The Sulphur Recovery Unit (SRU) in a refinery is getting more and more attention in recent years since the regulatory emission demands and energy efficiency/CO2 footprint have become more important. This interactive workshop, which will give access to some of the Comprimo Subject Matter Experts, will guide you through the main points of consideration when operation an SRU including the Tail gas treating units. Practical aspects to consider when taking a SRU out of operation or restarting the SRU will be discussed. In the second part of the workshop we will also focus on the new features that are available to control the SRU. Digital solutions and how it can support your SRU will be shown and discussed as well as the options to look into a simulation model for your SRU to be able to train your operators through console operations.
The workshop is designed to help you:
Gain a more in-depth understanding of an SRU and its operation
Understanding of the start-up and shutdown consideration and attention points in the SRU
Learn about the digital support that can help you to optimize the operation of the SRU (recovery, emission, energy efficiency etc)
Simulation tools that can be tailored to support the SRU operation
Who should attend
The workshop is intended for technical managers, engineers and plant operators or team leads engaged in operation and control of SRUs
General operation of the SRU – points to consider when operating an SRU/TGTU
Special consideration when shutting down or restarting the SRU
Digital support possibilities when operating the SRU
SRU simulation possibilities – practical demonstration
Note on Comprimo
WorleyParsons and Jacobs Engineering’s Energy, Chemicals and Resources division are now one company, operating as Worley. Advisian is the global advisory & technology business line of Worley. All of Jacobs Comprimo Sulfur Solutions and WorleyParsons Sulphur technology are part of Advisian and operate under the brand name Comprimo.