Heavy oil processing technology – EXTRUDER

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To reprocess the issues related to complex profitable processing of heavy high-viscosity oil, as well as heavy refinery residues

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The purpose of our technology is addressing the issues related to complex profitable processing of “heavy” high-viscosity oil, as well as heavy refinery residues.

Currently, recycling of “heavy” viscous-sulfur oil in a “classic scheme” is unprofitable, and in some cases impossible. Virtually all types of “heavy” high-viscosity oil contain a low concentration of “light” (fuel) fractions.

On installations with a “classical scheme”, selection of these fractions is possible in relation to oil – not more than 25 – 30%. Ensuring an acceptable refining depth of such oil through the use of known techniques (thermal and catalytic cracking) requires large investments, high-interest rate of operating costs and working capital

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At the core of the new technology is a synergistic effect of influence of various physical and chemical factors on method of deep processing of heavy oil, its separation and obtaining a high yield of “light” oil (enriched with “light” fractions), reducing the sulfur content.

Technology implemented is based on a shared resonance hydro cavitation plus microwave exposure on “heavy” viscous oil at low temperatures (significantly lower temperatures in comparison to usual thermal cracking).

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Our technology allows to

  • Organize a mobile and profitable version “heavy” oil processing
  • Increase more than 2 times the output “light” fuel fractions
  • Combine several processing operations in a single unit
  • Reduce harmful effects on the environment
  • Reduce capital and operating costs

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  • Oil production industry
  • Heavy oil processing
  • Hazardous waste
  • By-products of petrochemistry

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