMERCIAL UNIT AND SOME ECONOMICAL CONSIDERATIONS
AM-96-72 FLUID COKING: A Competitive Option For Heavy Feed Processing
AM-97-05 Risk Management: Conceptual foundations and pratical Applications
AM-97-06 CHANGES IN THE PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE - Refiner Challenges and Oppurtunities
AM-97-07 Downstream Financial Performance: Back to the Future?
AM-97-08 Refining in the Future- Meeting the Performance Challenge
AM-97-09 KOCH EAST PLANT FLEXICRACKING UNIT FEED INJECTION SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PROJECT
AM-97-10 FCC TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES: A COMMERCIAL EXAMPLE
AM-97-11 NEW FCC PARTICULATE ABATEMENT TECHNOLOGY
AM-97-12 HEAVY OIL CRACKER REVAMP IMPROVES UNIT OPERATIONS AND PROFITABILITY
AM-97-13 RESID FCC REGENERATORS: TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS AND EXPERIENCE
AM-97-14 REVAMP FOR LOW SULFUR DIESEL A CASE STUDY
AM-97-15 HYDROCRACKING FOR MAXIMUM PROFITABILITY
AM-97-16 THE H-OIL PROCESS: A WORLDWIDE LEADER IN VACUUM RESIDUE HYDROPROCESSING
AM-97-17 OPTIMUM HYDROGEN UTILIZATION KEY TO REFINERY PROFITABILITY
AM-97-18 MEDIUM SIZE HYDROGEN SUPPLY USING THE TOPSOE CONVECTION REFORMER
AM-97-19 RIGOROUS ON-LINE MODEL (ROM) FOR CRUDE UN-IT OWIMIZATION
AM-97-20 IMPROVEMENTS IN REFINERY LOSS CONTROL
AM-97-21 DEBOTTLENECKING ECONOMICS - MAXIMIZING PROFITABILITY WITH MINIMUM CAPITAL
AM-97-22 THE IMPACT OF NEW COMPUTER AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON REFINERY OPERATIONS
AM-97-23 OIL LOSS MONITORING USING SITE-WIDE DATA RECONCILIATION
AM-97-24 THE ILLUSORY FLEXIBILITY OF THE COMPLEX MODEL: A GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE COMPLEX MODEL FOR REFINERY BLENDING FLEXIBILITY
AM-97-25 SULFUR, NITROGEN, AND AROMATICS REMOVAL FROM FUELS: A COMPARISON OF PROCESSING OPTIONS
AM-97-26 GLOBAL TRENDS - IMPACT OF FUEL REFORMULATION
AM-97-27 COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCTION OF BENZENE IN GASOLINE
AM-97-28 THE ECONOMICS OF GASOLINE REFORMULATION: REFINING ECONOMICS, EMISSIONS STANDARS AND THE COMPLEX MODEL
AM-97-29 PASSIVATE VANADIUM ON FCC CATALYSTS FOR IMPROVED REFINERY PROFITABILITY
AM-97-30 CONCLUSIONS OF ONE YEAR MI0 PROCESS COMMERCIAL PRACTICE
AM-97-31 CRACKING FCC PARADIGMS: PART ONE CATALYST PERFORMANCE IS FEEDSTOCK DEPENDENT
AM-97-32 FCC UNIT OPTIMIZATION USING THE MAGNACAT PROCESS
AM-97-33 FCC PROFITABILITY: UNCOVERING THE HIDDEN VALUE EVALUATING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HARD AND SOFT DOLLARS
AM-97-34 NAAQS PROCESS AND IMPACT
AM-97-35 GLOBAL WARMING: A CASE OF THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE
AM-97-36 STORM WARNINGS AHEAD: EVOLUTION OF NATIONAL LABOR POLICY IN THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION’S SECOND TERM
AM-97-37 VIEWPOINT OF AUTO MANUFACTURERS: EMERGING ISSUES
AM-97-38 REFINING CHALLENGES: THE ROLE OF I.T.
AM-97-40 THE RELATIONSHIP OF BASE OIL VOLATILITY TO OIL LOSS IN AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
AM-97-41 OEM DEVELOPMENTS - ATF FOR BETTER TRANSMISSION DURABILITY
AM-97-42 IMPACT OF BASE OIL TRENDS ON FUTURE LUBRICANT FORMULATIONS - THE ADDITIVE PERSPECTIVE
AM-97-43 ISO 9000 IMPROVES QUALITY - FACT OR FICTION
AM-97-44 ReVAP: PHILLIPS/MOBIL MODIFIED CATALYST TECHNOLOGY FOR HF VOLATILITY REDUCTION
AM-97-45 NExETHERS - A NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR COMBINED MTBE, TAME AND HEAVIER ETHERS PRODUCTION
AM-97-46 DEVELOPMENT OF OLIGOMERIZATION PROCESS FOR CONVERTING LIGHT OLEFINIC FRACTIONS INTO MORE VALUABLE PRODUCTS AS A HIGH-OCTANE GASOLINE, KEROSENE AND GAS OIL
AM-97-47 MOTOR FUEL ALKYLATION ADVANCES BEYOND LIQUID ACID CATALYSIS
AM-97-48 IMPROVMG REFORMATE QUALITY FOR BTX USING THE MOBIL REFORMATE UPGRADING PROCESS
AM-97-49 CRITERION CATALYST COMPANY FINDS SOLUTIONS TO HIGH SEVERITY ARHDS OPERATION
AM-97-50 ECONOMIC BENEFITS OFROSE/FLUID COKING INTEGRATION
AM-97-51 EVALUATION OF RESID CONVERSIONO PTIONS
AM-97-52 EUREKA IN COMBINATION WITH TEXACO GASIFICATION IMPROVES REFINERY INTEGRATION
AM-97-53 BASE OILS TO MEET FUTURE LUBRICANT REQUIREMENTS: ILSAC GF-3 AND BEYOND
AM-97-54 HIGH OCTANE ALKYLATE FROM FIELD BUTANES THE SNAMPROGETTI ISOETHER PROCESS
AM-97-55 NEW, HIGH PERFORMANCE CATALYSTS FOR THE ISOMERIZATION OF n-C4 AND n-C5/C6
AM-97-56 CDU AND FCCU OPTIMIZATION USING NIR TECHNOLOGY
AM-97-57 ON-LINE ANALYSIS OF HF ACID USING NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
AM-97-58 MINIMUM INVESTMENT REVAMPS PROCESS DESIGN AND ACHIEVING ATTRACTIVE ECONOMICS
AM-97-62 REDEFINING THE CONTEXT OFREFINERY PACESETTER PERFORMANCE
AM-97-63 SA ONSTREAM A KEY TO IMPROVING OPERATIONAL RELIABILITY
AM-97-64 COMBINE MAK HYDROCRACKING AND FCC TO UPGRADE HEAVY OILS
AM-97-65 THE FUTURE OF FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING
AM-97-66 COMMERCIAL EVALUATION OF NEW NON-PLATINUM COMBUSTION PROMOTER FOR FCC UNITS
AM-97-67 DIESEL HYDROPROCESSING WITH SYNSAT TECHNOLOGY - COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE
AM-98- 10 FLEX TECTM: A NEW FCC PLATFORM FROM ENGELHARD
AM-98- 11 SUPPRESSING FCC GASOLINE OLEFINICITY WHILE MANAGING LIGHT OLEFINS PRODUCTION
AM-98- 12 NEW FCC CATALYST COOLER TECHNOLOGY
AM-98- 13 ENHANCEMENT OFNICKEL PASSIkTION EFFECTIVENESS BY THE.USE OF SMALL PARTICLE SIZE ANTIMONY PRODUCTS
AM-98-04 A REVIEW OF THE COMPETITIVE DYNAMIC IN THE DOWNSTREAM BUSINESS AMID TRANSFORMATION CHAOS
AM-98-05 DOWNSTREAM MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: IS THERE REALLY A POT OF GOLD AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW?
AM-98-06 ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY STRATEGIES FOR PETROLEUM REFINERS
AM-98-07 REFINERS AS INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCERS
AM-98-08 GASOLINE, THE ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMICS
AM-98-09 The AquaconversionTM Process A New Approach To Residue Processing
AM-98-14 LYONDELL-CITGO REFINING COMPANY AND CRITERION CATALYST COMPANY L.P. A QUALITY PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE
AM-98-15 THE COST OF CONTROLLING AIR EMISSIONS GENERATED BY FCCUs
AM-98-16 DEVELOPMENTS IN MAGNACATrM TECHNOLOGY
AM-98-17 MEETING CHANGING GASOLINE SPECIFICATIONS AND VARIABLE PROPYLENE AND BUTYLENE DEMAND THROUGH THE USE OF ADDITIVES
AM-98-18 MAXOFINT”: A NOVEL FCC PROCESS FOR MAXIMIZING LIGHT OLEFINS USING A NEW GENERATION OF ZSM-5 ADDITIVE
AM-98-19 A POST AUDIT OF THE NEW MOBILA4.W. KELLOGG CYCLOF1AV3.M THIRD STAGE SEPARATOR
AM-98-20 LARGE-SCALE HYDROGEN PRODUCTION USING THE TOPS0E REFORMING TECHNOLOGIES
AM-98-21 MAXIMIZING PROFITABILITY THRODGH COMBINED OPTIMIZATION OF FEED HYDROTREATING AND FCC UNIT OPERATION
AM-98-22 THIRD GENERATION HIGH CAPACITY CHLORIDE REMOVAL FROM CATALYTIC REFORMER PRODUCT STREAMS
AM-98-23 VRDS FOR CONVERSION TO MIDDLE DISTILLATE
AM-98-24 DEVELOPMENTS IN DISTILLATE FUEL SPECIFICATIONS AND STRATEGIES FOR MEETING THEM
AM-98-25 A NEW SIMPLE APPROACH TO CAPACITY INCREASE OF REFINERY SULFUR PLANTS
AM-98-26 TOTAL EMISSIONS MONITORING USING A MULTI-BEAM INTEGRATED’REAL-TIME REMOTE SENSING SYSTEM
AM-98-27 BIOLOGICAL TREATING OF SULFUR-CONTAINING WASTE STREAMS
AM-98-28 IMPROVING REFINERY OPERATING PROFITABILITY: A RETURN TO BASICS
AM-98-29 FIELD HISTORY WITH LOW-SALTING CRUDE UNIT NEUTRALIZERS
AM-98-30 MAXIMIZING AUTOMATION ROI IN THE FACE OF RAPIDLY CHANGING TECHNOLOGY
AM-98-31 ADDING VALUE TO THE CORPORATION VIA KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
AM-98-32 HOW TO KNOW WHAT WE KNOW: ’ USING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TO INCREASE REFINERY PRODUCTIVITY AND PROFITABILITY
AM-98-33 MAKING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN COMPUTER BASED TRAINING AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TO COMPLY WITH OSHA PSM REQUIREMENTS
AM-98-34 A SENIOR MANAGER’S GUIDE TO INFORMATION SECURITY
AM-98-35 REDUCED VOLATILITY ALKYLATION - REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES
AM-98-36 STRATEGIES FOR MAXIMIZING PROFITS FROM CATALYTIC REFORMING UNITS
AM-98-37 IMPROVEMENTS IN FCC GASOLINE DESULFURIZATION VIA CATALYTIC DISTILLATION
AM-98-38 EFFECTIVE USE OF CLOUD POINT DEPRESSANTS CAN IMPROVE REFINERY PROFITABILITY
AM-98-39 CONTINUING INNOVATION IN CAT REFORMING
AM-98-40 OPERABILlTY AND RELIABILITY OF MSCC AND RCC UNITS
AM-98-41 FIRST REiSIDUE HYDROCRACKER STARTS UP IN AS IA/PACIFIC
AM-98-42 FCC ADVANCED CATALYST TECHNOLOGY FOR INCREASING GASOLINE SELECTIVITY AND REDUCING COKE AND GAS
AM-98-43 CATALYTIC NOx CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR THE FCCU
AM-98-44 PETROCHEMICAL OPTIONS FROM DEEP CATALYTIC CR4CKING AND THE FCCU
AM-98-45 MEETING THE PROFITABILITY CHALLENGE: BEST PRACTICES F THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
AM-98-46 CONNECTING THE DOTS: FINISHED LUBRICANTS, BASESTOCKS ADDITIVES, AND WAXES
AM-98-47 BASESTOCK VOLATILITY AND OIL CONSUMPTION
AM-98-48 CURRENT BASE OIL HEALTH ISSUES
AM-98-49 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MEASUREMENT OF OIL CONTENT IN WAXES USING BENCHTOP PULSED NMR
AM-98-50 THE ISAL TM PROCESS: A REFINER’S OPTION TO MEET RFG SPECIFICATIONS
AM-98-51 HOW TO MAKE ALKYLATE WITHOUT AN ACID ALKYLATION UNIT ISOETHER 100 - AN EXTENSION OF ISOETHER DIMERIZATION/ETHERIFICATION PROCESS
AM-98-52 TRANSPORTATION FUEL COMPOSITION: A 21st CENTURY INSIGHT
AM-98-53 MANAGING RESISTANCE TO CHANGE IN SAFETY
AM-98-54 MANAGING TURNAROUND COSTS
AM-98-55 A MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE ON RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING
AM-98-56 PHA Revalidation
AM-98-59 XPRESS: THE FIRST TRUE EX-SITU PRE-SULFIDING PROCESS
AM-98-60 HYDROGXiEENN AND UTILJTY SUPPLY OPTIMIZATION
AM-98-61 COMBINED PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN AND METHANOL FOR MTBE 0N A REFINERY
AM-98-62 A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR THE RECOVERY OF HIGH PURITY PROPYLENE FROM REFINERY LPG
AM-98-65 GASOLINE SULFUR: A NEW CHALLENGE FOR U.S. REFINERS
AM-99-06 ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL: CATALYST AND PROCESS OPTIONS
AM-99-07 NEW HYDROGEN PLANT DESIGN ACHIEVES LOW COST AND HIGH EFFICIENCY
AM-99-08 IF YOU’RE BURNING H2, YOU’RE BURNING MONEY USE NEW H2 MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE REFINERY MARGINS AND MEET NEW FUEL REQUIREMENTS
AM-99-10 MAXIMIZING FLEXIBILITY IN DISTILLATE HYDROPROCESSING UNIT (COMBINED FCC FEED PRETREATMENT WITH DEEP DIESEL DESULFURIZATION)
AM-99-11 THE INTEGRATION OF SOLVENT DEASPHALTING AND FCC PROCESS: A HIGHLY COMPETITIVE CHOICE FOR RESIDUE CONVERSION
AM-99-12 DELAYED COKING INNOVATIONS AND NEW DESIGN TRENDS
AM-99-13 Refining Gasification: Petroleum Coke to Fertilizer at Farmland’s Coffeyville, KS Refinery
AM-99-14 REGENMAX™ TECHNOLOGY: STAGED COMBUSTION IN A SINGLE REGENERATOR
AM-99-15 FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING IN THE NEW MILLENIUM
AM-99-16 EFFECT OF STRIPPER AND FEED NOZZLE REVISIONS IN A HEAVY OIL CRACKER
AM-99-17 CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SELECTION WITH MACT II FCC PARTICULATE EMISSION STANDARDS
AM-99-18 FCCU PARTICULATE EMISSIONS CONTROL FOR THE REFINERY MACT II STANDARD- SYSTEM DESIGN FOR THE 21st CENTURY
AM-99-19 SAP INTEGRATED SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATION 11/95-2/98 “LESSONS LEARNED”
AM-99-20 ADVANCING ATF INTO THE MILLENIUM
AM-99-21 IMPROVING PROFITABILITY: OVERLOOKED OPPORTUNITIES IN MANUFACTURING
AM-99-22 MEETING THE INTEGRATION CHALLENGE: BEST PRACTICES IN SUPPLY CHAIN ALIGNMENT (SCA)
AM-99-23 RESIDUE PROCESSING — EXPANDING OPTIONS AND CAPACITY
AM-99-24 THERMAL CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY IN MODERN POWER INTEGRATED REFINERY SCHEMES
AM-99-27 "Recent Advances In Biodesulfurization Of Diesel Fuel"
AM-99-28 IMPROVED AMYLENE ALKYLATION ECONOMICS
AM-99-29 MAKE LIGHT PARAFFIN ISOMERIZATION UNITS WORK FOR YOU
AM-99-30 MOBIL’S OCTGAIN™ PROCESS: FCC GASOLINE DESULFURIZATION REACHES A NEW PERFORMANCE LEVEL
AM-99-33 COMBATING THE PROFIT SQUEEZE OF CONSOLIDATION: MOVING BEYOND FIRST QUARTILE
AM-99-35 NEW FCC PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGY FROM THE FACT PLATFORM
AM-99-36 METHODOLOGY FOR IDENTIFYING MARGIN IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
AM-99-37 STRATEGIC SOURCING: HOW TO ENHANCE VALUE THROUGH SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
AM-99-38 ADVANCED DISTILLATE HYDROPROCESSING ASAT® A TRIFUNCTIONAL HDAR/HDS/HDN CATALYST
AM-99-39 REVAMPING OMV’S FCC PRETREATER TO A MAKFINING MPHC HYDROCRACKER FOR MAXIMUM OPERATIONAL FLEXIBILITY AND PROFIT
AM-99-40 LOW COST PRODUCTION OF CLEAN FUELS WITH STARS CATALYST TECHNOLOGY
AM-99-41 APPLICATION OF THE CRITERION PS-20 MOVING-BED REFORMER CATALYST IN THE SHELL HARBURG, GERMANY CCR-PLATFORMER 1995 TO DATE
AM-99-42 IRVADTM PROCESS – LOW COST BREAKTHROUGH FOR LOW SULFUR GASOLINE
AM-99-43 TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE PROPOSED BAN ON MTBE IN CARB REFOMRULATED GASOLINE
AM-99-44 REFINERYWIDE IMPLICATIONS OF PRODUCING LOW-SULFUR FUELS
AM-99-45 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT LESSONS LEARNED: INSPIRING PEOPLE TO MANAGE KNOWLEDGE
AM-99-47 INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS FOR RODbaffle HEAT EXCHANGER TECHNOLOGY
AM-99-49 MAKING MORE MONEY WITH AN FCC
AM-99-50 Evaluation of Processing Heavy Brazilian Resids in RDS/RFCC
AM-99-51 COMBINING NIMO AND COMO CATALYSTS FOR DIESEL HYDROTREATERS
AM-99-52 Novel Technology for Mercaptan Removal From Jet Fuel in Hydrogen Atmosphere
AM-99-53 FINDING THE TRUE OPTIMAL REFINERY PERFORMANCE TARGET
AM-99-54 BIODESULFURIZATION OF GASOLINE: AN ASSESSMENT OF TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY AND OUTLINE OF R&D ROADMAP TOWARD COMMERCIALIZATION
AM-99-55 EXPLOITING SYNERGY BETWEEN FCC AND FEED PRETREATING UNITS TO IMPROVE REFINERY MARGINS AND PRODUCE LOW-SULFUR FUELS
AM-99-56 IMPROVING MOTOR FUEL QUALITY
AM-99-57 Opportunities and Challenges in Refining/Petrochemical Interface Investments
AM-99-58 PERSPECTIVES ON MERCHANT PLANT DEVELOPMENT
AM-99-62 FCC REVAMP FOR IMPROVED OPERATION
AM-99-63 A UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT IN FCC CATALYST TECHNOLOGY MAXIMIZES REFINERY PROFITABILITY
AM-99-65 COGENERATE ELECTRICITY FROM HYDROGEN PLANTS
AM-99-66 LEVERAGING METALS TOLERANT FCC CATALYST TECHNOLOGIES FOR RESID CRACKING OPERATIONS
AM-99-67 THE CLEAR ALTERNATIVE: METHANOL FUEL CELL VEHICLES
AM-99-68 HOURLY INCENTIVE PROGRAM: A PANEL DISCUSSION
AM-99-69 OUTSOURCING – HERE TO STAY
AM-99-70 SELLING ENERGY TO THE UNITED STATES MILITARY
AM09 Crude Oil Supply Session
AM09 Distillate Hydroprocessing Session
AM09 Energy Optimization Session
AM09 FCC Operations Session
AM09 FCC Technology Session
AM09 Gasoline and Petrochemicals Session
AM09 Heavy Oil Markets and Technologies Session
AM09 Paper List
AM09 Plant Automation Session
AM09 Plant Operations Session
AM09 Refinery Investments Session
AM09 Refining and Fuels Strategies Session
AM09 Safety and Asset Integrity Session
AM09 Synthetic Crude Processing Session
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AN UPDATE OF WET SCRUBBING CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR FCCUS-MULTIPLE POLLUTANT CONTROL
Analysis of PSM Near-miss Incidents as a Leading Indicator
APPLICATION OF STATISTICS TO HF ALKY EXCHANGER REPLACEMENT DECISION MAKING
Benzene Recovery from Refinery Sources by Co-production of Olefins
BW-17-1 Bright Stock – Should I Stay or Should I Go?
BW-17-10 Foreseeable Challenges of the Global Wax Industry
BW-17-5 Assessing GTL – Myth or Reality?
BW-17-7 Wax Pricing Mechanisms: A Model for Understanding the Drivers in Wax Valuation
BW-17-8 Emerging Trends In Mobility: Impacts On Lubricants and Base Oils
BW-19-10 Hydrolyzed Rice Bran Wax: An Alternative to Microcrystalline Wax for Rubber Products
CAT-04-200 EPA Enforcement And Fcc Control Technology Perspectives
CAT-04-201 FCC 202-Fundamentals Of Operation And Troubleshooting
CAT-04-202 Slide Valves Panel: Specifications and Repair Standards - Unavailable -
CAT-04-203 Overview of the Challenges of NOx and SO2 Limits and Monitoring - Unavailable -
CAT-04-204 Principles & Troubleshooting Of Regeneration Afterburners
CAT-04-205 CAT Cracker Hot Gas Expander Reliability - A Machinery Issue Or Process Engineering Issue?
CAT-04-206 Emissions Control Technologies - NOx & SOx - Unavailable -
CAT-04-207 FCC Troubleshooting And Monitoring With Infrared Technology
CAT-04-208 Reliability of Primary and Secondary Cyclones - Unavailable -
CAT-04-209 CAT Cracker Turnaround Interval -- Breaking The 5 Year Barrier!
CAT-04-210 Process Technology: The FCCU's Role In Producing Low Sulfur Fuels
CAT-06-200 FCC Reactor Design and Revamps
CAT-06-201 Reactor-Regenerator Operations Troubleshooting
CAT-06-202 FCCU Reliability - Key Run Limiters
CAT-06-203 FCC Regenerator Design Considerations
CAT-06-204 FCC Catalyst Circulation and Slide Valves
CAT-06-205 FCC Electrostatic Precipitator Performance: Maintaining Reliability
CAT-06-206 FCC Main Column Operation and Design
CAT-06-207A Combined Technology Testing For FCC NOx Reduction
CAT-06-207B Shell DPRC FCCU SCR
CAT-06-207C FCC Flue Gas Treating
CAT-06-208 Expander Overhaul - More Tha Just a Piece of Rotating Equipment
CAT-06-209 Lift Steam Nozzle Erosion - A Common Problem?
CAT-06-210A Solving Fractionation Tower Problems in The FCC Gas Plant
CAT-06-210B The 10 Most Common FCC Gas Plant Tower Problems
CAT-08-101 FCC Heat Balance Fundamentals with a Mechanical Perspective
CAT-08-102 Revamp Options (A Case Study)
CAT-08-103 Expansion Joints in FCC Service
CAT-08-104 Diesel Maximization’s Effects on FCC Operations – Panel Discussion
CAT-08-105 FCC Health Check
CAT-08-106 Refractory 101: Fundamentals of Refractory Selection, Installation, Inspection and Repair
CAT-08-107 Dynamic FCC Process Simulators
CAT-08-108 Reactor/Regenerator Design Issues
CAT-08-109 Turnaround Panel Discussion
CAT-08-110 FCC Process Safety Considerations
CAT-08-111 NOx Control Technologies
CAT-10-102 Improving Operational Confidence and Efficiency with Turbomachinery Control Systems
CAT-10-103 Analyzing Hot Spots for Stress and Strain using Finite Element Analysis
CAT-10-104 FCC Materials of Construction and Degradation Mechanisms
CAT-10-105 Troubleshooting FCC Catalyst Losses
CAT-10-106 Catalyst Circulation/Standpipe Issues
CAT-10-107 FCC Expander On-line Monitoring and Preventative Maintenance for Reliability
CAT-10-108 Avoidable Operational Errors
CAT-10-109 Critical Inventory Optimization for Turnarounds
CAT-10-110 Failure Mechanism for FCC Cyclones
CAT-12-101a Dual Radii Feed Injection CFD Model
CAT-12-105 FCC Yield Benchmarking
CAT-12-108 FCC Advanced Process Control What’s it Worth?
CAT-12-109b FCC Main Fractionator
CAT-12-110 BASF Activities on Rare Earth Alternatives
CAT-14-100 The History of FCC Catalyst Development
CAT-14-102 Evaluating Equilibrium Catalyst (Ecat) Data
CAT-14-103 Slurry System Transformation
CAT-14-119 The People Side of FCC Revamps and Restarts
CAT-16-10 FCCU Process Optimization with High-Performance Temperature Instrumentation
CAT-16-13 FCC Benchmarking – Exploring Industry Trends and Creating Paths Forward
CAT-16-17 The Experience of a Team of Experts to Resolve Severe FCC Regenerator Maldistribution
CAT-16-19 Expansion Joint Essentials in an FCCU
CAT-16-2 Novel Method of Increasing Refinery Profitability During CFHT Outages
CAT-16-27 FCC Pressure Balance 101
CAT-16-4 Multivariable Control on an FCC Unit
CAT-16-51 Navigating the Shift in Fluid Catalytic Cracking Demand and Utilization
CAT-16-6 Introduction to CRC-FCC: Revolutionary FCC Technology of Energy-saving, Emission-reduction, Low-carbon and Profit-boosting
CAT-16-7 Co-processing of Biomass-Derived Liquid in the FCC to Produce Renewable Fuels
CAT-16-8 Developing Feed Nozzle Technology from an Owner/Operator Perspective
CAT-18-160 FCC – IMO Fuel Change Challenges Coming to the FCC
CAT-18-170 FCC SIS Safety Forum
CAT-18-201 Translating Crude Mix, Macroeconomics, and Regulatory Issues to the Future Demands of FCC
CAT-18-204 Husky Energy FCC Fire and Explosion
CAT-18-599 Reactor Vapor Isolation Valves
CAT-18-653 Troubleshooting Catalyst Losses in the FCC Unit
CAT-18-848 FCC Yield and Energy Optimization
CAT-18-851 Utilizing Your FCC Additives Toolkit in Unexpected Ways
CAT-18-854 Digital STO
CAT-18-870 Minimizing Main Column Bottoms Yield
CAT-18-871 Increasing FCC Olefin Production
CAT-18-877 STORM Clears the Way for Improved FCCU Process Safety
CAT-18-882 Vibration Assessment of FCCU Piping
CAT-18-907 Gathering Tacit Knowledge from Your Best Operators
CAT-18-909 FCC Regenerator Catalyst Loss Case Study
CAT-18-916 FCC Reactor Stripper Troubleshooting
CAT-18-923 Monitoring the FCCU with Simulation Modeling
CAT-18-938 Improving the Reliability of an FCC Hot Gas Expander
CAT-18-941 Increasing Resid Processing with Catalyst Technology at Philadelphia Energy Solutions and Marketing, LLC
CAT-18-943 Impact of Feedstock on FCCU Performance
CAT-18-947 Streamline Inspection with Advanced Digital Imagery
CAT-18-980 Simulation as a Tool for Learning from Historical FCCU Operations
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CC-00-141 REFINERY-WIDE OPTIMIZATION APPLIED TO A SMALL FUEL-ORIENTED REFINERY
CC-00-142 OPTIMIZING INDUSTRIAL UTILITY PLANTS WITHIN EPA MANDATED LIMITS
CC-00-143 PLAN FOR CLEAN FUEL SPECIFICATIONS WITH RIGOROUS MODELS
CC-00-144 PRODUCT TRANSITION MANAGEMENT IN CONTINUOUS PROCESSES – A WEB-BASED TOOL AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO POLYPROPYLENE
CC-00-145 USE COLUMN DATA TO INFER AND CONTROL CRUDE FRACTIONATION PRODUCT PROPERTIES
CC-00-146 INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF INDUSTRIAL MPC PROJECTS USING MULTIVARIABLE CLOSED-LOOP IDENTIFICATION
CC-00-147 INTRODUCTION TO MULTIVARIABLE STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES
CC-00-148 REFINING AND PETROCHEMICAL PROPERTY PREDICTORS FOR DISTILLATION, FRACTIONATION, AND CRUDE SWITCH
CC-00-150 NEW TRENDS IN OPTIMIZATION
CC-00-151 FIELDING A MULTIPLE STATE ESTIMATOR PLATFORM
CC-00-152 STRATEGIC REFINERY OPERATION USING NMR-ENHANCED ADVANCED PROCESS CONTROL
CC-00-153 ERGONOMIC DESIGN OF CONTROL CENTERS
CC-00-154 THE WEB, XML AND THE EXTENDED ENTERPRISE: AN INTEGRATED BUSINESS COMMUNITY?
