Heavy And Extra-heavy Oil Upgrading Technologies

Paperback | April 25, 2013

byJames G. SpeightEditorJames G. Speight

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Unconventional reservoirs of oil and gas represent a huge additional global source of fossil fuels. However, there is much still to be done to improve techniques for their processing to make recovery and refining of these particular energy sources more cost-effective. Brief but readable, Heavy and Extra-heavy Oil Upgrading Technologies provide readers with a strategy for future production the up-stream and upgrading the down-stream . The book provides the reader with an understandable overview of the chemistry and engineering behind the latest developments and technologies in the industry as well as the various environmental regulations. Clear and rigorous, Heavy and Extra-heavy Oil Upgrading Technologies will prove tool for those scientists and engineers already engaged in fossil fuel science and technology as well as scientists, non-scientists, engineers, and non-engineers who wish to gain a general overview or update of the science and technology of unconventional fossil fuels in general and upgrading technologies in particular. The use of microorganisms and a number of physical methods, such as ultrasound, median microwave, cold plasma, electrokinetic and monocrystalline intermetallics, etc., will be discussed for the first time. Overview of the chemistry, engineering, and technology of oil sands Microorganisms and a number of physical methods such as ultrasound, median microwave, cold plasma, electrokinetic and monocrystalline intermetallics Evolving and new environmental regulations regarding oil sands production processes

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Unconventional reservoirs of oil and gas represent a huge additional global source of fossil fuels. However, there is much still to be done to improve techniques for their processing to make recovery and refining of these particular energy sources more cost-effective. Brief but readable, Heavy and Extra-heavy Oil Upgrading Technologies...

Dr. Speight is currently editor of the journal Petroleum Science and Technology (formerly Fuel Science and Technology International) and editor of the journal EnergySources. He is recognized as a world leader in the areas of fuels characterization and development. Dr. Speight is also Adjunct Professor of Chemical and Fuels Engineering ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:April 25, 2013Publisher:Gulf Professional PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0124045707

ISBN - 13:9780124045705

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Table of Contents

Part One Primary Upgrading Technologies

  1. Visbreaking
  2. Delayed Coking
  3. Fluid Coking and Flexicoking
  4. Fluid Catalytic Cracking
  5. Hydroconversion
  6. Part Two Secondary Upgrading Technologies

  7. Hydrocracking
  8. Hydrotreatment for Bitumen-Derived Liquids
  9. Part Three Enhanced Upgrading

  10. Solvent Deasphalting and Supercritical Extraction
  11. Gasification
  12. Hydrovisbreaking and Fast Pyrolysis

Editorial Reviews

"Written in plain language, this slim book explains the different processes for refining heavy feedstocks, highlighting recent improvements in thermal cracking, catalytic cracking, catalytic hydrotreating, hydrocracking, and solvent processes."--Research and Reference Book News, August 2013