BASF, Shell collaborate FCC catalysts

BASF, Shell collaborate for FCC catalysts

4:54 AM, 7th March 2013
BASF, Shell collaborate for FCC catalysts

ISELIN, US: BASF and Shell have entered into a three-year agreement that will position BASF as a supplier of fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) catalysts to Shell’s global refining network. This enhanced relationship agreement also includes collaborative activities designed to accelerate the introduction of new FCC catalyst technologies.

BASF will ensure that Shell has the most advantageous FCC catalysts in its operations at all times. Additionally, BASF will leverage its worldwide network of FCC expertise to provide state-of-the-art technical service, continually optimizing Shell’s unit operations.

“BASF is excited with the opportunity to deepen our relationship and increase our development synergies with Shell through this three-year strategic agreement. The agreement further strengthens BASF’s innovation potential by providing state-of-the-art FCC products and technical service,” said Herbert Exner, Vice President, Refining Catalysts, BASF.

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