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Crude Blending and Desalting

The following are some of the crude blending and desalting unit operations, practices and daily trouble-shooting techniques shared by leading refining professionals at recent conferences around the world. More information on plant operations and practices can be found in Hydrocarbon Publishing Company's quarterly technology newsletter Worldwide Refining Processing Review.

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CEM Unit revamps
  • Gazprom Neft completes modernization of AR deep conversion complex. The Russian firm has announced that it has completed a RUB 6B ...More
  • L&T Oman wins EPC contract for Sohar coke facility. Larsen & Toubro Oman has announced that ...More
  • KBR to license ROSE technology to Shell refinery. Royal Dutch Shell will license a ROSE® ...more

New Products
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  • XOS has announced the worldwide release of Petra MAX™, a new D4294 analyzer with combined analysis of 13 elements from P to Zn. For more information, visit here

  • OMMICA™ from LUX Assure can save time and money with simple, onsite methanol analysis. For more information, visit here

  • Improve crude diet flexibility and increase your profits with the Baker Hughes Crude Oil Management™ approach—a proactive way to overcome the processing challenges of different crude blends. For more information, visit here

  • Baker Hughes' TOLAD™ cold-flow additives enhance the low-temperature handling properties of biofuels, petroleum fuels, residual oils, and crude oils. For more information, visit here