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Petrochemical Industry

1- Petchem Supply Chain Management - István Tehenics
1.1. Organization
1.1.1. Two sites, different functionality
1.1.2. Planning group
1.1.3. Scheduling
1.1.4. Supply team
1.1.5. Tax and custom service
1.1.6. Integration
1.1.7. Jobs
1.1.8. Trainings
1.1.9. Challenges
1.2. Process
1.2.1. Forecast, input data collection
1.2.2. Planning, optimization, version selection
1.2.3. Scheduling, supply & distribution
1.2.4. Day-to-day operation, balances
1.2.5. Rearrangement
1.2.6. Performance monitoring, look back
1.2.7. Learning, what to do
1.2.8. Time horizon
1.2.9. Strategic (long-term) plan
1.2.10. Business (mid-term) plan
1.2.11. Rolling (short-term) plan
1.2.12. Monthly (operational) plan
1.3. Scope
1.3.1. Petrochemicals value chain
1.3.2. Feedstock evaluation (DS, GSCM)
1.3.3. Sale/buy options
1.3.4. Processing units availability, utilization
1.3.5. Product portfolio
1.3.6. Events and opportunities
1.3.7. Learning and communication
1.3.8. Training
1.4. Cooperation with partners
1.4.1. Out of MOL Group
1.4.2. Monomer suppliers
1.4.3. Monomer buyers
1.4.4. Olefin products
1.4.5. Long-term collaboration
1.4.6. Authorities (custom offices)
1.4.7. Dealers, transportation companies
1.4.8. Out of Petchem
1.4.9. Refinery sites
1.4.10. Logistics
1.4.11. Internally
1.4.12. Sales&Marketing
1.4.13. Production, Maintenance, Asset management
1.4.14. Logistics
1.4.15. Labs
1.4.16. Technology Development
1.4.17. Project Management
1.4.18. Strategic Team
1.4.19. Controlling
1.5. Tools
1.5.1. Simulation
1.5.2. Local PIMS models
1.5.3. Scheduling in excel
1.6. Review of scheduling problems
1.6.1. Feedstock inventories
1.6.2. Supply routes
1.6.3. Tank farm
1.6.4. Supply & distribution channels
1.6.5. Managing emergency cases
1.7. Control of results and practical application in a refinery
1.7.1. Measure forecast accuracy
1.7.2. Impact on the decision, and operation
1.7.3. Plan vs schedule vs actual figures
1.7.4. Feedstock structure
1.7.5. Improvements, yields, capacities
1.7.6. Corrective actions
1.7.7. Lost opportunities
1.7.8. Learning points
1.7.9. Training
2. Petchem economics, business drivers
2.1. Polymer and olefin markets
2.1.1. Ethylene World ethylene demand Distribution among user technologies Growth outlook Main market points (WE, ME, NA, Asia) LDPE – product types, users LLDPE – product types, users HDPE – product types, users Market players
2.1.2. Propylene Chemical Grade (CG), Polymer Grade (PG) World Propylene demand Source of propylene Distribution among user technologies Growth outlook Main market points (WE, ME, NA, Asia) PP Homo – product types, users Impact Copolymer – product types, users Random Copolymers – product types, users Market players
2.2. Quotations
2.2.1. Polyolefins
2.2.2. According to market points
2.2.3. According to products (groups)
2.2.4. ICIS LOR
2.2.5. Trading rules
2.2.6. Stocking techniques
2.2.7. Olefins
2.2.8. Ethylene, Quarterly Contract, Bi-monthly Contract, Spot
2.2.9. Propylene
2.2.10. Co-products
2.2.11. C4s
2.2.12. Benzene
2.2.13. Feedstocks
2.2.14. Naphtha
2.2.15. Propane
2.2.16. Gas oil
2.3. Cracker margin
2.3.1. Ethylene Production by feedstock
2.3.2. Theoretical margin, margin elements, variable cost, cash cost
2.3.3. Standard yields, flexibility
2.4. Polymer margin
2.4.1. Definition
2.4.2. Calculation
2.4.3. Role in optimization
3. Petchem Technology and Project Development-János Bóta
3.1. Stream Crackers (SC) at Petchem Division
3.1.1. Stream Crackers' processes, flow diagrams
3.1.2. Hot section, structure of pyrolisis furnaces, energy utilization
3.1.3. Composition of feedstock, advantage and disadvantage
3.1.4. Cold section, structure, process sections
3.1.5. Yield of Stream crackers, influencing factors
3.1.6. Function of Spyro model for the capacity calculation of SCs
3.2. Polymer units at Petchem Division
3.2.1. Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) units presentation of tubular and autoclave process products types, properties and application areas tubular versus autoclave processes competitiveness of LDPE versus LLDPE process
3.2.2. High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) units presentation of the processes applied at Petchem Div. of MOL polymerization sections, granulation sections unimodal versus bimodal process, advantages, disadvantages Products types, properties and application areas
3.2.3. Polypropylene (PP) units presentation of the processes applied at Petchem Div. of MOL polymerization sections, granulation sections comparing of Spheripol to Unipol (Dow) process Products types (homopolymer, random- and hetephasic copolymers), properties and application areas
3.2.4. Monomer (ethylene and propylene) balance at Petchem Div. of MOL
3.2.5. Function of the PIMS model for the optimization product portfolio
3.2.6. Function of additives for polymer products' quality

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