fluid coking

fluid coking

[¦flü·əd ¦kōk·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A thermal process utilizing the fluidized solids technique for continuous conversion of heavy, low-grade petroleum oils into petroleum coke and lighter hydrocarbon products.
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THE WOODLANDS, Texas, July 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CB&I(NYSE:CBI) today announced it has been awarded a five-year contract valued at approximately $50 million to provide maintenance and construction services for a fluid coking unit in Alberta, Canada.
The fluid coking process is used at a very large scale by Syncrude Canada to convert up to 5.
Major process units include a fluid coking unit, a fluid catalytic cracking unit, a hydrocracking unit with a hydrogen plant, a continuous catalytic reformer, two alkylation units, and several hydrotreating units.
Thermal conversion processes: visbreaking, delayed coking, fluid coking and flexi coking.