A chemical company interested in commercializing its technology in the oil industry is seeking highly experienced consultant to assist in identifying opportunities and connecting company to the right partners. The company has down well application technology that is designed to stimulate oil flow that it is looking to commercialize.
**consultant should have the following experience**:
• must have worked for an oil services firm selling those chemicals in the us. Strong preference for a houston based consultant.
• must have technical knowledge of chemical used in oil production.
• must have experience selling those chemicals to operators.
• must have experience bringing new technology to market.
• must have great connections and the ability to convince operators to set up field trials.
• must have great connections with oil service companies.
• must be knowledgeable about different rock formations including sand control and tight rock formation.
• must be able to present to senior management as well as work with oil field operators.
• must have ability to keep confidential information confidential.
• must have good references.
• must have worked in the oil industry for over 20 years.
• masters in petro chemical engineering or similar degree from respected institution.
**project duration & compensation**:
initially expect low time requirements but could increase with each project started. Compensation to be determined.
Note: consultants outside the us, please do not reply to this inquiry.
If you meet all of the above must haves, please respond with a brief description of your background, your location and availability to set up a initial call.
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We are looking for a petrochemical expert, specifically in aromatics products, naphtha and olefin products, and their macroeconomics interaction.+9 Other Responses
Multi Bed Reactor For Oil And Gas
We are looking for an expert for the manufacturing costs of a multi bed reactor and media change-out costs in a petrochemical/oil and gas refinery. We are interested in understanding the below factors related to cost to build a bottoms-up cost model. If not exact, approximate ranges will work for a general case scenario of using a multi bed reactor. We need-
1. Labor cost
2. Material cost
3. Equipment cost
5. Cost of packing (type, number of beds, frequency of changing packing, labor involved in changing packing, equipments involved etc)
6. Type of catalyst majorly used
please share your contact number and email id for the pre-consult discussion.+2 Other Responses
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the catalysis center for energy innovation (ccei), a u.S. Department of energy-energy frontier research center led by the university of delaware, has announced a two-year program with exxonmobil to research renewable chemicals from biomass. The research will focus on converting lignocellulosic (non-food) biomass such as trees and grasses to polymers that are identical to existing petrochemical products. Research strategies to replace fossil fuel feedstocks for polymers have initially focused on new chemicals derived from biomass that have the same function but new structure. However, functional-replacement chemicals for new polymers frequently have physical properties that can make processing challenging and can be expensive to develop into new products.The cceis research focuses on using high throughput and low cost thermochemical (non-biological) catalysts to yield direct-replacement chemicals. You can mix our renewable chemicals with the petroleum-based material and the consumer will not be able to tell the difference, says paul dauenhauer, professor, of the ccei and the university of massachusetts amherst. Bio-derived direct-replacement chemicals can be directly blended at any ratio with existing petrochemical products.
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