Oil Refinery


Sweet vs. Sour Crude - Production and Processing Sweet vs. Sour Crude - Production and Processing Sweet vs. Sour Crude - Production and Processing Sweet vs. Sour Crude - Production and Processing


Crude characteristics play an important role in refining operations. They decide the type of refinery configurations required for...

FCCU: A Real Value Add To Refineries FCCU: A Real Value Add To Refineries FCCU: A Real Value Add To Refineries FCCU: A Real Value Add To Refineries


FCCU is the resultant technological upgrade from the basic catalytic process which was first developed during 1920s by Eugene Houdry for...

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Flares act as relief devices when a production plant faces an emergency situation and there is a need to quickly dispose of the excess...

Bunkering Powering Marine Liners Bunkering Powering Marine Liners Bunkering Powering Marine Liners Bunkering Powering Marine Liners


Before we get into details of the standard operating procedure relating to bunkering, let us briefly see what are the different types of...

Refinery Configurations: Changing Dynamics Refinery Configurations: Changing Dynamics Refinery Configurations: Changing Dynamics Refinery Configurations: Changing Dynamics


Refineries are classified into four key categories: topping, hydroskimming, conversion and deep conversion refineries.