NEW SHORT CONTACT TIME PROCESSES UPGRADE RESIDUAL OILS AND HEAVY CRUDES

New short contact time carbon rejection technology has been developed for upgrading residual oils and converting heavier crudes into high-quality synthetic crudes. The process, called discriminatory destructive distillation, or 3D, has been demonstrated in a Kansas refinery on feedstocks ranging from 13.5 to 30.6 API. The 3D process and its spinoff, the millisecond catalytic cracking (MSCC) process, were introduced at the National Petroleum Refiners Association annual meeting, Mar. 17-19, in

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