The Criterion University helps to build lasting beneficial relationships with our customers. We hold training courses at centres around the world for refinery engineers and technologists on subjects such as hydrotreating, fluidised catalytic cracking (FCC ) feed pretreatment, ULSD production, hydrocracking and residue upgrading. Catalysis is naturally at the heart of the teaching, though process technology input is frequently provided by experts from Shell Global Solutions. In addition to the standard courses, the Criterion University provides tailored programmes to suit individual customer’s training requirements.
Date: April 16-20, 2018
Location: Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel
Kattengat 1, 1012 SZ Amsterdam
Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel
This course will provide attendees with knowledge of the technology, operations and economics of the hydrocracking process. The course is designed for anyone dealing with short and long-term decisions on operational, technological or catalyst management aspects of hydrocracking. Included are practical working sessions that cover multiple aspects of the hydrocracking process from troubleshooting, modeling, and operability to catalyst management.
The workshop will cover topics that include:
- Chemistry, Kinetics & Thermodynamics
- Catalyst Basics and Technology including Recent Developments
- Feedstocks and Products
- Catalyst Poisoning / Fouling
- Process Operational Parameters
- Performance Monitoring
- Process Troubleshooting, Case Studies & Optimisation
- Process Safeguarding
- Configurations & Equipment
- Reactor Internals
- Catalyst Handling
- Catalyst Activation
- Operational and Emergency Procedures
- Process Modeling & Exercises
- Gas Treating / Amine Systems
- Advanced Process Control
- Case studies
Who should attend?
- Process unit engineers
- Project engineers
- Project Managers
- Operations engineers
- Operations managers
- Hydrocracking process consultants
- Technical directors or managers
- Catalyst management coordinators
|Gert Meijburg||Technical Content||Regional Manager, Global Hydrocracking EMEAR||+31 20 630 email@example.com|
|Alexandra Steeb||Registration||Sr Hydrocracker Technical Services Engineer||+49 40 7565 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Date: August 19 – 24, 2018
The Westin San Diego
400 West Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101
The seminars have been developed for engineering and operations personnel who have entered the hydrocracking or hydroprocessing field and are looking for a deeper practical and theoretical knowledge base and desire a detailed review on the technologies employed at their facilities.
You will be able to choose which of the seminars best fits your needs and register to attend that specific seminar. The seminars being offered are:
Hydroprocessing with FCC Pre-Treat Deep-Dive
Providing a strong foundation in multiple hydroprocessing applications focusing on a deep-dive within FCC Pretreat technology Seminar Description
Hydroprocessing with Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Deep Dive
Providing a strong foundation in multiple hydroprocessing applications focusing on a deep-dive within Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel (ULSD) technology Seminar Description
Hydrocracking Hydroprocessing Deep Dive
Providing a strong foundation in hydrocracking and pre-treat hydroprocessing technology Seminar Description
|Paul Ceccato ||Technical Content||Hydroprocessing Market Manager||+1 832 337 email@example.com|
|Teresa Brod||Registration||Marketing Implementation Americas||+1 832 337 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Date: September 23 – 27, 2018
Location: Coast Coal Harbour Hotel
1180 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 4R5
Who should attend?
This workshop will provide process engineers, operators, project engineers and refining staff with a cutting-edge understanding of the Ebullated Bed Residue Upgrading Technology. We have designed this workshop to provide an expert overview of the key operational aspects of residue upgrading.
The workshop will not only cover the catalyst and process fundamentals, but also subjects such as Ebullated Bed unit reliability, unit fouling, product stability and unit optimization.
|Basics of Residue Upgrading||Ebullated Bed Catalysts and Unit Optimization||Fouling and Product Stability||Unit Reliability|
Catalyst Development, Upscaling & Manufacturing
Fouling Mitigation Around Ebullated Bed Units
Residue Hydro-Conversion Processes & Chemistry
Unit Performance Monitoring & Optimization
Process Options Available to Operators of Residue Hydrocrackers for Controlling the Stability of Unconverted Bottoms
Laboratory Scale Testing
Sediment Control Catalysts
Work directly with the expert
Industry experts will present each subject area, and each session will be concluded with a question and answer period allowing ample time for in-depth discussions and exchange of experiences.
|Richard Street||Technical Contact||Global Business Manager, Resid||+1 (713) 882 email@example.com|
|Teresa L. Brod||Registration||Marketing Implementation Americas||+1 832 337 firstname.lastname@example.org|
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Criterion is an international company that supplies catalysts, process technologies and catalyst services for a wide range of refining applications.
Criterion supplies catalysts for the critical processes that use hydrogen to upgrade and add value to refinery streams and final products.
The success of our technology programmes is best illustrated by the fact that new products introduced over the past five years account for most of our catalyst sales.