Olivier Bernaert




Olivier Bernaert joined IFP School in June 2011, as a lecturer in the Center for Refining, Petrochemicals, Gas.

In 1993 he was awarded a degree in chemical engineering from the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons and graduated the following year from IFP School, after studying on the Energy and Processes program.

Before coming back to the School, Olivier Bernaert was employed by Grace Dearborn where he was in charge of industrial applications for corrosion control, desalting and water treatment in refineries and petrochemical plants in Normandy.

He then held several positions, over the next 15 years, within Total working in various refineries and production centers:

- in research on Sulfur, Amine and Sweetening units

- in technical assistance to refineries (troubleshooting and units debottlenecking)

- in the field of refining processes on HDS, Atmospheric Distillation and Aromatic Extraction units

- as head of a production team working on Reforming, Alkylation, and Visbreaking units and managing utility networks

- as head of the process department in Total's Dutch refinery working on all units (including DHC, Regenerative reformer, ...).

He was also European training coordinator which involved creating and managing numerous technical training programs for refineries.

His principal activity today is lecturing for the Energy and Processes program.

More info: http://fr.linkedin.com/pub/olivier-bernaert/37/877/36a

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Mar 14th 2016

Gain a thorough understanding of the oil and gas chain. Examine the operations deployed by the petroleum industry in order to find oil and gas, convert crude oil into oil products and ship them to consumers.

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Nov 2nd 2015

The subject will be addressed from many different perspectives such as the economic context and regulations, fuel specifications and production in the refining industry, engines and post-treatment systems design, vehicles hybridization, biofuels, mobility of tomorrow. The evaluation will include a “serious game” designed as a video game: you will optimize the fuel production in a refinery and also the engine settings to reduce fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.

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