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  • Refinery Chemistry Essay

    1.2.1 Refinery Processes It is impertinent to overlook at the refinery chemistry before describing the refinery processes. The chemistry is part of the refinery’s conversion section, which gets affected when the upgrading is considered. The conversion section purpose is to enhance the liquid fuels. There are two types of techniques under the section: a. Hydrogen addition technologies: Processes using this technology react hydrogen with the oil heavy products to enhance the H/C such that the yield of the lighter products improved. It is a catalyst base process. It expected to yield more products, but it requires a large investment since it needs hydrogen. Also, it is a sensitive process since the feed’s impurities disturb the catalyst. Due…

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  • Silver Refinery

    A Silver Refinery at Potosi, Bolivia, 1700: The silver refineries was a system which used aqueducts, the water wheel, an iron-shod stamp, and the amalgam, to created nearly pure ingot of silver. But later, the silver would be assayed and taxed at the mint. To produce silver, forests were cut, soil was poisoned from the base metals, and horse, mules, and oxen were used to move the materials to different locations. Race and Ethnicity in the Spanish Colonies: Negotiating Hierarchy: European…

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  • Citgo Refinery Project Report

    Citgo refinery client focused project report The purpose of this paper is to assess the needs of the Citgo refinery population that attended the refine my waistline program. To attend analyzed needs a plan was develop to increase the success of further sessions. The plan included goal and objectives, nursing interventions, implementation and last evaluation. Assessment Overview Citgo refinery is located on 900 Acres of land in Lemont, IL. The refinery commitment is to provide safety ad…

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  • Bangchac Case Study

    low-sulfur gasoline (Reformate Splitter Unit: RSU) released into the Hall burned continuously recycled as fuel in the production process, which started July 2015. (2) Utilizing Hydrocracking: Product Fractionatorsfors released by flare stack as fuel in the production process, which started June 2015. (3) Installing the flare stack mounted on the floor (Ground Flare Stack) will be available in 2020 to reduce pollution to the environment because the combustion efficiency is higher than the…

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  • ISIS Sympathizers

    organizations oil sales, it is able to bring in somewhere from $500 million USD to $2 billion USD in oil sales. Although this was a major contributing factor to the financing of the group, it has been in decline since the US-led coalition against the group started the airstrikes against the organization. During these airstrikes, through analyzing the contributing factors to the group’s financial section, the US has been able to destroy multiple oil fields the group relied on. In 2007, it was…

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  • Fractional Distillation Lab

    heavier than ethanol. The percent of ethanol decreased as the experiment progressed while the water percentage increased. To increase the purity of the ethanol in the first fraction the temperature should be kept at a constant temperature that boils the ethanol yet does not boil the water. The Temperature at which the mixture began to boil was at 79 oC. This experiment shows how theoretically fractional distillation could work in an industrial setting. The fractions found in this experiment…

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  • Medical Case Study: Chevron Provider

    1. Summarize the relevant facts of the case. Mario Echazabal began working in oil refineries for a Chevron contractor (Irwin Industries, Inc.) in 1972. He worked through various maintenance contractor as a laborer, helper, and pipefitter in a “coker unit”, which is a plant that burns a type of coal to make gasoline. Mario wanted to work directly for Chevron therefore he applied for a similar job in the coker unit in 1992. Chevron offered Mario the job on the condition that he pass a medical…

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  • Case Study Bp And The Gulf Of Mexico Oil Spill

    BP and the Gulf of Mexico oil spill (case analysis) BP is a multinational oil and gas company. This company is headquartered in London, UK. Not so long ago, this company has faced one of the world’s worst environmental tragedies. After its explosion in April 20th, 2010, the company’s situation had kept on getting worse and worse. The communication problem is that the crisis team that Tony Hayward (the CEO of BP) prepared to find solutions to the issue isn’t making much progress. Each month…

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  • Contaminant Regeneration Essay

     Used Lubricant Regeneration Technology Most conventional processes for used lubricant regeneration involve physical separation and chemical treatments to remove the contaminants and impurities from used lubricants to make it suitable for re-use. Some of these technologies generate liquid effluents, solid wastes, and air emissions during the regenerating process. The types of wastes, effluents, and wastes vary with the technology and processes used, and the environmental control methods [CEPA,…

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  • 6 Force Majeure Essay

    6.1 Legal clauses The PSC provides an elaborate mechanism for the control and supervision of of the activities relating to the exploration, discovery, development and production of crude oil/natural gas and associated hydrocarbons from the relevant field. It distributes title over the crude oil/natural gas and associated hydrocarbons between the government and each of the consortium members. The various clauses are being described below under various sub heads. 6.1.1 Rights granted by PSC The…

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