Grace increase price fluid catalytic cracking catalysts

Grace to increase price for fluid catalytic cracking catalysts

10:35 AM, 31st October 2017
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COLUMBIA, US: WR Grace & Co (GRA) said that it will increase the price of its fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) catalysts by 3 to 9 percent, effective 1 January 2018.

Grace is experiencing increased demand for its premium FCC catalysts including its MIDAS, ACHIEVE, and propylene maximization technologies, which are helping refiners increase FCC unit profitability, maximize petrochemical and alkylate feedstocks, and process more challenging crudes.

“Our custom product technologies and technical support have improved many refineries’ financial results by more than a dollar per barrel versus the alternative. We remain focused on continued improvements in product performance and providing high levels of technical service that, together, improve our customers’ financial results,” said Tom Petti, Grace’s president, refining technologies.

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