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NOVEL STRATEGIES OF PROCESSING PRICE- ADVANTAGED CRUDES IN A VOLATILE OIL MARKET

Multi-Client Strategic Report
Publication date:March 2017
Item#:C01600
Flexible operations and technology innovations to meet changing crudes and shifting product demand

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REFINERY POWER OUTAGE MITIGATIONS: LATEST TECHNOLOGIES AND STRATEGIES TO MINIMIZE FINANCIAL IMPACTS

Multi-Client Strategic Report
Publication date:February 2014
Item#:C01300
Unplanned refinery shutdowns hit company earnings two ways: lost production and potential liabilities for excess flaring and unsafe operations.

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SULFUR PLANT AND CRUDE DISTILLATION

Worldwide Refinery Processing Review (Quarterly Issues)
Publication date:1Q 2013
Item#:B21301
Sulfur Plant and Crude distillation

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$3,500

CRUDE DISTILLATION

Worldwide Refinery Processing Review (Individual Technology)
Publication date:1Q 2013
Item#:B1005
Crude distillation

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$2,500

REFINERY ENERGY MANAGEMENT REPORT LATEST TECHNOLOGIES AND STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE OPERATIONAL ECONOMICS

Multi-Client Strategic Report
Publication date:July 2012
Item#:C01200
The global refining business is pressing forward in a difficult operating environment in which only the best, most sophisticated refineries will be profitable. Complex refineries are considered the ones that can buy the cheapest feeds and convert them into the products the market wants using the most cost-effective processes in the near term with a long-term operational strategy. The cost factor is the key in maintaining profit margins.

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OPPORTUNITY CRUDES REPORT II: TECHNOLOGIES & STRATEGIES FOR MEETING EVOLVING MARKET & ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES

Multi-Client Strategic Report
Publication date:June 2011
Item#:C01100
At a time of volatile oil prices and crude supply uncertainty, many refiners around the world are again turning their attention to relatively less expensive, unconventional or opportunity crudes (opcrudes). Opcrudes generally include heavy sour grades, oilsand/bitumen, extra heavy oil, high TAN crudes, and oil shale. Refineries without a capability of handling opcrudes will lose out to the competition in the long term.

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REFINERY CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Multi-Client Strategic Report
Publication date:April 2010
Item#:C00900
Technology Solutions to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Meet Business Sustainability Goals.

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