As demand evolves, as specifications change, and as fuel opportunities arise, what are the implications for refiners up to mid-century?
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Maoming Petrochemical Company has produced 1.2207 million tons of jet fuel in the first 6 months of 2015, increasing by 231,500 tons which accounts for 23% compared to the same period of last year, hitting a new historical record high.
On the basis of the sulphur and olefin level of the FCC stocks, PetroChina subdivides the gasoline quality requirements and successfully launched four technologies of two series to help achieve the target of gasoline quality ...
Investment in on-purpose propylene production technology based on naphtha-based feedstock is taking on various process configurations.
Prospect of a worldwide standard for ULSG and the challenges of increased heavy crude supplies demand careful consideration and selection of refinery configuration.
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RFCC units are being commissioned and operated to convert hydrotreated and straight-run resid to high levels of propylene.
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Increased attention to refinery emissions of hydrogen cyanide requires detailed understanding of its formation and conversion in the FCC regenerator.
This paper provides key details of the control technology, SOx reduction additives. The focus of this paper is to describe how to operate an FCC unit at ultralow SOx emissions levels while utilizing SOx absorbing ...
Integrating ethanol use with gasoline quality upgrading significantly improves economical and social benefits of the entire fuel supply system. Ethanol-ethers enhance ethanol use, expand the benefits of adding ethanol to gasoline pool. CD Ethers® is the proven process of choice for effective reduction of gasoline olefins while boosting “octane-barrels” of the pool. Read More ›