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heavy oil

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(Chemistry) a hydrocarbon mixture, heavier than water, distilled from coal tar
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Coke formation on catalyst during hydroprocessing of heavy oils, Applied Catalysis, 72: 193-215
It is significant because at this price range the heavy oils and shale oils can become an economic reality.
Refiners are finding that heavy oils and residua, once wasted, can provide significant value with high yields and quality, particularly when hydroprocessed.
Wellvive is one of Nature's Path's premier products and has shown it will help reduce viscosity of heavy oils within formations and dissolve paraffin and asphaltines that are present in most heavy oils.
It is focused on converting fossil fuels such as coal and heavy oils to alternative energy products while improving energy efficiency and the environment.
CPJ is a high-yield, sulfur-reducing method of converting heavy oils into more valuable, less viscous lighter oils at up to 70 percent cost savings over competing heavy oil upgrading processes.
The integration of these technologies with Praxair's air separation process and GE's combined cycle technology will facilitate the use of a broad range of original feedstocks, such as petroleum coke, heavy oils and other by-products generated in refineries and heavy oil production upgrading facilities, as well as coal.
Stefani worked 5 years with Kellog Engineering, 6 years with Lummus and 16 years with Foster Wheeler where he held the positions of Chief Process Engineer of Heavy Oils, Project Manager, and Vice President of Operations.
The future for heavy oil has come and now is the time for the Middle East to grasp this opportunity, said Bahrain Oil and Gas Affairs Minister and National Oil and Gas Authority chairman Dr Abdulhussain Mirza.
HTI), a wholly owned subsidiary, has obtained the exclusive worldwide license to develop, market and sublicense an innovative catalytic heavy oil upgrading technology known as (HC)3(TM).
a vanguard in the development and commercialization of coal and heavy oil conversion, catalysts and catalytic processes that produce alternate fuels and chemicals while improving energy efficiency and reducing environmental risks.
Initially formed in 1943, HTI and its predecessor have a long history of being in the forefront of developing catalysts and catalytic processes for energy related applications such as Gas to Liquids, Heavy Oil Upgrading, Coal Liquefaction, Gasification and Syngas Synthesis.