petroleum coke


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petroleum coke

[pə′trō·lē·əm ‚kōk]
(materials)
A carbonaceous solid material made by the destructive heating of high-molecular-weight petroleum-refining residues.
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The calcined petroleum coke is the major raw material used in the production of carbon anodes used in the aluminium smelting process," Ansari explained.
The sixth and final section of the report forecasts the development of the petroleum coke market in Russia up to 2020.
Here we have a petroleum coke plant that has never been used before that will be 199 megawatts and it is escaping the ministry requirements, or it might, if the ministry does not step in," Julian Holenstein, director of Environment North said.
Coverage of major petroleum coke market in key regions: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, South and Central America, and Middle East and Africa.
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Instead, the process captures nearly all of the impurities found in coal, petroleum coke and biomass and converts them into valuable chemical-grade byproducts, while allowing for the capture and sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2).
This weekly product price report mainly covers the latest and detailed petroleum coke price from various regions and those companies under Sinopec and CNPC and other groups each week.
the leading developer of catalytic gasification technology to convert coal, petroleum coke and biomass into clean natural gas while enabling the capture and sequestration of CO2, today announced that Jerry Oliver, an energy industry veteran with extensive technology development experience and former senior vice president of project development at the FutureGen Industrial Alliance, has joined the company as executive vice president, commercialization.
Project management services, Fluor provide engineering and procurement services (EPS) for RIL s $4bn petroleum coke gasification project.
These energy resources include coal, petroleum coke, biomass and municipal solid waste.
have signed a project development agreement with TransCanada Corporation of Calgary to develop the first polygeneration facility in Canada with the ability to use petroleum coke and incorporate carbon capture and storage.
The government Manitoba is moving ahead with a proposal to ban coal and petroleum coke for heating, with effect from 2014.

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