This technology can deliver 90 per cent conversion of vacuum residue to transportation fuels while minimising by-products.
What does VR stand for?
VR stands for Vacuum Residue
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5 million tonnes per annum of vacuum residue of Oman Export Blend crude to produce Deasphalted Oil (DAO) and asphalt for road bitumen production.
5 million metric tonnes per annum of vacuum residue of Oman Export Blend crude to manufacture deasphalted oil and asphalt for road bitumen production.
The SDA process efficiently separates heavy vacuum residue by density and molecular weight instead of the more traditional boiling point method.
Heavy crudes ([less than or equal to] 20[degrees]API) yield large amount of residual fractions such as atmospheric residue (AR, initial boiling point, IBP > 343[degrees]C) and vacuum residue (VR, IBP > 500[degrees]C) as shown in Figure 1 (Boduszynski, 2002).