Catalyst evaluation using an ARCO pilot unit on north sea atmospheric residue
Book chapter, 2010

At the end of the 1970s Statoil cracked a North Sea atmospheric residue for the first time in M. W. Kellogg’s circulating pilot unit in Texas [1]. This pilot unit was quite large, with a capacity of one barrel a day. The test in this pilot unit was very successful and showed that North Sea atmospheric residues were very suitable feedstocks for a residue fluid catalytic cracker, and that North Sea atmospheric residues gave very promising product yields.

Author

Sven-Ingvar Andersson

Applied Surface Chemistry

T. Myrstad

Statoil

Advances in Fluid Catalytic Cracking: Testing, Characterization, and Environmental Regulations

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Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences

Chemical Process Engineering

Geosciences, Multidisciplinary

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