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  1. Averting a bottleneck

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    Mon, 11 Nov 2013

    and sour. New supply in the US is light and sweet. Heavy, sour feedstocks are most valuable at refineries with conversion capacity —cokers and hydrocrackers able to upgrade heavy products of distillation into lighter, more-valuable diesel

  2. NEB projects strong growth in Canadian oil and gas output

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    Fri, 22 Nov 2013

    parity with Brent. As pipeline capacity opened to take crude away from Cushing, Midwest refineries brought new conversion capacity online, and rail transport grew as a transport option, the pressure on WCS eased and brought WCS-WTI-Brent

  3. Worldwide refining capacity growth rises again in 2008

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    Mon, 22 Dec 2008

    4 also shows that Asia significantly increased conversion capacity in 2008. Catalytic reforming rose to 2.15 million ..... years. Processing capabilities are defined as conversion capacity (catalytic cracking and hydrocracking) and fuels

  4. Crude demand to increase, feed-quality changes in store

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    Mon, 6 Dec 2010

    the US. Global impact The global refining industry will continue to add considerable conversion capacity in the coming years, with world conversion capacity additions increasing by more than 25% from 2005 to 2015 in response to tighter conversion

  5. Emulsion fuel options still viable for heavy oil

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 22 Sep 2008

    heavy crude is not possible. The reason is that the blend enters a very limited market of refineries with deep conversion capacity . If this capacity is exceeded, the price of extra heavy crude would collapse.” Therefore even Mommer’s contention

  6. FGE-FACTS: Chinese, India expand refining capacities

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    Mon, 27 Dec 2010

    becoming more important for Asian refiners, and conversion capacity is added far more quickly than primary distillation ..... sweet-sour crude differentials will narrow. Conversion capacity is being added far more quickly than primary distillation

  7. The empty Chavez blather

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    Mon, 18 Feb 2008

    the US would divert heavy feed from Citgo, which PDVSA owns and which has a total of 756,000 b/cd of deep- conversion capacity in three wholly owned US refineries 597,000 b/d of it on the Gulf Coast. Moderating the threat So Chavez

  8. IFP: 2009 E&P investment to stabilize or slow

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    Thu, 4 Dec 2008

    or engineering may be postponed or scrapped. There are 300 projects for capacity extensions, or 40 mbd, while conversion capacity to match demand and supply total 9.7 mbd or 115% more than in 2007. Of projects in the construction stage

  9. SPECIAL REPORT: Global refining capacity increases slightly in 2007

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    Mon, 24 Dec 2007

    of Asia, the European Union (EU), and the US for the past 10 years. Processing capabilities are defined as conversion capacity (catalytic cracking and hydrocracking) and fuels-producing processes (catalytic reforming and alkylation

  10. OGJ Newsletter

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    Mon, 18 Feb 2008

    Port Arthur, Tex. Commissioning is scheduled in 2011. The $2.2 billion increase in the refinery’s deep- conversion capacity will boost output of ultralow-sulfur automotive diesel by 3 million tonnes/year. Hunt to boost output at Tuscaloosa

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