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Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes.

Chevron Research Company.

Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes.

by Chevron Research Company.

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Synthetic fuels.,
  • Catalysis.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSullivan, Richard F., Frumkin, H. A., Rudy, C. E., Chen, H. C., United States. Dept. of Energy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17651093M

    Producing shale oil on a large scale is one of the possible alternatives for reducing dependence of the United States on imported petroleum. Industry is not producing shale oil on a commercial A first aspect of the invention is concerned with fuels and particularly jet and diesel fuels which comprise blends of substituted mono cyclohexane material and two ring non-fused cyloalkane material. The first material may be n-propylcyclohexane or n-butylcyclohexane. The second material may be nuclear substituted bicyclohexyl and may include ://

      For example, mining coal from steeply dipping coal seams, from relatively thin coal seams (e.g., less than about 1 meter thick), and/or from deep coal seams may not be economically feasible. Deep coal seams include coal seams that are at, or extend to, depths of greater than about feet (about m) below surface "Refining and Upgrading of Synfuels From Coal and Oil Shales by Advanced Catalytic Processes," Sullivan and Frankin, Third Interim Report, Processing of SRC-II Syncrude, March , Chevron Research Co., FE?Dockey=

      Unconventional Oil: Tar Sands and Shale Oil - EROI on the Web, Part 3 of 6 Posted by nate hagens on Ap - am in The Oil Drum: Net Energy This is third in a series of six guest posts by Professor Charles Hall of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry describing the energy statistic, "EROI" for various 00/ Computer simulation techniques for molecular structure of coal for advanced coal conversion technology. Journal: 00/ Enhancement of degassing processes in coal-bearing structures based on dilatancy of coal and rocks 00/ Non-isothermal thermogravimetry and decomposition kinetics of two Jordanian oil shales under


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6 coal, was refined to produce transportation fuels in an extensive program of laboratory and pilot plant :// Get this from a library. Refining upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes.

[Richard F Sullivan; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Technical Information Center.] Get this from a library.

Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes. [Richard F Sullivan; Chevron Research Company.; United States. Department of Energy.] Peer reviewed only Published between: Published from year: and Published to year: Yield data of advanced catalytic reaction processes in a pilot refining of Paraho shale oil have been simulated with available process models.

and fluid catalytic cracking processes in shale oil refining} Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes.

Quarterly report, October--December   Abstract. A review of the potential of converting shale oil, coal oil, and tar sand oil into liquids of /sup 0/F boiling range covers composition of shale oil, including its high nitrogen content and the severe conditions required for its removal prior to catalytic cracking, and test results obtained some years ago by Atlantic Richfield Co.

on hydrotreating and fluid-catalytic cracking Catalytic Reforming is one of the most important processes to produce high grade motor gasolines. Feedstocks are mainly gasoline and naphtha streams from the crude oil distillation boiling in the range of F to F. By catalytic reforming the octane number of these gasoline components is increased from RON to :// EPRI report AF, December.

17 Epperly, W.R., EDS coal liquefaction process development phase IV. Quarterly technical progress report, January Ma FE 18 Sullivan, R.F. and Frumkin, H.A., Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic :// Frumkin, H. A., Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes, tenth interim report.

Revised stock balances and updated cost estimates. DOE/ET/T23, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA,   The Heavy Oil Upgrading Technology developed by Synfuels China is mainly for the production of blending components for gasoline and diesel products.

The technology consists of four sub-processes - dissolution, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, and ?id. Nitrogen compound distributions in hydrotreated shale oil products from commercial-scale refining Steven A. Holmes and Lila F. Thompson US Department of Energy, Laramie Energy Technology Center, PO BoxUniversity Station, Laramie, WYUSA (Received 23 November ,revised 9 August ) The distributions of nitrogen compounds in crude and hydrotreated shale oil products have been Coproduction of oil and electric power from Colorado oil shale R.

Sullivan, B. Stangeland, C. Rudy, D. Green and H. Frumkin, "Refining and Upgrading of Synfuels from Coal and Oil Shales by Advanced Catalytic Processes", Report to U.S. Dept.

of Energy under contract EFC, Chevron Research Company, Richmond. The first oil refining process was invented to upgrade “coal oil” more than years ago—before Edwin L. Drake touched off a boom with his discovery of oil in Pennsylvania.

As market demand expanded rapidly after World War I, the product line-up also :// Refining and upgrading of synfuels from coal and oil shales by advanced catalytic processes environment and in the sphere of related processes and factors is given.

Book. Synthetic Fuels Reaction kinetics between COo and oil-shale residual carbon. Partial-pressure and catalytic-mineral effects* Alan K. Burnham Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, University of California, Livermore, CaliforniaUSA (Received 29 January ) The partial-pressure dependence of the reaction of C02 with residual organic carbon in retorted Colorado oil shale has been :// Frumkin, H.A., Refining and Upgrading of Synfuels from Coal and Oil Shales by Advance Catalytic Processes.

Tenth Interim Report. Revised Stock Balances and Updated Cost EstimatesDOE/ET/T NTIS, Springfield, VA. Google Scholar   Production of fuels, particularly jet and diesel fuels, and constituents thereof liquids into specification grade diesel and jet fuel reference is made to the results of Sullivan et al in "Refining and Upgrading of Synfuels from Coal and Oil Shales by Advanced Catalytic Processes" Chevron Research Co which were obtained under DOE Contract Total U.S.

primary energy consumption in was about quads, with fossil fuels—natural gas, petroleum, and coal—supplying about 85 percent, as shown in Table (EIA, a). 1 Liquid fuels (derived primarily from petroleum) were the main contributors, accounting for 40 percent of total consumption (see Figure in Chapter 1).This fossil-fuel dominance has held steady for :// This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle. Refining and Upgrading of Synfuels from Coal and Oil Shales by Advanced Catalytic Processes, Third Interim Report, Processing of SRC-II Syncrude, Chevron ?Dockey=An important consideration is that systems making synfuels from coal and/or biomass generate, as a natural part of the process of synfuel manufacture, relatively pure streams of CO 2 10 for which /_Fischer-Tropsch_Fuels_from_Coal_and_Biomass.Co-production of decarbonized synfuels and electricity from coal + biomass with CO2 capture and storage: An Illinois case study Article in Energy & Environmental Science 3(1) January with