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Refinery Catalysts: Extracting Growth from Heavier Feeds and Emerging Markets

4:38 PM MDT | May 21, 2012 | —Rebecca Coons

Custom Cats: Catalysts are often tailored to a customer’s specific needs. Transportation fuel demand in high-growth regions such as China is changing the face of the global refining markets, and refinery catalyst suppliers say their ability to capture growth will be driven by product performance. Despite refinery closures, opportunities exist in North America, where technology advances can help refineries grapple with low-quality feedstocks and maximize output of higher-value products. Refinery catalyst makers expect slow, GDP-like growth over the next...

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