Deasphalting Technologies - Oil and Gas TOE

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Maximum removal of asphaltic material, including high molecular weight metallic contaminants, from a hydrocarbonaceous charge stock is achieved with the aid of deasphalting technologies. The deasphalted oil (DAO) can be used in production of marine fuels and in hydrocracking activities. In comparison to visbreaking and gasification processes, deasphalting acts as a low-cost strategy, which is currently being adopted. Improvising the process design to make it more flexible has been the key research focus area. The North American market is very attractive in terms of new product development, and globally the technology has stirred a wide number of end users across both oil and gas and transportation industries. I

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Deasphalting Technologies - Oil and Gas TOEAdvances in Deasphalting TechnologiesA Solvent Deasphalting (SDA) Technology to Process Heavy ResiduesResiduum Oil Supercritical Extraction (ROSE) Technology to Process Deasphalted OilsLow-cost Bottom-of-the-barrel Upgrading Deasphalting ProcessAn Optimized Separation Process for DAO and AsphaltenesLow-sulfur Bunker Fuels from an Attractive SDA ProcessUsing Solid Adsorbents for Deasphalting Heavy Hydrocarbon FeedstocksA Modeling Study to Test Interaction of Metals and Asphaltene Vacuum Residue Upgrading for Easier Solvent RecoveryStrategic InsightsStrategic InsightsStrategic Insights (continued)Key PatentsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Industry ContactsIndustry Contacts

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