Traditionally, sulfur removal has been accomplished through hydrotreating
- Sulfur Removal to Very Low Levels
- Low Octane Loss
- Very Low Volume Loss
- Cycle Lengths to Match FCC Unit
- Low Hydrogen Usage
- Ability to Use Low Purity Hydrogen
- Competitive Capital and Operating Costs
Traditionally, sulfur removal has been accomplished through hydrotreating. Treating lighter portions of the FCC stream can, however, result in hydrogenation and resultant octane loss. By overcoming the conflicting goals of sulfur removal and olefin retention, Fuels Technology developed a more selective process that can economically and efficiently produce low sulfur gasoline.
Phillips Petroleum - Fuels Technology, Keeler Avenue, Bartlesville, OK 74004. Tel: 918-661-1949; Fax: .