VISBREAKER HARDWARE HAS ALTERNATE USES IN LOW-SULFUR FUEL ERA

Jerry J. Toman, Robert F. Beckman Fluor Daniel Inc. Irvine, Calif. Several possible alternate uses for visbreaker equipment are available to refiners who must significantly increase the degree of residue processing to meet future fuel oil sulfur requirements. In both the U.S. and the European Economic Community (EEC), specifications for the sulfur content of residual fuels will likely be difficult to achieve for refiners who process high-sulfur crudes. Those refiners will have to curtail fuel

Mar 22nd, 1993
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