hydrodesulfurization

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hydrodesulfurization

[‚hī·drō·dē‚səl·fə·rə′zā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
A catalytic process in which the petroleum feedstock is reacted with hydrogen to reduce the sulfur content in the oil.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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International Resource News-13 January 2010-Shell Oil to close hydrodesulfurisation unit in Deer Park(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Shell Oil, the United States-based subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS), is planning to close a hydrodesulfurisation unit in Deer Park, Texas, according to regulatory filing.
- Maintenance of Basra lube oil plant - Increasing refining capacity Building central refinery; Meeting rise in demand Upgrading southern and northern for middle distillates and refineries gasoline and surplus in in fuel oil Improving products Isomerisation, hydrodesulfurisation specification and meeting units & improving lubricants quality environmental concerns
- Maintenance of Basra lube oil plant Increasing refining capacity Building central refinery; Meeting rise in demand Upgrading southern and northern for middle distillates and refineries gasoline and surplus in fuel oil Improving products Isomerisation, hydrodesulfurisation specification and meeting units & improving lubricants quality environmental concerns
Meeting rise in demand Upgrading southern and northern for middle distillates and refineries gasoline and the surplus in fuel oil production Improving products Isomerisation, hydrodesulfurisation specification and meeting units & improving lubricants quality environmental concerns