CC-00-155 THE NECESSITY OF DATA RECONCILIATION: SOME PRACTICAL ISSUES
CC-00-156 POTENTIAL IMPACT OF E-COMMERCE ON THE U.S. REFINING INDUSTRY
CC-00-157 MEETING THE E CHAIN CHALLENGE: THE CATALYST FOR LARGE SCALE INDUSTRY CHANGE
CC-00-158 PERFORMANCE MONITORING FOR GASOLINE BLENDING
CC-00-159 USE OF REAL-TIME (NEAR-INFRARED) SPECTROSCOPY FOR THE ON-LINE OPTIMIZATION OF A CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT
CC-00-160 REAL-TIME CLOSED-LOOP OPTIMIZATION OF A FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKER AND HF ALKYLATION COMPLEX
CC-00-161 BUILDING A WORLD-CLASS LP MODEL
CC-00-162 PUBLISH/SUBSCRIBE TECHNOLOGY: A QUANTUM LEAP IN INTEGRATING DATA AND ENABLING E-BUSINESS
CC-00-163 THE AFFECTS OF E-BUSINESS ON REFINING AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANT OPERATIONS
CC-00-164 SENDING DATA TO ERP – A CASE STUDY
CC-00-166 Gaining Value from B2B Supply Chain Integration
CC-00-167 Capturing IT’s Value
CC-00-168 GAS PLANT DMCPLUS PROJECT AT KNPC (MAA) REFINERY
CC-01-141 WEB BASED USE OF REFINERY DATA
CC-01-142 Increased Refinery Productivity through Online Performance Monitoring
CC-01-143 APC PERFORMANCE MONITORING AT KOA OIL
CC-01-144 A NEW BEGINNING FOR PROCESS ALARM MANAGEMENT USING GEOMETRIC PROCESS CONTROL
CC-01-145 ABNORMAL CONDITION MANAGEMENT MINIMIZING PROCESS DISRUPTIONS AND SUSTAINING PERFORMANCE THROUGH EXPERT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
CC-01-146 MODELING CRUDE UNIT PRODUCT OVERLAP FOR BETTER LP MODELING
CC-01-147 Integrated Planning & Scheduling – An African Approach
CC-01-148 BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN A REFINERY–WIDE LP AND OPERATIONS: SUBSYSTEM OPTIMIZATION WITHIN THE SCHDULING PROCESS
CC-01-149 INTEGRATING MARKET OPPORTUNITIES WITH REFINING CAPABILITIES TO MAXIMIZE ASSET VALUE
CC-01-150 THE OIL INDUSTRY IN THE POST DOT COM WORLD
CC-01-151 Integrated Supply Chain Management in the Oil Industry
CC-01-152 Advances in Crude Oil LP Modeling
CC-01-153 LP MODELING – PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
CC-01-154 Remote Application Hosting: A New Paradigm in Plant Operations
CC-01-156 BUSINESS PROCESS OPTIMIZATION IN GASOLINE BLENDING
CC-01-157 EXTENDING THE ENTERPRISE AND IMPROVING WORK PROCESSES WITH MOBILE, WIRELESS COMPUTERS
CC-01-158 Integrated Control and Information Management for the Cerro Negro Upgrader Project in Venezuela
CC-01-160 Building an Extensible Platform for E-Business
CC-01-161 AN INTEGRATED APPROACH IN MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF LOW SULFUR DIESEL – ANALYTICAL SUPPORT, PROCESS RESEARCH AND COMPUTER SIMULATION
CC-01-163 Performance Improvements of a Sulfur Complex Using Model Predictive Control
CC-01-164 IMPROVING FCC OPERATIONS BY UPGRADING TO A NEW GENERATION OF MODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL AND OPTIMISATION TECHNOLOGY
CC-01-165 MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL APPLIED TO A CDU: CAPTURING ALL THE BENEFITS WITH A LARGE SCOPE CONTROLLER
CC-01-166 PHILLIPS 66 CO.’S $ BENEFITS ROAD MAP IN USING HONEYWELL HI SPEC’S DYNAMIC TRAINING SIMULATOR
CC-01-167 FLARE STEAM CONTROL – A HYBRID APPROACH
CC-01-168 IMPLEMENTING LARGE REFINING INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
CC-01-169 Information Technology: “You’ve Gotta Love It”
CC-01-170 Technical Computing: Enabling Platform for the Refinery of the Future
CC-02-140 THE DIGITAL REFINERY: A LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATION
CC-02-141 INVESTMENT IN AN INTEGRATED PRODUCTION SYSTEM
CC-02-142 COLLABORATION ACROSS COMPANY BOUNDARIES: SHARED INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
CC-02-143 BULK LIQUIDS TERMINALS AUTOMATION AND INTEGRATION
CC-02-144 INTEGRATION OF OFF-LINE PROCESS MODELS WITH ON-LINE CONTROL AND OPTIMIZATION TO IMPROVE PROCESS PERFORMANCE
CC-02-145 AUTOMATING THE MAINTENANCE OF AN LP VIA PIMS-SI
cc-02-146 INTEGRATED DATA RECONCILIATION, PROCESS MODELING AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING ONLINE
CC-02-147 INNOVATIONS FOR REFINERY- WIDE MODELING, SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
CC-02-148 INTEGRATION OF UNIT OPTIMIZERS WITH THE REFINERY LP SYSTEM YIELDS REFINERY WIDE OPTIMIZATION
CC-02-149 LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPLEMENTING PI AND SIGMAFINE
CC-02-150 IMPROVED DECISION MAKING THROUGH BETTER APPLICATION INTEGRATION
CC-02-151 GRASS ROOTS AUTOMATION: THE SAUDI CHEVRON PHILLIPS EXPERIENCE
CC-02-152 IMPLEMENTATION OF WEB SERVICES FOR INTEGRATION
CC-02-153 SWEATING THE DATA ASSET: MINING INFORMATION FOR PROFIT IMPROVEMENT IN A GAS/NGL FACILITY
CC-02-154 DESIGNING NEURAL NETWORK GAIN MODELS THAT EXTRAPOLATE FOR NMPC
CC-02-155 INTEGRATING AND OPTIMIZING BLENDING OPERATIONS AT PREEM'S GOTHENBURG REFINERY
CC-02-156 BENEFITING FROM THE USE OF SMART INSTRUMENTS AND ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE IN NAPHTHA CRACKING
CC-02-157 MULTIVARIABLE CONTROLLER IMPLEMENTATION FOR A CRUDE UNIT: A CASE STUDY
CC-02-158 IMPROVED REAL-TIME OPTIMIZATION OF REFINERY CRUDE UNIT
CC-02-159 THE ROAD TO EFFICIENCY THROUGH AN INTEGRATED REFINERY INFORMATION SYSTEM
CC-02-160 INTEGRATED WEB-BASED IOMS SYSTEM FOR OPERATING AND MANAGING MOVEMENTS IN TANK FARMS
CC-02-161 TEXAS PETROCHEMICALS LP CASE STUDY: TPC ECASTSM
CC-02-162 ENABLING NEW BUSINESS PROCESSES WITH WEB, WORKFLOW, AND INTEGRATION STRATEGIES
CC-02-163 MULTI-PLANT INTEGRATION AT VALERO ENERGY CORPORATION
CC-02-165 THE FUTURE OF CLIENT COMPUTING
CC-02-167 PROCESS MODELING AND CONTROL: A VISION OF THE FUTURE
CC-03-140 Sustaining Benefits of Production Optimization
CC-03-141 CommonView Refining Operations Portal “By the Users, for the Users” at ChevronTexaco’s El Segundo Refinery
CC-03-142 Best Practices in Software and Services Licensing
CC-03-143 The Six Significant Steps in Moving Toward a More Profitable Operating Environment
CC-03-144 Operator Training Simulator For DSM Agro Ammonia Plant
CC-03-145 Lifecycle Uses of Dynamic Simulation at ConocoPhillips
CC-03-146 Refinery-wide Rigorous Simulation Solution Drives New Value for Refiners
CC-03-147 Model Based Continuous Performance Monitoring and Nonlinear Optimization of Catalytic Fluid Cracking Operations
CC-03-148 Moving the Clock Forward: The Economic Value of Improved Plant Information
CC-03-149 Mixing Business Benefits and Internet Security: Real-Time Customer Web Access to Operational Data
CC-03-150 Critical Success Factors When Implementing a Wireless Mobile System to Enable and Sustain Process Improvements
CC-03-152 The New LP
CC-03-153 Next Generation Refinery Scheduling Technology
CC-03-154 Best Practices for LP Validation and Backcasting
CC-03-155 Optimized Blend Planning as an Integral Part of Refined Products Scheduling
CC-03-156 Integrated KPI – System for OMV Refinery Schwechat
CC-03-157 Multivariate Process Monitoring and Early Fault Detection (MSPC) using PCA and PLS
CC-03-158 A Day in the Life- Daily Operations at the Suncor Products Sarnia Refinery
CC-03-159 A Review of Data Architecture and How Decisions are Made
CC-03-161 A Condition Based Approach to Control Performance Analysis and Monitoring
CC-03-162 An Essential Evolution in Nonliner Polymer Production Control: An Industrial Case Study
CC-03-163 Experience Using Embedded APC Tools for an Atmospheric Crude and Vacuum Column
CC-03-164 How Much Can We Increase the Efficiency of MPC Identification?
CC-03-165 Universal Process Identification Revamps FCCU APC
CC-95-121 Closed Loop Real Time Optimization of a Hydrocracker Complex
CC-95-122 Rigorous Crude Unit Optimization
CC-95-123 REAL TIME: OPTIMIZATION SYSTEM FOR HYUNDAI PETROCHEMICAL'S OLEFIN'S COMPLEX
CC-95-124 Dynamic Model Supports Control, Engineering and Training for Crude Unit Operations
CC-95-125 SELECTING THE PROPER LOCATION FOR ECONOMIC OPTIMIZATION: MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL OR RTO
CC-95-126 OCTANE PREDICTION OF GASOLINE BLENDS USING NEURAL NETS
CC-95-127 Multiple Boiler Emissions Optimization Using Neural Networks
CC-95-128 OPERATOR ADVISOR SYSTEM FOR PROCEDURE MANAGEMENT
CC-95-129 Abnormal Situation Management
CC-95-130 SCHEDULING THE CATLETTSBURG REFINERY
CC-95-132 Application of Optimization to Daily Production Scheduling at Idemitsu Refineries
CC-95-133 CITGO CORPUS CHRISTI REFINERY GASOLINE BLENDER UPGRADE
CC-95-134 BLEND GASOLINE QUALITY PREDICTIONS
CC-95-135 QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION ON PLANT-WIDE PROCESS MODELING AND OPTIMIZATION
CC-96-121 STABLE COMPOSTION CONTROL IN A NAPHTHA SPLITTER USING A LINEAR MODEL
CC-96-122 HOW NEURAL NETWORK MODELING METHODS COMPLEMENT THOSE OF PHYSICAL MODELING
CC-96-123 SPREADSHEET MODELING OF HEAT EXCHANGER NETWORKS USING THE EFFECTIVENESS - NTU METHOD
CC-96-124 IMPLEMENTATION OF ADVANCED ON-LINE BLEND CONTROL, OPTIMIZATION AND PLANNING SYSTEMS IN MEXICAN REFINERIES
CC-96-126 LUBE SCHEDULING
CC-96-128 REAL-TIME OIWMIZATION OF FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING AND CATALYTIC POLYMERIZATION UNITS
CC-96-129 A VISION FOR OPTIMAL COMMERCIAL REFINING
CC-96-130 DESIGN AND INTEGRATION ISSUES FOR DYNAMIC BLEND OP’l’IMIZATION
CC-96-131 TOWARDS FULLY INTEGRATED REFINERY OPERATION
CC-96-132 OLE FOR PROCESS CONTROL
CC-96-133 YIELD ACCOUNTING AND DATA INTEGRATION
CC-96-134 SINGLE WINDOW CONCEPT: HAS ITS TIME ARRIVED?
CC-97-121 MANAGING PROCESS INFORMATION APPLICATIONS WORLDWIDE WITH THE INTERNET
CC-97-122 INTRODUCING NEW TECHNOLOGY
CC-97-123 BUSINESS FOCUS IN A REFINER’S GRASSROOTS IT IMPLEMENTATION
CC-97-124 MANAGING RAPIDLY CHANGING TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCE TO DATE AND A VISION OF TOMORROW
CC-97-125 TRENDS IN PLANT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND THE ROLE OF WINDOWS NT
CC-97-127 CLOSING THE LOOP: INNOVATIONS FOR NAPHTHA COMPLEX OPTIMIZATION
CC-97-128 THE VIEW FROM OLYMPUS - A BP OIL KNOWLEDGE
CC-97-130 DATA WAREHOUSING ON WINDOWS NT
CC-97-131 USING STEADY STATE MODELS TO GENERATE LP MODEL INPUTS
CC-97-132 REFINERY SCHEDULING USING MIXED INTEGER LP AND DYNAMIC RECURSION
CC-97-133 MINING GOLD FROM BLACK OIL USING VIRTUAL PICKS AND SHOVELS
CC-97-134 CRUDE SCHEDULING AND BLENDING AT THE CALTEX BATANGAS RIEFINERY
CC-97-135 NEURAL NETWORKS HELP OPTIMIZE SOLVENT EXTRACTION PROCESS IN A LUBE OIL PLANT
CC-97-136 LARGE CRUDE UNIT MWLTIVARIABLE CONTROLLER
CC-97-138 IMPROVING SYNCRUDE’S BITUMEN COLUMN YIELD USINGIiONEYWELL’S ROBUST MULTIVARIABLE PREDICTIVE CONTROLLER
CC-97-139 PLANT WIDE CLOSED LOOP REAL TIME OPTIMIZA TION AND ADVANCED CONTROL OF ETHYLENE PLANT - CLRTO IMPROVES PLANT PROFITABILITY & OPERABILITY
CC-98-136 SUSTAINED PERFORMANCE FROM THE LOOP TO THE PLANT
CC-98-137 CITGO’s Experience with Controller Performance Assessment
CC-98-138 Model-based Validation And Reconciliation in the Process Plant
CC-98-139 INTEGRATED PLANNING AND SCHEDULING IN THE AGIPPETROLI SIPROD ARCHITECTURE
CC-98-140 INTEGRATED PLANNING, SCHEDULING AND OPTIMIZATION OF BLENDING OPERATIONS: A BLUEPRINT FOR INCREASED PROFIT MARGINS
CC-98-141 REAL TIME ISSUES WITH THE MARRIAGE OF ERP BUSINESS SYSTEMS AND THE REFINERY PROCESS
CC-98-143 Suncor’s RIMS Information System Facilitates Supply Chain Integration
CC-98-144 INTEGRATING THE NEW ZEALAND SUPPLY CHAINNZRC’S HYDROCARBON INTEGRATION PROJECT
CC-98-145 SIPP - A SOLUTION FOR REFINERY SCHEDULING
CC-98-146 MEETING THE PROFITABILITY CHALLENGE: BEST PRACTICES IN SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION
CC-98-147 DELIVERING BUSINESS TO MANUFACTURING INTEGRATION
CC-98-149 40th Anniversary Keynote Session A VIEW FROM THE PAST
CC-98-150 40th Anniversary Keynote Session A VIEW FROM THE FUTURE
CC-98-151 40th Anniversary Keynote Session A VIEW FROM THE TOP
CC-98-154 TRANSCRIPT OF THE QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION ON MODELING, SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
CC-99-130 PIE: A DESKTOP FOR VISUAL PROCESS OPTIMIZATION
CC-99-131 EFFECTIVE CONTROL CENTER DESIGN FOR A BETTER OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
CC-99-132 AUTOMATING THE SCHEDULING PROCESS
CC-99-135 ERP SYSTEMS: RISING OR IN E-CLIPSE?
CC-99-136 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AT THE START OF THE E-CENTURY
CC-99-138 AZTEC: A GLOBAL SYSTEM THAT ENHANCES PROCESS TECHNICAL SERVICE
CC-99-139 A MODERN ARCHITECTURE FOR UNIT MONITORING AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT
CC-99-140 CREATING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FROM PROCESS INFORMATION
CC-99-142 DISTINGUISHING ON-LINE OPTIMIZATION BENEFITS FROM THOSE OF ADVANCED CONTROLS: A CASE STUDY
CC-99-143 CLOSED LOOP REAL TIME OPTIMIZATION (Clrto) REAPS ECONOMIC AND OPERATIONS BENEFITS FOR FCC-Alky COMPLEX
CC-99-144 ON-LINE DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION OF AN ETHYLENE PLANT USING PROFIT® OPTIMIZER
CC-99-145 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RIGOROUS STATISTICAL TEST TO AUDIT THE ADVANCED CONTROL BENEFITS ON AN FCCU
CC-99-150 TRANSCRIPT OF THE QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION ON SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
CFC-01-200 FACTORS AFFECTING COMPRESSOR RELIABILITY
CFC-01-201 EFFECTIVE, PREDICTABLE TURNAROUNDS: DREAM OR REALITY?
CFC-01-202 HYDROPROCESSING BASICS 2001: THE ZERO SULFUR ERA
CFC-01-203 BLENDING LOW EMISSIONS CARB GASOLINE
CFC-01-204 HYDROGEN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
CFC-01-205 CONSIDERATIONS FOR USING SURPLUS EQUIPMENT IN LOW SULFUR GASOLINE AND DIESEL PROJECTS
CFC-01-207 THE CLEAN FUELS CHALLENGE: ON-LINE ANALYZERS AND LABORATORY METHODS
CFC-01-209 GROWING ROLE OF RELIABILITY MODELING IN PETROCHEMICAL PLANT DESIGN AND OPERATION
CFC-01-210 HYDROGEN PLANT RELIABILITY
CFC-01-211 DESIGN AND SERVICE ENGINEERING TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY OF RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS
CFC-03-200 INTEGRATING RELIABILITY into the WORK PROCESS
CFC-03-201 Optimum Asset Utilization for ULSD Productionfor Production
CFC-03-203 Logistics and Strategy of Reliable Clean Fuels Production
CFC-03-204 DISTILLATE CATALYST TECHNOLOGY
CFC-03-205 DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR CLEAN FUELS PROJECTS
CFC-03-207 Revamping Hydrotreaters to Produce ULSD: BAYERNOIL’s Experience
CFC-03-208 Process Reliability Modeling for Clean Fuels Projects
CFC-05-200 Reliable Operations of Amine Systems and Sulfur Recovery Units
CFC-05-201 A 20/20 View of Diesel Program Flexibilities: Regulatory Elements Providing Flexibility for Diesel Fuel Implementation
CFC-05-202 H2 Management Workshop
CFC-05-203 Distribution to Retail: Challenges for ULSD
CFC-05-205 Critical Factors in Maximizing Catalyst Cycle Length in ULSD Production
CFC-05-207 Potential ULSD Tank Farm Issues
CFC-05-210 Turnaround Strategies
CFC-05-211 Reactor Operations
CFC01CD Clean Fuels Challenge Papers and Transcript
Changing Base Stock Requirements – An Independent’s View
CHANGING GLOBAL CRUDE QUALITIES CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR REFINERS
COBALT™: A New Primary Burner for SRUs
Coke is Good, But Less is Better
Commercial Octgainsm Unit Provides ‘Zero’ Sulfur Gasoline With Higher Octane From A Heavy Cracked Naphtha Feed
CONDUCTING TECHNICAL AUDITS OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY PROGRAMS
CONTRACTING STRATEGY (Fast Track Project Execution)
Convert Heaviest Crude and Bitumen into Extra-Clean Fuels via EST - Eni Slurry Technology
Crane Operator Certification Requirements
CS-15-05 Cyber Security Monitoring of an Industrial Control System
CS-15-08 Improving Energy ICS Response
CS-15-11 An Analysis of the Capabilities of Cybersecurity Defense
CS-15-12 Standard Security Architecture
CS-15-16 Cybersecurity & Subcontractors… Are You A “Target”?
CS-15-17 How to Use ISA Standards in Procurement
CS-17-03 The Value Proposition of Working with Universities
CS-17-04 Building and Sustaining an OT Security Services Capability from Within
CS-17-07 Networked Identity Management of Internet of Things using Blockchain
CS-17-10 Incident Response: Lessons Learned
CS-17-15 Anatomy of an Attack
CS-18-00 It's Not About ICS Security - It's About Risk and Safety
CS-18-02 A CISO’s Lessons Learned: Building an Integrated IT/OT Program for Industrial Cybersecurity Resiliency
CS-18-05 Bypassing ICS Defenses The Easy Way
CS-18-08 Blockchain Empowered Cyber Supply Chain Provenance
CS-18-09 CYBERSECURITY INSURANCE IN 2018
CS-18-10 ICS Vulnerability Assessments: Choose Your Own Adventure
CS-18-11 Cyber Resiliency of Mission Critical Automation Systems
CS-18-12 First Break All the Rules: Practical Advice from the Front Lines of ICS Security
CS-18-16 Collateral Damage: IT Malware Threats to Operational Networks
CS-18-18 ISASecure® Certification - An End User Perspective
CS-19-25 Digital Attacks Can Cause Physical Ramifications: CISA’s Hands-On Experience and Insights
CS-19-43 The What, Why, and How of IT/OT Convergence
CS-19-50 Cybersecurity & Data Export for Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics Platforms
CY-09-01 Risk Assessment in Today’s Cyber Security World
Debottlenecking Coker Fractionation Sections with High Capacity Trays and Structured Packing
Delayed Coking: Recycle & Zero Recycle Concepts and Considerations
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR ULSD HYDROTREATERS
DEVELOPING AND OPTIMIZING TURNAROUND SCOPE THROUGH RBI AND RAM ANALYSIS
Distributed Matrix Structures - A Technology Platform for Advanced FCC Catalytic Solutions
DSA Best Practice: DRIVE Safety
EFFECTIVELY USING RISK-BASED INSPECTION RESULTS TO IMPLEMENT A CORROSION UNDER INSULATION PROGRAM
Effects of Feed Quality and Product Specification Changes on Refined Product Supply
ELECTRICAL OUTAGE REDUCTION AND POWER FACTOR COST CONTROL
ENERGY AND HYDROGEN SYSTEM BENEFITS ENABLED BY STEAM METHANE REFORMER INTEGRATION
Ensuring Production Capacity through Enterprise Asset Performance Management
ENV-00-171 Predict Methanol and Mmonia in Hydrogen-Plant Process Condensate and Deaerator-Vent Emissions
ENV-00-172 Flexibility in Meeting Clean Gasoline and Diesel Legislation
ENV-00-173 Sustainable Long-Term Compliance for Industrial Wastewater Discharges Through Innovative Permitting Techniques
ENV-00-175 Moving Beyond Compliance: Developing Remediation Strategies to Minimize Total Liability
ENV-00-176 Tier 2 Fuel - Improve Your Profit margin by Minimizing Your Environmental Costs
ENV-00-177 Hydrocarbon Remediation Using Microwaves
ENV-00-179 Construction Permit and PSD Netting Analysis for ERGON-West Virginia, Inc. Newell, WV
ENV-00-180 NSPS Subpart QQQ Update and Applicability Review: A Case Study
ENV-00-181 Using Essential Compliance Management to Prove Compliance with Title V
ENV-00-182 Development of Smart LDAR for Fugitive Emissions Control
ENV-00-183 Perspectives: New Mexico Environmental Politics and the Oil and Gas Industry
ENV-00-184 Lyondell-Citgo Refinery Integrated Air Compliance System
ENV-00-185 Voluntary Release Reduction Initiative
ENV-00-186 Coordinating Remediation with Property Reuse
ENV-00-187 State of the Art in the Minimization of Atmospheric Emissions
ENV-00-188 Onsite Sludge Treatment Improves Environmental Compliance and Reduces Cost
ENV-00-189 Batch Biodegration Testing For Compliance Demonstration of Biological Treatment as Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emission Control for SOCMI-HON and NSPS Regulated Wastewater Streams
ENV-00-190 Modeling Impacts to Class I Areas under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program
ENV-00-191 ADAPTING THE DESIGN PROCESS TO IMPROVE SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
ENV-00-192 A NEW PARADIGM: BENEFITS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FACILITY OPERATIONS AREA (FOA) CONCEPT-BASED CORRECTIVE ACTION
ENV-00-193 WET OXIDATION OF REFINERY SPENT CAUSTIC: A REFINERY CASE STUDY
ENV-00-194 A PROTOTYPE PROGRAM TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE USING RELIABILITY BASED APPROACHES
ENV-00-195 New TRI Reporting Rules on Mercury
ENV-00-196 BENZENE WASTE ORGANIC NESHAP
ENV-00-197 METHODS FOR CONTROL AND RECOVERY OF PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) GENERATED IN THE FCC PROCESS
ENV-01-01 THE USE OF TRENCH STRUCTURES FOR FREE PRODUCT CONTROL AND GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION
ENV-01-02 Predictive Emission Monitoring Systems- An alternative to hardware analyzers for continuous monitoring
ENV-01-03 Simple Low-Cost Environmental and Compliance Tool An Electronic Schedule
ENV-01-04 A Friendly PAL Plant-Wide Applicability Limits in the Refining Industry
ENV-01-05 Low NOx Burner Retrofits-Lessons from the Field
ENV-01-06 Implementation Challenges for the Upcoming NOx SIP Call: Lessons Learned from the Ozone Transport Commission (OTC) NOx Budget Program and Implications for 2003 – 2007
ENV-01-07 A Comparative Analysis of Technical Approaches for Mercury TMDL Development
ENV-01-08 Demolition of Marathon Oil Company’s Former Indianapolis, Indiana Refinery
ENV-01-09 Development of new combustion technology to meet Houston Air ?? requirements
ENV-01-10 Employing Liquid Redox as a Tail Gas Cleanup Unit
ENV-01-11 The Episodic Release Reduction Initiatiive
ENV-01-12 Heat Input Affects NOx Emissions from Internal Flue Gas Recirculation Burners
ENV-01-13 Impact of Oil Loads on the Performance of Powdered Activated Carbon – Activated Sludge Treatment of Refinery Wastewater
ENV-01-14 Long Term Performance of a Constructed Wetland for Remediation of BTEX in Groundwater
ENV-01-15 The Site Strategic Planning Process as a Component of Remediation Projects
ENV-01-16 Tier 2 Clean Fuels: Eliminate the Need to Permit Additional Claus SRU Capacity by Using CrystaSulf Technology to Point-Source-Treat HDS Recycle Streams
ENV-01-17 Using Third Party Assumption of Environmental Liabilities to Manage Financial Risk
ENV-01-18 Wastewater Treatment Trends in the 21st Century Petrochemical and Refining Industry
ENV-01-19 Maximizing Desalter Recycle To Minimize Process Wastewater Flow And Subsequent NESHAP Benzene Emissions
ENV-01-20 Microwave Separation Technology (MST) Effectively Separates Emulsions to Reduce Associated Environmental Impacts and Increase Processing Capabilities
ENV-03-106 Permitting Startup and Shutdown Emissions from Petrochemical Facilities – Policy and Practice
ENV-03-107 Refinery Acid Gas Incident Investigations and Remedies (A Success Story)
ENV-03-108 Upset/Maintenance Emissions Event – Limit Enforcement Actions Through Post Event Documentation and Prior Authorizations
ENV-03-109 What Constitutes a Federally Permitted Release after the Issuance of the Final EPA Guidance?
ENV-03-110 Negotiating the New Source Review Reform Transition
ENV-03-112 An Evaluation of the Flexible Permit/PAL Program in Texas
ENV-03-113 Automating CEMS Compliance Using Integrated EMIS
ENV-03-114 “Apples to Apples” A Consistent Approach to Estimating Potential to Emit for Fugitive Emissions
ENV-03-115 Case Study of the Development of a Title V Compliance Assurance Tool
ENV-03-116 Investigating Accidents and Incidents with a Logic-Based Process
ENV-03-117 Development of a 99-Year Groundwater Remedy at a Former Petroleum Refinery
ENV-03-118 Implementing Responsible Care® Throughout the Entire Organization – from Refining, to Transportation, to Marketing to Administration
ENV-03-119 What is RC-14001, and is it Right for a Refinery or Petrochemical Company?
ENV-03-120 Fugitive Emissions Consent Decree Compliance Management – It is Possible!
