Posts Tagged ‘low sulfur’

Chevron harvests gas discoveries in Australia Greater Gorgon

Chevron additional reserves credit Gorgon Expansion While Chevron continues to harvest natural gas discoveries in the Greater Gorgon area offshore Western Australia, its partners ExxonMobil and Shell review the costs estimates for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) Train 4 of the Gorgon Expansion project. When Chevron and its partners made the […]

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US Government to replace WTI for crude oil prices benchmark

EIA to adopt North Sea Brent crude oil as benchmark US Government energy agency, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) published in its annual energy out look its decision to replace the historical West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil traded on New York Mercantile Exchange by the European Brent listed on […]

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Total to invest $1.5 billion in Antwerp refinery and petrochemical complex

Total to convert Antwerp naphtha cracker to ethane Total announced during investor day, that he will spend $1.5 billion capital expenditure to adapt its Antwerp refinery and petrochemical complex to the market conditions. With a capacity of 350,000 b/d, Antwerp is the second largest refinery in Europe and the largest […]

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Carlyle and Sunoco to revive Philadelphia refinery

Philadelphia Refinery to rely on Marcellus shale gas Last year Sunoco Inc (Sunoco) had  announced to close the Philadelphia refinery in Pennsylvania, USA, on summer 2012 if no buyer could be found in the meantime. But the development of the shale gas in USA much faster than expected and in […]

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Mild Hydrocracking

Definition Mild Hydrocracking or MHC is referring to the refining process designed to performs a partial hydrocracking only. In the mild hydrocracking only about 20-60% at ~ 50-85 bar of the feedstock crude oil is cracked. Comments The objective of the Mild Hydrocracking process is to convert 20-60% of the vacuum […]

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