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This exhibit will illustrate the chemical and mechanical aspects of the process, and demonstrate how BASF's catalysts are used to break down complex hydrocarbons into a variety of lighter, more desirable products such as gasoline, propylene and light cycle oil.
Saudi Aramco's joint-venture Samref refinery with ExxonMobil exported three 650-cst parcels as well as one combination 700-cst and blend-stock light cycle oil (LCO) cargo for lifting from mid- to late October.
Under the terms of the contract, UOP said it will supply its Unicracking technology, to upgrade light cycle oil (LCO) feedstocks to ULSD and naphtha; its Distillate Unionfining technology, for upgrading coker diesel to ULSD; and its VGO Unionfining technology, for upgrading heavy coker gas oil (HCGO) as FCC feed.
The MIDAS([R])-300 catalyst cracks the very bottom of the oil barrel and converts it into light cycle oil (LCO), a component that is blended into the refinery's diesel pool.
We are also signing a 5-year off-take agreement with Valero for High Sulfur Diesel and Light Cycle Oil that should provide Alon with significant flexibility in terms of the timing of the anticipated refinery upgrades.
The gas turbines can burn multiple fuels, including refinery fuel gas, LPG, hydro-treated light cycle oil (LCO) and/or vacuum gas oil (VGO).
Its technology is also generating similar reductions in light cycle oil, which is a product used within a refinery to produce diesel and other products.
The catalyst-free hydrocarbons are routed to a main fractionator for separation into fuel gas, LPG, gasoline, light cycle oils used in diesel and jet fuel, and heavy fuel oil.