Catalytic reforming in the oil & gas industry

Cracking of heavy naphtha molecules

Catalytic reforming is a process that converts the heavy naphtha stream into liquid ‘Reformate’, which is a blending component for high-octane gasoline. As a by-product of this process, hydrogen gas is produced, which is a useful feedstock for other refinery processes, such as Hydrocracking.

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  • Continuous measurement to adjust level in the degasser

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  • Ensure optimized burner control
  • Fluctuating operating conditions

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  • Process control

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  • Process control
  • Low density gas

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  • Process control
  • Prevent overfill

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  • Maintain mass balance
  • Process control

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  • Visualisation and monitoring of critical processes
  • Control of reporting, trends and alarm handling
  • Statistical evaluation of measurement data

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