ENV-03-121 Indoor Air Quality Evaluation – Case Studies of Potencial Vapor Intrusion Pathway
ENV-03-122 Obtaining Favorable NPDES Permit Limitations for Metals Using the Biotic Ligand Model
ENV-03-123 The Future of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation: Site Closure Through Enhancement of In Situ Biological Degradation
ENV-03-124 Brownfield Property Redevelopment of Refinery Sites
ENV-03-127 FCCU Nox Control with a Wet Scrubbing System – A Proven Alternative Solution
ENV-03-128 Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx From Fluid Catalytic Cracking Case Study: BP Whiting Refinery
ENV-03-129 Secondary Containment for Above Ground Storage Tanks (ASTs) – More Than Meets the Eye
ENV-03-131 Mercury - A Changing Regulatory Framework
ENV-03-132 Status of the UNEP Global Mercury Assessment and U.S. EPA Support
ENV-03-133 Development and Implementation of a Successful Environmental Compliance Management System for the Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) Refineries in Washington State – A Case Study
ENV-03-134 Implementing an Environmental Management Information System (EMIS) for Title V Permit Compliance. A Case Study: Valero Refining Company – New Jersey
ENV-03-135 Practical Methodology for Addressing Ongoing Title V Compliance Certification – A Refinery Case Study
ENV-03-136 Anaerobic Oxidation Systems for Hydrocarbons
ENV-03-137 Improving Contractor HSE Management and Performance – A Proven Plan for Success
ENV-03-138 NEWSREEL BRIEFS 2003
ENV-04-168 Proper MonitoringEssential to Reducing "Fugitive Emissions" Under Leak Detection and Repair Programs
ENV-04-169 Drill & Taps, It’s not heroic anymore?
ENV-04-170 The Story of Highly Reactive
ENV-04-171 Conducting Refinery Audits for Benzene Waste Operations NESHAP Compliance
ENV-04-172 A Practical Guide to Compliance with Benzene Waste Operation NESHAP at Petroleum Refineries
ENV-04-173 Refinery MACT 2 Compliance – Are We There Yet?
ENV-04-174 Technical Amendments to the Petroleum Refinery MACT II
ENV-04-175 Promoting Global Consistency in Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Oil and Gas Industry Operations
ENV-04-176 Preparing for Self-Disclosure
ENV-04-177 Advantages of a Real-Time Emissions Data Management System for NOx Reduction Record Keeping and Reporting
ENV-04-178 EMS for Enhanced Performance
ENV-04-179 DynaWave: A unique approach to FCC Flue Gas Desulphurization
ENV-04-180 New Source Review Reform - One Year Later: Refinery Industy Impacts
ENV-04-181 Golden Traingle Ozone Attainment Settlement
ENV-04-182 Advanced Above Ground Storage Tank Inspections- In Service Robotics Tank Inspections
ENV-04-183 Air Permit Issuance Probability – A Texas Case Study
ENV-04-184 Emissions Technology Identifies Lowest Environmental Compliance Cost Strategies in Cap & Trade Areas
ENV-04-185 Application of Optical Remote Sensing/Radial Plume Mapping Method to Monitor Refinery & Petrochemical Facility Emissions
ENV-04-186 Wastewater Compliance Investigation of Refineries in Latin America
ENV-04-188 Compliance Implications of Current Ozone Research
ENV-04-189 Gas Imaging - An Alternative to Method 21 for Detecting Fugitive Emissions
ENV-04-190 Implementing a Multi-Refinery Environmental Data Management System at Shell Oil Products US
ENV-04-191 Leveraging Investments in Technology to Meet Compliance Assurance Goals
ENV-04-192 Recent Regulatory & Judicial Developments Relative to the Definition of "Waters of the United States"
ENV-04-193 Induced Flue Gas Recirculation Technology for NOx Control
ENV-04-194 Demonstration of Passive Fourier Transform Infrared Radiometry for Measuring Emissions from Flares
ENV-04-195 State-by-State Status Report on NSR Reform Implemenation - Who Is Allowing What and When?
ENV-04-197 Application of Computer Visual Technology to Improve Site Characterization and Remediation
ENV-04-198 Converting a Liability into an Asset: Recycling Remediated Material at a Petroleum Refinery
ENV-04-199 Intake and Berthing Area Dredge Material Regulations, Permitting, Sampling, and Characterization: A Primer
ENV-04-201 Negotiating Higher NPDES Permit Limits– Optimizing Technology and Water Quality based Effluent Limit Calculations for Petroleum Refining
ENV-04-202 A Sediment Remediation Project Done the Practical Way
ENV-04-203 Title V Compliance Certification - Minimizing Enforcement Risk
ENV-04-204 Sunoco Uses Technology to Streamline Title V Certification
ENV-04-205 A Small Refinery's Approach to Certifying Title V Compliance Using Established Business Tools
ENV-04-206 NPRA Environmental Conference Highway Diesel Rule
ENV-04-207 Title V Compliance Certifications
ENV-04-208 CO2: The Perfect Storm
ENV-04-210 EPA Enforcement in the Refining and Petrochemical Industry
ENV-05-171 Design and Refinery Integration Issues Associated with FCC Scrubber Make-up Water and Blow-down Treatment
ENV-05-172 Use of FCC Additives for Implementing EPA Consent Decree Requirements
ENV-05-173 New In-Situ Oxidation Technology Makes Conventional Site Characterization Obsolete
ENV-05-174 Evolving Agency Practices Linking Water Quality Permitting and Sediment Impact Issues - Impacts of 303(d) Listing
ENV-05-175 NSR Enforcement Litigation Update
ENV-05-176 Flint Hills Resources/EPA Startup/Shutdown/Malfunction Memorandum of Agreement Project
ENV-05-177 Continuous Pressure Relief Valve Monitoring Reduces Environmental Emissions
ENV-05-179 Source Minimization Techniques and Concepts for Refineries
ENV-05-180 Integrated Solutions to Compliance Assurance
ENV-05-181Crystal Clear Compliance: Effective Management Systems and Tools for Refining HSE Compliance Assurance
ENV-05-182 Financial Assurance for RCRA Corrective Action
ENV-05-183 Using Institutional Controls to Slash Remediation Costs
ENV-05-184 Title V Certification Issues - A Self-Diagnostic Tool
ENV-05-185 Title V Permits - Where Air Rules and Emissions Estimates Collide
ENV-05-186 Demonstrating Compliance through Integration of Continuous Monitoring Data with Environmental Management Information Systems
ENV-05-187 A Large Refinery's Solution to Managing Data Needs for Continuous Emission Monitoring and Real-time Limit Calculations
ENV-05-188 Implementation of a Large Real-time Environmental Data Management System
ENV-05-189 SSMP Compliance Exposure Assessment
ENV-05-190 Information Architecture Planning Template for Health, Safety, and Environmental Organizations
ENV-05-191 Method Detection Limits And The Impacts On Compliance
ENV-05-192 Automating Groundwater Compliance Reporting
ENV-05-193 Assessment of Source-Specific Regional Haze BART
ENV-05-195 CWA Section 316(b) Regulations for Cooling Water Intakes at Refineries and Offshore Oil & Gas Extraction Facilities
ENV-05-196 Clearing the Air – The Impact of the Clean Air Act on Kay County, Oklahoma
ENV-05-197 Extension of NOx Correlation to Ethylene Cracking Furnaces
ENV-05-200 Are LNAPL Well Thickness Measurements Reliable?
ENV-05-201Flexibility of Liquid Redox Processing in Refinery Sulfur Management
ENV-05-202 Mobile Field Worker Task Management – A Key to Locking In Environmental Compliance
ENV-05-203 Regional Partnerships For Waste Reduction
ENV-05-205 Blood, Sweat and Tears, or how I got a functioning EMIS
ENV-05-206 Utilizing an Enterprise-wide Compliance Database Management System to Help Achieve Title V Compliance
ENV-05-207 Assuring Compliance: Implementation of an Information System within a Smaller Refining Organization
ENV-05-208 The Dos, Don’ts and Bewares of Implementing an IT System to Manage Title V Compliance
ENV-05-210 Key Elements of Successful Compliance Assurance Programs – With or Without an IT Solution
ENV-05-211 Technology Elements of a Robust Compliance Assurance System
ENV-05-213 LDEQ Fenceline Monitoring
ENV-05-214 Design and Implementation of a Large Facility Perimeter Air Monitoring Network
ENV-05-215 15 minute Status of SMART LDAR
ENV-05-216 State Flyover Monitoring / TexAQSII Remote Sensing VOC Project
ENV-05-218 TAGA Van – Lab on Wheels
ENV-06-140 The Invisible Business Risks in the Refinery Fuels Laboratory: It doesn't have to be Fraud to be Frightening
ENV-06-141 DOT Applicability - Are You Covered?
ENV-06-142 Continuous Fence line Air Monitoring for Benzene Using an Automated-Gas Chromatograph
ENV-06-144 Effective Flare Management in Refineries
ENV-06-146 Implementing Climate Change Policy in the Refining Industry - Industry Specific Challenges and Lessons Learned
ENV-06-147 Controlling NOX on Refinery Heaters Using CO-Based Control Technology
ENV-06-148 Looking Down the Road: Implications of EPA's New AERMOD Model for Refineries
ENV-06-149 An Insightful NSR Case Study
ENV-06-150 Field Data Collection Using Handheld Computers
ENV-06-151 Managing Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems
ENV-06-152 Using Asset Recovery to Lower Costs and Reduce Liabilities
ENV-06-153 Achieving Increased Consistency through Implementation of Multi-Site Environmental Information Management System
ENV-06-154 DynaWave Wet Gas Scrubbing: A New Alternative for Claus Unit Tail Gas Treating
ENV-06-155 Optimizing the Performance of Ultra-Low-Emission Burners in Refinery and Chemical Plant Furnaces
ENV-06-157 Unresolved BWON Issues
ENV-06-158 Implementation of a Real-Time Environmental Data Management System to Ensure HRVOC Program Compliance
ENV-06-159 Port Hawsbury Bioremediation and Secondary Containment Upgrades
ENV-06-160 Sediment Remedial Approach - Monitored Natural Recovery
ENV-06-161 Use and Calibration of the API Mobility Model to Predict LNAPL Recovery - A Case Study for a Former Midwestern Refinery
ENV-06-163 Regulatory Reporting Requirements for the Petroleum Industry
ENV-06-164 Managing the Business of Environmental Remediation
ENV-06-165 Implementation of MACT Rulemakings
ENV-06-166 Smart LDAR - Writing the Rules
ENV-06-167 Secrets to Meaningful, Sustainable and Efficient Regulatory Task Development for Compliance Certification
ENV-06-168 Permitting New or Expanded Discharges in Impaired Waters
ENV-06-169 Increasing Water Scarcity Raising Refineries - Interests in Water Recycle and Reuse
ENV-06-170 Reducing Emissions From Plant Flares
ENV-06-172 Strategic Compliance Planning in 8-Hour Ozone Nonattainment Areas
ENV-06-175 Designing Emission Testing Programs to Support Refinery NSPS, MACT and EPA Consent Decree Requirements: The Eight Step Program
ENV-06-176 Voluntary Actions to Address Climate Change: A Survey of Strategies and Activities by US Refiners and Petrochemical Producers
ENV-06-177 Cost Effective Actions to Mitigate the Impact of a Climate Change Policy
ENV-07-100 Report on Initial Operation of the World's First FCCU Application of the LOTOX Technology at a Texas Refinery
ENV-07-101 Results of a Plant Monitoring Program to Support Rule Making to Allow Smart LDAR in Louisiana
ENV-07-103 Regulatory Compliance - Approaching Zero Deviations
ENV-07-104 Utilizing Technology to Solve Compliance Data Management Issues
ENV-07-106 Keys to Sustainable Compliance - A Review of Facility Best Practices
ENV-07-107 An Examination of Increased Public Scrutiny of Title V/ PSD Projects
ENV-07-108 Case Study: Implementation of the National Environmental Performance Track (NEPT) at Marathon Petroleum Company's Louisiana and Texas Refining Divisions
ENV-07-110 LNAPL Remidiation - When is Enough, Enough?
ENV-07-111 Case Study of Accelerated Remedial Approach to Ultimately Achieve Corrective Action Goals
ENV-07-112 Optimizing LNAPL Remediation at a Former Oil Terminal
ENV-07-113 Environmental Activities in Support of Refinery Expansion
ENV-07-115 Refinery LDAR Challenges and Solutions
ENV-07-116 Lessons Learned During Implementation of a CEMS Data Handling System & Real Time Emissions Calculator at a Large Refinery
ENV-07-117 Texas MSS Permit - A Bright Light out of a Mess
ENV-07-120 Key Impacts and Strategies in a Carbon Cap-and-Trade
ENV-07-121 The Storm of Climate Change: When Will it Hit and What Will it Look Like?
ENV-07-122 Lessons Learned From an Alternative Energy Manufacturing Plant Life Cycle Assessment and Potential Implications for Refineries
ENV-07-123 Design, Operation and Performance of A Wet Scrubbing System for the Removal of Particulate, SOx and NOx from FCCU Regenerator Flue Gas- A Case History
ENV-07-125 New Generation Wet Electrostatic Precipitators
ENV-07-126 Air Ionization Technology - Destroying Air Emissions and Odors
ENV-07-127 Waste Treatment Processes with Simultaneous Resource Recovery
ENV-07-129 Practical Experience with the New LNAPL Management Paradigm
ENV-07-131 Infrared Spectroscopy and SMARTIR Optical Monitoring System for the Method 21 Alternative
ENV-07-132 Determining Mixed Stream Response Factor Corrections for LDAR Screening Programs
ENV-07-133 Disposal of Spent Caustic at the Repsol YPF Refinery in La Pampilla, Peru
ENV-07-134 Maximizing LNAPL Recovery Using Automation and Information Technology
ENV-07-135 Dealing with an Aging Work Force - What are we Going to do When the Baby Boom Retires?
ENV-08-001 A Potential Residual Risk Regulatory Requirement for Refineries: Fenceline Monitoring for Benzene
ENV-08-002 The Changing World of NSR - Refinery Impacts 2008
ENV-08-003 How the New Subpart Ja Regulations will Affect Your Refinery
ENV-08-006 Evaluation of the Impact of the Revised Lead NAAQS on Refineries
ENV-08-007 New Permitting Challenges: PM2.5 NAAQS and PSD Increment Modeling
ENV-08-008 Obtaining Clean Air Act Permits Despite Public Opposition
ENV-08-009 Reducing Environmental Impacts Using Novel Leak Detection and Mitigation Programs in Industrial Cooling Water
ENV-08-010 Investing in Real-Time Air Emissions Monitoring
ENV-08-013 A Practical Methodology for Determining Trading Ratio from TMDL Allocation Matrix in Support of Watershed-based Permitting
ENV-08-015 UTILIZING POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RECYCLING FOR INSITU
ENV-08-016 CARBON SEQUESTRATION: Regulatory and Liability Issues
ENV-08-017 CALCULATION OF REFINERY GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
ENV-08-019 An Update of Regulatory Developments under California's AB-32
ENV-08-020 Greenhouse Gas Management – An Analysis of the European Union GHG Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) – What the future holds in store for the US
ENV-08-021 Gasification of Refinery Oil-bearing Hazardous Secondary Materials: Options for Small Refineries
ENV-08-022 What can ‘Green’ do for you? How to Develop and Use a Corporate Sustainability Program
ENV-08-023 The California Low Carbon Fuel Standard and What It Means to You
ENV-08-026 Environmental Compliance Assurance through Improved Records & Information Management
ENV-08-027 Operation of Membrane Bioreactors in an Abrasive Environment
ENV-08-028 Stationary Storage Tank Cleaning, Degassing, and Refilling with an Emphasis on Air Quality
ENV-08-031 Skidded Combination Scrubber/WESP offers low cost, high efficiency SO2 and Particulate Removal for Bitumen Fired Boilers
ENV-08-033 Use of Mass Distributions to Assess & Justify Advanced Remedial Technologies
ENV-08-034 Title-V Monitoring Implementation: With Efficiency Feedback Control
ENV-08-035 Ensuring Compliance and Data Defensibility Through Laboratory Auditing
ENV-08-036 Advances in FCC Emissions Reduction Additives And Their Role in Implementing EPA Consent Decrees
ENV-08-038 Understanding and Managing Sources of Error for Emission Testing Sampling and Analytical Operations
ENV-08-039 Incorporating Sustainable Design into Service Station Design
ENV-08-12 Optimization Techniques Get More Out of Your Site Investigation Data
ENV-08-30 Biogas as a Source of Energy from Renewable Resources
ENV-09-02 Emerging Challenges in Ozone, Fine Particulate and Greenhouse Gas Regulation
ENV-09-03 DIGESTER GAS ENERGY UTILIZATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND REALITIES
ENV-09-04 Using the Comprehensive Performance Evaluation Approach to Optimize Industrial Waste Treatment Facilities
ENV-09-09 DIAL – What’s the Real Story?
ENV-09-10 Refinery MACT RTR – Changes for Storage Tanks
ENV-09-11 Opportunities and Limitations in the Use of Optical Remote Sensing Technologies
ENV-09-12 PM2.5 NSR – Challenges for Refiners
ENV-09-13 Application of Optical Remote Sensing in the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries
ENV-09-14 Understanding the Proposed TSCA Inventory Reset and Preparing for the Next TSCA Reporting Cycle
ENV-09-15 FTIR Technologies for Analysis of Gas Streams at Refineries
ENV-09-16 Case Study: Carbon Canister Design Documentation under Benzene Waste Operations
ENV-09-17 TMDL Responses and Recourse: A Look at the Calcasieu Estuary TMDL
ENV-09-19 Forthcoming NAAQS Changes and Implementation for PM2.5, SO2, and NO2
ENV-09-20 Navigating the NPDES Antidegradation Process: A Success Story
ENV-09-21 Refinery MACT I Residual Risk Amendments: Monitoring of Heat Exchange Systems
ENV-09-22 Petrochemical and Refinery Strategies for Investing in Carbon Markets: A Methodology for Evaluating and Selecting Carbon Offset Projects
ENV-09-23 A Coordinated Approach to Achieving NPDES Permit Compliance
ENV-09-24 Real Time Monitoring and Constituent Determination of Flare and Fuel Gas Streams Using Micro Gas Chromatography Techniques
ENV-09-25 Comparison of Two Flare Minimization Approaches
ENV-09-27 Case Study: The LDAR Alternate Work Practice: An AWP Primer and Guide to Practical Implementation and AWP Cost-Effectiveness
ENV-09-28 Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gases, Nitrogen Oxides, and Sulfur Oxides Emission Estimates: Technical Considerations and Statistical Calculation Methods
ENV-09-29 Impact of Wet Scrubber Blowdown on Refinery Biological Treatment
ENV-09-30 How will the EPA Proposed Monitoring Requirements for Leaks in Cooling Tower Return Lines from Heat Exchangers in Organic HAP Service Affect You?
ENV-09-34 BWON Compliance Benchmarking
ENV-09-38 Selenium Removal from Refinery Wastewater
ENV-09-39 Flare Emission Reduction Initiative – Balancing Community Expectation, Safety Practice, and Environmental Regulations
ENV-09-40 Planning for Termination of Refinery Consent Decrees
ENV-09-41Conducting a Mercury Mass Balance at Petroleum Refineries
ENV-09-44 STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS: IMPLEMENTING COMMUNITY AIR MONITORING PROGRAMS AT REFINERIES
ENV-09-45 Reversing Course: The Obama Administration’s Environmental Agenda and How it Will Impact the Refiner
ENV-09-46 Measurement of Gaseous VOC and Greenhouse Gas Content for Pressurized Process Wastewater Streams
ENV-09-47 Trends in EPA and State Refinery Flare Enforcement
ENV-09-50 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimation For Petroleum Refinery Operations in California: A Case Study of the Mandatory Reporting Rule
ENV-09-56 Case Study: EPA Mandatory Reporting Rule Gap Assessment
ENV-09-57 Regulatory Applicability and Compliance Concerns for ‘Steam Generating Unit’ NSPS at Certain Petroleum Refinery Furnaces
ENV-10-03 Environmentally and Economically Beneficial Flare Gas Recovery Projects in Petrochemical Facilities
ENV-10-04 FCCU Flue Gas Scrubbing for Particulate and Sulfur Dioxide Removal – A Tutorial
ENV-10-06 Next Generation Wet Electrostatic Precipitators
ENV-10-10 EPA Title V Objections and the Texas Permit Debate
ENV-10-12 Nitrogen Subtraction on Reported CO2 Emission Using Ultrasonic Flare Gas Meter
ENV-10-13 Innovative Cost-Effective Control Device for Wastewater VOC Emissions
ENV-10-14 UNDERSTANDING NAAQS SECONDARY STANDARDS FOR OZONE, PM, NO2 AND SO2
ENV-10-15 Lessons Learned on Long-Term Operation of MBBR for Refinery Wastewater Treatment
ENV-10-16 A Survey of Refinery MRR GHG Emission Inventory Efforts
ENV-10-18 Life after the PM10 Surrogate Policy
ENV-10-19 SEC Climate Change Disclosure Guidance - Impacts on the Petrochemical and Refining Industry
ENV-10-21Review of Carbon Accounting and Reporting in the Oil and Gas Industry
ENV-10-23 Development of a Novel Optical Remote Sensing Monitor for Fenceline Monitoring and Enhancement of Existing Leak Detection and Repair Programs
ENV-10-24 Performance Evaluation of a Steam- Assisted Flare at High Turndown Using Passive Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
ENV-10-26 Examination of New Measurement Methods for Fine Particulate: OTM 27 and OTM 28
ENV-10-29 Why Biofuel Projects Make Cents
ENV-10-33 Challenges With 1-hour NO2 and SO2 NAAQS Compliance
ENV-10-34 Results from Emissions Measurement Projects Conducted on Delayed Coking Unit Atmospheric Depressurization Vents
ENV-10-38 Emerging Dispersion Modeling Issues for NAAQS Compliance:PM2.5, NO2 and SO2
ENV-10-40 Improved Air Emissions Estimates - How to Get ThereImproved Air Emissions Estimates - How to Get There
ENV-10-42 Flare Management and Other Petroleum Refining Enforcement Priorities: Is EPA Identifying New “Marquee” Issues?
ENV-10-43 Unified Approach for Valero’s Air Emissions and Greenhouse Gas Calculations and Reporting
ENV-10-44 Using a Marginal Abatement Cost (MAC) Curve for Managing Greenhouse Gases at Your Facility
ENV-10-45 PM2.5 and Condensable Measurements Under the PM2.5 Implementation Rule
ENV-10-47 Toxic Substance Control Act – Preparing for the Inventory Update Rule and Future
ENV-10-51Heat Exchanger Leak Identification – Tools of the Trade
ENV-10-54 Defensible Emission Calculations for Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Systems
ENV-10-58 Managing GHGs in a Carbon Constrained World: Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program and Environmental Management Information System Integration, A Case Study
ENV-10-59 BACT for GHG BACT to the Future… Starting January 2, 2011 in a Refinery near You
ENV-10-62 Evaluating Fugitive Emissions Compliance Database Systems to Demonstrate “Substantial and Material Compliance” as a Means of Terminating USEPA LDAR Consent Decrees
ENV-10-65 Conquering the Challenges Posed by the Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine (RICE) Rules
ENV-10-66 Determination of Elevated Combustion Flare Efficiencies by Passive FTIR
ENV-10-68 Technical Analysis of the ‘Crude Shuffle’ Greenhouse Gas Emissions Impacts Resulting from a Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) Policy
ENV-10-69 Implementing the New Source Review ‘Reasonable Possibility’ Requirements at Petroleum Refinery Projects
ENV-10-70 CEMS AND FLOW MEASUREMENT ON REFINERY FLARE HEADERS
ENV-11-04 Challenges for Modeling Compliance With Short-term SO2, NO2, and PM2.5 Ambient Standards
ENV-11-06 The Impact of Policies on Fuel Quality Changes Globally
ENV-11-07 Effective PSD Permitting Strategies for GHG Emissions
ENV-11-08 Water Conservation, Total Dissolved Solids, and Whole-Effluent Toxicity Testing
ENV-11-09 Sweden’s Approaches to Refinery Emissions Inventories and Their Influence on the U.S. EPA
ENV-11-10 Towards a Better Implementation of the Greenhouse Gas Information Management System
ENV-11-11 NSR 2011 Update - New Challenges for Refiners
ENV-11-12 Lessons Learned During the Start-up of a Major Refinery Expansion
ENV-11-17 Ozone-Based Remedial Action for Fractured Bedrock Site
ENV-11-19 Proliferation of CMAQ Model Applications in the Era of Rapidly Changing NAAQS Landscape
ENV-11-20 Patented Low-Cost Removal of Petroleum Impacts in Groundwater
ENV-11-25 Implications of the EPA Residual Risk Information Collection Request (ICR) for Petroleum Refineries (and Others)
ENV-11-27 Statistical Approach for MACT Floor Setting - Does One Size Fit All?
ENV-11-28 Polyethylene Diffusion Bag - Groundwater Sampling Without Purging
ENV-11-30 From Here To A Penalty: Anatomy of EPA Civil Administrative Enforcement
ENV-11-32 The Tulane Environmental Law Clinic: A Profile of the Gulf South’s Most Active Environmental Public Interest Organization
ENV-11-34 Understanding the Delay and How to Comply with TSCA Chemical Data Reporting
ENV-11-35 Sustainable Compliance Monitoring with Reduced Operating Costs and Greater Accuracy: A Case Study for Software CEMS on Gas Turbines
ENV-11-36 Source Testing Methods for Particulate Matter: A Comparative Review of Measurement Methods
ENV-11-37 Valero’s Implementation of EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Mandatory Reporting Rule
ENV-11-38 Navigating the GHG Mandatory Reporting Rules Instrumentation Requirements
ENV-11-40 Challenges for the Refiner Under the Obama Administration's New "Clean Water Framework"
ENV-11-41 Quantifying Inaccuracies and Categorizing Risk for TANKS4.0 Errors in Organic Liquid Storage Tanks Emissions Estimation
ENV-11-42 Triple R - Refinery Residual Risk
ENV-11-43 Determining PM10 and PM2.5 Emission from Cooling Towers with Variable Total Dissolved Solids
ENV-11-44 The Zero-Noncompliance Environment: How to Get There Using Benchmarking and Proactive LDAR Program Management
ENV-11-46 Gas-Fired Heater and Boiler Tune-Ups: Program Development and Implementation Guidance
ENV-11-47 Effect of New NAAQS Air Dispersion Modeling Requirements on the Petroleum Refining Industry
ENV-11-51 Demonstration of CO2 Capture & Sequestration for Steam Methane Reforming Process for Large Scale Hydrogen Production
ENV-11-53 Bact for GHG-Where Do We Stand?
ENV-13-01 Back to the Future: Environmental Justice – Coming Soon to a Refinery Near You!
ENV-13-03 The Greenhouse Gas Mandatory Reporting Rule (GHG MRR) – Lessons Learned, Data Trends and Continued Compliance Challenges
ENV-13-04 Refinery Greenhouse Gas Monitoring: Technical and Financial Considerations in a Capped Framework
ENV-13-05 Strategic Considerations for Effectively Managing the Greenhouse Gas Permitting Process at Petroleum Refineries
ENV-13-10 Traditional PM Emission Factors Being Left in the Dust
ENV-13-11 Challenges for Modeling Compliance with Short-term SO2, NO2 and PM2.5 Ambient Standards
ENV-13-13 2011 Refinery ICR Submittals Impact on TRI & Other Regulatory Issues
ENV-13-14 Oh, Vapor Pressure, Why Can’t You Be True – a Shale Oil Affair
ENV-13-18 MSS Permitting: Coming to a State Near You?
ENV-13-19 Flaring Enforcement: Understanding Agency Priorities and Potential Outcomes
ENV-13-22 IR Technology for Automatic Flare Steam Control
ENV-13-24 Advances in Flare Performance Parameters
ENV-13-25 Method of Early Detection of H2S Releases to Refinery Flares
ENV-13-26 BP Whiting – Design Highlights of a NSPS Subpart Ja and Consent Decree Compliant Refinery Flare
ENV-13-27 Measurement of Combustion Efficiency of Ground Flare Burners
ENV-13-28 Proof of Concept Text for a Real-Time Flare Combustion Efficiency Monitor
ENV-13-39 The Current State of Refinery GHG BACT Determinations
ENV-13-41 You Really Can Get Your CD Terminated
ENV-13-42 Assessment of What the New 316b Rule will Require AFPM Members To Do
ENV-13-43 Impact of Elevated Refinery Wastewater Temperature on Nitrification Rates in the Activated Sludge
ENV-13-44 Lifting the Administrative Stay on H2S TRI Reporting: Lessons Learned from the 2012 TRI Reporting
ENV-13-45 Fence Line Monitoring at a Major Petrochemical Refinery
ENV-13-46 Finding and Fixing Heat Exchanger Leaks
ENV-13-48 Crude Repositioning – The Positive Multimedia Experience of US Oil and Refining
ENV-13-50 A Technical Review of the NSPS Subpart Ja Monitoring and Instrumentation Requirements with Respect to Other Refinery Regulatory Programs for Streamlining compliance Demonstration at non-Flare Affected Facilities
ENV-13-52 Examining the Risks of the PSM ‘replacement in kind’
ENV-13-53 Use of the Emission Isolation Flux Chamber to Determine Area Source Emissions
ENV-13-54 2013 Update – No Relaxation in Challenges for Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers
ENV-13-55 Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and Reportable Quantity (RQ) Reporting
ENV-13-61 Title V Deviation Reporting
ENV-13-62 Method of Sampling Limitations and Challenges Related to Refinery ICR Testing on Delayed Coking Unit Vents
ENV-13-63 Tier 3 Low Sulfur Gasoline: How Low Can We Go?
