(Updated June 23rd, 2014)
"Phosphate Primer, Mineral Processing, Phosphoric Acid, and Fertilizer Production, a Brief Overview"
by: Mohamed Elgafi, Chief Engineer, Proposals Manager, Project Manager, Chief Mechanical Engineer, Development Engineer/Industrial Chemist, Construction Engineer, Chemical Engineer
To be announced.
Mohamed Elgafi had key responsibilities in numerous projects including coal-coke and
coal chemicals, dyestuffs and chemical intermediates, building materials,
petrochemicals, mineral processing, cryogenic air separation, sulfur and tail gas plants,
gas treatment, pipelines, marine terminals, enhanced oil recovery, phosphoric acid and
phosphate processing, industrial machinery and equipment, coal-oil slurry,
environmental and metallurgical projects.
Projects included ammonia pipeline and marine terminals and enhanced oil recovery in
the USSR, various unit in the Dow Chemical Complex in , Victoria, Australia, The Swift
Creek Chemical Complex in Florida, Ammonia marine terminal in Savannah, Georgia
and CB Chemicals Expansion program in California. Previous employers included
Occidental Petroleum, R M Parsons, Superior Air Products and The Austin Company.
U.S. Patent 6,391,080 Manufacture of Phosphoric and Phosphate Fertilizers, May 2002
U.S. Patent Office Publication No. US 2008-0069768 A1: “Simultaneous Production of Hydrogen and Energy.”
U.S. Patent Office Publication N. US 20100016139: “Utilizing Centrifuges and Super Centrifuges for Multistep and Multistage Operations and Processes.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
Khoury's Restaurant, 110 North Marina Drive, Long Beach, CA
$35 with a reservation; $30 for Local Section 21 Members; Students $10 with reservation, $15 at the door; Unemployed/Retired, $20 with reservation, and $25 at the door
Please indicate whether you want a fish, chicken, or vegetarian meal.
Please make your reservation by July 11th by sending an email eservation to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Greg Smith at (951) 310-7722.