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Karl Fischer titration is an analytical technique widely used by chemists throughout the petroleum related sector.  Many chemists will agree that accurate results are most important followed by delivering results quickly, consistently and safely.  Smooth transitions between testing runs is also highly desirable. There are a number different KF methods available to cover the spectrum of samples within the hydrocarbon markets.  This webinar will give insights into which methods are best e...

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Past Events

Analytical Techniques, Methods & Laboratory Sustainability in Petroleum and Petrochemical Laboratories The demands on the analyst from the petrochemical industry continue to focus on the quest for detailed characterisation of feedstocks, intermediates and final products across the value chain in order to reduce costs and maximise productivity and ultimately profitability. In recent years there a has been a number of developments in mass spectrometry and separation science instrumentation a...

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Solving Problems with Hyphenation The petroleum and petrochemical industry is highly regulated and the vast majority on analysis is carried out using industry standard methods such as those published by ASTM, DIN or the Energy Institute. These methods are also used to check for product quality excursions when field issues are encountered but in many cases more sophisticated techniques are required. This presentation will describe approaches to problem solving field issues using flexible hy...

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Chemical fingerprinting of crude oils: Gaining an extra dimension from GCxGC -TOF MS The enhanced separation offered by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography with time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GCxGC-TOF MS) has made the technique a popular choice for petrochemical analyses. Intelligent GC Solutions based on Capillary Flow Technology The complexity of petrochemical fractions have challenged analytical scientists to this present day. In hydrocarbon processing, dedicated...

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A novel fast response, low level gas analyzer system for detection of of SO2 and CO2, based on combined NDIR- and NDUV-technology Fast response gas detection is required for particular applications in the field of elemental analyzer (Sulfur and Carbon). In this application solid samples (e.g. steel, ores, finished metals and other inorganic materials) where typically combust by means of a RF-furnace. During the combustion the gas concentration (SO2 and CO2) is measured in the exhaust with...

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Water use and Trends in Emissions to Water from the EU Refining Sector - Mike Spence Europe's environment is probably better today than at any time since 1900, thanks to the enhanced environmental control measures taken by industry, both voluntarily and in response to the legislation developed in the EU. This is substantiated by the European Environment Agency in their 2015 report on the state of the European Environment, which states that, 'Looking back on the last 40 years, implementatio...

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The petrochemical industry in Europe : industrial emissions and the BREF process - Prof Philip de Smedt The petrochemical industry in Europe directly employs more than 300.000 people in Europe. Indirectly it generates three or four times dis number of jobs in user industries across Europe and petrochemical producer contribute 155 billion € to the overall European GDP.  The development of standard methods for the measurement of fugitive emissions in the petrochemical industry.- Mr Rod...

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New Environmental Guidelines for Facilities Storing Bulk Quantities of Petroleum, Petroleum Products and Other Fuels - Ms Katy Baker The need for good environmental performance has always been a requirement within the oil industry. Moreover, actions to minimise the release of hydrocarbons to the environment can also lead to improvements in safety performance, healthier working conditions for employees and more cost-effective operations. The operation of high hazard industries associated wi...

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The Application of Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) for Pollutant Emissions Monitoring - Mr Fabrizio Innocenti This talk will describe the Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) Technique and explain how it can be used to measure and quantify fugitive emissions of hydrocarbons from refineries and the petrochemical industry. The identification and quantification of fugitive emissions from industrial sites is becoming increasingly important from a regulatory and environmental standpoint an...

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Digital Edition

Petro Industry News July 2021

July 2021

In This Edition Fuel For Thought - What presentations will be given at the PEFTEC conference? - European oil majors near pre-pandemic income levels despite weakened revenues - Afriso opens...

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Events

DXC 2021

Aug 02 2021 Virtual event

OTC 2021

Aug 16 2021 Houston, Tx, USA & Online

Miconex

Aug 18 2021 Beijing, China

ACS National Meeting & Expo, Fall 2021

Aug 22 2021 Atlanta, GA, USA & Virtual

Air Pollution 2021

Aug 31 2021 Online event

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