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Technip manages all aspects of oil refining projects, from conceptual design us oil production vs imports to turnkey delivery. Our vast and successful experience within the design and construction of refining units also includes:
– 30 grassroots refinery projects with capacities as much as 400,000 bpsd since 1958,
– Extensive experience with any type of process unit in the oil refining industry with a complete of over 840 individual process units,
– Strong expertise in refining master planning including integrated petrochemical complexes,
– Proven track record in process design of open-art refinery units,
– Proprietary and alliance technologies in hydrogen and key refining processes.
Close collaboration with international licensors
Being a frontrunner in engineering and construction in refining,Technip has unlimited access to best-in-class technologies thanks to strong long-lasting relationships with all reputed licensors. Now we have a robust know-how in licensors selection activities and proven capabilities in integrating and developing multi-licensor packages, optimized design for utilities, off-sites and interconnectings.
Technip Stone & Webster process technologies in refining
Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC)/Resid Fluid Catalytic Cracking
Technip’s FCC process, developed jointly with Axens, IFP and Total, offers refiners superior operating performance, increased profitability and on-stream reliability over a variety of feedstock and product flexibility. Thus far, we have now licensed 55 grassroots units and performed more than 250 revamp projects.
The next technologies were developed and commercialized by SINOPEC Research Institute of Petroleum Processing (RIPP) in the People’s Republic of China. Technip sells the technologies outside of China for the Institute.
Deep Catalytic Cracking (DCC)
In alliance with SINOPEC, Technip provides a cheap and commercially proven option for maximizing the production of polymer-grade propylene from a catalytic cracker. A total of 18 DCC units have been licensed with a total feed rate of approximately 20 million tons per year.
Catalytic Pyrolysis Process (CPP)
CPP is a high-severity catalytic process that has the advantage of maximizing the production of both ethylene and propylene in varying proportions from heavy, low-value feedstocks. The primary commercial CPP unit achieved startup in 2009.
Maximizing Iso-Paraffins Technology (MIP)
Maximizing iso-paraffins technology is a sophisticated FCC technology that converts heavy feedstocks into high-yield clean gasoline with more iso-paraffins and less olefins, sulfur and benzene than conventional FCC gasoline. There are greater than 25 commercial MIP units in operation.
Clean Gasoline and Propylene Technology (CGP)
This process is a brand new generation FCC technology for catalytically cracking heavy feedstocks into clean gasoline and propylene. Its propylene yield is significantly higher than high-severity FCC, while its gasoline quality is dramatically improved. There are 15 commercial CGP units in operation.
Refinery Offgas Recovery
By using proprietary technology, Technipis in a position to recover valuable products from refinery offgases. Our advanced contaminant removal technology applications ensure product quality for downstream petrochemical processes, acting as a bridge between refining and petrochemicals.
Propylene Recovery Units
Based on extensive C3 splitter experience with proven vapor/liquid equilibrium and demonstrated contaminant removal knowledge, Technip us oil production vs imports designs propylene recovery units that produce on-spec polymer-grade propylene and reduce energy consumption and capital investment costs.
BenzOUT™ Gasoline Benzene Reduction Technology
BenzOUT™ is a reformate alkylation process that converts benzene into high octane alkylaromatic blending components by reacting benzene-rich streams with light olefins similar to refinery grade propylene. Developed by ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company and licensed through Badger Licensing LLC, this patented technology avoids the octane loss and hydrogen consumption related to alternative options of benzene saturation.