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Monday, 20 Nov 2017

Dynamic Simulation for Desulphurisation Plants (with Motor Oil Hellas)

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The new, strict environmental constraints for gas and diesel relate mainly to the sulphur content, which, for European Union, has to be decreased to 50ppm after 2005. To reach this specific low standard, and to prepare for the even lower standard of 10ppm that is required by 1st January 2009, refineries have to apply new technologies, in order to increase the total yield of pyrolysis and hydrodesulphurization processes, to reduce the sulphur content of the fuels they produce. The most useful and proven method to produce ultra low sulphur fuels, is through hydrotreatment, both HydroCracking (MHC) and HyDroTreating (HDT) Reactors, where pyrolysis and desulphurization respectively are accomplished.

Dynamic Simulation for Desulphurisation Plants (Motor Oil Hellas)