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resid

[rə′zid]
(materials)
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Earlier this year, BASF announced the commercial launch of Borotec, the newest evolution of its resid oil Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) catalysts portfolio.
It exceeds the performance and characteristics that made BASF's Flex-Tec and Fortress products leaders in the resid oil market.
BP PLC (NYSE: BP), a United Kingdom-based oil and gas company, has started the process of restarting resid hydrotreater unit train 400 at its oil refinery in Texas City, according to filing to Texas state environmental regulators.
Once the refinery removes the naturally occurring fuels from the crude oil, the vacuum resid goes through the VRSH process, which breaks down those typically too-large and unused molecules to make the various transportation fuels.
When RESID is included and DCG/HCC is excluded from the model, we find evidence of endogeneity as indicated by the statistically significant coefficients of RESID in both parts of the model (p-values less than 6 and 5 percent, respectively).
It exceeds the performance and characteristics that made BASFs Flex-TecTM and FortressTM products leaders in the resid oil market.
International Resource News-13 April 2010-BP to restart Texas City refinery Monday, resid maintenance ongoing(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Resid has some complications in its use because it is hard to transport and causes more environmental problems when burned, but its lesser price keeps it in demand, especially for large power producers.
Contract Awarded for Antwerp Northwest Europe Resid Upgrade Project Revamp and Offsites facilities