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Paper presented at the 18th World Petroleum Congress, September 25–29, 2005
Paper Number: WPC-18-0933
... Abstract: Ethylene (20 Wt%) and Propylene (25 wt%) from Fuel Oil is now a reality using advanced Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit (FCCU) technology. Integrated sites with FCCU and Steam Cracking maximise the conversion of crude oil to petrochemicals. This paper describes the advances made...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32238
... in petroleum refineries, during the last 10 years. It concerns the motor fuels and fuel oils. The necessity of substantial emissions decrease from power stations has forced the direct impact on fuels structure change. Heavy fuel oils are gradually replaced with light oils and fuel gas. The growth of demand...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32239
... Abstract Oil is a finite and scarce resource and it should therefore be used to the maximum extent possible to produce the high value "light" products for which it is still irreplaceable. Today's world refining industry, however, still produces by-products (petcoke or heavy fuel oil...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32205
... production monitoring vru vacuum residue complex reservoir residue light fuel oil production control Downstream Oil & Gas fuel oil Reservoir Surveillance feedstock Residue Hydrocracker stability Nitrogen content gas oil distillate sediment PKN Orlen conversion VRU Process...
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Paper presented at the 16th World Petroleum Congress, June 11–15, 2000
Paper Number: WPC-30331
.... The increasingly severe restrictions on the levels of SO X , NO X , CO 2 and other emissions from the combustion of heavy fuels has led to decreased demand for residual fuel oil products. Additionally, the increased availability and use of natural gas as fuel for power plants has compounded the decreased demand...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-29281
... of visbreaking, solvent deasphalting, or coking are faced with large quantities of visbreaker tar, asphalt or coke which have a high sulfur content (4-6 wt%) with primary consequences reflected in the potential for sulfur emissions. During the last decade global fuel oil sa gasifier base refinery...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-29295
... main issues: increasing production of heavy crudes, with a higher sulphur, nitrogen and contaminants content; increasing demand of low (1% wt) and extra low (0.3% wt) sulphur fuel oil, versus a strong reduction of high sulphur fuel oil; increasing demand of light and middle distillates; better...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26201
... the products which the industry produces, with increasing attention being given to reducing pollution from residual fuel oils. Secondly, the automotive industry, which is the refining industry's highest value customer, is likely to seek to react to pressure to reduce tail-pipe emissions by seeking to set...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26202
...-cracking feed desulphurization, light naphtha isomerization, alkylation and MTBE/TAME production. For the bottom of the barrel, carbon rejection and hydrogen addition technologies are analyzed, including residue hydrodesulphurization for low sulphur fuel oil production us. total fuel oil conversion...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26210
... demand for fuel oil, increasing demand for high-quality distillates, and refinery-specific strategic and environmental concerns have renewed interest in converting the residual portion of the crude barrel. This paper reviews some of the more common residue conversion options. The impact of each option...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26235
... Abstract. The traditional hydrocarbon energy sources for the power generation sector have been coal, oil and gas. The fourth option, natural bitumen, had until now been ignored in spite of its obvious calorific potential (equivalent to fuel oil) and availability of world reserves (estimates...
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Paper presented at the 13th World Petroleum Congress, October 20–25, 1991
Paper Number: WPC-24245
... of feedstocks and product hydrotreatment options. This 15 TBPD HDH unit allows the refinery to reduce by 42 TBPD production of high sulphur fuel oil while 60 TBPD of heavy crude are incorpo- rated into the refinery slate. HDH installation in the Cardón refinery in Venezuela will achieve commercial process...
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Paper presented at the 13th World Petroleum Congress, October 20–25, 1991
Paper Number: WPC-24226
... visbreaker is used as feedstock and will be converted to cracker feed, which can be hydrotreated by the DESUlphuration-schwedt-Process, optimized for denitrification and partial dearomatization under medium pressure conditions. The HSC-bottoms are used as fuel oil for the existing power plant. They contain...
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Paper presented at the 13th World Petroleum Congress, October 20–25, 1991
Paper Number: WPC-24249
..., hydroconversion of heavy oil residues, distilla- te hydrocracking and catalytic cracking of distillates or upgraded residues is to minimize fuel oil pro- duction and to maximize the flexibility of gasoline/ gas oil production. 31 9 320 HOW TO REFINE IN THE FUTURE In reply to a question from Dr. ANDERSEN (U.S.A...
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Paper presented at the 13th World Petroleum Congress, October 20–25, 1991
Paper Number: WPC-24217
... Abstract. This paper discusses the market potential for distillate fuel oils in industrialized countries and the impact of environmental legislation on the middle distillate-pool and the quality requirements which are to be expected. The potential uses of different qualities of middle...
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Paper presented at the 12th World Petroleum Congress, April 26–May 1, 1987
Paper Number: WPC-22309
... bitumen feedstock synthetic crude oil sand Downstream Oil & Gas fuel oil transportation fuel asset and portfolio management gasoline liquid production cost fraction sulphur economics shale oil complex reservoir Petroleum Crude crude requirement Upgrading naphtha refining scheme...
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Paper presented at the 12th World Petroleum Congress, April 26–May 1, 1987
Paper Number: WPC-22325
... de la raffinerie. Des changements survenus dans le domaine du matérial de traitement des données, ainsi qu'une automatisation accrue, ont n investment Naantali refinery raw material personnel Downstream Oil & Gas fuel oil operation Survival strategy Computer System modification...
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Paper presented at the 12th World Petroleum Congress, April 26–May 1, 1987
Paper Number: WPC-22327
... efficient and technologically able will continue to prosper. The introduction of further environmental legislation, in particular that affecting fuel oil sulphur emissions, will have a major impact on refining profitability and creates an uncertainty for the direction and shape of new refining technology...
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Paper presented at the 11th World Petroleum Congress, August 28–September 2, 1983
Paper Number: WPC-20307
... in consumption patterns will be repeated throughout most of the industrial world. For this reason, the non residual fuel oil refinery is unlikely to be built within the OECD before the year 2000 but may be constructed in countries with either larger gas reserves or where refineries are built primarily...
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Paper presented at the 11th World Petroleum Congress, August 28–September 2, 1983
Paper Number: WPC-20315
... ces études que la souplesse en matière de charges de départ constitue un élément essentiel de la stratégie des producteurs européens d'oléfines qui pourront désormais saisir rapidement les occasions se gas monetization naphtha feedstock LNG offsite fuel oil heavy petroleum fraction...

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