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Refining Technology Training Courses & Consultancy
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Welcome to Eurotek Refining Services Training. Our objective is not just to transfer information to our customers, but to transfer knowledge. At the heart of our training courses is the knowledge and experience of our speakers. We believe that the teacher is even more important than the lesson content. We have therefore built a team of lecturers who have not just gained experience over the years but have demonstrated knowledge and wisdom during their careers.
Our trainers are industry seasoned experienced professionals, who are acknowledged experts within their fields. Teaching is therefore from a basis of experience, not from theory. Anecdote is as important as theory and interaction with the speaker is encouraged whether in an onsite course or an online course. This real-world experience sets ERS apart in the world of training and enables our classes to be much more versatile than other companies.
To be held online – TBA
Refining of crude oil and the recovery of saleable products from the many processes in oil and chemical sites rely heavily on distillation units. Such is the scale of the refining and chemical distillation processes, even relatively small incremental improvements in efficiency and reliability, for a single unit, can generate benefits of many millions $/yr. This course will provide participants with a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of distillation. Practical methodologies for unit optimisation and design will be discussed and illustrated via case studies. These optimisation principles and practices will be transferable to the participants sites and locations, and indirectly should be highly beneficial to the bottom line of their operations.
To be held online – TBA.
This course covers the core elements of FCC technology. A solid foundation is laid by covering the detail of Heat and Carbon Balance. Key variables that affect product yields and selectivity are described and their impact on the optimisation of the unit operation is discussed. Techniques used for control of the FCC fluid solids unit are presented and specific operating strategies for Residue destruction and Chemicals feedstock production are covered. Finally, a framework is presented for troubleshooting operating problems and, throughout this discussion; participants are encouraged to describe their specific challenges.