ENV-13-64 TSCA Reform – Current Issues and Future Impacts
ENV-13-6O Method of Sampling Limitations and Challenges Related to Refinery ICR Testing on Delayed Coking Unit Vents
ENV-14-1 Boiler MACT Energy Assessments at Refineries: A Case Study
ENV-14-10 15 Years of the EPA Risk Management Program Rule: A Review of Enforcement and Compliance Management Issues at Refineries and Petrochemical Facilities
ENV-14-11 Gone Are The Days of the SSM Exemption
ENV-14-13 It’s Alive! That Heated Tank May Still Be Breathing
ENV-14-15 Refinery Air Emission Metrics
ENV-14-19 Effective Stakeholder Engagement to Support Critcal Capital Projects
ENV-14-2 Reducing Compliance Risk for Dilute VOC Control Operation in Plastics Production
ENV-14-23 NSPS Subpart Ja Flare Management Plan – Plan Elements and Lessons Learned
ENV-14-25 Solutions for Managing the Impact of Subpart Ja for Flare Systems
ENV-14-29 Coming Soon to a Refinery Near You – The Social Cost of Carbon
ENV-14-3 Alternative Control Systems to Reduce Flare Use During Turnaround and Unit Deinventory
ENV-14-32 Trends in Greenhouse Gas BACT Review
ENV-14-36 Strategic Implications of Ozone NAAQS Developments on PSD Permitting
ENV-14-38 PM2.5 Air Quality Modeling for Permits
ENV-14-41 Dealing with the SO2 NAAQS Data Requirements Rule: Challenges and Options
ENV-14-46 Complicated Yet Necessary: Managing Compliance with the Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine (RICE) Rules
ENV-14-5 DESIGNING STORMWATER SYSTEMS THAT OPTIMIZE ROI AND MINIMIZE RISK
ENV-14-50 Establishing a Site-Specific NOX Emission Limit under NSPS Ja: A Case Study
ENV-14-56 Proposed Revisions to Refinery MACT (haven't we heard this before?)
ENV-14-57 NSR Permitting of Coke Drum Steam Vents at Delayed Coker Units
ENV-14-59 Overview of Proposed Refinery Residual Risk Rule
ENV-14-60 Overview of Refinery Fenceline Monitoring Pilot Project and EPA's Proposed Refinery Risk and Technology Review Rule
ENV-14-62 Refinery Residual Risk
ENV-14-70 Summary of Recently Issued §316b Rule
ENV-14-73 Advances in Biological Wastewater Process Control
ENV-14-74 Waste Planning for Spill Response
ENV-15-103 The Petroleum Refining Effluent Guidelines Past, Present and Future
ENV-15-106 Novel Approach for Removing Selenium from Phillips 66 Ponca City, OK Refinery Effluent
ENV-15-109 Implication to Refiners on the Expansion of the U.S. EPA’s Definition of “Waters of the U.S.”
ENV-15-11 Reporting Emissions from NSPS Ja Flares – Are You Contemplating An On-Line Flare Gas Moisture Analyzer or TDLS to Determine Moisture Content
ENV-15-12 Boiler MACT/CISWI Implementation
ENV-15-15 Permeable Absorptive Barriers for LNAPL Migration Control
ENV-15-16 Portable Control Devices
ENV-15-18 New Methods to Monitor Subsurface Petroleum Degradation
ENV-15-2 Recent Developments in Emissions Banking and Trading
ENV-15-23 Evaluating Modification Under NSPS GGGa and Interpretations of the Stay of the Capital Expenditure Definition
ENV-15-26 The One-Two Punch: Risk Management Program and General Duty Clause Enforcement
ENV-15-27 Appropriate Treatment of Tank Degassing and Cleaning Events, With a Focus on Air Emissions Estimation Methodology and Control Practices, State and Federal Permitting Impacts, and Emission Inventory Reporting
ENV-15-28 Ethylene Residual Risk
ENV-15-30 Pros and Cons of Flare Monitoring Instrumentation for Compliance with NSPS Ja
ENV-15-32 Evaluation of Alternative Methods for Remote Monitoring of Petrochemical Flare Operating Efficiency
ENV-15-33 Finishing and Maintaining Your Flare Management Plan: Before and After November 11
ENV-15-34 Validation Test for Real-Time Direct Remote Monitoring of Flare Combustion Efficiency
ENV-15-35 Eliminating H2S and SO2 Emissions at SRU, Coker and Other Sulfur Handling Units of Refineries
ENV-15-41 Ozone NAAQS Planning Consideration
ENV-15-45 New Modeling Guidance and Requirements – What To Do About It All
ENV-15-5 Air Permitting Impacts of New Emissions Estimation Techniques for Heater and Hot Product Storage Tanks
ENV-15-51 2016: A Year of Intensive Activity for SO2 NAAQS Implementation
ENV-15-54 PM 10/2.5 Emissions from Gas-Fired Refinery Boilers and Heaters: Test Methods, Results and Better Emission Factors for Air Quality Impact Assessment
ENV-15-55 P&ID-Based Compliance Reviews – Environmental Compliance Risk and Operating Cost Reductions: Case Study and Strategy at the Marathon Garyville Refinery
ENV-15-57 Implications of EPA’s SSM SIP Call
ENV-15-6 Permitting Startup, Shutdown, and Maintenance Emissions: It’s Coming … Be Prepared!
ENV-15-60 New and Updated Emissions Factors: Strategies for Updating Permit Limits and Reports While Minimizing Enforcement Risk
ENV-15-63 Updated Ammonia Criteria and the Impact on Refinery Wastewaters
ENV-15-66 Real Updates to RCRA
ENV-15-69 Wind-Driven Air Sparging Pilot Study
ENV-15-70 How Environmental Groups’ Evolving Anti- Fossil Fuel Strategy Made Crude-by-Rail So Complicated
ENV-15-73 NSPS QQQ Capital Project Review Process
ENV-15-74 BWON and Chemical Plants
ENV-15-76 At the Corner of “Next Gen” and “No SSM”: Potential Issues in Defending Agency Enforcement Actions, Citizen Suits, and Community Tort Litigation
ENV-15-78 Odor Issues at Industrial Facilities: A Legal Framework
ENV-15-83 Upcoming Changes to EPA’s Risk Management Program: Implications for Industry, Emergency Responders and Communities
ENV-15-91 EPA’s Fenceline Monitoring Program – What Will It Bring?
ENV-15-94 EPA Guidance Review and Case Studies – Terminating Post-Closure Care Permits and Waster Analysis Plans for TSDFs
ENV-15-97 Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing
ENV-16-101 Selenium Treatment of Refinery Wastewater Effluents Using Physical/Chemical and Biological Treatment Technologies
ENV-16-105 New RMP Risks
ENV-16-106 Regulatory Update on TSCA Reform
ENV-16-11 New EPA Programs to Expedite RCRA Corrective Action
ENV-16-12 Cost of Carbon - It’s not just social anymore
ENV-16-14 Environmental Justice Trends: Managing Risks to Refineries
ENV-16-18 Industry Challenges Dealing with the EPA Ethylene MACT RTR
ENV-16-19 Avoiding BWON Enforcement from the Recent EMACT Section 114 Request
ENV-16-2 NSR/PSD Permitting – A View from the Inside
ENV-16-21 Comparison of MACT CC and NSPS Subpart Ja Requirements – Flares
ENV-16-22 Performance Evaluations of Variable Speed Air-Assisted Flares Using Passive FTIR
ENV-16-23 CERCLA / EPCRA Continuous Release Reporting and Other Strategies for Responding to New Emissions Factors, New Regulations, and Operational Changes
ENV-16-25 Automatic Control of Flare Gas Net Heating Value – Implementation and Lessons Learned
ENV-16-27 Benefits of Using Gas Chromatography Coupled with Flame Photometric Detection in Place of Wet Methods for the Analysis of Sulfur Compounds in Flares
ENV-16-28 Assessment of Flare Smokeless Capacity Estimation Techniques
ENV-16-29 Cost of Complying with the Flare Monitoring Requirements under the New Refinery RTR Rule
ENV-16-3 Air Emission Credit Update: Emerging Strategies
ENV-16-33 What Does the New O&G Methane NSPS Mean for AFPM Members?
ENV-16-34 Climate Change Regulatory Initiatives in the Pacific Northwest: A Growing Challenge for the Petroleum Industry
ENV-16-37 A Mixed Approach: SO2 1-hr NAAQS Implementation in the U.S.
ENV-16-4 Application of RTR Rule Changes to Storage Vessels and Best Practices for Implementation
ENV-16-40 Identifying the Influence of Exceptional Events and International Transport: An Overview of When and How to Apply Clean Air Act Provisions for Background Ozone
ENV-16-42 EPA Modeling Guideline Changes: Important Updates for the Petroleum Industry
ENV-16-53 EPA’s Methane Agenda – Will the Oil & Gas NSPS OOOOa Regulation Affect Refining?
ENV-16-58 Understanding the Validity and Increased Scrutiny of Data Used for Compliance Purposes
ENV-16-63 Similar but Not the Same! MACT CC and NSPS Ja
ENV-16-66 Double Trouble: An Update on General Duty Obligations
ENV-16-69 U.S. EPA’s Compliance and Emissions Data Reporting Interface (CEDRI): What Can You Expect?
ENV-16-7 Hot, Heavy Breathing and Other Bad Tank Behavior
ENV-16-73 Refinery Fenceline Monitoring Implications for Petrochemical Industry
ENV-16-74 Sensitivity of EPA 325 to Field Handling Protocols
ENV-16-75 Refinery Sector Rule Implementation – “Mind the Gap(s)”
ENV-16-76 Finding a Correlation: FCCU Operating Parameters vs HCN Emissions
ENV-16-78 Real World RSR Implementation: Lessons Learned on Tanks, SRU, Cokers
ENV-16-79 An Overview of Hydrogen Cyanide Air Emission Test Methods to Measure Emissions from Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Units
ENV-16-82 Implementation of a Maintenance Vent Compliance Program
ENV-16-83 Sam Spec and the Storage Tank RSR Compliance Caper
ENV-16-85 Lessons Learned from Fenceline Monitoring Trial Programs
ENV-16-9 Overview of Regional Emissions Markets and Pricing
ENV-16-97 Increasing EPA Enforcement Under the CAA GDC and RMP
ENV-16-98 Refinery Effluent Guidelines Status
ENV-16-99 Technology Tool Box for Integrated Water Management at Petroleum Refineries
ENV-17-01 A False Sense of Security - Shifts in EPA’s Policy Regarding PSD Demand Growth Exclusion
ENV-17-02 AP-42 for Storage Tanks is Changing – Does It Matter?
ENV-17-03 Benzene Waste Operations NESHAP Compliance using Optical Gas Imaging
ENV-17-04 Beyond MACT DDDDD: Boiler and Heater Tuning From a Best Management Practices Perspective
ENV-17-05 Building Out Your Fenceline Monitoring Toolkit
ENV-17-06 Clean Air Act Citizen Suits and Title V Objections: Cases and Strategies
ENV-17-07 Refinery ELG: What You Need to Know
ENV-17-08 Desalter Brine Effluent Pretreatment – An Emerging Process for Heavy Crude Refiners
ENV-17-09 Developing, Implementing, and Documenting Data Algorithms Required by the Refinery MACT I
ENV-17-10 F037 and Refinery Sewer Inspection and Maintenance Programs
ENV-17-11 Finding a Correlation: FCCU Operating Parameters vs HCN Emissions – Round 2!
ENV-17-12 Flameless Thermal Oxidation Technology & Operating Experience
ENV-17-13 Flare Management During Process Unit Shutdown
ENV-17-14 Flare Minimization – A Report from the San Francisco Bay Area after a Decade of Plan Implementation
ENV-17-15 Flare Monitoring Scoping for RSR
ENV-17-16 Key Technical Challenges and Approaches to Compliance for the 2019 Refinery Flare MACT Requirements
ENV-17-17 Navigating New Rules for Startup, Shutdown and Malfunction Under the Refinery Sector Rule
ENV-17-18 NGO Activism and Litigation -- Expected Trends and Potential Responses
ENV-17-19 NSR Reform in 2017 – What's Next?
ENV-17-20 Patching the Holes in the Fenceline – Updates to EPA 325 Requirements
ENV-17-21 Performance Review of Remote and Direct Flare Combustion Efficiency Monitor
ENV-17-22 PM2.5 Modeling Challenges, An Unheralded Project Stopper for Large Refineries
ENV-17-23 Practical Approach to Preparing the Refinery MACT 1 Flare Management Plan and CPMS Monitoring Plan
ENV-17-24 Preparing your Community for Fenceline Monitoring Data
ENV-17-25 PSD Ozone Modeling - What that means for Refiners
ENV-17-26 Reality Check: Proof that the New AP-42 Flare VOC Emission Factor has Technical Flaws
ENV-17-27 Refinery 1-hour SO2 NAAQS Non-Attainment SIP Air Quality Modeling Analysis Case Study
ENV-17-28 Refinery Process Stream Composition Data – Update to Speciation Data in API 4723
ENV-17-29 Refinery Sector Rule Flare Monitoring
ENV-17-30 Refinery Water Use Study
ENV-17-31 Refinery-wide Maintenance Vent Compliance Program Development Strategies
ENV-17-32 Refrigerant Rule Revisions: Is Your Industrial Facility Prepared?
ENV-17-33 Revisions to EPA's RCRA Definition of Solid Waste Rule and Post-Closure Care Guidance and their Effect
ENV-17-35 The New TSCA – An Overview
ENV-17-36 Three Year Benzene Pilot Study Yields Valuable Data and Solutions
ENV-17-37 TSCA Reform – the Inventory Reset Rule
ENV-17-38 Understanding EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule
ENV-17-40 Wastewater Operational Parameters to Support Biological Selenium Removal
ENV-95-001 Q&A on Waste Issues
ENV-95-002 Regulatory Reform Q&A
ENV-95-003 Q&A on Air Issues
ENV-95-155 TREATING THE MIXTURE OF NORM CONTAMINATED AND RCRA LISTED REFINERY WASTE STREAMS
ENV-95-156 DO WHAT MAKES SENSE
ENV-95-157 THE APPLICATION OF SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION/AQUIFER AIR SPARGING TECHNOLOGIES TO A PETROLEUM PRODUCT CONTAMINATED SITE
ENV-95-158 COMBATING THE PROBLEM OF LEAKS FROM ABOVEGROUND OIL STORAGE TANK SYSTEMS
ENV-95-159 "Minimizing Sludge Production in Petroleum Refining Waste Water Treatment"
ENV-95-160 A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO BENZENE NESHAP AT A 50 YEAR OLD WASTE WATER TREATING PLANT
ENV-95-161 UPGRADING REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS WITH ABOVE-GROUND OIL/WATER SEPARATION TANKS: THREE CASE HISTORIES
ENV-95-162 FCC OFF-GAS CLEANING AT THE VALERO REFINERY CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
ENV-95-163 NOx EMISSIONS FROM PROCESS HEATERS AND BOILERS: IMPROVING EMISSIONS ESTIMATES
ENV-95-164 COMPLIANCE INVESTIGATIONS & ENFORCEMENT OF EXISTING AIR EMISSION REGULATIONS AT REGION 5 PETROLEUM REFINERIES
ENV-95-165 IMPACT OF TITLE I AT PETROLEUM REFINERIES PETROCHEMICAL AND PLANTS IN OZONE NONATTAINMENT AREAS; A CASE HISTORY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
ENV-95-166 NOBODY KNOWS CHERRY POINT LIKE CHERRY POINT PEOPLE TITLE V OPERATING PERMITS: A TEAM APPROACH
ENV-95-167 TREATMENT OF REFINERY WASTEWATER TOXICITY VIA SELECTIVE RESIN ADSORPTION
ENV-95-169 WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMPLIANCE BENEFITS TO BE GAINED FROM A GOOD AMINE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
ENV-95-170 RISK ASSESSMENT RESULTS IN MAJOR COST SAVINGS FOR SULFUR RECOVERY FACILITY EXPANSION
ENV-95-171 DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DOW REGULATORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
ENV-95-172 UNDERSTANDING THE NEW MARINE TERMINAL NESHAPS RULE (40 CFR Part 63 - Subpart Y)
ENV-95-173 RESPONDING TO WATER QUALITY CRITERIA-BASED LIMITS IN YOUR NPDES PERMIT
ENV-95-174 POWDERED ACTIVATED CARBON REDUCTION AT A 750,000 GPD CRUDE OIL REFINERY ACTIVATED SLUDGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
ENV-95-175 SLUDGE MINIMIZATION IN CRUDE OIL STORAGE TANKS
ENV-95-176 ENVIRONMENTAL BENCHMARKING: . ..peer companies talking face-to-face on leading edge issues.
ENV-95-177 "Environmental Benchmarking"
ENV-96-155 TOWARD EFFECTIVE ECOLOGICAL RISK-MANAGEMENT OF REFINERY CORRECTIVE ACTION
ENV-96-156 ZOST EFFECTIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBSURFACE LITHOLOGY AND HYDROCARBON CONTAMINATION USING THE CONE PENTROMETER AND RAPID OPTICAL SCREENING TOOL (ROSTTM)
ENV-96-157 SITE-WIDE MANAGEMENT PLAN: A CONSISTENT AND COST EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO ADDRESSING SOIL AND GROUNDWATER CONTAMINANTS AT AN ACTIVE REFINERY & NGL PROCESS CENTER AND SPECIALTY CHEMICAL & PLASTICS PLANT
ENV-96-158 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND CUTTING COSTS: INTRINSIC BIODEGRADATION OF BENZENE IN A FRESH WATER AQUIFER
ENV-96-159 Environmental Data Management: Keys to Successful Implementation
ENV-96-160 FLYING J REFINERY OUTREACH
ENV-96-161 TOTAL INSTALLED COSTS FOR CONTINUOUS EMISSIONS MONITORING SYSTEMS
ENV-96-164 GENERATION AND CONTROL OF REDUCED SULFUR COMPOUND EMISSIONS FROM REFINERY SULFUR PLANTS
ENV-96-165 WASTE MINIMIZATION FOR SELECTED RESIDUALS IN THE PETROLEUM REFINING INDUSTRY
ENV-96-166 THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONAL'S GUIDE TO THE INTERNET: USING ON-LINE SERVICES TO ACCESS ENVIRONMENTAL DATA AND INFORMATION"
ENV-96-167 COMMON SENSE INITIATIVE PETROLEUM REFINING SECTOR ONE-STOP REPORTING AND PUBLIC ACCESS PILOT PROJECT
ENV-96-168 TRENDS IN REFINERY TITLE V PERMITTING
ENV-96-169 PREPARING HAZARD ASSESSMENT AT A REFINERY FOR THE CLEAN AIR ACT 112(r) RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
ENV-96-170 THE “NEW” NEW SOURCE REVIEW REQUIREMENTS AND THEIR EFFECT ON REFINERS
ENV-96-171 ESTIMATION OF HAP EMISSIONS FROM FUGITIVE EQUIPMENT LEAKS IN A PETROLEUM REFINERY
ENV-96-172 OUR EXPERIENCE WITH NOx PEMS INSTALLED ON EIGHT ETHYLENE FURNACES
ENV-96-173 NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR REFINERY OR PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS (EMISSION CONTROLS)
ENV-96-174 OIL SPILL EMERGENCY RESPONSE
ENV-96-175 REVOLUTIONIZING SUBSURFACE REMEDIATION: 2-phase Extraction Accelerates Cost-effective Site Remediation
ENV-97-01 THE SINCLAIR REFINERY PROJECT
ENV-97-02 FUGITIVE CONSOLIDATION PROJECT
ENV-97-03 USING THERMAL OXIDATION TO CONTROL COMPLEX VOC VAPOR STREAMS
ENV-97-04 BENZENE NESHAPS COMPLIANCE IN WASTEWATER STREAMS: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED IN FIVE YEARS?
ENV-97-05 ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS TRAINING FOR PROCESS UNIT SUPERVISORS -A TOOL FOR IMPROVING COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND COMPLIANCE
ENV-97-06 AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE MODEL RMP FOR REFINERIES
ENV-97-07 RMP CASE STUDY: A ‘BEYOND COMPLIANCE’ APPROACH FOCUSED ON MINIMIZING RISK
ENV-97-08 COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE MODELING APPROACHES FOR PETROLEUM INDUSTRY HAZARD ASSESSMENTS IN THE RMP PROCESS
ENV-97-09 SEARCH WARRANTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT ANOTHER TYPE OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE
ENV-97-10 TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR AUDIT/INSPECTION SURVIVAL
ENV-97-11 EPA DELISTING OF THERMAL DESORBTION
ENV-97-12 SOIL CONTAMINATION SMART SAMPLING AND RISK MANAGEMENT
ENV-97-15 MITIGATE NOx BY STEAM INJECTION
ENV-97-16 SHORT TERM INDOOR AND OUTDOOR PM2.5 MONITORING PROJECT
ENV-97-17 CONDITIONS RISK ASSESSMENT OF IN-GROUND REFINERY SEWERS WITH SEISMIC SCANNING TECHNOLOGIES
ENV-97-18 ANNUAL REGULATORY REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY-A COMPENDIUM
ENV-97-21 SPRAY POLYUREA COATINGS AS SECONDARY CONTAINMENT LINERS
ENV-97-22 PUTTING MORE ‘MANAGEMENT’ BACK INTO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
ENV-97-23 THE USE OF THE RBCA PROCESS FOR CLOSURE OF RCRA SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS A CASE STUDY
ENV-97-24 IMPLEMENTING THE NATIONAL RESPONSE TEAM’S INTEGRATED CONTINGENCY PLANNING GUIDANCE
ENV-97-25 BIOTREATMENT OF MTBE-CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER IN A MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR
ENV-98-171 Getting Ahead of the NRLIA Process
ENV-98-172 A Demonstration of Intrinsic Remediation As An Effective Interim Corrective Measure
ENV-98-173 Particulate Control Options for FCCU Regenerator Flue Gas-Performance, Economics, Flexibility, and Reliability
ENV-98-174 Case Studies And Design Considerations Of LO-CAT II H2S Oxidation Units In Refinery And Oil & Gas Applications
ENV-98-176 Biological Treating of H2S, SOX and NOX in Refinery And Chemical Process Applications
ENV-98-178 Petroleum Refinery Greenhouse Gas Emissions
ENV-98-179 Air Toxics, MACT and Residual Risk
ENV-98-181 Advanced Chemical Fingerprinting of Sub-surface Contamination
ENV-98-182 Selenium Removal From Petroleum Refinery Wastewater
ENV-98-183 Commercial Strategies for Gasoline Sulfur Reduction
ENV-98-184 Recent Developments in Regulatory Air Dispersion Models And The Implications for Petrochemical Facilities
ENV-98-185 Experience With The Integrated Contingency Plan
ENV-98-186 Reuse of Nonhazardous Petroleum Contaminated Soils: A Case History Mobil Oil Beaumont Refinery - Beaumont, TX
ENV-98-188 The Ripple Effect of Fuel Regulations and the Strategic Response of Refiners
ENV-99-171 Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permitting Of Major Refinery Expansion Projects (An Important Case Study)
ENV-99-172 A Methodical Approach for Evaluation of Regulatory Requirements and Applicability at a Complex Refinery
ENV-99-173 Improving Communications Between A Company and Its Neighbors: A Logical Process and Model
ENV-99-174 Risk Management Program Audit Guidance Training
ENV-99-175 Hazardous Waste Minimization
ENV-99-176 Risk-Based, Business Approach To Sewer Assessments-Refinery Case Study
ENV-99-177 Evaluating Remediation Needs and Options – A Fraction-Specific Approach to Soil and Groundwater 'TPH' Analysis
ENV-99-178 Refractory COD in Refinery Wastewater
ENV-99-179 THE ROLE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN
ENV-99-180 Proposed Site-Specific Selenium Criteria for Linnville Bayou
ENV-99-181 Design, Operation and Performance of a Recently Installed Wet Scrubbing System at Motiva's Texas Refinery
ENV-99-182 Implications of Four New EPA Rulemakings for the Petroleum Refining Industry: A Case Study
ENV-99-183 Ambient and Human Sources of Hydrogen Sulfide: An Explosive Topic
ENV-99-184 Sustainable Development, Sustainable Profitability??
ENV-99-185 Designing an EMIS (that people will use...!)
ENV-99-186 State of the Art Processes for Handling FCC Flue Gas Emissions
ENV-99-187 Compliance-Focused EMS and Non-Compliance Casual Analysis
ENV-99-188 Texas Natural Resource Conservation Committee Environmental Compliance Management Systems Pilot Project
ENV-99-189 Community Outreach Programs In The Refining and Petrochemical Industries-How Do We Measure Success?
ENV-99-190 Insights To Be Gained From Multimedia Investigation Reports: A Review of Issues Raised
ENV-99-191 Year 2000 Multi-Media Enforcement Targeting Procedure Compliance Assurance & Enforcement Division Region 6 EPA, Dallas, TX August, 1999
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Evaluation of 12 Hr Shift Schedule Rotations Refinery Operations
Fall Protection Training Get What You Need
FAP-03-140 Effective Inclusion of Human Factors into Existing and New Facilities
FAP-03-141 Addressing the Personal Factors of Human Error that Lead to Safety Non-Compliance
FAP-03-142 The Power of Databases in Workplace Assessment
FAP-03-143 Turnaround Safety Best Practices
FAP-03-144 NFPA Update
FAP-03-145 Fire Fighting Foam Testing
FAP-03-146 Industry Standards
FAP-03-147 Keynote Speaker
FAP-03-148 CITGO Lemont Crude Unit Fire
FAP-03-149 ExxonMobil Reactor Metal Fire
FAP-03-150 Motiva CRU Heater Fire
FAP-03-151 Presentation by a Distinguished Safety
FAP-03-152 Why Responsible Care?
FAP-03-153 OSHA's Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP)
FAP-03-154 An Industry View of VPP
FAP-03-155 Revisions to 29 CFR 1926.550 – Standards for cranes and Derricks
FAP-03-156 The Technology of Cable Tuning and it's Effect on Horizontal Lifelines and Anchorages
FAP-04-106 Fire Protection in Chemical, Petrochemical, and Hydrocarbon Processing Facilities – A New Approach
FAP-04-107 Equistar Heater Explosion - Lessons learned
FAP-04-108 Industrial Fire Brigade Training - NFPA 1081
FAP-04-110 How We Achieved Excellence in our Safety Program – NPRA Distinguished Safety Award Recipient
FAP-04-112 Human Factors - Value or Vapor?
FAP-04-113 Ergonomics Solutions for Value Design, Operations and Maintenance
FAP-04-114 A Systematic Approach for a Sustainable Ergonomics Process in the Petrochemical Industry
FAP-04-116 Pre-Planning for Post-Emergency Incident Management
FAP-04-117 Emergency Telephone Notification: An Industry Case Study
FAP-04-118 Hydrocarbon Fires - Ignition Hazards
FAP-04-119 Understanding the Electric Arc Flash Hazard
FAP-04-121 Release of Radioactive Material - Lessons Learned
FAP-04-122 OSHA Update
FAP-04-123 Practical Hazard Recognition Techniques
FAP-04-124 Safe Acts Program
FAP-04-125 Contractor Pre-Qualification
FAP-04-126 Safety Involvement Teams
FCC Catalyst Selection in Diffusion Limited Operating Regimes
FCC Regenerator Afterburn Causes and Cures
FCC Technology – The Keys to Unit Profitability and Reliability
FCCU Revamp Costs Controlled by Logic- Based Approach
Fire Protection Seat of the Pants of Engineering
FL-80-83 Interrelation of Diesel Engine Lubricant Quality and Sulfur Content of Diesel Fuel
FL-95-108 UPDATE ON THE LOW SULFUR DIESEL FUEL INDUSTRY ISSUES
FL-95-109 GLOBAL LUBRICANT TRENDS
FL-95-110 Excel Paralalubes-base Oils for Tomorrow
FL-95-111 UPCOMING AND FUTURE PASSENGER CAR MOTOR OIL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS-A BASE OIL REFINER’S PERSPECTIVE
FL-95-112 ILSAC GF-2/GF-3 AND BEYOND - ITS IMPACT ON THE ADDITIVE INDUSTRY
FL-95-113 IS GF-2 WORTH THE PRICE?
