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OPPORTUNITY CRUDES CONFERENCE
Publication date:November 2010
Papers presented by various companies at the Opportunity Crudes conference held in Houston, TX in 2010.
List of papers presented:
Video of the conference will be available for purchase in Dec. 2010.
Morning session: Climate Change Bill and Opportunity Crudes Supply
- Challenges and Opportunities for Reducing GHG Emissions from Canadian Oil Sands Derived Crudes
Dr. Eddy Isaacs, CEO-Alberta Innovates
- Crudes, Non-crudes, Demand & Climate Regulation: the Changing World before
Martin Tallett, President-Ensys Energy
- Impact of Climate Change Legislation on Heavy Crude Values.
Vice President-Purvin & Gertz
- Charting the Road Ahead for Canadian Oil Sands Crude.
Dr. Praveen Gunaseelan,
President & Founder-Vantage Point Energy Consulting
- Advanced Business Integration, Real-Time Situational Awareness-The Key to Managing the Carbon Footprint from Opportunity Crudes
Craig Harclerode, Business Development Executive-OSIsoft
- Advances in conversion chemistry—Towards Cleaner Manufactured Crudes
and Fuels Products from Canadian Bitumen
Dr. Parviz Rahimi, Senior Research Chemist-CanmetENERGY
Afternoon session: Crude Quality, Distribution, and Management
- Using Innovative Technology to Optimize Profitability when Processing Opportunity Crudes.
Kerlin Lobo, Technical Service Engineer for Petroleum Refineries-Baker Petrolite
- Knowing the Acid Crude Nature.
Dr. Haydee Quiroga Becerra, Research and Development and Carlos Mejia Miranda, Consulting Engineer-Ecopetrol
- Opportunity Crudes: Hidden Challenges that Could Cost Millions.
Pat Swafford, Solutions Consultant-Spiral Software
- Optimize Crude Blending and Scheduling to Maximize the Benefits of Processing Opportunity Crudes.
Louella Bensabat, Principal Business Consultant-Honeywell Process Solutions
- The Importance of Separation Modeling in the Evaluation of Opportunity Crudes.
John Slaby Senior Consultant and Dean Trierwiler, Director of Business Development- Haverly Systems, Inc.
- Heavy Oil Pipeline Drag Reduction Technology.
Tim Burden, Senior Engineer and Laura Thomas, Technical Service Engineer-ConocoPhillips
October 26, 2010 (Tuesday)
Morning session: Innovation in Downstream Processing I
- New Catalytic Approach to Processing Feedstocks Derived from Opportunity Crudes in Ebullated Bed Hydrocrackers
Dr. David Sherwood, Senior Principal Scientist-Criterion Catalysts and Technology; and David Mountainland, Operations Manager-Headwaters Technology Innovation
- Optimal Refinery Processing of Opportunity Crudes While Maintaining Process
Ralph Goodrich, Principal Consultant-KBC Advanced Technologies
- New Resid Conversion FCC Catalyst Technologies Enable Flexibility for
Heavier Feed Processing
Joseph McLean, Global Marketing Manager-BASF
- Residue Upgrading Options
Steve Sock, Director of Technology-Foster Wheeler
- Using Chemical Antifoulant and Heat Exchange Modeling Software to Minimize Fouling Costs for a Blend of Canadian Crudes
Dr. Collin Cross, Product Applications Manager-GE Water and Process Technologies
- Issues with Opportunity Crudes in Refinery Distillation Units and
Dr. Russell Kane-iCorrosion
- Crude Contaminate Impacts and Management
Sam Lordo, Industry Development Manager-Nalco Energy Services
Afternoon session: Innovations in Downstream Processing II and Carbon Management
- SO2 and CO2 Emission Control with CANSOLV SO2 and CO2
Rick Birnbaum, Licensing Manager-Cansolv Technologies
- The Relevance of Slurry Phase Residue Hydrocracking to Today's Market
Anand Subramanian, Vice President, Technology Business Unit - KBR
- HTL Upgrader Produces Low Resid SCO — Compatible with FCC Refineries
Edward Koshka, Vice President, Engineering, Marketing & Infrastructure-Ivanhoe Energy
- SNOXTM Process for Cleaning of Flue Gas from Combustion of High Sulfur
Niels Udengaard, Syngas Technology Manager - Haldor Topsoe Inc
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Keywords: oil sand, high-TAN, bottom-of-the-barrel (BOB) oil, opportunity crude oil, petroleum refining processing challenges, petroleum refining or downstream conference