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Honeywell's UOP Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO) Unionfining (TM) process to provide better quality and higher yields of FCC gasoline with lower yields of FCC light and heavy cycle oils within the FCC unit.
Vacuum gas oil from the facility will also be converted to diesel and lube base oils using UOP's UnicrackingM) technology and fuels dewaxing technology provided by an alliance between Honeywell's UOP and ExxonMobil Research & Engineering Company (EMRE).
Tugs nudged the BW Seine alongside the stricken Genmar Companion and began to remove vacuum gas oil.
Waxy vacuum gas oil molecules flow to the hydrocracker to begin conversion.
According to UOP, the alliance will look to provide customers a broad portfolio of process and catalyst offerings for middle distillate hydrotreating, vacuum gas oil hydrotreating, mild hydrocracking, hydrocracking, and fixed-bed residue hydrotreating.
The processing agreement with SB, as recently amended, requires AIRI to refine, for a fee, SB's crude oil into naphtha, distillates, vacuum gas oil and asphalt, and addresses, among various issues, specific performance by SB regarding continuous deliveries of crude oil to the refinery.
European producers, in contrast, which rely on heavier crude oil-based feedstocks such as naptha and vacuum gas oil (VGO), continue to see a feedstock cost disadvantage.
All of its fuel oil exports, of 300,000-400,000 tonnes a month on average, including high-value refining feedstock such as vacuum gas oil (VGO) and straight-run parcels, have been transacted in the spot market during this period and it did not sign any term deals this year.