FL-95-114 HEAVY DUTY DIESEL ENGINES AND LUBRICANTS EVOLVING TOWARD THE 21ST CENTURY
FL-95-116 REFORMULATED GASOLINE OVERVIEW
FL-95-117 GF-2/GF-3 AND BEYOND: ISSUES THAT WILL DRIVE CHANGE
FL-95-118 LUBRICANTS SUPPLY/DEMAND A NORTH AMERICAN VIEW
FL-95-119 API Research Program on Waxes and White Oils
FL-96-109 LUBES EXCELLENCE: BEYOND BENCHMARKING
FL-96-110 INVENTORIES: LINKING SERVICE & OPERATIONS EXCELLENCE
FL-96-111 BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO LUBRICANTS--BUILDING A POSITION IN THE EVOLVING LATIN AMERICAN MARKET
FL-96-112 SPECIALTIES BY CATALYTIC HYDROGENATION: WHITE OILS AND FULLY REFINED PARAFFINS
FL-96-113 FLEET TEST RESULTS COMPARING A “PREMJUM” DIESEL FUEL TO ASTM D-975 DIESEL FUEL IN JOHN DEERE FARM TRACTORS AFTER 1000 HOURS
FL-96-114 SEVERELY HYDRO-CRACKED/HYDRO-ISOMERIZED BASE OILS THE KEY TO ENHANCED PERFORMANCE LEVELS
FL-96-115 MEETING THE PROFITABILITY CHALLENGE: BEST PRACTICES IN MANAGING THE LUBES SUPPLY CHAIN
FL-96-116 THE CHALLENGE OF EXTENDED SERVICE INTERVALS FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
FL-96-117 A NOVEL GASOLINE ADDITIVE FOR EMISSIONS CONTROL
FL-96-120 Base Implementation of JP-8+100
FL-97-108 GF-3, An Oil Markerter's Perspective
FL-97-109 PETROLEUM WAX-GLOBAL SUPPLY AND DEMAND
FL-97-110 MEETING THE NEEDS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE DEPOSIT CONTROL
FL-97-111 LUBRICANTS PROCESSING STRATEGIES
FL-97-112 SLACK WAXES FOR CONSTRUCTION BOARD
FL-97-115 THE IMPACT OF BASE STOCK ON LUBRICANT PERFORMANCE
FL-97-116 ENHANCED SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIPS
FL-97-117 CARCINOGENIC ASSESSMENT OF LUBRICANT BASE OILS BY PROTON NMR
FL-97-118 Recyclable Hot Melt Coatings for Corrugated Paperboard
FL-97-119 Neural Networks Help Optimize Solvent Extraction Process in a Lube Oil Plant
FSC-03-215 UNITED STATES COAST GUARD FACILITY SECURITY
FSC-03-216 Perimeter Protection and Access
FSC-03-217 Practical Realities in Performing Security Vulnerability Assessments: the DOE/ OEA Experience
FSC-03-218 Transportation Security Administrartion
FSC-05-215 State of the Refining & Petrochemical Industries
FSC-05-216 RAMCAP and What It Means to Industry and Government
FSC-05-217 The Homeland Security Information System
FSC-05-218 Understanding the PCII Program
FSC-05-219 Terrorism Prevention, Deterrence, and Response: Lessons Learned
FSC-06-215 Why Contractor Screening?
FSC-06-216 Hurricanes past, present and future
FSC-06-217 Definition of Terrorism
FSC-06-218 Risk Analysis and Management for Critical Asset Protection (RAMCAP)
FSC-06-219 The USCG's Horizon: •Port Overview, Securiity Implementation so far, Hot Topics, New Regs in 2006, Hurricanes
FSC-06-220 Hurricane Rita –SW Louisiana
FSC-06-221 Oil Threat Timeline of Ideological and Operational Events
FSC-07-101 Threat Characterization
FSC-07-102 TWIC / Rail Securiity // CFATS: Potential Impacts on Facility Operations
FSC-07-103 The New U.S. Congress and Legislation Affecting the Energy Industry
FSC-07-104 BOMB THREAT RESPONSE
FSC-07-105 Canine Explosive Detection Unit Business Case Proposal
FSC-07-106 Explosive Detector Dog Team Program Overview
FSC-07-107 Facility Physical Security: Cutting Edge Technology
FSC-07-108 CG Homeland Security Role
FSC-07-110 Oil & Natural Gas Sector Current Threat Update
FSC-07-111 “How Terrorists Will Target YOU!”
FSC-07-112 Understanding Jihad: Al-Qaida Threats and Strategies
FSC-07-113 Transportation Worker Identification Credential TWIC 102
FSC-07-114 Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Facility Requirements, Issues of Concern & Path Forward
FSC-08-101 Physical Security Planning
FSC-08-102 Perimeter Protection
FSC-08-103 Perimeter Protection
FSC-08-104 Perimeter Protection
FSC-08-105 Access Control Systems
FSC-08-107 Physical Security Barriers- Protecting High-Risk Critical Infrastructure Assets
FSC-08-108 Maximum Security Locks
FSC-08-109 Guard Force Management
FSC-08-110 IED Awareness and Search Procedures
FSC-08-111 Interviews & Interrogations
FSC-08-115 Contingency Planning for Labor Disputes
FSC-08-116 CFATS/CSA/SVA
FSC-08-117 TWIC Compliance
FSC-08-119 CFATS-CVI (Information Protection)
FSC-08-120 TWIC-Integrating with Existing Access Systems
FSC-08-123 Counterterrorism and the Energy Industry
FSC-08-124 RBPS on Non-Lethal Interdiction
FSC-08-130 Cyber Security Workshop-Where are we now?
FSC-08-131 Chemical Security Regulations & How they Affect CyberSecurity
Fuels an d Lubricants Conference Papers old
GOOD DOCUMENTATION PRACTICES AND PRACTICAL CASE STUDIES
Grassroots FCC and Cyclofines™ Complete Successful Four Year Inaugural Campaign
Heavy Duty Diesel: The Transition to Low Emissions
How are Refiners Meeting the Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Challenge?
Improving Company Profits through Dramatic Productivity Gains
Innovative Technology Meets Processing and Environmental Goals: Flying J Commissions New MSCC and TSS
INSIGHTS ON REACTOR INTERNALS FOR ULSD – PERFORMANCE OF EXISTING AND NEW HARDWARE
INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR OPTIMIZED ULSD ECONOMICS
INTEGRATION OF SRCM TM MAINTENANCE OPTIMIZATION WITH PROCESS HAZARD ANALYSIS REVALIDATION
IPC-06-71 Is there “Energy” in the Global Petrochemical Industry?
IPC-06-72 Basell and the International Petrochemical Community
IPC-06-73 Maximising Performance The Power of Supply Chain Collaboration
IPC-06-74 MARPOL Annex II Revisions & The Associated Revisions of the IBC Code
IPC-06-75 The New Middle East
IPC-06-76 Living With Expensive Oil: Alternatives to Hydrocarbon Supplies
IPC-07-71 Braskem and the Petrochemical Industry in Latin America
IPC-07-72 Climate Change, Problem, but not top priority
IPC-07-73 Security in the Chemical Industry
IPC-07-74 Information: The Fuel for Supply Chain Velocity
IPC-07-75 Europe and America and the Impact of REACH on the Petrochemical Industry
IPC-07-76 World Oil and Gas Outlook
IPC-08-72 The Energy Challenge and Climate
IPC-08-73 Supply Chain Issues and Impact
IPC-08-74 Issues Facing the Barge Industry
IPC-09-72 Supply Chain Management in Uncertain Times
IPC-09-73 The Value of Investment in Transportation Infrastructure
IPC-09-75 Contractor Market Developments And Challenges
IPC-10-72 Petrochemical Forum: Outlook on the Global Industry
ISOTHERMING – A NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR ULTRA LOW SULFUR FUELS
KEY PROCESS RELIABILITY PARAMETERS
Lessons Learned from a Coke Drum Replacement Project
Lessons Learned from Lyondell Houston Refinery Crane Incident
LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE INTEGRATION OF LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS WITH FUELS BLENDING CONTROLS
Lessons Learned Over 10 Years of Behavior Based Safety
Life Cycle Cost Analysis Using Advanced Simulation
Logistics Dealing With The Not So Obvious
LRHR-06-160 Growing a Culture - Keynote Address
LRHR-06-161 “Managing Management Time™ – Who’s Got the Monkey?”
LRHR-06-162 Sleuthing 101 Background Checks and the Law
LRHR-06-163 AFL – CIO Split – What it Means to You
LRHR-06-164 USW – The ASARCO Experience 2004-2006
LRHR-06-165 Humanitarian Assistance: A Necessity in the Face of a Tragic Event
LRHR-06-166 Panel Discussion on Hurricane Response & Lessons Learned
LRHR-07-160 Hot Topics in Employment Law 2007
LRHR-07-162 Update on the URW/USW Merger and the 2006 Tire Industry Negotiations
LRHR-07-163 The WAR for Talent: Human Capital – The Key to Reliability Excellence
LRHR-07-164 The State of the Unions
LRHR-07-165 Employment & Labor Legislation in the 110th Congress
LRHR-07-167 Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC): What Every HR Professional Should Know
LRHR-07-168 Pandemic Flu Preparedness
LRHR-08-121 Labor Law Update
LRHR-08-122 Fatigue Issues in 2008
LRHR-08-123 Negotiation Skills
LRHR-08-124 Negotiation Skills
LRHR-08-125 NEP Issues
LRHR-08-126 Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards & Transportation Worker Identification Credential
LRHR-08-127 Identity Theft
LRHR-08-130 U. S. Steel and the United Steelworkers Union: Bargaining for a Timely and Competitive Agreement
LRHR-09-100 The Pros and Cons of Testing
LRHR-09-101 The Change in Washington and Policy Implications
LRHR-09-102 Fatigue Risk Management in the Refining, Petrochemical & Chemical Industries
LRHR-09-103 To Be or Not to Be…Ethical: What path will your employees choose?
LRHR-09-105 Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law 2009
LRHR-09-107 Positive Employee Relations in a Time of “Change”
LRHR-09-108 The Population of the United States: Historical Patterns and Future Trends Affecting the Labor Force
LRHR-09-110 The Outlook for Energy: A View to 2030
LRHR-10-101 Hot Topics in Employment Law 2010
LRHR-10-102 Positive Labor Relations
LRHR-10-104 A Step-By-Step Approach to Lawful and Effective Investigations
LRHR-10-105 Wage and Hour Issues for the Experienced Practitioner
LRHR-10-106 Engage to Change…Effectively
LRHR-11-101 Hot Topics in Employment Law 2011
LRHR-12-101 Hot Topics in Employment Law 2012
LRHR-12-104 The World Is Getting Smaller: Is Your Company Ready?
LRHR-12-105 Social Media At Work: From Hiring to Firing
LRHR-12-106 Navigating the Ethical ‘Gray Zone’
LRHR-12-107 The Seven Steps of Just Cause
LRHR-13-102 Obama Administration 2.0: NLRB Update
LRHR-13-104 Internal Investigations: Pitfalls, Perils and Practical Solutions
LRHR-13-105 Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law
LRHR-13-106 Improving Supervisor Performance and Changing Culture Through Coaching
LRHR-14-102 Union Organizing and Employee Satisfaction – Why Employees Join Unions
LRHR-14-103 Fundamentals of Contract Negotiations: A Practical Approach
LRHR-14-104 Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law 2014
LRHR-14-108 Sandifer v. U.S. Steel Corp: What Is Changing Clothes?
LRHR-14-109 Culture As A Competitive Advantage
LRHR-14-111 Developing Leadership Capability
LRHR-15-103 Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law 2015
LRHR-15-107 Union Avoidance in the New NLRB Environment – Quickie Election Rules and More
LRHR-15-108 PREPARING A DEFENSE AGAINST MICRO-UNIONS
LRHR-15-110 What an Arbitrator Thinks: Frank Observations about What Arbitrators Like and What Drives Them Completely Mad
LRHR-16-31 Unlocking the Truth
LRHR-16-33 NLRB’S NEW JOINT EMPLOYER STANDARD Browning Ferris, 362 NLRB #186 (2015)
LRHR-16-35 Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law 2016
LRHR-17-15 Operator Training and The Future Workforce
LRHR-17-22 Stop the Employee Engagement Survey Madness
LRHR-17-33 A History of Oil Pattern Bargaining
LRHR-17-35 Hot Topics in Law Enforcement 2017
LRHR-18-15 Melding the Separate Silos of HR and Ethics
LRHR-18-17 Sexual Harrassment for MeToo World 2018
LRHR-18-18 EU General Data Protection Regulation
LRHR-18-28-Contract Negotiations
LRHR-18-35 Hot Topics 2018
Lubricating Oil and Wax Capacity Report - Archive
LW-00-121 Chinese Wax For The Wicks Of The World
LW-00-122 Synthetic and Petroleum Paraffin Waxes: Complementary Tools in the Formulator's Toolbox
LW-00-123 Microcrystalline Wax Under the Microscope
LW-00-124 Introducing Corrugated Common Footprint
LW-00-125 M&A and Globalization in Lube Basestocks: The Road to Rational Markets
LW-00-126 New Synthetic Hydrocarbon Base Oils
LW-00-127 US PRIVATE SECTOR PASSENGER CAR AND LIGHT MOTOR OIL DEMAND -- Another Marketing View Into The Future
LW-00-129 Membrane Technology for Wax Deoiling
LW-00-130 Advanced Technology Vehicles and their Lubricant Requirements
LW-00-131 Heavy Duty Diesel Lubricants Delivering Performance for a Global Market
LW-00-133 IMPROVED FUEL ECONOMY AND REDUCED HEAVY DUTY DIESEL ENGINE PARTICULATE EMISSIONS WITH PAO BASED LUBRICANTS
LW-00-134 SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION: THE NEW FRONTIER
LW-00-135 QUALITY BASE FLUIDS TO DELIVER NEXT GENERATION HEAVY DUTY ENGINE OIL PERFORMANCE
LW-01-121 LUBRICANTS AND THEIR USES IN PVC
LW-01-123 A GLOBAL APPROACH TO HEALTH, SAFETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
LW-01-124 Fractional Crystallization: A New Technology to De-Oil Slack Waxes
LW-01-125 THE USP PETROLATUM INDUSTRY IN NORTH AMERICA
LW-01-126 A WAX ODYSSEY
LW-01-128 PROCESS OPTIONS FOR PRODUCING HIGHER QUALITY BASESTOCKS
LW-01-129 GTL Manufacturing Economics: Basestocks And Waxes
LW-01-130 Emergence of the Natural Gas Refinery
LW-01-131 History Of GTL Technology
LW-01-133 BASE OIL REQUIREMENTS OF EVOLVING AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID SPECIFICATIONS
LW-01-134 BASE OIL RECOVERY – TAKING IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL
LW-01-135 “BALANCING LUBRICANT TECHNOLOGY FOR SUCCESSFUL MOTORSPORT APPLICATIONS”
LW-01-136 GF-3 IMPACT ON THE BASE OIL MARKET
LW-01-137 A US Market-Space Analysis Of GTL Lubricants
LW-02-121 SCHUMANN SASOL IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ASPHALT MODIFICATION
LW-02-123 PROCESSING AND FORMULATION OF VEGETABLE OIL BASED CANDLE COMPONENTS
LW-02-124 APPLICATIONS FOR VEGETABLE WAXES
LW-02-125 ALTERNATE USES FOR SOFT WAXES
LW-02-126 NORTH AMERICAN WAX - A REPORT CARD
LW-02-127 Slack Wax Isomerization for High Performance Lube Basestocks
LW-02-128 New Generation Isodewaxing and Hydrofinishing Technology for Production of High Quality Base Oils
LW-02-129 GTL Specialties: High Value Threat or Opportunity?
LW-02-130 FOOD GRADE WHITE OILS AND WAXES – UPDATE ON RECENT RESEARCH AND REGULATORY REVIEW
LW-02-131 LUBRICANT BASESTOCK AND ADDITIVE EFFECTS ON DIESEL ENGINE EMISSIONS
LW-02-133 ILSAC GF-4 – AN ADDITIVE COMPANY PERSPECTIVE
LW-02-135 APPLICATION OF ADVANCED BASE FLUIDS IN NEXT GENERATION (GF-4) PASSENGER CAR ENGINE OILS
LW-02-136 CHALLENGES FOR FUTURE HEAVY DUTY DIESEL LUBRICANT DEVELOPMENT : PC-10
LW-02-137 “HOW AM I DOING?” A VIEW OF THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY BY VARIOUS PUBLICS
LW-03-121 MES, A New Non-carcinogenic Oil for the Tire Industry
LW-03-122 Requirements for BioLubes
LW-03-123 An Antiozonant Wax To Prevent Rubber An Antiozonant Wax To Prevent Rubber Milky
LW-03-124 CPChem’s Versatile Normal Alpha Olefin Waxes
LW-03-125 The Impact of Hardware Technology Drivers on Lubricant Specification Development
LW-03-126 ATF Advances and Fluid Design
LW-03-127 Optimizing Conventional Basestock Quality
LW-03-128 Group I Basestock: Boom & Gloom Scenario?
LW-03-130 Current and Future General Motors Lubricant Requirements for Engine Oil and Automatic Transmission Fluids
LW-03-132 Petrolatum and Regulatory Requirements
LW-04-121 GTL Specialties And The Potential Impact On The Wax Market
LW-04-122 USA Imports and Exports of Lube Base Oils
LW-04-125 Paraffin Waxes: What is Truth and What is Fiction
LW-04-127 Gas To Liquids - The Next Generation Of Base Oils
LW-04-128 Impact on ISLAC GF-4, API SM, and Proposed PC-10 Crankcase Lubricant Specifications on Base Oil and Additive Requirements in North America
LW-04-130 In-Use Low Temperature Pumpability Of Crankcase Engine Oils
LW-04-131 NPRA Lubricating Oil and Wax Sales Report, A Tool for Marketing
LW-05-121 EWF Technical Committee: Overview of Its Activities and Focus on Paraffin Waxes
LW-05-122 Soft Wax Product Assessment
LW-05-124 Conversion of Waste Plastic to Lubricating Base Oil
LW-05-125 U.S. Private Sector Passenger Car And Light Motor Oil Demand
LW-05-126 Trends in Lube Refining
LW-05-127 Group II and Group III Base Oils Update
LW-05-128 Chinese Lube Oil Market
LW-05-129 The Production and Marketing of Naphthenic Oil in China
LW-05-130 Sino-American Trade Issues Regarding Paraffin Wax
LW-06-101 A Collaborative Study of Candle Emissions
LW-06-102 Global Refining Trends and Their Impact on Wax Supply
LW-06-103 CJ-4 Report
LW-06-104 Base Oil Processing and the Impact on Group III Base Oil Interchange
LW-06-105 An ILMA Member's View of The Industry
LW-06-106 Dealing with the Fragmenting North American ATF Market
LW-06-107 Changing Volume Demands in the Marketplace - An Update for 2006
LW-06-108 Forecasting Global Supply and Demand for Lubricant Basestocks
LW-07-104 ILSAC GF-5: The Next Passenger Car Engine Oil Standard
LW-07-105 Biodiesel Effects on Crankcase Lubricants
LW-07-106 REACH – What North American Producers Need to Know
LW-07-107 A Report on the Future of the Wax Industry 2006 - 2020
LW-07-108 Novel Waxes for Today & Tomorrow
LW-07-110 Adapting to Demands for High Quality Lubricants
LW-07-111 Global Gas-To-Liquids Update: Shifting Sands
LW-07-113 Shell’s Pursuit of a Growth Strategy in Asia
LW-07-114 High VI Group III Base Stocks and Markets in North America and Europe
LW-08-101 How Declining Gasoline Markets CreateBase Oil Opportunities
LW-08-102 Group II Base Oils: A Valuable Assetfor Global Lubricant Formulators
LW-08-103 Wax Refining Data Correlations
LW-08-104 Blending Values of Different Group IIIBase Stock Slates
LW-08-105 Lubricants and Waxes from aShipowner’s Perspective
LW-08-106 Functionand Performance of Hydrocarbon Waxes in Rigid PVC
LW-08-107 2008 Election Overview: Results and Policy Implications
LW-08-108 Marketing In Changing Market Conditions… 2009 and Beyond
LW-08-109 The World of Naphthenics: Demand and Supply
LW-08-110 Lubricant Basestock Market Outlook for Africa and Middle East: What is the future for Group I Basestocks in the Region?
LW-09-101 Global Wax Trade: Complicated, Competitive & Changing
LW-09-102 Petroleum Wax: Market Dynamics
LW-09-104 Inside the Lion’s Den – Refiners on the Menu in Washington
LW-09-105 The Impact of Emerging Industry Trends on Lubricant Formulations
LW-09-107 Commercial Technology to Convert Group I Facilities to Group II/III Lube Production
LW-09-109 New Heavy Synthetic Base Fluids for Automotive And Industrial Applications
LW-10-102 Mid-Term Congressional Elections Tsunami- 2011 Political Forecast for Refining & Petrochemical Industries
LW-10-103 Triglyceride As A Paraffin Extender
LW-10-105 Naphthenics: An example of increased specialization
LW-10-106 FUTURE BASE FLUIDS- CLASSIFICATION
LW-10-107 The Role of Fischer-Tropsch Waxes in Meeting Future Market Needs
LW-10-108 The Journey for Automotive Engine Oils
LW-10-109 Alpha Olefin Waxes Chemistry
LW-10-111 5W-XX Heavy Duty Diesel Formulations Delivering Improved Fuel Economy and Durability
LW-11-101 Wax Testing from a Candle Perspective
LW-11-102 Threats to Wax Emulsions from Non-Wax Producers in the Gypsum Wallboard Industry
LW-11-103 What are INCOTERMS® 2010?
LW-11-106 World’s Best Lube Refineries
LW-11-109 Lubricants Market in India: A review of Market Opportunities and Challenges
LW-11-110 Wax Use in the Wood Panel Industries
LW-11-112 Is Group II The New Group I? Planning for Complexity in a Global Market
LW-12-101 Consumer Product Company Customers: What We need from the Wax Suppliers and how the Regulatory Environment Impacts these Requirements
LW-12-102 Global Wax Industry, 2010-2020 A Review of Market Trends and Outlook
LW-12-104 Global Base Oil Oversupply: Impact on the Americas
LW-12-105 Group III Base Oils - What’s on the Horizon?
LW-12-106 Contribution of High Quality Base Oils to Cleaner Traffic
LW-12-110 Paraffin Wax Trends
LW-13-101 Potential Impact of the Proposed GF-6 Oxidation Test on Base Oil Selection
LW-13-102 The Outlook for GTL Base Oils in North America
LW-13-103 New Fischer-Tropsch Waxes Expand their Place in the Wax World
LW-13-104 Waxes in Packaging
LW-13-105 Marketing View Into The Future... U.S. PCMO Market
LW-13-108 Wax Emulsions
LW-13-109 The Outlook for Group I and Brightstock Market
LW-14-105 A New Class of Base Oils: Renewable, Group III+ Base Oil
LW-14-106 Where High Performance and Sustainability Converge
LW-14-107 Smaller Scale GTL: A Local Wax Supply Solution
LW-14-108 The Long-Term Outlook for Group I Plants
LW-15-105 Candelilla Wax: A Natural Solution
LW-15-107 Review of Bright Stock Market
LW-16-13 Time To Unleash Our Innovation Potential
LW-16-15 Low Viscosity Lubricants
LW-16-17 The Safety of Regulated Consumer Products and MOAH
LW-98-121 ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING: WORKING TO DO IT RIGHT AT LUBRIZOL
LW-98-122 MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE MARKET WITH AFVS
LW-98-123 NAPHTHENIC OILS IN NORTH AMERICA SPECIALTY PRODUCTS FOR SPECIALTY MARKETS
LW-98-124 CARCINOGENCITY OF RE-REFINED BASE OILS
LW-98-125 QUALITY AND MARKETING TRENDS FOR NAPHTHENIC BASE OILS OUTSIDE OF NORTH AMERICA
LW-98-126 EUROPEAN BASE OIL MARKET
LW-98-127 VHVI BASE OILS - PROFITABILITY, SUPPLY AND DEMAND
LW-98-129 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET TRENDS
LW-98-130 HEAVY DUTY ENGINE OIL ADDITIVE SUPPLIER PERSPECTIVE
LW-98-131 THE WHITE OIL INDUSTRY IN NORTH AMERICA
LW-98-132 EFFECTIVELY RECOVERING WAXED BOXES
LW-98-133 ADVANCED PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS FROM VHVI SPECIALTY BASE FLUIDS
LW-98-134 THE SOUTH AMERICAN BASE OILS MARKET
LW-98-135 SHAPING THE FUTURE OF LUBRICANTS AND BASE OILS IN EAST ASIA
LW-98-156 ECONOMIC MODEL FOR NEW ENGINE OIL CATEGORY DEVELOPMENT
LW-99-121 Development and Commercialization of Raffinate Hydroconversion - A New Technology to Manufacture High Performance Basestocks for Crankcase and Other Applications
LW-99-122 PROCESSING STRATEGIES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF GROUP II BASE OILS FROM A CONVENTIONAL LUBE PLANT
LW-99-123 Commercialization of Mobil's all-Catalytic Lube Technology and Next Generation MSDW Improvements
LW-99-124 THE SYNTHETIC NATURE OF GROUP III BASE OILS
LW-99-125 GTL Lubricants: The Next Step
LW-99-126 THE EFFECT OF HIGH QUALITY BASESTOCKS ON PCMO FUEL ECONOMY
LW-99-127 DEVELOPING GF-3 THE NEXT AUTOMOBILE ENGINE OIL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION
LW-99-128 Membranes Debottleneck Lubes and Wax Production
LW-99-129 THE GENERAL MOTORS ENGINE-OIL-LIFE MONITORING SYSTEM
LW-99-130 THE INCREASING SIGNIFICANCE OF BASE OILS IN THE EVOLUTION OF HEAVY-DUTY DIESEL ENGINE OILS
LW-99-131 INNOVATIVE ATF TECHNOLOGY THAT BRIDGES GLOBAL OEM’s SPECIFICATIONS
LW-99-132 NEW EMISSIONS REGULATIONS – IMPACT ON ENGINE DESIGN AND OIL FORMULATION
LW-99-133 UPDATE ON THE AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE WHITE OILS AND WAXES RESEARCH PROGRAM
LW-99-135 SUSTAINING PROFITABILITY IN A NEW BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
LW-99-136 THE DOE ADVANCED PETROLEUM-BASED FUELS PROGRAM
Maintenance and Insurance “Closing the Connection”
MAINTENANCE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: ALCAN’S EXPERIENCE
Making the Right Moves With The CHESS Team
MANAGING YOUR KNOW HOW
MC-01-100 PEOPLE SKILLS DRIVE RELIABLITY
MC-01-102 “ANSWERING THE BIG TURNAROUND QUESTION”
MC-01-103 “KNOWLEDGE SHOPS” TO ATTAIN & SUSTAIN “BEST IN CLASS” TURNAROUNDS
MC-01-104 Developing and Optimizing Turnaournd Scope Through RBI and RAM Analysis
MC-01-106 TURNAROUND SAVINGS MAXIMIZED THROUGH LEVERAGED RESOURCES
MC-01-82 EFFECTIVELY USING RISK-BASED INSPECTION RESULTS TO IMPLEMENT A CORROSION UNDER INSULATION PROGRAM
MC-01-83 CONDUCTING TECHNICAL AUDITS OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY PROGRAMS
MC-01-85 GOOD DOCUMENTATION PRACTICES AND PRACTICAL CASE STUDIES
MC-01-86 ELECTRICAL OUTAGE REDUCTION AND POWER FACTOR COST CONTROL
MC-01-87 WORLD-CLASS TURNAROUND MANAGEMENT LESSONS FROM BENCHMARKING AND PACESETTER COMPANIES
MC-01-88 SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS OF RBI
MC-01-89 NATIONAL CRAFT ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM UPDATE
MC-01-90 OVERVIEW AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NPRA RESPONSIBLE CARE® PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
MC-01-91 PLANNING MAINTENANCE TO COMPLY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
MC-01-93 MANAGING YOUR KNOW HOW
MC-01-94 KEY PROCESS RELIABILITY PARAMETERS
MC-01-95 Application of Statistics to HF Alky Exchanger Replacement Decision Making
MC-01-96 Seeing Eye to Eye, Creating Dynamic Union and Management Partnerships
MC-01-97 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING IMPLEMENTATION FOR A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION
MC-01-98 RCM – IT’S NOT JUST FOR MAINTENANCE ANYMORE INTEGRATION OF SRCM TM MAINTENANCE OPTIMIZATION WITH PROCESS HAZARD ANALYSIS REVALIDATION
MC-01-99 Maintenance Performance Indicators: Alcan's Experience
MC-89-75 Computer Based COrrosion Monitoring: Closing the Loop on Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement
MC-94-73 Maintenance Management Profitability
MC-95-73 ROADBLOCKS IN THE SEARCH FOR MAINTENANCE EXCELLENCE
MC-95-74 MAINTENANCE EXCELLENCE
MC-95-75 MAJOR REFINING COMPANY CUTS MECHANICAL SEAL MAINTENANCE COSTS WITH STANDARDIZED RELIABILITY PROGRAM
MC-95-76 TEAMWORK - A GUIDE TO INCREASED PROPITABILITY
MC-95-77 IMPROVING MECHANICAL INTEGRITY WITH RISK-BASED INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY
MC-95-79 A SKILLS TRAINING PROCESS MODEL (STPM) FOR SKILLS CREDENTIALING AND TRAINING FOR INDIVIDUALS IN INSTRUMENTATION, ANALYZER, ELECTRICAL, HVAC, AND MECHANICAL DISCIPLINES
MC-95-80 DRIVING FORCES AND TRENDS IN MAINTENANCE
MC-95-81 INCREASING EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT THROUGH THE USE OF ACTIVITY BASED COST DATA
MC-96-73 MAINTENANCE BEST PRACTICES FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
MC-96-75 CONTRACTOR SAFETY TRAINING RECIPROCITY
MC-96-76 PRECISION MAINTENANCE - BACK TO BASICS
MC-96-77 FIELD APPLICATIONS OF DRY GAS SEALING TECHNOLOGY
MC-96-78 ESTABLISHING MECHANICAL INTEGRITY OF PROCESS EQUIPMENT USING A CRITICALITY-BASED MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
MC-96-79 TRANSFORMING YOUR ORGANIZATION--MAINTENANCE SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION
MC-96-80 DEVELOPING WRITTEN MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES: AN EFFICIENT APPROACH
MC-96-81 THE APPLICATION OF RISK-BASED INSPECTION METHODOLOGY IN THE PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
MC-96-82 KEEPING NAVY SHIPS RELIABLE AT SEA...RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES CIVILIAN INDUSTRY CAN USE TO IMPROVE THE BOTTOM LINE
MC-96-83 CONTINUOUS ON-LINE PUMP MONITORING
MC-96-84 PRACTICAL RELIABILITY TOOLS FOR REFINERIES AND CHEMICAL PLANTS
MC-96-85 CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING WITH ROOT CAUSE FAILURE ANALYSIS
MC-96-86 INITIAL IMPLEMENTATION OF A SOFTWARE BASED PIPING FACTS BASED ON THE EXPERIENCES OF THE PCMS USER GROUP
MC-96-87 TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE - INTEGRATING DISCIPLINES
MC-96-88 LUBE OIL ANALYSIS AS A PREVENTIVE/PREDICTIVE
MC-96-89 FAILURE MODES & EFFECT ANALYSIS “A MODIFIED APPROACH”
MC-96-90 OSHA’S PSM REGULATION LESSONS LEARNED FROM INSPECTIONS AND AUDITS
MC-96-91 A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO ELECTRICAL RELIABILITY AUDITING OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTION FACILITIES
MC-96-94 IMPLEMENTING MECHANICAL INTEGRITY: WHY? WHAT? HOW?
