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Propylene, Advanced Catalytic Olefins Process by Kellogg Brown & Root LLC

An alternative to steam cracking to crack straight run feeds such as light and full-range naphthas to produce greater quantities of propylene and total light olefins, but with much higher propylene/ethylene (P/E) ratio of 1.0. The most predominant feed used … Continue reading

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Propylene via metathesis Process by Lummus Technology

To produce polymer-grade propylene from ethylene and butenes using Lummus’ olefins conversion technology (OCT). This technology can be used with a variety of C4 streams, including the mixed C4s produced in steam cracking, raffinate C4s from MTBE or butadiene extraction, … Continue reading

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Propylene glycol Process by Davy Process

To produce propylene glycol from glycerine, using hydrogenation and refining. Glycerine is fed to a low-pressure, vapor-phase hydrogenation section (1) where the glycerine is vaporized into a circulating hydrogen stream followed by conversion to propylene glycol over a fixed catalyst … Continue reading

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Propylene or iso-olefin Process by China Petrochemical Technology

Deep-catalytic cracking (DCC) is a catalytic conversion technology that uses heavy hydrocarbon feedstocks, such as vacuum gasoil (VGO), vacuum resid (VR) or VGO blended with deasphalted oil (DAO) to produce light olefins (ethylene, propylene and butylenes), LPG, gasoline, middle distillates, … Continue reading

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Propylene and Ethylene Process by UOP LLC

The UOP/HYDRO Methanol-to-Olefins (MTO) Process produces ethylene and propylene from methanol derived from raw materials such as natural gas, coal, petroleum coke or biomass. This process consists of a reactor section, including a catalyst regenerator and product recovery section. One … Continue reading

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Propylene Oleflex Process by UOP LLC

The Oleflex process is used to produce polymer-grade propylene from propane. The complex consists of a reactor section, continuous catalyst regeneration (CCR) section, product separation section and fractionation section. Four radial-flow reactors (1) are used to achieve optimum conversion and … Continue reading

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Propylene Process by UOP LLC

The Total Petrochemicals/UOP Olefin Cracking Process (OCP) is used to primarily produce propylene from C4 to C8 olefins supplied by steam crackers, refineries and/or methanol-to-olefins (MTO) plants. The Olefin Cracking Process was jointly developed by Total Petrochemicals (formerly ATOFINA) and … Continue reading

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Propylene Process by Lummus Technology

Technology for dehydrogenation of propane to make highpurity propylene. The CATOFIN process uses specially formulated proprietary catalyst from Süd-Chemie. Description: The CATOFIN reaction system consists of parallel fixed-bed reactors and a regeneration air system. The reactors are cycled through a … Continue reading

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Propylene Process by Kellogg Brown & Root LLC

To produce propylene and ethylene from low-value, light (C4 to C10) hydrocarbon olefins-containing streams from ethylene plants and refineries. Suitable feeds include C4/C5 streams from a steam cracker, light cat-cracker C4s and naphtha and coker gasolines. The SUPERFLEX process is … Continue reading

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Propylene FCC Process by Axens

When the process objective is maximum propylene production, specific technology features must be added to the fluid catalytic cracking (FCC)/resid FCC (RFCC) unit. The challenge is particularly great when the feedstock contains residue. Description: ZSM-5 additive is able to crack … Continue reading

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