Ethylene Training Courses
The courses are practical and down-to-earth. We provide comprehensive coverage of ethylene and related technologies with special emphasis on process operation, control and problem solving. The courses provide an excellent opportunity to develop a working knowledge that can promote efficient, reliable and trouble free operation.
Through these courses, you will learn about:
We focus on Olefin based petrochemical facilities based on our strength and expertise in this area.
These courses are conducted by Sanjeev Kapur. Sanjeev is a recognized industry expert in ethylene and related technologies. His expertise cover a vast background and hands-on experience in technology know-how, design, engineering, operation, troubleshooting and technical risk evaluation/mitigation.
We can tailor course to your needs. Typical courses include:
Eastman, Huntsman, Indorama, Ineos, Lyondellbasell, Sasol, Sibur, Slovnaft AS, Westlake
Athlon, Duraloy, Hyundai Engineering Company
ETHYLENE MANUFACTURING COURSE
February 20-22, 2018
Hilton Garden Inn
Sugar Land, Texas, USA
Update January 29, 2018: The course registration is now closed as the current course is full. We will be planning for another course soon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep you infomred about upcoming courses.
Course content covered over 3 days provides comprehensive coverage of ethylene technology with special emphasis on process operation, control, and troubleshooting. The course provides an excellent opportunity to develop a working knowledge that can promote efficient, reliable and trouble-free operation as well as a complete understanding of the process.
Easy to follow for those new to the industry and serves as comprehensive refresher and update for experienced professionals involved in the ethylene manufacturing and businesses. The course is practical and down-to-earth and applicable to a wide range of job functions.
Receive expert content through a complete set of course material that will serve as a text during the course and as a reference for your future use.
Overview – History, Supply/Demand, Value Chain, Production Routes
Performance & Economics – Key performance data, cost of production
Technology – Cracking Furnaces, Processing Sequence, C4s and Pygas
Key Equipment – Design requirements & Performance
Operation & Process Control – Operating parameters and interdependencies, process control and handles for optimizing operation for improved performance and economics
Process Safety – key aspects
Asset improvement & troubleshooting
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Who should attend
After the courses you will be able to