MC-97-73 PRE TURNAROUND PLANNING A KEY TO PROFITABILITY
MC-97-74 OWNERS/CONTRACTORS: CHANGIKG ROL.ES FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM
MC-97-77 FIELD APPLICATIONS OF DRY GAS SEALING TECHNOLOGY
MC-97-78 USING MOTOR DATA TO REDUCE UNPLANNED MAINTENANCE & ENERGY COSTS
MC-97-81 TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE - INTEGRATING DISCIPLINES
MC-97-82 API RISK-BASED INSPECTION PROJECT UPDATE
MC-97-83 SUCCESS IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT UTILIZING THE HIGH PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATION
MC-97-84 BENCHMARKING
MC-97-85 Cti TRAINING APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS TRAINING IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM
MC-97-86 MILLENNIUM PETROCHEMICALS INC. MORRIS PLANT IMPROVES COMPRESSOR RELIABILITY AND ONSTREAM TIME USING RECIPROCATING COMPRESSOR MONITORING
MC-97-87 Why It Failed
MC-97-88 SELF DIRECTED - BUSINESS FOCUSED WORK TEAMS
MC-97-89 PROACTIVE MANUFACTURING AT BP’s LIMA OIL REFINERY
MC-97-90 CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCESS
MC-97-91 TURNAROUND SCOPE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY ANALYSIS
MC-97-92 BETTER PiANT DESIGN TO OPTIMIZE PLANT MAINTENANCE
MC-97-93 INCREASING THE RELIABILITY OF RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS ON HYDROGEN SERVICES
MC-97-94 APPLIED RELIABILITY-CENTERED MAINTENANCE
MC-98-73 RCM IMPLEMENTATION: DON’T GET LOST IN THE TRANSLATION
MC-98-74 PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION PLANNING OPTIMIZATION
MC-98-75 TPM AT DUPONT
MC-98-76 TODAY’S CHALLENGE FOR TOMORROW’S PROFIT
MC-98-77 RELIABILITY FOCUSED MAINTENANCE USING MERIDIUM RELIABILITY AND INDUS PASSPORT
MC-98-78 USING ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING TO ACCELERATE RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT
MC-98-79 CHEVRON ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM-DOUBLE BOTTOMS
MC-98-80 RELIABILITY-CENTERED MAINTENANCE:
MC-98-81 PUMP RETROFIT PROGRAM INCREASES RELIABILITY AND EFFICIENCY
MC-98-82 A COMPARISON OF RISK BASED AND TRADITIONAL INSPECTION PROGRAMS
MC-98-83 OPERATOR DRIVEN MAINTENANCE, TPM IN THE REFINERY
MC-98-84 State of Asset Evaluation
MC-98-85 THE PROCESS OF OVERCOMING THE BARRIERS OF CHANGING TO TEAMS
MC-98-86 SHARED DISCOVERY-HOW ARCO’S CHERRY POINT REFINERY EMPLOYEES REDUCED MAINTENANCE COSTS 80% ON AN ENTIRE CLASS OF MACHINERY WITHIN THREE YEARS
MC-98-87 Life Cycle Cost And Good Practices
MC-98-89 CAPITALIZING ON CONSULTING EXPERTISE: NEW SOLUTIONS FOR EMERGING BUSINESS CHALLENGES
MC-98-90 RELIABILITY AS A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
MC-98-92 PROACTIVE MANUFACTURING: ACCELERATING STEP CHANGE BREAKTHROUGHS IN PERFORMANCE
MC-99-100 On-Line Process Process Pump Management
MC-99-101 Origin of Cleaning Fired Heaters with Mechanical Devices
MC-99-81 Critical Path is BAD for Shutdowns and Turnarounds Or, Delivering Project Benefits Faster Using Theory of Constraints
MC-99-82 SAP Plant Maintenance Implementation
MC-99-83 Evaluating Maintenance Excellence
MC-99-84 Cooperative Turnaround Strategies From The Nuclear Power Industry
MC-99-85 A Detailed Examination of “Best-Of-Class” Reliability Practices in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry
MC-99-86 Above Ground Storage Tanks Degassing Principles and Practices
MC-99-87 Alternatives to Double Bottom Tanking
MC-99-88 Risk-Based Technologies Methodologies for Optimization of Mechanical Integrity Programs
MC-99-89 Utilizing On-stream Inspection Techniques in the Petroleum/Petrochemical Industry in Lieu of Internal and Turnaround Inspections
MC-99-90 Mechanical Integrity: Repair or Replace?
MC-99-91 Lowest-cost Reliability with Planning & Scheduling
MC-99-92 Using Energy Savings to Pay for New/Upgraded Equipment and Improved Reliability
MC-99-93 Metallurgical Condition and Remaining Life of FCCU Vessels After 30 Years Operation
MC-99-94 Plant Reliability and Maintenance Benchmarking
MC-99-95 A New American TPM: Leadership Requirements for Breakthrough Change
MC-99-96 Shell and Tube Exchanger Reliability Study
MC-99-97 Tank Cleaning with Minimal Personnel Environmental Risk
MC-99-98 Planning & Scheduling A Key To Maximum Efficiency
MC-99-99 Operator Excellence in Condition Monitoring
Measuring Progress toward Cleaner Fuels: A Study of the Refining Industry's Tier 2 Motor Fuel Activities
MEETING CLEAN FUELS OBJECTIVES WITH THE FCC
NATIONAL CRAFT ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM UPDATE
National Safety Conference - Old Papers
NIRC-04-166 Performance Analysis Metrics For Managers
NIRC-04-169 National Wage Hiring System
NIRC-04-170 Avoiding, Investigating, and Litigating Discrimination Cases
NIRC-04-172 Mistakes Most Often Made By Employers
NIRC-04-173 Curbing the Rising Costs of Health Care
NIRC-04-174 Succession Planning - The Aging Workforce
NIRC-05-160 Job Satisfaction <i> Unavailable</i>
NIRC-05-161 Arbitration – Mock Program, Arbitrator <i> Unavailable </i>
NIRC-05-162 Insight on Union Merger – Steelworkers and United Rubber Workers
NIRC-05-163 Human Resources Legal Issues – Legislative Update
NIRC-05-164 Health Claim Appeals <i> Unavailable </i>
NIRC-05-165 Best Practices Forum, Moderator <i> Unavailable </i>
NIRC-05-166 Media Minefield: Bloopers, Blunders and Misquotes <i> Unavailable </i>
NIRC-05-167 Managing a Shiftwork Lifestyle
NIRC-05-168 Panel Discussion on Absenteeism
NIRC-05-169 Security: Background Checks, ID Theft <i> Unavailable </i>
NSC-01-101 THE BILLINGS CONOCO REFINERY INCIDENT INTERVENTION PLAN
NSC-01-102 SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATORY UPDATE
NSC-01-103 HUMAN FACTOR ENGINEERING AS PART OF "SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY"
NSC-01-104 THE WHATCOM CREEK INCIDENT
NSC-01-106 2001 NATIONAL CRAFT ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM UPDATE
NSC-05-106 Industry Focus
NSC-05-107 “Batteries not Included; The Energized Approach for Achieving Great Programs” - Motivational Speaker
NSC-05-108 Batteries not Included: The Energized Approach for Achieving Great Programs (Article)
NSC-05-109 OSHA Regulatory Update <i> Unavailable </i>
NSC-05-110 The Lighter Side of Sitting, Standing, Lifting and Stretching - A Workshop
NSC-05-111 Secrets of Distinguished Safety Award Recipients
NSC-05-112 Secrets of Distinguished Safety Award Recipients
NSC-05-114 Operator Alarm Overload - Causes and Cures
NSC-05-115 Simple, Straightforward and Systematic Ergonomic Risk Reduction
NSC-05-116 An Integrated Management System Approach
NSC-05-117 6 ½ Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation, and Save Lives
NSC-05-118 Four Components Necessary to Influence a Safety Culture Change
NSC-05-119 Celanese Hazard Recognition Program
NSC-05-120 Employee Beliefs - The Core of Safe Behavior
NSC-05-121 Injury Free Environment
NSC-05-122 PSC and the Behavior-Based Safety Process
NSC-05-123 Effective Communication and Motivational Skills for a Safe and Productive Workplace
NSC-05-124 Total Event Reporting - Tim Thompson, Sunoco Inc.
NSC-05-125 Lessons Learned: Tank Truck Switchloading / Switch Loading Hazards with Low Sulfur Diesel
NSC-05-126 Lessons Learned: Terminal Product Switchloading
NSC-05-127 Lessons Learned: Refinery Power Blackout / August 14, 2003 Refinery Power Outage Lessons Learned
NSC-05-128 A Critical Review of Gas Detection Systems / Fixed Gas Detection Use with Caution
NSC-05-129 Recent "Lessons Learned" and What You Need to Know About Fighting Crude Oil Fires
NSC-05-130 Site Safety from the Contractors Point of View
NSC-05-131 Converting Good Intentions into Outstanding Results - Performing a Turnaround with Zero Recordables / Converting Good Intentions into Outstanding Results
NSC-05-132 The Value of LOPA in Assessing Safety Integrity Levels
NSC-05-133 Lessons Learned in Developing LOPA Programs
NSC-06-50 Fall Hazard Recognition & Mitigation
NSC-06-51 Lessons Learned From The Athos 1 Spill
NSC-06-52 Regulatory Update: Napthalene, H2S, PNA and Human Factors
NSC-06-53 Techniques for Hazard Recognition for the Line Organization
NSC-06-54 180 Degrees in 180 Days: Seven Principles That Will Transform Your Safety Culture
NSC-06-55 Key Bahavior Indicators
NSC-06-56 Preparing for the API TES Certification
NSC-06-57 Making Your Safety Culture Work
NSC-06-58 Confined Space Entry: Accidental, Unplanned, and Unexpected Sources
NSC-06-59 A Safe Cold Start - What are Your Plans?
NSC-06-60 Water Based Vapor Mitigation Strategies
NSC-06-61 Leveraging the Compliance Audit as a Tool for Organizational Learning
NSC-06-63 Grassroots Construction Experience, "Beginning with Success in Mind"
NSC-06-64 Lessins Learned from Hurricanes Katrina & Rita
NSC-06-65 Regulatory Update
NSC-06-66 NFPA 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices
NSC-06-67 Hurricane Rita - TOTAL Port Arthur Refinery-
NSC-06-68 Impact of New PEL for Hexavalent Chromium / Impact of New PEL for CrVI
NSC-06-69 New Challenges for America's Refining Industry - Keynote
NSC-06-70 Siting Modeling and Damage Assessment
NSC-06-71 Dow's New Practice for Locating Temporary Portable Buildings
NSC-06-72 Catlettsburg Refining, LLC, Marathon Petroleum Company LLC
NSC-06-73 Placid Refining Company LLC DSA Presentation
NSC-06-74 ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Polyolefins DSA Presentation
NSC-07-120 Managed Fall Protection Programs: A Case Study
NSC-07-121 We Created an Improved Reporting Culture and Now What?
NSC-07-122 BP Texas City - Next Generation of eMOC
NSC-07-123 Employee Participation - The Key to Safety
NSC-07-124 We How Behavior Based Safety Can Change a Workplace to a Culture that "Actively Cares"
NSC-07-125 The V-P's for Organizational HSE Excellence
NSC-07-126 The Value of Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) in Assessing Safety Integrity Levels
NSC-07-127 Applications of Safety Instrumented Systems
NSC-07-129 Techniques for Hazard Recognition for the Line Organization
NSC-07-130 Utilization of New Hurricane Timeline Tools
NSC-07-131 Fire Fighting Training Plans - How do I Decide?
NSC-07-132 Right Sizing Fire Protection
NSC-07-133 Emergency Block Vavles - Preventing a Catastrophe
NSC-07-134 Facility Siting Potpourri
NSC-07-135 Certification versus Non- Certification
NSC-07-136 Combining Confined Space and Fall Protection Rescue Response Training
NSC-07-137 Turnaround Safety Process Improvements
NSC-07-138 Fire in a Maleic Anhydride Unit
NSC-07-139 Security Topics for the Refining & Petrochemical Industry
NSC-07-140 Employee Commitment "A Reason to Believe
NSC-07-141 Industry Outlook
NSC-07-142 Optimizing Turnaround Safe Work Permit Process
NSC-07-143 Regulatory Update
NSC-07-144 HSE and Operations: Integration and Assurance
NSC-07-145 DSA Presentation
NSC-08-09 Preparing for an NEP Inspection: Unit Selection, Citation Summary, and Auditing
NSC-08-10 Keeping Your Head in the Game: The Art and Science of Focus
NSC-08-12 Spent Caustic Tank Explosion in a Petroleum Refinery
NSC-08-13 Chemical Safety Board Update
NSC-08-14 Hazard Recognition Techniques for the Line Organization
NSC-08-15 Measuring Process Safety Incidents
NSC-08-16 Security Update Presented at the NPRA 2008 National Safety Conference
NSC-08-17 Best Practices, Excerpts from the 2007 Distinguished Safety Awards Applications
NSC-08-18 Safety Involvement Team
NSC-08-19 Water Based Vapor Mitigation Strategies
NSC-08-20 Positive Effects of a Fall Protection Program
NSC-08-21 ExxonMobil BRPO: Pursuing Safety Excellence
NSC-08-22 PSM and Prequalification
NSC-08-24 Employee Involvement
NSC-08-25 Industry Update
NSC-08-26 Playing With Fire... Know Your Options
NSC-08-27 Determining Egress Requirements for Open Structure Industrial Occupancies Using an Emergency Egress Risk Index System and Protection Layer Evaluation
NSC-08-28 Using the Past Several Years of QHSE Data to Improve the Next Several Years of QHSE Performance
NSC-08-29 February 16th 2007 Valero McKee Refinery Propane Deasphalting Unit Fire
NSC-08-30 NPRA PSM NEP Legal Update
NSC-08-31 Who Is Going to Run the Plant? The Challenges of an Aging Work Force
NSC-08-32 Building an HSE Culture
NSC-08-33 Lessons Learned Process Unit & Line Chemical Cleaning
NSC-08-34 Measuring PSM at the Plant Level
NSC-08-35 Contractor Management Best Practices
NSC-09-18 Structed Safety - Structures Culture: A Case Study
NSC-10-05 Integrating Human Factors into High Frequency/Low Severity Incident Investigations
NSC-10-27 The Legal Response to Major Accidents
NSC-10-47 Sunoco Marcus Hook Refinery Ethylene Unit Fire - May 17, 2009 Lessons Learned
NSC-10-48 Life Saving Rules: Impact on the Bottom Line
NSC-10-49 Safety Strategies for Performance Beyond Recordable-free
NSC-10-51 Post Incident Management: An Owner-Operator Perspective
NSC-10-53 Process Safety Performance Indicators API RP-754
NSC-10-55 Non-Core Contractors: Reducing the Risk
NSC-10-59 GHS Overview: Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals
NSC-11-101 API 754 Leading Indicators
NSC-11-102 REGULATORY AND LEGISLATIVE UPDATE FOR OSHA
NSC-11-103 PSM Awareness & Training
NSC-11-105 Implementing a Program of Accurate P&Id’s, Sop’s, and Cmms That Drives Improved Safety and Reliability
NSC-11-106 “Total” Safety Journey at Air Products
NSC-11-107 Welding Fume Management In Construction With Special Emphasis On Hexavalent Chromium
NSC-11-113 Major Industrial Accidents: Common Causes and Themes
NSC-11-117 Marathon Refining Case Study: Wireless Personnel Safety
NSC-11-122 Tackling both Personal & Process Safety: Practical Actions that can Lead to Measurable Improvement
NSC-11-125 PSM Metrics Impact on Process Safety Culture: One Company’s Journey
NSC-11-126 National Petrochemical and Refiners Association Distinguished Safety Award Winner – LyondellBasell – Bayport Polymers Plant
NSC-11-127 Distinguished Safety Award Presentation – Valero Energy – Houston Refinery
NSC-11-128 Distinguished Safety Award Presentation – ConocoPhillips – Santa Maria Facility
NSC-11-130 Predicting and Mitigating the Risk of Catastrophic Incidents
NSC-12-101 Improving Your Organization’s Ability to Prevent Life-Altering Injuries and Other Catastrophic Events
NSC-12-104 API 752 - Considerations and Features for Buildings Designated as Toxic Release Safe Havens
NSC-12-105 Operational Discipline and Conduct of Operations
NSC-12-106 United in Safety
NSC-12-108 Introduction to the Career Safety Rate (cSr)
NSC-12-109 Improving Workforce Involvement in the PSM Program
NSC-12-111 Hydroblast Hose Failure Calvert City, KY September 12, 2011
NSC-12-112 Our Journey Toward a Safe & Healthy Workplace
NSC-12-113 Emergency Response Review Amherstburg Manufacturing Operations
NSC-12-114 Hearing Protection Fit-Testing: No More Guessing
NSC-12-116 Assessing Mechanical Integrity (MI) Programs per OSHA Process Safety Regulation (29 CFR 1910.119)
NSC-12-119 Distinguished Safety Award Presentation: Valero Energy – Houston Refinery
NSC-12-120 Distinguished Safety Award Presentation: Phillips 66 – Santa Maria Refinery Safety is Always in Focus
NSC-12-123 Lessons Learned from Significant Workplace Accidents and Recent Case Law
NSC-13-1 Implementation of an Electronic Safety Permit System Application at a Chemical Manufacturing Facility in the U.S.
NSC-13-11 Learnings from Advancing Process Safety Hazard Identification
NSC-13-13 Industrial Hygiene Air Monitoring in Emergency Response: Tools, Techniques, and a Case Study
NSC-13-14 OSHA Standard 1910.1026 Chromium (VI) Monitoring Protocols at a Local Refinery
NSC-13-15 Western Refining Peer Review Program
NSC-13-16 Western Refining Peer Review Program
NSC-13-17 Safety Trail – Safety Awareness in the Workplace
NSC-13-19 What Operating Managers Need to Know about LOPA Action Items
NSC-13-2 Electronic Tag out Database (MIP)
NSC-13-20 Where Process Safety Must Move
NSC-13-21 The Perfect Balance between Man and Technology – The Latest Technology to Protect Confined Space Workers
NSC-13-25 Tulsa DHT Fire and the Fundamentals of Safety
NSC-13-29 Pampa Explosion: Lessons Learned Program at Celanese
NSC-13-3 Electronic Safe Work Permitting
NSC-13-30 API Process Safety Site Assessments
NSC-13-32 Standardized Exposure Assessment Process
NSC-13-33 IH Role in Occupational Health
NSC-13-34 What you Think you Know vs. What you Should Know
NSC-13-35 Safety Planning for a Successful Turnaround
NSC-13-36 Backing Up the Process Hazard Assessment - Using Risk, Reality and Tier Metrics to Prevent Catastrophe
NSC-13-37 Journey to Process Safety Excellence
NSC-13-38 Nobody Gets Hurt – Our Vision for an Injury Free Workplace
NSC-13-4 Hazard Recognition: Sometimes an Overlooked Contributing Factor to Incidents
NSC-13-7 Safety – From a Small Refiners Perspective
NSC-13-8 Safety – From a Small Refiners Perspective
NSC-14-16 Walk the Line
NSC-14-17 Are Self-Retracting Devices the Solution?
NSC-14-2 Welding Health Hazards & Controls
NSC-14-3 Medical Surveillance: The Process and Roles & Responsibilities of Everyone Involved
NSC-14-32 Process Safety Culture, Leadership, and Operational Discipline – Practical Ways to Achieve Excellence
NSC-14-52 Recent Critical PSM Enforcement Issues and OSHA Regulatory Update
NSC-14-55 Personalizing Process Safety
NSC-14-6 Emergency Management: Readiness to Manage the Residual Risk
NSC-14-60 Process Safety Management 21 Years Plus or Minus
NSC-14-68 Using Metrics to Make Improvements in Management of Change Systems
NSC-15-00 Process Safety Site Assessment Program: An Overview of What We Have Seen
NSC-15-12 Phossel Fuels’ Continuing Journey to Process Safety Excellence
NSC-15-16 Process Hazard Analysis Simulation Midwest Regional Network’s Approach to Effective Practice Sharing
NSC-15-21 Reducing Fall Risk with Pre-Turnaround Training: A Case Study
NSC-15-22 The Missing Link: How Our Employee Safety Team Evolved
NSC-15-4 Tank Incident Learnings: Two Events- One Site Flint Hills Resources- Pine Bend Refinery
NSC-15-6 AFPM Safety Portal Tips
NSC-16-11 Human Performance: Between The Lines
NSC-16-12 Panel Discussion: Developing and Implementing High-Potential Event Metrics Corporate-Wide
NSC-16-15 Safety Affects More Than You
NSC-16-24 Lessons Learned from a Heater Deflagration Event
NSC-16-25 Hazard Recognition & Mitigation
NSC-16-26 OSHA’s PSM Standard & EPA’s RMP Rule: Rulemaking, “Interpretations” and Enforcement
NSC-16-31 Risk Assessment Tool for Liquid Overfill of Process and Storage Vessels
NSC-16-33 High Performance Emergency Response Teams
NSC-16-34 Incident at Tank 122
NSC-16-35 Living Zero: Delivering Projects & Turnarounds Injury Free
NSC-16-42 API-754 2nd Edition Process Safety Performance Indicators for the Refining and Petrochemical Industries
NSC-16-5 2015 Distinguished Safety Award Winner High Consequence Task Safeguard Verification
NSC-16-50 Lessons Learned from an EHS Professional
NSC-16-52 Learning Teams at LyondellBasell
NSC-17-001 Beware of the Bobbleheads
NSC-17-002 Refining & Petrochem Industry Perspective “What Keeps Me up at Night”
NSC-17-10 Dropped Objects
NSC-17-11 Making it Easier to do The Right Thing
NSC-17-12 How We Make Safety Happen
NSC-17-13 Safety Excellence
NSC-17-17 Are We Managing Our Safety Culture, or Being Managed by It?
NSC-17-18 Building a Collaborative Client/Contractor Occupational Exposure Mitigation System
NSC-17-19 Contractor Safety Improvement & Making Safety Fun Again
NSC-17-20 Employee Participation: Empowering Peer Engagement in Process Safety
NSC-17-21 How to Get Accurate, Clear and Complete Procedures
NSC-17-23 AFPM/API Process Safety Site Assessment Program (PSSAP): MI Lessons Learned from Five Years of the AFPM/API PSSAP
NSC-17-24 The Essentials of a Robust Process Safety Culture
NSC-17-25 Process Safety Site Assessment Program: Promoting a Culture of Process Safety
NSC-17-26 Process Safety Education Implementation: Attempting to Build a Healthy Process Safety Culture
NSC-17-27 The New Silica Regulations – Implementation at Refineries and PetroChem Installations
NSC-17-28 OSHA and EPA Regulatory Update
NSC-17-30 Human Reliability: Next-Generation Performance Improvement
NSC-17-31 INFLUENCE: Human Performance Leadership
NSC-17-32 An Analysis of Common Causes of Major Losses in the Onshore Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Industries
NSC-17-33 Manganese Hazards for Welders
NSC-17-42 Theory to Practice: Achieving High Reliability
NSC-17-45 The Value of Learning from Those That Do The Work
NSC-17-46 Less Is More: Opinions and Learnings from the “Book of Dean”
NSC-17-62 ADVANCING PROCESS SAFETY UPDATE: An Industry-Wide Approach to Improving Safety Performance
NSC-17-7 DSA – A Look Inside Equistar Chemicals - Lake Charles Polymer LyondellBasell Industries
NSC-17-8 Our Vision of Safety Excellence
NSC-17-9 Making People Want to Do the Right Thing Sustaining a Strong Safety Culture
NSC-18-02 Improving Process Safety and Operating Practices with Operator Training Simulators
NSC-18-03 Fatality Prevention in a Complex System
NSC-18-05 Carbon Arc Cutting Exposure Assessment-Strategy and Controls
NSC-18-06 Increasing Situational Awareness to Improve Safety Performance
NSC-18-07 Human Factors-Risk Tolerance
NSC-18-08 FLS Engagement Sessions
NSC-18-09 Emerging Technology
NSC-18-11 Focused Risk Reduction Process to Reduce Occupational Exposure Risk
NSC-18-12 Leadership to Life
NSC-18-13 Advancing Process Safety: Helping Industry Improve Process Safety Performance
NSC-18-14 EHS&S Analytics Optimization Project
NSC-18-17 BIG Water - A Tropical Storm Story
NSC-18-18 High Consequence Simulation through Virtual Reality
NSC-18-20 PSM and RMP Regulatory Updates
NSC-18-22 Raising the Bar on Contractor Safety Engagement
NSC-18-24 World’s Largest Healthcare Issue
NSC-18-26 Hurricane Harvey: Lessons Learned by Flint Hills
NSC-18-30 Hurricane Harvey 2017
NSC-18-33 Pre-Accident Investigations: An Introduction to Organizational Safety
NSC-OI-IO5 OSHA'S VOLUNTARY PROTECTION PROGRAMS (VPP)
OC-17-01 Rigorous Refinery-Wide Optimization
OC-17-08 Online Prediction of Claus Combustion Temperature
OC-17-09 The Mary K. O’Connor Instrument Reliability Project & Improving Maintenance Data for Submittal
OC-17-10 Real-time Integration of Planning-Scheduling & RTO
OC-17-15 Incorporating Safety and Best Practices into your Process With State Based Control
OC-17-18 Are You Getting Full Value From Your APC Investment?
