complexes today. Each facility will have different approaches to meeting goals, objectives, and timelines while staying within budgetary constraints. Changes will require opera- tional, tactical, and strategic decisions that can range from no or low cost to significant capital investments. The Honeywell UOP Six Efficiencies framework can drive these changes. It emphasizes doing more with less while delivering bankable and ESG-focused project solutions. Challenges facing refineries are expected to increase, requiring continued innovation in equipment, catalyst, pro- cess design, control systems, and data collection to decar- bonise existing assets. An effective way to collect these ideas is through a col- laborative Concept Development Workshop that leads into an Emissions Reduction Roadmap. This roadmap provides the refiner with an understanding of how each solution can impact emissions reduction, along with its cost or return on investment. These roadmaps can be instrumental in identi- fying what projects to take on now, like RecoveryMax, and which ones to tackle later. Reference 1 How to use the E6 Model to drive efficiency improvements and opti - mized economics, Keith Couch, Matthew Griffiths and Joseph Ritchie. J Mark Houdek is Director, Sustainability for the Refinery of the Fu - ture, focused on bringing sustainable solutions to Honeywell UOP’s customers in the refining, petrochemical and gas processing spaces. During his 35 years with Honeywell UOP, he has held a number of roles and been granted three US patents. He holds a BS in chemical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from Northwestern University. Email: email@example.com Pankaj Kumar Singh is Senior Offering Manager for Honeywell UOP’s naphtha reforming technology, responsible for technology and equip- ment offerings within the existing portfolio, and for developing and launching the next generation products. He has 18 years of experience in the refining and petrochemical industry and holds four granted US patents. He graduated as a chemical engineer and earned an MBA in finance. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Srinivasan Ramanujam is Principal Chemical Engineer at Honeywell UOP with more than 18 years of experience in the refining and petro - chemical industry. He specialises in operation of the steam methane reforming process, design of the pressure swing adsorption process for hydrogen purification, design of naphtha and aromatics technolo - gies, mainly hydrotreating, and catalyst reforming (UOP’s proprietary Platforming technology) process. Email: Srinivasan.ramanujam@Honeywell.com Ian Clarke is Senior Business Leader for Naphtha Technologies in the UOP Process and Technology Hydroprocessing Business. He is re- sponsible for leading the development and implementation of strate- gies to maintain a leading position in naphtha technologies, including isomerisation, reforming and liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC). He holds a MEng in chemical engineering from UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology) and is a Chartered
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