Oil and Gas Technology Alert. Flow Drag Reducers for Heavy and Asphaltenic Crude Oils; Refinery Cogeneration Facility to Boost Energy Efficiency of Plants; Corrosion Inhibitor to Protect Refinery Assets from High Tan Crude Oil Corrosion Failure

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This issue profiles flow drag reducers for heavy and asphaltenic crude oils, a refinery cogeneration facility to boost energy efficiency of plants, and a corrosion inhibitor to protect refinery assets from high tan crude oil corrosion failure.

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Oil and Gas Technology Alert. Flow Drag Reducers for Heavy and Asphaltenic Crude Oils; Refinery Cogeneration Facility to Boost Energy Efficiency of Plants; Corrosion Inhibitor to Protect Refinery Assets from High Tan Crude Oil Corrosion FailureIn This Issue1. FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING UNIT WITH IMPROVED FLEXIBILITY2. FLOW DRAG REDUCERS FOR HEAVY AND ASPHALTENIC CRUDE OILS3. HDPE PIPE OFFERS REDUCED COST AND IMPROVED PERFORMANCE FOR NATURAL GAS GATHERING SYSTEMS4. PIPE REPAIR SYSTEM TO REDUCE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL CORROSION IN OIL AND GAS STEEL PIPES5. UPGRADATION OF ETHYLENE CRACKING UNIT STRENGTHENS REFINERY-PETROCHEMICAL INTEGRATION PROJECT6. REFINERY COGENERATION FACILITY TO BOOST ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF PLANTS7. CORROSION INHIBITOR TO PROTECT REFINERY ASSETS FROM HIGH TAN CRUDE OIL CORROSION FAILURE8. PATENTS




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