shell-logo
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

A step change in feed nozzle design

Advances in feed nozzle design lead to a low-cost FCC unit margin improvement opportunity

Are you seeking low-cost opportunities to enable your fluidised catalytic cracking (FCC) unit to improve margins through feed flexibility, higher conversion or more throughput?

Recent Shell Catalysts & Technologies’ research and development efforts in FCC feed nozzle technology have resulted in design changes that have created a step change in FCC feed nozzle performance through better and more complete atomisation of the liquid feed. The result is greater flexibility to go after higher conversion, more throughput, the introduction of opportunity feeds or a combination of these benefits.

Daniel Shiosaki

Moderator
Market Specialist - Refining

Todd Foshee

Speaker
Licensing Technology Manager - FCC

Daniel Shiosaki

Moderator
Market Specialist - Refining

Todd Foshee

Speaker
Licensing Technology Manager - FCC

This webinar presents a range of benefits from Shell’s latest feed nozzle design that have been demonstrated at several different sites. The benefits include:

  • less coke from the feed, resulting in an increase in regenerator capacity;
  • an increase in gasoline plus LPG yield;
  • a reduction in dry gas; 
  • the ability to process heavier feeds; and
  • the flexibility to increase feed rate.

Access the on-demand webinar to find out how new Shell feed nozzle designs offer low-cost opportunities to improve FCC unit margins. 

ACCESS THE ON-DEMAND WEBINAR