NPRA Q&A-2 CATALYTIC CRACKING RECEIVES HEAVY ATTENTION AT Q&A MEETING

Refiners discussed fluid catalytic cracking (FCC)-the workhorse of the modern refinery-in great detail at the most recent National Petroleum Refiners Association's annual question and answer session on refining and petrochemical technology. Among the topics covered were the newest FCC refractory linings and particulate-control methods. The panel of experts (see box) also answered questions on the role of FCC in reducing gasoline benzene to meet reformulated gasoline specifications.

Apr 19th, 1993
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