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reformate

[rē′fȯr‚māt]
(materials)
Product from a petroleum-refinery reforming process; types are thermal reformate (from thermal reforming), and cat or catalytic reformate (from catalytic reforming).
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Along with naphtha, the new oil refinery will produce diesel fuel with ultra-low sulfur to the amount of 5.95 million metric tons, aviation kerosene - 500,000 metric tons, reformate - 500,000 metric tons, petroleum coke - 630,000 metric tons, liquefied gas - 240,000 metric tons, mixed xylene - 415,000 metric tons, olefin LPG - 75,000 metric tons and 145,000 metric tons of sulfur.
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The upgraded project is to increase the capacity at the refinery to 120,000 barrels per day, facilitate operation of the plant at full capacity and to produce naphtha reformate.
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