Webinar Replay - Nov 2021
Both societal demand and environmental concerns for sustainable energy are creating a market push for renewable solutions such as low carbon fuels. At the same time, the expected decrease in fossils fuel demands gives capacity available in existing assets. Several options can be envisaged, depending on the feedstock or the existing assets.
Please fill in the form to watch the replay of this video and explore the different routes proposed for co-processing, illustrated with case studies in hydroprocessing units, FCC units and ebullated bed units.
Technology Team Manager, Hydrotreatment & Hydrocracking, Axens
Marielle Gagnière is a Technology Team Manager for the Hydrotreatment & Hydrocracking in Clean Fuels and Conversion Business Line.
She joined Axens in 2005 as a Process Engineer in the field of aromatics complex and light olefins upgrading processes downstream FCC. She then was Technologist for Hydroprocessing & Olefins technologies downstream FCC and for fixed bed technologies in Middle Distillates & Conversion during 9 years before attaining her current position in 2017.
Marielle Gagnière is an engineering graduate from the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie” de Paris, and holds a post-graduate engineering degree from the “IFP School”.
Renewable Fuels & bio-based Chemicals
Energy transition requires many different solutions to address an ever-increasing demand while lowering GHG emissions and other environmental impacts due to energy production and use.
Renewable Diesel and Jet
Axens is actively contributing to meet this future demand for Renewables & Alternatives products by providing technologies for producing high-quality middle distillates (jet fuel and diesel) and gasoline.