FCC CATALYST TECHNOLOGIES EXPAND LIMITS OF PROCESS CAPABILITY

Susan Leiby SRI International Menlo Park, Calif. Over the past 30 or so years, many improvements in fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) operation have been achieved as the result of innovations in catalyst formulation. During the 1990s, new environmental regulations on issues such as reformulated gasoline will place new demands on both the refining industry and catalyst suppliers. An overview of cracking catalyst technology therefore seems in order.

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