OC-17-19 The Next Generation Simulation Platform
OC-18-02 Optimize Your Automation Systems and Staffing at Your Refinery and Chemical Plants
OC-18-04 Closed Loop Real Time Coordination of a Refinery Mid-Distillates System
OC-18-05 Avoiding the Camouflage Effect: Questionable Practices That Are NOT High Performance HMI!
OC-18-06 Beyond Alarm Management: Using Alarm Analysis to Identify Loop Performance Problems
OC-18-07 Digitalization and Your Control Room
OC-18-10 Data&#8208;Driven Modeling and Global Optimization for Petrochemical Planning Operations
OC-18-11 Sustaining Your Asset Model (Digital Twin): A Practical Approach
OC-18-12 Process Control Support with Data Analytics During Abnormal Events
OC-18-13 Model Predictive Control on a Vacuum Column
OC-18-14 Closing the “LP Gap”: Integration of Production Planning and Supervisory Process Control
OC-18-15 Organizational Changes to Maximize Your APC Profitability
OC-18-16 Demystifying Visualization Technologies
OC-18-20 Real Time Advanced Modeling to Minimize Downtimes
OP-19-19 Leading-Edge Technology for Profitable Real-Time Tracking and Optimization
OP-19-20 The Automation of Operating Discipline with State Based Control
OP-19-21 Cloud-Based IIoT Heat Exchanger Optimization Improves Process Performance
OP-19-22 Securing the Supply Chain for Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) Automation, Control Devices and Systems Using ISA/IEC 62443 Standards
OP-19-37 Impact of Refinery Mass Balance and Loss Control on Operational Excellence
OP-19-49 Closing the LP and APC Gap with Real-Time Optimization
OP-19-56 Bringing Smart Manufacturing to the Masses
OP-19-64 State-Based Control of a Vinyl Acetate Monomer Production Process
OP-19-67 Creating Value Using Open Process Automation to Support Digital Transformation
OP-19-81 Academic Research and its Impact on Industry
OP-19-90 A Comprehensive Fired Heater Health Monitoring Program
OP-19-94 Supporting Integrated Conduct of Operations (CoO) with Integrated Technology
OVERVIEW AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NPRA RESPONSIBLE CARE® PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
PD-04-150 Securing Control Systems While Meeting Business Requirements
PD-04-153 Integrated Energy Management
PD-04-156 Layered Security in Plant Control Environments
PD-04-162 Development and Applications of Virtual Plant Technology: Perspectives of an EPC Company
PD-04-163 Managing Refining Yields and Margins
PD-04-165 Modernizing Information and Communications Systems – Taking Your Plant “Paperless”
PD-04-169 Control the Abnormal
PD-04-170 Application of Rigorous Refinery Process Models for Profit Inprovement
PD-04-171 Catalyst Life Management with a Predictive Deactivation Model
PD-04-172 Optimizing Fuel Gas Operations Across the Entire Complex
PD-04-175 Delivering Bottom-line Improvements Through Asset Monitoring
PD-04-178 Risk and LP Techniques Determine Optimal Tank Farm Design
PD-04-180 Lowering the Costs of Profit Control Implementation
PD-04-181 Managing the Process, Not the Alarms at ConocoPhillips
PD-04-184 Integrated Blending and Scheduling: Key Capabilities that Enable Advanced Scheduling for Improved Performance
PD-04-185 Locating the Cause of Poor Control Performance, and Obtaining Operational Excellence at One of the World’s Largest Refiners
PD-04-187 Key Performance Indicators: The Performance Driven Enterprise
PD-04-189 The ExxonMobil Data Visualization Project
PD-04-191 Applications of Compositional Modeling in Molecule Management
PD-04-193 Closed Loop Testing and Process Identification Reduces MPC Deployment at the Hovensa Refinery - A Case Study
PD-05-150 Striking The Balance Cost Vs. Security Risk / Security and Data Access – Striking the Right Balance
PD-05-151 Auditing APC Applications for Improved Performance / APC Audit Process
PD-05-152 DCS Alarm Management From 20,000 Feet / Reduction of “Bad Actor” Nuisance Process Control Alarms
PD-05-153 Identification of Dynamic Inferential Models Using Analyzer/Lab Data / Identification of Dynamic Inferential Models Using Slow and Irregular Analyzer and Lab Data
PD-05-154 Performance Driven Manufacturing / Ensure Safe Production and Achieve Economic Targets through Improved Work Processes and Increased Collaboration
PD-05-155 Establishing Operator Performance Improvements and Economic Benefit For An ASM® Operator Interface
PD-05-156 Operator Situation Awareness & the Impact on Control Room Design
PD-05-157 Improved Operation Performance Delivers Better Plant Reliability
PD-05-158 Better Decisions, Less Effort, Via Scheduling Technologies
PD-05-159 Crude Supply and Inventory Management: Tools and Techniques
PD-05-161 Supply Chain Decision Support for A Multi-Site Refining Company
PD-05-162 Intelligent Information Management
PD-05-163 Integration of Wireless Technologies Into Operational Work Practices
PD-05-164 2006 Industry Comparitive Performance Analysis to Drive Automation Upgrades
PD-05-165 Managing Security for Open Control Systems
PD-05-166 Application of Automated Step Testing and Modeling on A FCC Unit At The Hovensa St. Croix Refinery
PD-05-167 A Future Vision of IT-Based Systematized Control Room Operation
PD-05-169 The I3P Initative: Improving Control Systems Security in the Oil & Gas Industry
PD-06-101 Implementation of Operations Intelligence for Refining within an Enterprise Monitoring Solution at Saudi Aramco
PD-06-102 Using Dynamic Simulation to Validate the Design and Operations
PD-06-103 Large-Scale Adaptive Multivariable Controllers Eliminate Step Tests and Maximize Plant Performance
PD-06-104 Multivariable Control without Step Testing, A Recent Implementation for BP in the UK
PD-06-105 Energy System Real Time Optimization
PD-06-106 An On-Line Advisory System for Optimizing Refinery Utilities Systems
PD-06-107 Industrial Energy Management by Using an On-line Tool
PD-06-108 Optimization of Feedstock Logistics Management and Blending
PD-06-109 Oil and Gas Supply Chain Global Competitiveness: A Country in the Balance
PD-06-110 Petroleum Supply Chain Management Challenges and Solutions
PD-06-111 3 Basic Steps towards Cyber Security in Your Process Control Environment
PD-06-112 I3P Update - Unavailable -
PD-06-113 Cyber Security from a Federal Level
PD-06-114 Center for Operator Performance
PD-06-115 Abnormal Situation Prevention (ASP) In Complex Systems
PD-06-116 Alarm Management More Than a Nuisance. A Business Improvement Opportunity
PD-06-117 State Handling in Automation
PD-06-119 ARRIS - Architecture for Refinery Real-time Interoperable Systems
PD-06-120 Self Organizing Networks: Discovering an Emerging Technology
PD-06-121 Strategic Implementation of Wireless Technologies
PD-06-122 The Big Shift Change: Identification and Capture of Knowledge at Risk - What Refining is Doing
PD-06-123 The Performance Pentagon: Learning and Knowledge Management Optimizing Performance
PD-06-124 Lifecycle Planning for Your Automation Systems
PD-07-101 Performing Accurate Refinery Configuration Studies to Address The Upcoming EPA Benzene Reductions
PD-07-102 Benchmarking Study Supports Benefits of Smart Refineries
PD-07-103 Refinery Utilities System Optimization Using an On-line Tool
PD-07-104 Managing Energy in the 21st Century: A New Set of Rules, A New Set of Tools
PD-07-105 Closed-Loop Real-Time Optimization of Refinery Energy System with No Operational Intervention
PD-07-106 Leveraging Today’s Process Control Expertise
PD-07-109 Using Advanced Process Control to Drive Regulatory Emissions Compliance
PD-07-110 Integration of Early Fault Detection and Diagnosis In Industrial Processes: FCC Application
PD-07-111 The Application of an Adaptive MPC
PD-07-112 The Advantages of Implementing Wireless I/O over Wired Alternatives
PD-07-113 Refinery of the Future...Simplicity
PD-07-114 The 21st Century Refinery: Impact of Modeling and Predictive Analytics
PD-07-115 The Katrina - Rita Experience: Are you ready for a natural disaster?
PD-07-117 Making Sense of Knowledge and Industry Intelligence Initiatives in Today’s Petroleum Industry
PD-07-119 Innovation of Supply Chain Management In Shell Downstream
PD-07-120 Operations Team of Tomorrow: Operations Skills to Meet Demands of Plant Operations – A Comprehensive Approach / Operator Training
PD-07-121 A Scalable Automation and Decision Support Infrastructure that Enables a Proactive, Asset Based Approach to EHS Compliance
PD-07-122 Visualization in the Refinery of the Future
PD-08-101 Bottom to Top Real Time Accounting and Performance Measures – From Plant Floor to ERP
PD-08-102 A Network and Linear Programming (LP) Based Approach for Analyzing the Refinery Tank Adequacy System
PD-08-103 MOM/DSS with SOA Flavor!
PD-08-104 Refining Operation Information System
PD-08-105 In-Line Laboratory and Real Time Quality Management
PD-08-106 Development and Operation of Next-generation Automation Systems for Standardized, Efficient Operations
PD-08-107 Extending Process Automation Through Wireless Technologies
PD-08-108 Advanced Diagnostics: 4 Steps to Better Decision Making
PD-08-109 Daily Production Accounting at Frontier's Cheyenne, WY Refinery
PD-08-110 Optimize Your Process Using Normal Operation Data
PD-08-111 Model Based Performance Monitoring
PD-08-113 On-line Optimization of an Aromatics Plant in a Petrochemicals Complex
PD-08-114 Managing Hydrocarbon Losses: What You Don’t Know Really Affects The Bottom Line!
PD-08-115 Planning and Scheduling Integration into Suncor's Project Cornerstone
PD-08-117 Dealing with Crude Supply Problems Requires Quick, Accurate Scheduling Decisions
PD-08-118 Refinery Supply Chain Management Challenges
PD-08-122 Gain Working Knowledge of the Operating System: Addressing a Critical Outcome of the Aging Workforce
PD-08-123 Best Practices for Management, Operations and Training in an Era of Skills Depletion
PD-08-124 Squeezing the Sulfur Out Of Diesel – DMCplusTM Controller on an Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Treating Unit
PD-09-108 Scheduling for Performance: From Managing Inventory to Managing Quality
PD-09-109 How Best To Represent Complex Process Operations in Refinery LP Models
PD-09-111 Optimal Gasoline Blending
PD-09-112 Optimizing Blending Operations across Chevron – A Multi-site Deployment
PD-09-113 Removing the Trials and Tribulations of PID Tuning
PD-09-114 Center for Operator Performance Alarm Research Results
PD-09-116 Optimization and Carbon Caps
PD-09-117 Capturing As-Built Assets for Documentation and Virtualization
PD-09-119 Improving Plant Performance & Safety in Continuous Processes through Modular Procedural Automation
PD-09-120 Security Management - Key for Success
PD-09-121 Cyber Security for Wireless Field and Plant Networks
PD-09-123 The Digital Refinery: Progress and Promise
PD-09-124 Enabling the Real-Time Enterprise
PD-09-126 “… a look back.” 50 Years of Plant Automation
PD-09-128 From Tail Lights to Head Lights
PD-10-102 Automating Grade Changes for Optimal Performance
PD-10-103 Enabling Plant Personnel to Facilitate Process Safety and Environmental Compliance
PD-10-104 Evolutionary Energy Management and Process Optimization: Providing Real-Time Situational Awareness
PD-10-105 Production Optimization of Energy Use in Distillation: A Case Study
PD-10-107 Gasoline Blend Property Control and Optimization
PD-10-108 Implement Cost-Effective Operator Training Simulators
PD-10-109 Valero Energy Memphis Refinery Reformer Optimization
PD-10-111 A Novel Approach to Plant Performance Improvement through Quantitative Benchmarking (QBM)
PD-10-112 What is a Safety Instrumented System
PD-10-113 Distillation Column Flooding Predictor
PD-10-114 Effective Deployment of CPM in Refineries
PD-10-115 A Standardized Approach to Boiler Burner Management Systems
PD-10-116 Procedural Automation: Improving Consistency & Production
PD-10-119 Managing Environmental Emissions in the Hydrocarbon Industries
PD-10-120 Application of Semantic Data Management for Process and Asset Integrity Excellence
PD-10-121 PERTAMINA's Real-Time Integrated Downstream Supply Chain Dashboard
PD-10-122 Statistical Tools Applied to Solve Today’s Refinery Problems
PD-10-Keynote Sustainability in the Process Industries with Advanced Real-Time Business Integration
PD-11-01 Controlling Hydrocracker Temperature Excursions
PD-11-04 Optimization Blend Operations Refinery Schwechat
PD-11-11 Achieving Superior Performance through Advanced Petrochemical Operations Scheduling
PD-11-15 The Role of Planning & Scheduling in Refinery Optimization
PD-11-16 Improve Plant Reliability through Essential Asset Monitoring
PD-11-29 RFS2: Measuring and Controlling an 800 lb. Gorilla
PD-11-33 Advanced Control: Mid Stream Success
PD-11-37 APT (Night Dragon) Methodology and Lessons Learned
PD-11-38 ISA Security Compliance Institute ISASecureTM Certifications; Use in Procurement Requirements
PD-11-40 Digital Energy: The Convergence of Digital Technology with Fuel Processing, Supply Chain Management, and Organizations
PD-12-09 The Economics of Process Measurements
PD-12-10 The New API RP 556: Best Practices for Instrumentation, Control, and Protective Systems for Gas Fired Heaters
PD-12-11 Stuxnet and Security: Dos & Don’ts
PD-12-12 Advanced Process Control OMV Schwechat Refinery Butadiene Unit
PD-12-13 Production Planning & Optimization: Making Better Feedstock Purchase Decisions with Advanced Optimization Technology
PD-12-19 Successfully Utilizing Procedural Automation – Lessons Learned from Other Industries
PD-12-21 Remote Asset Monitoring and Diagnostics: An Expert Always On-line
PD-12-23 Boundary Control of Operating Envelopes Increases Process Profitability
PD-12-26 Strategic Oil Movement Control Upgrades
PD-12-27 Use of Emerging Technologies for Plant Automation and Optimization in Chevron
PD-12-31 Operational Insight for Improvement Using Emerging, Self-Service Analytical Technologies
PD-12-34 ISA-106: Using Procedural Automation to Improve Operational Efficiency
PD-13-10 Mobility Technologies and Practices Transform Refining Operations
PD-13-12 Small Matrix Multivariable Control
PD-13-14 Integrated Sites – Unified Refining and Chemicals Performance Metrics
PD-13-16 Turn Wireless Data into Actionable Information for Cooling Towers
PD-13-17 Steam System Management: A Case Study in Procedural Automation
PD-13-2 Distillation Column Product Quality Optimization
PD-13-20 Rigorous Model Integration with Linear Planning Models
PD-13-21 Managing Control System Lifecycle
PD-13-22 Management of Change – For More Than Just Process Safety
PD-13-3 Achieving Better Gasoline Planning Through the Application of Advanced Scheduling Software
PD-13-5 Turning Real-time Data into Information With Industrial Wireless
PD-13-7 Asset Virtualization
PD-13-8 Gray2K - The Great Shift Change Ready or Not, Here It Comes!
PD-14-1 Optimization of Diesel Hydrotreating Unit Operations using a Time Series ARMAX Model
PD-14-13 Economic Advantages of Non-Linear Modeling for Refinery and Petrochemicals Planning
PD-14-14 Closing the GAP: Bringing Financial Clarity to Operational Decision Making
PD-14-16 Application of A Batch-Wise Adapting MPC Technology
PD-14-2 A Business Case for Revamping an MPC Application in Disuse
PD-14-22 Control System Lifecycle Management and Blending Upgrades in Chevron
PD-14-23 Maintaining Advanced Process Control Applications Effectiveness
PD-14-25 DCS Migration–Lessons Learned
PD-14-4 Standards Based Interoperability - Where Does It Stand Now?
PD-14-7 Challenges of Cybersecurity Implementations for Process Control Systems
PD-15-04 Refocus Your APC Program to Improve Profitability
PD-15-06 Innovative Alternate Methods of Processing Light Tight Oil in Refineries
PD-15-07 Making Sense and Cents from Plant Data
PD-15-08 Distillation Blending and Cutpoint Temperature Optimization in Scheduling Operations
PD-15-28 Optimizing Diesel Hydrotreater Feed Content and ULSD Quality While Respecting Feed Header Hydraulics
PD-16-1 Legal Risks From Cyber-Threats in the Energy and Transportation Sectors
PD-16-10 Eliminating Difficult to Control Processes with Procedure Automation
PD-16-14 Alarm Management and Cultural Change
PD-16-20 Establishing the Resilient Supply Chain Optimization Process
PD-16-38 ICS Cybersecurity: You Cannot Secure What You Cannot See
PD-16-8 Alarm Philosophy Document
PD-16-9 Big Data Analytics Applied to Real-World Control Systems: From Instruments to Advanced Controls
PEOPLE SKILLS DRIVE RELIABLITY
Petroleum Market Outlook: Post 9/11 Impact and Road to Recovery
PLANNING MAINTENANCE TO COMPLY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
Platforming™ Technology Advances: CycleX™ System For Increased Hydrogen Production From A Fixed-Bed Reforming Unit
Point Source Methodology for Electrical Area Classification
Predict This Identify Individuals Who Are Likely to Engage in Unsafe Working Behavior and Train Them
Prime-G+™ Commercial Performance of FCC Naphtha Desulfurization Technology
PROCESS THIS! Stickers
PROCESS THIS! Tervis Tumbler
Producing Low Sulfur Gasoline Reliably
Production of Ultra-Low Sulfur Fuels by Selective Hydroperoxide Oxidation
PRODUCTION OF ULTRA-LOW SULFUR FUELS: TODAY AND TOMORROW
Project Risk from the Lender’s Viewpoint
Publication Archived
Recent Changes In Refinery Materials And Corrosion – A Major Impact On Reliability
Recent Developments in Fixed-bed Alkylation FBA™
Reduce Ultra-Low Sulfur Gasoline Compliance Costs with S-Brane™ Membrane Process for Sulfur Removal & FCC Catalyst Technologies for Clean Fuels
Reducing Reactor Temperatures In Sulfuric Acid Alkylation Units
Refining Solutions for ULSD: The Chemicals-Grade Fuel of Today
Reliability and Maintenance Conference Papers - Archived
RELIABILITY ENGINEERING IMPLEMENTATION FOR A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION
RMC-00-100 TESTING PROGRAM FOR HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE TEST OPERATORS
RMC-00-102 BP AMOCO CHEMICALS: A SUMMARY OF ONE COMPANY'S EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY PRACTICES (1996-1999)
RMC-00-104 HEATER TUBE LIFE MANAGEMENT
RMC-00-105 B2B E-COMMERCE AND ITS PLACE IN MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND OPERATIONS (MRO) ORGANIZATIONS
RMC-00-81 INTEGRATING SAP 3.1 FUNCTIONALITY INTO A REFINERY RELIABILITY PROCESS
RMC-00-82 INCREASE PROFITABILITY BY INCORPORATING A TURNAROUND SAFETY PLAN
RMC-00-83 USING BENCHMARK DATA EFFECTIVELY
RMC-00-84 RE-ENERGIZING A STALLED RELIABILITY EFFORT AT PHILLIPS BORGER
RMC-00-86 RISK-BASED ASSESSMENT OF MECHANICAL DRIVE STEAM TURBINES
RMC-00-87 IMPROVING THE MAINTENANCE FUNCTION
RMC-00-88 The UCISCO InSpecSM Furnace Tube Inspection Service An Innovative Inspection System
RMC-00-89 ADDRESSING PLANT RAM AND ASSET MANAGEMENT ISSUES WITH AN ADVANCED AUTOMATED SIMULATION METHODOLOGY
RMC-00-90 KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER & SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE SHARING
RMC-00-91 ADVANCED MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGIES FOR OPTIMIZED TURNAROUND EFFICIENCY AND FUTURE RELIABILITY
RMC-00-92 RISK-BASED INSPECTION IMPLEMENTATION EXPERIENCE
RMC-00-93 ACHIEVING MAXIMUM BENEFIT FROM CMMS DATA
RMC-00-94 FURNACE RELIABILITY AND OPTIMIZATION THROUGH THE USE OF HIGH EMISSIVITY CERAMIC COATINGS
RMC-00-96 HOW GOOD PLANNING, COMPREHENSIVE JOB PACKAGES, AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER
RMC-00-97 THE ROLE OF SUPERVISORS IN IMPROVEMENTS DYNAMICS BETWEEN 3 LEADERSHIP PROCESSES IN BUILDING INTERNAL COMMITMENT AND WORKER EMPOWERMENT
RMC-00-98 DEVELOPING & MAINTAINING YOUR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM IN SAP R/3
RMC-00-99 OUTSOURCING MODERN TECHNOLOGY TO INCREASE PROFITS AND ENHANCE RELIABILITY
RMC-01-103 “KNOWLEDGE SHOPS” TO ATTAIN & SUSTAIN “BEST IN CLASS” TURNAROUNDS
RMC-02-100 MAINTENANCE & INSURANCE: “CLOSING THE CONNECTION”
RMC-02-102 IMPROVING TURNAROUND PERFORMANCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS
RMC-02-104 Strategic Sourcing of Materials and Services: Overview and Approach Utilizing Cross Functional Teams
RMC-02-105 Supplier Diversity Impact on the Petroleum Industry
RMC-02-166 FURTHER INCREASE REFINING MARGINS WITH SOURCING GOVERNANCE
RMC-02-167 VALUE BASED CONTRACTING
RMC-02-168 STRATEGIC ALLIANCE MANAGEMENT: A SUCCESSFUL CASE STUDY
RMC-02-81 SOME POINTS TO HIGHLIGHT ON MACHINERY FAILURE ANALYSIS
RMC-02-82 IMPROVED EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE AND MAINTENANCE EFFECTIVENESS THROUGH SIX SIGMA
RMC-02-83 RELIABILITY FOCUSED OPERATIONS SUCCESSFUL SKILL BUILDING AT THE CHEVRON, EL SEGUNDO REFINERY
RMC-02-84 PERFORMANCE DIAGNOSTICS FOR PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS
RMC-02-85 AUTO-REFRIGERATION/BRITTLE FRACTURE ANALYSIS OF AN EXISTING OLEFINS PLANT – LESSONS LEARNED
RMC-02-86 DEFINING ASSET MANAGEMENT
RMC-02-87 THE USE OF ROPE ACCESS TECHNIQUES TO INSPECT FOR CORROSION UNDER INSULATION ON TOWERS IN AN OPERATING PROCESS PLANT
RMC-02-88 IDENTIFYING AND IMPLEMENTING IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH BENCHMARKING
RMC-02-89 WORK MANAGEMENT PROCESS’ CONTRIBUTION TO PACESETTER STANDARDS AND THE BOTTOMLINE
RMC-02-90 “RBI 2002” DERIVING MAXIMUM VALUE FROM THE PROCESS: AN OWNER USER PERSPECTIVE
RMC-02-91 YESTERDAY’S WORKFORCE… GONE TOMORROW! WHO’S RESPONSIBLE FOR DEVELOPING THE FUTURE: OWNERS OR CONTRACTORS?
RMC-02-92 101 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN A PRESSURE EQUIPMENT INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE HYDROCARBON PROCESS INDUSTRY
RMC-02-93 CATHODIC PROTECTION FOR REFINERIES
RMC-02-94 HOW NEW OSHA SCAFFOLD RULES WILL AFFECT YOUR BUSINESS
RMC-02-95 INTEGRATING RCM-BASED TASKS INTO MOBILE FIELD FORCE AUTOMATION SYSTEM
RMC-02-96 SK CORPORATION’S EXPERIENCE OF TURNAROUND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION
RMC-02-97 SYSTEM-BASED TURNAROUND WORK PACKAGING ELIMINATES COSTLY SCOPE AND CONTRACTOR REDUNDANCIES AND OPTIMIZES TURNAROUND SCHEDULES
RMC-02-98 LEAK DETECTION AND REPAIR PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION “WORKING TOGETHER TOWARDS COMPLIANCE”
RMC-02-99 INTEGRATED SYSTEM AND METHODOLOGY FOR BACK-PRESSURE TESTING CATALYST-PACKED TUBES IN TUBULAR REACTOR VESSELS
RMC-03-102 PROCUREMENT PLUS: TRANSFORMING THE REFINING SUPPLY CHAIN
RMC-03-104 Standardization
RMC-03-108 UNDERSTANDING THE COSTS AND CAUSES OF UNAVAILABILITY EVENTS
RMC-03-110 Innovative Blast Hardening Retrofit Techniques for Resisting the Effects of Vapor Cloud Explosions
RMC-03-111 Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth In Training?... How Competency-Based Training Delivers Better Value
RMC-03-81 Predicting Turnaround Performance
RMC-03-82 A Case Study on the Planning and Execution of a FCCU Chemical Decontamination
RMC-03-84 Robotic Refractory De-line of a FCCU Reactor
RMC-03-86 Improve Plant Productivity, Uptime, Safety and Product Quality using Local and On-Line Valve Condition Monitoring Technologies
RMC-03-87 Refinery Life-Cycle Availability Modeling Shell Canada Products Case Study
RMC-03-88 101 Essential Elements in a Pressure In a Pressure Equipment Integrity Management Program For the Hydrocarbon Process Industry Part 2
RMC-03-89 Achieving Best-in-Class Reliability Through Asset Performance Management
RMC-03-90 Optimizing the Shutdown Workscope and Interval on an Ethylene Cracker
RMC-03-91 Reformer Tube Inspection and Asset Management
RMC-03-92 In-Service Robotic AST Cleaning and Inspection: History and Operational Experience
RMC-03-93 Engineering Best Practices: What are VIP’s? And How are Owners Implementing VIP’s?
RMC-03-94 Sulphur Recovery Unit Reliability Improvement Case Study
RMC-03-95 Operator Teams – A Data-Based Approach to the Design & Implementation of an Operator- Assisted Maintenance Process
RMC-03-96 Maintenance and Operations of Emissions Burners
RMC-03-97 OPERATOR DRIVEN RELIABILITY™ PRACTICE OR MYTH
RMC-03-98 Improving Reliability Using Mobile, Wireless Workflow Technology
RMC-04-100 Online Bidding: Impacting Cost in the Refining Industry
RMC-04-101 Systematic Failure Elimination: An Essential Business Competency
RMC-04-102 Use of Benchmarks to Set Reliability and Maintenance Targets
RMC-04-106 Maintenance Planning for Capital Projects
RMC-04-107 ODR Experience from Pulp & Paper Industry
RMC-04-108 A Proven Service for Contractor Cost Control
RMC-04-109 Procurement’s Role in Supplier Management Using Integrated Services
RMC-04-110 Digital Radiography
RMC-04-81 The Maintenance Journey: A proven approach for changing from a reactive to proactive culture
RMC-04-82 Process Industry Practices - PIP - Driving Greater Capital and Maintenance Efficiency
RMC-04-85 Contracting for Success
RMC-04-86 Excellence in Stationary Equipment Reliability
RMC-04-87 Improving Plant Productivity and Safety while Performing Online Repairs
RMC-04-89 102 Essential Elements of Pressure Equipment Integrity Management
RMC-04-90 A Hands-On Tool for Understanding the Business Value of Innovative Reliability- Based Maintenance Practices
RMC-04-91 HIGH-STRENGTH Fe-3Cr-W(Mo) STEEL FOR PETROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONS
RMC-04-92 Integrating Value into Mobile Data Collection System at Motiva Refining
RMC-04-93 FORT MARTIN POWER STATION: A CASE STUDY IN RELIABILITY
RMC-04-94 Strategic Sourcing - Global Centers of Excellence
RMC-04-95 Solution-oriented, Team Effort Brings Units On-line After Fire
RMC-04-97 Life Cycle Cost Analysis - Who Does What?
RMC-04-98 "ONLINE" MONITORING OF RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS
RMC-04-99 Project Management Excellence Using Real-time Information
RMC-05-100 Lessons Learned During ODR Implementation
RMC-05-101 Sarbanes-Oxley Impact On Purchasing
RMC-05-102 Effect On Global Commodity Demands On U.S. Markets
RMC-05-103 Optimizing MRO Spend Management With Procurement Service Providers - Ways To Gain Rapid ROI
RMC-05-104 Impact Of Machinery Failure On Rate Of Return On Investment
RMC-05-105 Innovative Turnaround Safety
RMC-05-106 Using ‘Schedule Of Norms’ To Assure Long-Term Improvements
RMC-05-107 Smart Control Valve Diagnostics; Predictive Maintenance And Beyond
RMC-05-108 Determining Risk Associated Inspection And Overhaul Of Turbomachinery: Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow
RMC-05-109 Fueling Sustainable Development Through Supplier Diversity
RMC-05-81 Metallurgy 201: Application and Limitations of Existing and Newer Alloys in Hydrocarbon Industry
RMC-05-82 Twelve Equipment Reliability Enhancements With 10:1 Payback
RMC-05-83 Ninety-Nine "Diseases" Of Pressure Equipment
RMC-05-84 Strategic Chemistry: Real Clean. Real Fast. Real Profits.
