Refinery-Petchem Integration Webinar
KBR invites you to a 45-minute webinar on Refinery-Petchem Integration: Adapting for the Future.
About the Topic
The refining industry is adapting to change as demand for fuels is expected to decline while demand for petrochemicals continues to increase. To remain viable, refiners will have to repurpose existing assets, extract greater value from intermediates, and pivot towards petrochemicals production.
KBR has a broad portfolio of integration technologies including MAXOFIN™ maximum olefins FCC, SCORE™ steam cracking, K-COT™ catalytic olefins technology, K-PRO™ propane dehydrogenation, ROSE® solvent deasphalting and solutions for pitch processing (AiMS™, AiGSSM), VCC™ slurry hydrocracking, and AED-BTX aromatics extraction. All these technologies are enablers to shift from fuels to petrochemicals production.
During this webinar, KBR will highlight:
- Why refiners should explore refinery-petrochemical integration
- KBR’s full suite of integration technologies
- Phased investment strategies & maximizing use of existing assets
- Practical solutions for different refinery configurations
Brian Heasley, Refining Technology Manager, KBR
Based in Houston, Brian is responsible for developing, marketing, and licensing efforts related to KBR’s proprietary refining technologies including: K-SAAT™, MAX-ISOM™, and ROSE®. Brian has over 12 years of experience in the Refining and Petrochemical industries, spanning process technology licensing, catalyst and adsorbent sales, technical services, project management, and process design. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University, a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Houston, and an MBA from Texas A&M University.
Fabiano Iacono, Refining Technology Manager, KBR
Based in London, Fabiano is involved in business development and Basic Design Execution, with particular focus on ROSE® Solvent Deasphalting, FCC, and MAXOFIN™ Technologies. Fabiano joined KBR in 2018. He is Chartered Chemical Engineer with 19 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and various companies including Saipem and Bechtel. His responsibilities have included leading process design teams in various phases, ranging from feasibility study to detail engineering for licensed and open art units. Fabiano holds a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Politecnico of Milan University.
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