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  • Usmanovoilandgas For Serious Buyer/ Buyer mandate We have JP54,D2, D6, JetA1 product in Rotterdam/Houston/Russia for immediate lift with good procedure,where buyer conduct dip test in seller tank with proof of product. Kindly Contact us via (usmanovoilandgas@yahoo.com) for SCO. Regards Usmanov Alexie email: usmanovoilandgas60@mail.ru, skype: usmanovoilandgas

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  • Tomer Hello, I'm chemical engineer working in a petroleum refinery. We have a visbreaking(Thermal cracking) unit in our refinery. For a constant Furnace outlet temperature, we were suffer from high viscosity of the feed to the visbreaker and we have difficulty to find the source if it is the unit itself or some unit/stream upstream the visbreaker' as someone deal with something like this? also We would like to know, what type of Vacuum residue feed is desirable for Visbreaker unit, to attain good conversion and higher ratio of viscosity between feed and bottoms? in addition, Does the visbreaker conversion will influence the viscosity ratio of feed and bottom?

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  • Kehinde Oyeyinka we have AGO,gold and crude oil for supply now i fyou are interested kindly send us an e mail : kecioilz@gmail.com

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    RL Blogs:

    A Timeline Of Crude Oil Trading

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    A snapshot of crude trading flow from the perspective of a trading company.

     

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    RL Blogs:

    Condensate Naphtha Forum 2018

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    Opportunities and challenges for the condensate and naphtha industry.

     

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    RL Blogs:

    How Traders Should Buy And Sell Refinery Gasoil

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    Understanding the fundamental market and quality drivers behind refinery gasoil pricing is key to maximizing value capture.

     

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    • Sarp: Very useful information on the economics of VGO. Well done. More

       

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    • Pavol FehĂ©r: It is a good material, however, I recommend to add RHC (residue hydrocrack) process, too. There... More

       

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    RL Blogs:

    5 Steps To Properly Value Hydrogen At Your Refinery

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    Hydrogen is one of the most valuable commodities at a refinery, but many do not know how to value it properly.

     

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  • Muhammad Irfan Shahzad Dear Members, Can anyone share his experience of PENEX ISOM unit troubleshooting that was being faced at the time of new unit start up & their remedies. Thanks.

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  • Tim Ganger Does anyone have experience cleaning air cooler/fin fan tubes with dry ice? We have always prepared tubes by hydroblasting at 20 ksi or 40 ksi but this method was recently brought up. We will be performing IRIS scans on some of the tubes, so I am curious if the dry ice cleaning method is adequate to prepare for this inspection technique. Looking forward to hearing what others have experienced.

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