RMC-05-85 Secrets Of Sustaining Change In Manufacturing
RMC-05-86 Creative Ways To Simultaneously Improve Productivity And Morale
RMC-05-87 A New Era In Coke Drum Unheading Safety
RMC-05-88 Low Emission - Low Maintenance Burner Design
RMC-05-89 Using Statistical Productivity Improvement To Enhance Performance Of Construction Labor
RMC-05-90 Reliability Centered Maintenance (Rcm) Versus Common Sense
RMC-05-91 21st Century Craft Labor Solutions: The Role Of Advanced Repair Technologies
RMC-05-92 Hard Dollar Benefits Of Using Mobile Work Process Improvement Software
RMC-05-93 New Gasket System Technology For Sealing Heat Exchangers
RMC-05-94 Construction Materials Operating Envelopes: Safe And Reliable Operation Within Boundaries
RMC-05-95 The Insulation Energy Appraisal Program — Assessing The True Value Of Insulated Systems
RMC-05-96 Maintenance Considerations During Project Development
RMC-05-97 All Out War For Talent
RMC-05-98 Management Of Major Multi-Plant Turnarounds In A Petroleum Refinery
RMC-05-99 Marathon Ashland Petroleum/Sunoco Operator-Driven Initative Update
RMC-06-100 Turnaround Safety & Housekeeping Coordinator
RMC-06-101 Leading Indicators of Turnaround Performance Outcomes
RMC-06-103 Turnaround Scope Optimization Process
RMC-06-104 A Retrospective Look at Implementing Change
RMC-06-105 Predictive Reliability and Maintenance Management Information
RMC-06-106 A Machinist Apprenticeship Strategy
RMC-06-107 How to Thrive in the Big Crew Change
RMC-06-108 Workforce Demographics
RMC-06-80 Maintenance Outsourcing: Performance-Based Contracting for “Total Spend” Savings
RMC-06-81 A Global Contracting Strategy for Improving Productivity and Cost Management
RMC-06-82 The GPPMA: A Tool for Maintenance Efficiency
RMC-06-83 Implementing a Planning and Scheduling Work Process
RMC-06-84 Pipe Leak Repair Techniques
RMC-06-85 Fundamentals of Metallurgy and Corrosion
RMC-06-86 Understanding Weld Failures in Refinery Equipment
RMC-06-87 New Compressor Train Project
RMC-06-88 Inspecting the Inspectors – Facilities’ Inspection Program
RMC-06-89NT1 New Technology for Automatic Tank Gauging
RMC-06-89NT2 Feature Assessment and Mapping-Conformable Eddy Current Array
RMC-06-89NT3 Using Virtual Trial Fitting to Reduce Rework and Control Construction Cost and Schedules
RMC-06-90 Troubleshooting and the Operator
RMC-06-91 A New Vision for Root-cause Analysis
RMC-06-92 Operator Ownership Leads to Improved Reliability by Condition Monitoring
RMC-06-93 ODR at Rohm and Haas, Deer Park, TX
RMC-06-94 Ninety-Nine "Diseases" of Pressure Equipment
RMC-06-95 RCM Benchmarking Survey Results
RMC-06-96 Improving Plant Mechanical Integrity with Risk-based Inspection Analysis - Unavailable
RMC-06-98 The High Cost of Cheap Paint
RMC-06-99 Successfully Forecasting Turnaround Cost and Schedule
RMC-07-100 The Bulging Intensity Factor
RMC-07-101 Importance of Gathering Start-up/Shutdown Vibration Data on Critical Turbo-machinery
RMC-07-102 Risk-Based Method to Establish Inspection Intervals for Pressure Relief Devices
RMC-07-104 Torsional Analysis of Rotating Equipment
RMC-07-105 Standardizing and Improving Best Practices in Estimating and Planning
RMC-07-106 Successfully Integrating Capital Projects With Plant Turnarounds - Lessons Learned and Strategies for Pacesetter Results
RMC-07-107 How to Consistently Have Successful Turnarounds
RMC-07-111 Gulf Coast Workforce Development Initiative and Beyond
RMC-07-112 Driving Performance Improvement within the Maintenance Organization
RMC-07-113 Operating with Integrity
RMC-07-114 Asset Management in the Arabian Gulf
RMC-07-115 Six Sigma in Maintenance
RMC-07-80 Building Cultures of Reliability-in-Action
RMC-07-81 Breaking the Barriers of Traditional Learning
RMC-07-82 A Case Study in Effectively Implementing Corporate Change Initiatives
RMC-07-83 Creating and Sustaining Reliability Culture
RMC-07-85 Obtaining Leak Free Bolted Joint Operation by Returning to Basics
RMC-07-87 Rethinking the Industrial Plant Maintenance Model Utilizing Conventional RCM Theory
RMC-07-88 High Pressure Heat Exchanger Diaphragm Removal/Retrofit Using Double Tapered Pressure Seal
RMC-07-89 What's New in API/ASME Inspection/Repair Standards - Unavailable -
RMC-07-90 Global Valve Sourcing: Valve Acceptance Criteria for AML Development and Implementation
RMC-07-93 Inclusion of Diverse Suppliers Into the Supply Chain
RMC-07-94 Redefining the Buyer-Supplier Balance of Power
RMC-07-95 OEM vs. Independent Re-Build Shops: Why Having all the Facts and Keeping an Open Mind is Essential
RMC-07-96 Assessing the Value Creation of RBI
RMC-07-97 New Concepts in Asset Reliability Management
RMC-07-98 The Ninety Nine Diseases of Pressure Equipment
RMC-07-99 Global Implementation of RBI within the Bayer Organization
RMC-08-06 PCC-2, Repair of Pressure Equipment and Piping
RMC-08-07 Maintenance Work Sampling
RMC-08-08 Making Everyone Accountable For Reliability: Eliminating Barriers To Maintenance Excellence
RMC-08-10 Creating a Culture of Change
RMC-08-11 Infrared Basics
RMC-08-12 10 Fundamental Strategies and Best Practices of Supply Chain Organizations
RMC-08-13 Claims and Contract Management
RMC-08-14 Invoice Reduction
RMC-08-15 Prevent Corrosion Under Insulation - A Strategy for Piping Systems
RMC-08-16 Infrared Camera In-Use in the Petrochemical Industry
RMC-08-18 Reliability and Availability: Lifecycle Lessons from Functional Safety
RMC-08-19 New Best Practice to Deliver Predictably Competitive Turnaround Results
RMC-08-20 Craft Productivity Workforce Planning Case Study: Crude Upgrade Project at FHR Refinery – Pine Bend, MN
RMC-08-22 Transformers, Insulating Oil Testing & Analysis
RMC-08-24 Managing Management Using the Phased Gate Turnaround Process
RMC-08-25 Fieldbus Project Implementation
RMC-08-26 Monitoring and Maintaining PLC’s
RMC-08-29 Materials Verification
RMC-08-30 Successful Project Controls
RMC-08-32 All Lubricants Are Not Created Equal
RMC-08-33 Turnaround Peer Assist Process at ConocoPhillips
RMC-08-34 Safety Instrumented System Testing
RMC-08-35 Strategies for Infrastructure Reliability
RMC-08-36 Failure Modes and Effect Analysis Utilization
RMC-08-37 Analyzer Specialists – Their Origin and Their Replacement
RMC-09-07 Optimum Furnace Tube Replacements
RMC-09-08 Piping Inspections Using Low Frequency Electromagnetic Technique
RMC-09-10 Owner-User Experiences with Heat Exchanger Tubular Inspection Techniques
RMC-09-11 Trade-Off Economics In Plant Turnarounds
RMC-09-12 Top Ten Maintenance Best Practices: Why You Should Implement Them
RMC-09-13 Specifying and Obtaining Pumps for Uninterrupted Six-Year Run Length
RMC-09-14 Using Handheld Devices to Assess and Quantify Asset Performance
RMC-09-15 Utilizing SAP Notifications Types and Tasks for Capturing Reliability Data
RMC-09-16 Craft Performance Improvement Using Mentoring Programs
RMC-09-17 Energy Maintenance
RMC-09-18 The North American Substance Abuse Program (NASAP)
RMC-09-20 Using Hot Work Technologies to Reduce Critical Path
RMC-09-21 Importance of Culture Change in Meeting Reliability Goals within a Manufacturing Environment
RMC-09-22 Fireproofing Fundamentals
RMC-09-24 Beyond Decon: Strategic Chemistry for Turnarounds
RMC-09-25 Flexible Aerogel Insulation for Industrial Applications
RMC-09-26 Predictability and Control of Spend at BP Texas City
RMC-09-27 Risk Based Asset Management – Delivering and Sustaining Value Across a Mid-Sized Refining Enterprise
RMC-09-29 Plant-Health Monitoring & Reliability Intelligence
RMC-09-32 Artesis – Simplifying Predictive Maintenance Using Modeling Techniques for Condition Monitoring
RMC-09-33 Reducing the Downtime Cost in the Brazilian Refineries through the Remote Induction Motor Health Monitoring and Induction Motor Management
RMC-09-34 Hurricane Ike Recovery Efforts Orange, Texas
RMC-09-36 Extending Power Cable Life an Additional 40 Years
RMC-09-37 Fatigue Risk Management in the Refining, Petrochemical & Chemical Industries
RMC-09-39 Real World Application of Key Performance Indicators
RMC-09-40 Options for Temporary Buildings
RMC-09-44 Why use schedules of Manhour Norms Contract for Construction & Maintenance Activities on a Downstream Asset?
RMC-09-46 Contract Administration Techniques In An Uncertain Economy
RMC-10-12 Root Cause Analysis for Dummies
RMC-10-13 BP – Texas City Reliability Accelerator Effort
RMC-10-14 Long Range Turnaround Plan: Conceptual Development and Work List Development
RMC-10-15 How to Get the Most from Your EPC Contractor
RMC-10-16 Gas Plant Improves Asset Efficiency and Value through Integrated and Predictive Facility Integrity
RMC-10-19 Reliability Improvement of the Third Kind – Direct Contact
RMC-10-21 Strategy for Site-wide Performance Improvement in an Integrated Production Facility
RMC-10-22 Ethylene Unit Fire Lessons Learned Sunoco Marcus Hook, PA Refinery
RMC-10-23 Shared Leadership Model for Turnaround Excellence
RMC-10-25 ASME PCC-1 (2010) and How It Has Improved Bolting Efficiency
RMC-10-26 Erase Risking Repeat Failures of Pumps
RMC-10-27 How to Achieve World-Class Maintenance Safety Performance
RMC-10-29 Maintenance Supervisors – Need Some New Ones?
RMC-10-30 From Fitness for Service to a Reliability- Based Mechanical Integrity Program – A Journey from the Ashes to Sustained Reliability
RMC-10-31 Transitioning to World-Class Turnaround Management Step by Step Journey to Successful Turnarounds
RMC-10-32 A New Standard for Measuring Maintenance Effectiveness
RMC-10-33 Improving Heat Exchanger Efficiency by Non- Mechanical Means
RMC-10-36 Facility Siting: Beyond Compliance to Creating Business Value
RMC-10-37 Peer Reviews and Readiness Reviews
RMC-10-39 Maximizing the Value of Your Suppliers
RMC-10-40 Increasing Reliability through Turnaround Inventory Optimization
RMC-10-41 Tools for Contractor Service Entry
RMC-10-45 Improve Your Company’s Profitability with a Comprehensive Motor Maintenance Program
RMC-10-46 Forgotten Metrics
RMC-10-47 I've Got A LOPA Report, Now What?
RMC-10-50 Ethics and Excellence for Engineers
RMC-10-51 Can Refineries Survive the Next 10 Years?
RMC-11-30 Testing Methods for Medium Voltage Cables and Life-Extension Opportunities
RMC-11-32 The Keys to Success in Maintaining Pressure Equipment Integrity and Reliability
RMC-11-34 Using An Iris Inspection To Verify Flaws Found With Eddy Current Technique And Remote Field Electromagnetic Technique Inspections
RMC-11-35 All Sealing Problems can be Fixed
RMC-11-37 PIP Overview: Driving Greater Capital and Maintenance Efficiency
RMC-11-39 Reducing Fatalities in Confined Space by Focusing on Personnel Training and Adherence to Procedures
RMC-11-40 Owner Based Maintenance Training: Challenges – Solutions – End Products
RMC-11-41 Asset Life-Cycle Joint Integrity Assurance
RMC-11-42 Craft Training Best Practices: Tales from the Field
RMC-11-44 An “Inside Out” Approach to Reliability Improvement
RMC-11-45 Lessons Learned from Reliability and Maintenance Benchmarking
RMC-11-46 Anti-Vibration Technologies for Heat Exchangers
RMC-11-47 Limit-Load Analysis Applications for Expanding Service Envelopes in Vessels with Non Code-Compliant Geometries
RMC-11-49 How Electronic Management Tools Can Improve Safety, Environmental and Cost Performance
RMC-11-52 Real Time Risk-Based Asset Management – A Framework for Sustainable Asset Integrity Solutions
RMC-11-54 Electrical Maintenance Practices that Impact Safety
RMC-11-55 Using Simple Technology for Manufacturing Excellence
RMC-11-56 Heat Exchanger Deposit Removal using Pressurized Liquid Nitrogen (LN2)
RMC-11-58 The Data Dilemma: Maintenance and Test Tracking in a Post ISA 84 Era
RMC-11-60 Flue Gas Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool for Fired Process Heater Furnaces
RMC-11-61 Effective Alarm Management
RMC-11-62 Are We Ready for Recovery? Addressing the Shortage of Skilled Craft Professionals: the Looming Crisis!
RMC-12-12 Engineer Training & Development
RMC-12-13 Recovery: Addressing the Shortage of Skilled Craft Professionals
RMC-12-14 The Changing Role of the Craftsperson in Industry
RMC-12-16 Turnaround Excellence Through Organizational Transformation
RMC-12-19 Equipment Reliability Focused Operating Envelopes
RMC-12-20 Overcoming Barriers to Proper Planning and Scheduling
RMC-12-24 Avoiding Costly Repairs Of Storage Tanks By Performing Hydrostatic Test Exemption And Floor Settlement Assessments
RMC-12-27 Managing SIS Proof Test Data in Software
RMC-12-29 USING NON-METALLIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE PIPING REPAIRS
RMC-12-31 Improving Efficiency/Reliability Through 3-D Planning
RMC-12-32 Industrial Wireless and Your Turnaround Or The 1% Solution
RMC-12-36 Operator Driven Reliability
RMC-12-37 Lessons Learned from the Front-Lines of an Operator Care Program
RMC-12-38 Induction Heat Tube Extraction For Generating Bank Re-tubing
RMC-12-39 Implementing Successful Work Management Practices to Maximize Maintenance Efficiency
RMC-12-40 Mechanical Integrity - Tough Lessons Learned
RMC-12-41 Real-Time Integrity Management©
RMC-12-42 Achieving and Maintaining a Real-Time RBI Program
RMC-12-44 MAINTAINING ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE RELIABILITY AFTER OBSOLECENCE: REPLACE OR REFURBISH?
RMC-12-45 Meeting Burner Management System Regulations
RMC-12-46 An update on Risk Based Inspection: Bringing Focus On External Corrosion Under Insulation, Stress Corrosion Cracking And Other Damage Mechanisms
RMC-13-02 Mega vs. Smaller Turnarounds: When Is A Turnaround Too Big?
RMC-13-07 Unplanned Plant Electrical Outages: Testing and Preventative Options
RMC-13-10 OSBL Line Inspection Tracking
RMC-13-15 Refining Turnaround Performance Improvement
RMC-13-20 A Look Inside: Improving Safety Within Permit Spaces Utilizing a Centralized Confined Space Monitoring System
RMC-13-22 Leveraging Risk and Cost Analytics for Better Reliability and Holistic Enterprise-wide Asset Strategies
RMC-13-23 The Skill Trades Deficit: 6 Strategies to Fill the Void
RMC-13-31 Knowledge Transfer: Aging Workforce Countermeasure
RMC-13-34 Neglecting the Simplest Tool in Your Reliability Efforts?
RMC-13-36 Repair Strategies for Civil Structures Utilizing New Risk Based Inspection Methodology
RMC-13-45 Improving “Wrench Time” Thru Adaptive Planning & Scheduling
RMC-13-47 Operator Excellence and Its Role in Refinery Reliability
RMC-13-48 Going Beyond Asset Monitoring for Improved Reliability: Remote Asset Monitoring and Alerts
RMC-13-56 Oil Mist Lubrication Drives Reliability of Over 100,000 Pump Sets
RMC-13-57 Reliability and Maintenance Excellence – What It Takes to Compete in a Global Marketplace
RMC-13-67 TORQUING vs. TENSIONING FOR BOLTED JOINTS
RMC-13-71 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PULSE REFLECTOMETRY FOR NON-TRAVERSING TUBE INSPECTION
RMC-13-73 Best-in-Class Contractor Management
RMC-13-74 Effective Work Planning: Its Impact on Successful Outage Execution
RMC-13-82 Craft Workforce Development: It’s Not Just Craft Training
RMC-13-87 Getting the Most Out of Your Contracted Workforce
RMC-13-88 Nuclear Gauges Reliability
RMC-13-89 Reliability and Efficiency Improvements Realized through an Electrification Project Within a Refinery
RMC-14-100 Evolving Strategies to Strengthen Workforce Development
RMC-14-16 Fired Heater Health Monitoring
RMC-14-39 Maintenance Planning & Scheduling: A Best Practices Overview
RMC-14-48 Inspection of Pipe Supports, Shoes, Stops, Guides, Restraints, Springs and Hangers: What is Involved and What to Look For
RMC-14-79 Dynamic Turnaround Scheduling
RMC-14-80 Paying Attention to the Leading Indicators of Turnaround Outcomes
RMC-14-84 Heat Exchanger Threat Assessment Methodology
RMC-15-104 Equipment Strategy Development
RMC-15-105 Common Traps in your Proactive Maintenance Plans
RMC-15-2 The Business Case for Reliability Benchmarking
RMC-15-210 Turnaround Execution Excellence: Ensuring All Participants Walk the Talk and Work the Plan
RMC-15-223 Optimizing Turnaround Resource Planning
RMC-15-232 Analysis, Design & Repair of Welded Ring Gaskets
RMC-15-233 Hidden Failures Result in Significant Impact
RMC-15-46 Failure Data Residual Trending with Poisson Analysis
RMC-15-47 Precision Maintenance – To Boldly Go Beyond RCM
RMC-15-71 On-stream Inspection at 650º F Using High Temperature Phased Array
RMC-15-75 The Use of the Balanced Field Electromagnetic Technique for the Inspection of Socket Welds
RMC-15-84 Improving Safety And Reliability Performance With An OPC: Let’s All Talk–Bridging The Gap Between The Management Information System and The Process Automation System
RMC-16-118 New Practical HTHA Prioritization Method for Inspection and Replacement and User Experience with this Method
RMC-16-22 Mysterious Trips on a Hydrocracker Recycle Compressor
RMC-16-25 A Structured Approach to Reliability Improvements
RMC-16-26 How to Facilitate Equipment Reliability Analysis
RMC-16-32 Wet Gas Recip. Compressor Yoke Failures… The Results of Excessive Gas Forces
RMC-16-33 Turnaround Discussion Session Presentation: Empirically Measuring and Optimizing Turnaround Scope
RMC-16-34 How to Meet Turnaround Objectives
RMC-16-35 KPI’s: Driving the Next Generation of Risk Based Inspection Effectiveness
RMC-16-36 Storage Tank Life Cycle Integrity Management
RMC-16-40 Building a Business Case for Improving your Shutdowns
RMC-16-42 Practical Joint Integrity during a TAR at a Petrochemical Complex
RMC-16-45 Naphtha Hydrotreater Effluent Piping Failure
RMC-16-52 Excellent Turnaround Performance Starts with Safety Culture
RMC-16-67 Managing Risk and Capturing Corporate Memory with Internal Best Practices
RMC-17-10 Turnaround Execution Excellence: Maximizing Contractor’s Performance & Field Productivity
RMC-17-121 One Company’s Journey to an Individual Craft Training Process
RMC-17-22 In Situ Optimization of Heat Transfer
RMC-17-24 Permasense Non-Intrusive Corrosion Monitoring Solutions
RMC-17-25 Advancing Process Safety: An Industry-Wide Approach to Improving Safety Performance
RMC-17-26 PMO Across a Small Refinery
RMC-17-3 Measuring the Effectiveness of Operator Based Care
RMC-17-37 Why Cranes Fall Down and What You Can Do About It
RMC-17-4 How BP Utilizes Innovative Process Solutions to Rapidly Deploy the Best Maintenance Strategies and Leverage Them Across Multiple Sites
RMC-17-42 Back to the Basics
RMC-17-5 Expansion Joints: Reliability, Maintenance, Failure Modes, Repair
RMC-17-56 Innovative & Reliable Automated Valves Solutions for Functional Safety Compliance to IEC:61 511/508
RMC-17-61 Digital Transformation of Asset Integrity and Reliability
RMC-17-70 Scope Assessment Matrix (SAM)
RMC-17-73 Turnaround Competitiveness: Scope-The Essential Ingredient
RMC-17-75 From Worst to First: How One Leader’s Focus On Culture Turned Around The Navy’s Worst Fighter Squadron
RMC-17-76 An Integrated Planning Strategy Approach: Implementing Best Practice for Shutdown, Turnaround & Outage
RMC-17-91 A Step Change in Turnaround Quality
RMC-17-95 Kitting and Staging
RMC-18-103 - Oil Refinery Sulfidation Corrosion
RMC-18-107 - Challenges of Implementing Maintenance Strategies for Reliable Organization
RMC-18-109 - Tightness-Based Design of Bolted Flanged Joints
RMC-18-112 - Benefits Derived Thru a Well-Defined Maintenance Work Process
RMC-18-119 - Achieving Equipment Reliability Through Plant Precursor
RMC-18-214 - Construction Career Pathways and Hard Hat Hero Initiatives
RMC-18-240 - Partnering to Zero in on Corrosion
RMC-18-307 - SmartReliability™
RMC-18-50 Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Based Solutions for Operational Excellence
RMC-18-60 - The Digital Turnaround
RMC-18-62 - Workforce Challenges: Top 10 Things For A Successful Contractor Workforce
RMC-18-649 - Lessons Learned with IOW Implementation
RMC-18-735 - Routine Maintenance Planning Scheduling
RMC-18-800 - Establishing And Maintaining An Effective Plant Leakage Reduction
RMC-18-855 - Improving Accountability On-Demand Rental Services
RMC-18-856 A Scientific Approach To Increase The Reliability of Reciprocating Compressor Pistons
RMC-19-1 Improving Maintenance Work Management Process: Operationalizing Wrench Time Studies
RMC-19-10 Increasing Human Reliability with Enhanced Reality Simulation at BASF Geismar, La
RMC-19-18 What Performance Indicators to Use When
RMC-19-22 The Role of Corrosion Control Documentation, Integrity Operating Windows and Digital Platforms in Delivering Best in Class Turnaround Outcomes
RMC-19-23 INTELLIGENT BADGING: The Portal to a Digitally Connected Workforce
RMC-19-24 Specifying, Inspecting, and Maintaining Aluminum in Petrochemical Plants
RMC-19-25 Critical Check Valve Program at Gallup Refinery
RMC-19-27 Maintenance Digitalization: A Connected Workforce Changes Everything
RMC-19-32 Current Research on Selected Elements Affecting Bolted Joint Integrity
RMC-19-5 Digital Technology for Managing Scaffolding Projects
RMC-19-53 Turnaround Management of Critical Flanges
RMC-19-56 Risk Based Work Selection – Optimizing Work Scopes to Improve Turnaround Performance
RMC-19-6 Flawless Execution Review
RMC-19-66 Maintenance Work Sampling: A Proven Methodology to Increase Maintenance Workforce Efficiency
RMC-19-67 The Benefits of Equipment Standardization
SC-09-01 Surveillance Training for Operations & Security Staff
SC-09-02 Active Shooter Training/Exercise
SC-09-03 Active Shooter Training/Exercise
SC-09-04 Washington Update
SC-09-05 CFATS-SSP
SC-09-06 Writing With Legal Sensitivity Panel
SC-09-07 Writing With Legal Sensitivity Panel
SC-09-08 Writing With Legal Sensitivity Panel
SC-09-09 Audits & Compliance Reviews
SC-09-10 Audits & Compliance Reviews
SC-09-11 Process Control System Vulnerability
SC-09-12 Process Control System Vulnerability
SC-09-13 TWIC Implementation Details
SC-09-14 TWIC Implementation Details
SC-09-15 TWIC Implementation Details
SC-09-16 Complying With State Gun Laws
SC-09-17 Complying With State Gun Laws
SC-09-18 Complying With State Gun Laws
SC-09-19 Training-Compliance in a Changing Regulatory Environment
SC-09-20 Terrorism Today-Liability & Terrorism
SC-10-02 Washington Update -- State of the Industry and NPRA
SC-10-04 CFATS: Emerging Issues and Lessons Learned
SC-10-05 CFATS Panel: Emerging Issues and Lessons Learned
SC-10-07 Increase Safety of Hazardous Chemicals
SC-10-08 IST for the Security Professional
SC-10-10 Operating in Higher Threat Environments
SC-10-11 Transportation Worker Identification Credential and Other Facility Policy Updates
SC-10-12 Security Management for Petroleum & Natural Gas Industry Systems: Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard Z246.1 - 09
SC-11-02 Chemical Sector Specific Agency (SSA) Voluntary Security Programs
SC-11-04 Security Management for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industry Systems, CSA 246.1-09
SC-11-05 USCG Updates for Petrochemical & Refining Industries: MTSA II, CFATS Harmonization & TWIC
SC-11-07 Safe Handling of Firearms on Company Sites
SC-11-08 Guns in the Workplace: Legal & Policy Issues
SC-11-09 Panel on Cyber Security Audits
SC-11-10 Federal Bureau of Investigation: Terrorism, Kidnapping, and Cyber Issues
SC-11-11 BP Deep Water Horizon: Managing Security through a Crisis
SC-11-13 Best Practices Panel
SC-12-05 Strike Security Planning
SC-12-10 API Standard 780 Security Risk Assessment Methodology for the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries
SC-12-12 Predictive Profiling & Threat Mitigation
SC-12-15 An Update on Coast Guard Security Activities
SC-13-05 Security Standard in Canada
SC-13-08 Global Trends in Energy Infrastructure Targeting: Cluster and Waves
SC-13-10 Creating an Active Shooter Response Program
SC-14-12 Work Stoppage – What Companies Should Prepare For
SC-14-13 Converged Security
SC-14-2 Board Room Security
SC-14-4 Internet Profiling
SC-14-5 United States Coast Guard Port and Facility Topics
SC-14-6 NSA, Drones, and Privacy in the Age of Google®
SC-14-7 Security Technology Insights
SC-14-8 BP’s Global Approach to Security Risk Assessments
SC-14-9 Intelligence & Analysis
SEEING EYE TO EYE: CREATING DYNAMIC UNION AND MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIPS
SHELL’S JOURNEY TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY
Start-up and Operation of the First Onpurpose Isooctane Unit at Alberta Envirofuels Inc., Edmonton, Canada
Stellar Improvements in Hydroprocessing Catalyst Activity
Steven Steach_Secrets of the DSA Winner
Strategic Sourcing of Materials and Services: Overview and Approach Utilizing Cross Functional Teams
Streamlining Management of Change to Gain Competitive Advantage
SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS OF RBI
Sulphur Surplus in the Making Impacts Refinieries
Syncrude’s Expansion Brings Improved Sweet Blend Quality
The AdVanta Edge: A Joint FCC Catalyst Development from ExxonMobil and Davison Catalysts
The Layered Approach to Hazard Recognition
THE “SMART” REFINERY: ECONOMICS AND TECHNOLOGY
TURNAROUND SAVINGS MAXIMIZED THROUGH LEVERAGED RESOURCES
U.S. Refining Capacity Report - Hard Copy
ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL WITH THE PRIME-D TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE
Vacuum Tower Design Techniques for Optimum Performance and Reliability
WEB SERVICES AND ENTERPRISE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (EPM)
Where Do We Start? A Strategic Approach to Improving Safety Performance
World Fuel Qualities and Octane Implications
WORLD-CLASS TURNAROUND MANAGEMENT LESSONS FROM BENCHMARKING AND PACESETTER COMPANIES
“ANSWERING THE BIG TURNAROUND QUESTION”