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Paper presented at the 18th World Petroleum Congress, September 25–29, 2005
Paper Number: WPC-18-1038
.... With this in mind, IFP has identified five major challenges: Renew and increase world oil & gas reserves. Develop clean, high-efficiency refining processes to produce motor fuels and petrochemical bases. Make the most of each barrel of oil produced, thus optimizing the use of resources...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32249
... Abstract European motor fuel specifications have changed dramatically in recent years. This has included a reduction of the benzene content of gasolines to less than 1%, the introduction of a maximum limit for total aromatics in gasolines and polyaromatics in diesel. Total aromatics in diesel...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32250
... Abstract Increasingly stringent regulations on aromatics in motor fuels will put tremendous pressure on refiners to cope with the surplus of aromatics. This situation will become particularly serious after the year 2005 when further reductions of aromatics in gasoline will come into force...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26204
... to supply low sulphur (0.05%) and city diesel oil (max. 0.01% sulphur and 5% aromatics) in the near future. Further ideas for motor fuel quality improvements and the potential growth of alternative fuels are also discussed. Today, environmentally friendly fuels are of fundamental importance in the...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26012
..., synthetic fatty acids and other petrochemical products. In 1960-70s domestic oil refining industry was developing under the conditions of high oil pro- duction and refining rates, which allowed to meet the ever growing demand of the national economy in motor fuel and other oil products mainly by building up...
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Paper presented at the 9th World Petroleum Congress, May 11–16, 1975
Paper Number: WPC-16406
... of coal to a non-polluting heating fuel, to motor fuel and basic organic chemicals. Liquid and gaseous hydrocarbons can in principle be METHANE R 0, N.S CONTENT w - 55 c$ -I -I a Sd o $2 y 8 0 2 w sp SE Z"* z 2 e$ 2 2 d? and THEODOR HEIKE, 2 " mg 85 m,; gÍfj produced from coal by uptake of hydrogen...
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Paper presented at the 5th World Petroleum Congress, May 30–June 5, 1959
Paper Number: WPC-8226
... catalytic activity are described. This procedure doubles the catalyst service periods. The catalyst consumption per kilogram of primary product has been reduced to below 57' of that usual in the original synthesis types. The possibilities of producing motor fuels and lubricating oil and the importance of...
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Paper presented at the 5th World Petroleum Congress, May 30–June 5, 1959
Paper Number: WPC-8202
.... Minimum tendency to produce smog-favoring combustion products. Minimum tendency to vapor-lock. The first three considerations would ideally, dictate a motor fuel consisting solely of iso-paraffins. In the absence of revolutionary advances in refining technology it appears that the cost of building...
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Paper presented at the 3rd World Petroleum Congress, May 28–June 6, 1951
Paper Number: WPC-4525
..., are omitted. The subject matter is divided into the following sections : The determination of octane numbers of motor fuels in the laborato octane number motor fuel vehicle compression ratio stansfield-standard method lubricant knock characteristic characteristic engine test...
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Paper presented at the 2nd World Petroleum Congress, June 14–19, 1937
Paper Number: WPC-3376
... l'Ouest, dans le district de tistiques de l'Institut C2ol pétrole voievodie motor fuel jaslo Upstream Oil & Gas importante raffinery pétrolifères Reservoir Characterization terrain petrolifere puit stanislawów bassin structural geology ville paraffine Gaz drohobycz...
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Paper presented at the 2nd World Petroleum Congress, June 14–19, 1937
Paper Number: WPC-3377
... agent Reservoir Characterization Drillstem Testing drillstem/well testing motor fuel OOO strata gas pressure production monitoring Upstream Oil & Gas motor vehicle application reaction original oil WILL THERE BE ENOUGH OIL ? by E. V. O'ROURKE Associate Professor Lord Hall, O. S. U...
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Paper presented at the 1st World Petroleum Congress, July 18–24, 1933
Paper Number: WPC-111
... SUMMARY TaE principles governing the application of inhibitors to the refining of motor fuels are discussed and the following, conclusions drawn Accelerated gumming tests involving the use of oxygen are suitable for studying the action of inhibitors, but the test should be such that a...
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Paper presented at the 1st World Petroleum Congress, July 18–24, 1933
Paper Number: WPC-115
... the normal shift of eight hours, and (d) That the method should be suitable for the.. evaluation of the results of potential gum tests. It was with these considerations in mind that the Sub-Committee 1 appointed to. deal with the estimation of gum in, motor fuels containing cracked spirit, commenced...
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Paper presented at the 1st World Petroleum Congress, July 18–24, 1933
Paper Number: WPC-257
... evolved from petroleum wells, from water wells or natural wild sources is probably much greater than the " liquid calories " that up till to-day have been won. from the soil. The ability to use methane from natural or artificial sources as a motor fuel would be a definite contribution to the world...

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