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  1. China refinery due delayed coker heaters

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    Wed, 11 Apr 2007

  2. CAUSES OF SHORTER DELAYED COKER HEATER RUNS REPORTED

    Norman P. Lieberman Process Improvement Engineering Metairie, La. Feed interruptions and localized high heat fluxes are common causes of shortened delayed coker heater run lengths. These causes were discussed by operators of delayed coking units who attended a delayed coking seminar held by Process ...

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    Mon, 12 Feb 1990

  3. Foster Wheeler to design BP delayed coker

    BP Oil Refineria de Castellon SA, a unit of BP PLC, let a contract to Foster Wheeler USA Corp. to supply a process design package for a 20,000 b/sd delayed coking plant in Spain. The contract's value was withheld.

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    Thu, 25 Aug 2005

  4. MRPL starts delayed coker at Mangalore refinery

    Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd. (MRPL), a subsidiary of Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd., has commissioned a 3 million tonne/year delayed coking unit (DCU) that is part of a long-delayed project to expand its 194,000-b/d refinery in Mangalore, India.

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    Fri, 4 Apr 2014

  5. BP lets delayed coker contract to Foster Wheeler

    BP Products North America awarded a contract to Foster Wheeler Ltd. for the engineering, procurement, and fabrication of a 102,000 b/sd, 6-drum delayed coking unit and gas plant facilities at BP's 405,000-b/d Whiting refinery in northwest Indiana.

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    Mon, 25 Aug 2008

  6. YPF adding delayed coker at La Plata refinery

    YPF SA, Argentine subsidiary of Repsol SA of Spain, has let a contract to Foster Wheeler AG for a 28,000-b/sd delayed coking unit at its 189,000-b/cd La Plata refinery.

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    Fri, 8 Oct 2010

  7. Suncor plans Fort McMurray delayed coker

    Suncor Energy Inc., Calgary, will use ConocoPhillips technology for a large, grassroots delayed coking unit to be installed at its Fort McMurray oil sands upgrader in northern Alberta. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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    Thu, 29 Sep 2005

  8. Petrobras' REPAR facility due delayed coker

    Petróleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has selected ConocoPhillips's ThruPlus delayed coking technology for a grassroots 31,450 b/d delayed coking unit at its 196,000 b/d Pres. Getúlio Vargas Refinery (REPAR) in Araucaria, Paraná, Brazil. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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    Thu, 29 Sep 2005

  9. ExxonMobil lets contract for Antwerp refinery

    ExxonMobil Petroleum & Chemical BVBA has let an engineering, procurement, and construction contract to Fluor Corp. for a delayed coker to be installed at its 320,000-b/d Antwerp refinery.

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    Wed, 17 Dec 2014

  10. Louisiana refinery revamp takes advantage of heavy sour argins

    The four coking drums of the new delayed coker stand prominently in the complex's east plant. The enclosed coke-conveyer system stretches to the Mississippi River (Fig. 2). Photo courtesy of TransAmerican Refining Corp. TransAmerican is working to complete the construction of its new ...

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    Mon, 9 Nov 1998

  11. Heat-balance design in coker reduces energy consumption

    A heat-balance design associated with the revamp of a delayed coker in the Nanjing, China, refinery saves about $101,000/year in energy consumption.

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    Mon, 1 Jan 2001

  12. Repsol-YPF to build coker complex at Cartegena refinery

    Repsol-YPF has awarded an EPC contract to Foster Wheeler Iberia for a new delayed coker complex at its refinery in Cartagena in southeastern Spain.

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    Tue, 18 Mar 2008

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