First presented at the IDW 2021
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Business Development Director, Axens
Delphine has 20 years of experience in the refining and petrochemical industry including process design, technical services and technology licensing, mainly focusing on Light Ends & Clean Fuels technologies for the North American market. In 2014, she joined the Paris’ office as Sales Development Manager in the Process Licensing Business Unit after spending one year in the Technology Group for Middle Distillates & Conversion. In 2018, she started the position of Project Director for the integration of newly acquired companies by Axens. She was recently appointed Business Development Director for the Revamps Integrated Solutions (RISE) Business for Axens globally.
Delphine holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Université Technologique de Compiègne (UTC) in France (1996) and a Master of Science degree in Refining, Engineering and Gas from The IFP School (1998).
Units Revamps & Retrofits
In a competitive environment, your operations need to be highly flexible to adapt to market fluctuations, in particular to boost Petrochemical production. In addition, the tight margins require careful and efficient molecule management throughout your entire process schemes.
There are multiple solutions to rebalance products slates, including among various units, and ensure efficient molecule management that can be easily implemented through revamps or retrofits.
From Refining to Chemicals, a Switch of the Yield in 4 Stages
The Crude-to-Chemicals (CTC) concept involves merging refining and petrochemical operations, with the primary objective of maximizing chemicals production. It consists in the ultimate degree of integration between a refinery and a petrochemical plant to form a unique complex dedicated to push forward the conversion into valuable petrochemical intermediates (olefins & aromatics).