Anne K. Rhodes Refining/petrochemical editor The Journal's latest survey of worldwide refining catalysts reveals that there are more than 1,040 unique catalyst designations in commercial use in 19 processing categories-an increase of some 140 since the compilation of refining catalysts was last published (OGJ, Oct. 2, 1989 p. 49). As a matter of interest, some 700 catalysts were determined during the first survey (OGJ, Oct. 8, 1984, p. 55). The processing categories surveyed are: Catalytic naphtha reforming, Dimerization, Isomerization (C4), Isomerization (C5 and C6), Isomerization (xylenes), Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC)...

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