The Refinery of the Future

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  • Author : James G. Speight
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Pages : 416 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128102251
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The Refinery of the Future

The Refinery of the Future
  • Author : James G. Speight
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 30 October 2017
GET THIS BOOK The Refinery of the Future

As feedstocks to refineries change, there must be an accompanying change in refinery technology. This means a movement from conventional means of refining heavy feedstocks using (typically) coking technologies to more innovative processes that will coax the last drips of liquid fuels from the feedstock. This book presents the evolution of refinery processes during the last century and as well as the means by which refinery processes will evolve during the next three-to-five decades. Chapters contain material relevant to (1) comparisons

The Refinery of the Future

The Refinery of the Future
  • Author : James G. Speight
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 21 December 2010
GET THIS BOOK The Refinery of the Future

As feedstocks to refineries change, there must be an accompanying change in refinery technology. This means a movement from conventional means of refining heavy feedstocks using (typically) coking technologies to more innovative processes that will coax the last drips of liquid fuels from the feedstock. This book presents the evolution of refinery processes during the last century and as well as the means by which refinery processes will evolve during the next three-to-five decades. Chapters contain material relevant to (1) comparisons