petrochemist

petrochemist

(ˌpɛtrəʊˈkɛmɪst)
n
(Chemistry) someone who studies petrochemistry or works in the petrochemical industry
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Petrochemist Dean Cogings has started up a "Wagner to Win" page on Facebook, which he reckons is helping the singer stay in the show.
The American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) standard method is named Karl Fischer (KF) titration after the German petrochemist who developed it.
The industry is just beginning to scratch the surface of lignin's potential: it could become the main renewable aromatic resource for the chemical industry in the future and, at the same time, it represents a unique chance for petrochemists to secure a future alternative source of raw material.
In...refining, the goal is to optimize the yields, to limit the treating plant discharges and, at the end of the chain, to increase the efficiency of the equipments (boilers, motors,...) and to provide refiners and petrochemists with processes allowing to produce at low cost and while respecting the environment, the fuels and the petrochemical bases required for anticipating the evolution of the demand and of the regulations (product specifications, discharges).
It's a process that mankind has perfected, he says, but that petrochemists have lost sight of.