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Mineral oils: processes and products

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
208046000 CHEMICAL CONVERSION OF HYDROCARBONS 876
208177000 REFINING 402
208390000 TAR SAND TREATMENT WITH LIQUID 136
208014000 PRODUCTS AND COMPOSITIONS 134
208400000 BY TREATMENT OF SOLID MINERAL, E.G., COAL LIQUEFACTION, ETC. 73
208308000 FRACTIONATION 41
208039000 ASPHALTS, TARS, PITCHES AND RESINS; MAKING, TREATING AND RECOVERY 37
208024000 PARAFFIN WAX; TREATMENT OR RECOVERY 22
208013000 TREATMENT OF REFINING SLUDGE 5
20090120836FCC-CFE CAT FINE EXTRACTION: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR EXTRACTING CATALYST FINES FROM SLURRY OIL CAT FINE BOTTOMS (SOCFBs) INTO AN AQUEOUS LAYER - A method for separating hydrocarbons from Slurry Oil Cat' Fine Bottoms (SOCFBs) comprising the steps of removing SOCFBs from a slurry oil storage tank and combining the SOCFBs with diluent and water in a Feed Preparation Vessel (FPV) and transferring the SOCFB and water emulsion to a Feed Processing Unit (FPU) in which the SCDM settles into a hydrocarbon layer, an emulsion layer and a water layer containing catalyst particles.05-14-2009
20090101540PROCESS FOR THE CONVERSION OF HEAVY CHARGES SUCH AS HEAVY CRUDE OILS AND DISTILLATION RESIDUES - Process for the conversion of heavy charges such as heavy crude oils, tars from oil sands and distillation residues, by the combined use of the following three process units: hydroconversion with catalysts in slurry phase (HT), distillation or flash (D), deasphalting (SDA), characterized in that the three units operate on mixed streams consisting of fresh charge and recycled streams, by the use of the following steps: 04-23-2009
20100078352Method for treating refinery waste streams in a fluid catalytic cracking unit and an improved catalytic cracking unit for processing refinery waste streams - A method of processing the waste stream includes introducing the waste stream into the Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit such that waste stream is processed within the regenerator unit or in CO boiler unit such that the waste stream and the regenerator flue gas are burned within the regenerator unit or the CO boiler unit. The waste stream contains NH04-01-2010
20090152163SYSTEM FOR TREATING PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL SLOP OIL AND SLUDGE WASTES - An initial chemical composition comprising selected surfactants, dispersants, and degreasers that liquefy, disperse, demulsify, degrease, inhibit corrosion and scale formation, and lower the pour point of a petroleum, coal, Fischer-Tropsch synthesized, or naturally occurring paraffin-based wax and asphaltene. Such a product is capable of converting crystalline wax (paraffin) in, for example, slop oil into an amorphous form of wax at room temperature, allowing the wax to be dissolved in, for example, crude oil without the need for heating, and maintaining it in solution at room temperature, substantially reducing, indeed in some applications, preventing, for example, wax build-up in pipelines, processing and transportation equipment, etc., and the recovery of the hydrocarbons in the slop oil. In a second aspect of the invention, the pre-blend addition of a hydrotrope-demulsifier, a chelating agent and a wax plasticizer can result in a BS&W of zero for the recovered hydrocarbon blend.06-18-2009
20080223751Non Asphaltenic Oil - A reconstituted non-asphaltenic oil Pa comprising at least 28% by weight of naphtha N, having a ratio R of 1.5 or more and a gasoline potential, POTg, in the range 47 to 70, in which: R=(0.9 N+0.5 VGO+)/(MD+0.1 VGO+), POTg=0.9N+0.5 VGO+, with in % by weight: N=naphtha: [30° C./170° C.]; MD=middle distillates: ]170° C./360° C.] and VGO+=fraction boiling above 360° C.09-18-2008
208003000 OXIDATION OF MINERAL OILS 3
20100320118OXIDATION OF ASPHALTENES - A method for processing asphaltenes is disclosed. The method can include separating asphaltenes from an asphaltene-containing composition and oxidizing the separated asphaltenes to form oxidation products. Alternatively, the method can include oxidizing asphaltenes within an asphaltene-containing composition without first separating the asphaltenes. Once formed, the oxidation products can be combined with other hydrocarbons. The amount of oxidation can be limited to an amount sufficient to produce a mixture suitable for the desired application. This method can be used to upgrade asphaltenes from a variety of sources, including oil sands. The oxidation step can be performed, for example, by introducing an oxidizing agent and, in some cases, a catalyst into the asphaltenes. A solvent or miscibility agent also can be introduced to improve mixing between the oxidizing agent and the asphaltenes.12-23-2010
20130026062INTEGRATED SYSTEM AND PROCESS FOR IN-SITU ORGANIC PEROXIDE PRODUCTION AND OXIDATIVE HETEROATOM CONVERSION - An oxidative treatment process, e.g., oxidative desulfurization or denitrification, is provided in which the oxidant is produced in-situ using an aromatic-rich portion of the original liquid hydrocarbon feedstock. The process reduces or replaces the need for the separate introduction of liquid oxidants such as hydrogen peroxide, organic peroxide and organic hydroperoxide in an oxidative treatment process.01-31-2013
20130020232MOLTEN SALT ROLLING BUBBLE COLUMN, REACTORS UTILIZING SAME AND RELATED METHODS - Reactors for carrying out a chemical reaction, as well as related components, systems and methods are provided. In accordance with one embodiment, a reactor is provided that includes a furnace and a crucible positioned for heating by the furnace. The crucible may contain a molten salt bath. A downtube is disposed at least partially within the interior crucible along an axis. The downtube includes a conduit having a first end in communication with a carbon source and an outlet at a second end of the conduit for introducing the carbon material into the crucible. At least one opening is formed in the conduit between the first end and the second end to enable circulation of reaction components contained within the crucible through the conduit. An oxidizing material may be introduced through a bottom portion of the crucible in the form of gas bubbles to react with the other materials.01-24-2013
208002000 PHENOLIC OR TOXIC OILS 2
20080245701SYSTEMS AND METHODS OF PRODUCING A CRUDE PRODUCT - The present invention is directed to a crude product composition. The crude product has, per gram of crude product: at least 0.001 grams of naphtha, the naphtha having an octane number of at least 70, and the naphtha having at most 0.15 grams of olefins per gram of naphtha; at least 0.001 grams of kerosene, the kerosene having at least 0.2 grams of aromatics per gram of kerosene and a freezing point at a temperature of at most −30° C.; and at most 0.05 grams of residue.10-09-2008
20080245700SYSTEMS AND METHODS OF PRODUCING A CRUDE PRODUCT - The present invention is directed to a crude product composition. The crude product composition comprises hydrocarbons that have a boiling range distribution between about 30° C. and 538° C. (1,000° F.) at 0.101 MPa, The hydrocarbons comprise iso-paraffins and n-paraffins, where the weight ratio of the iso-paraffins to n-paraffins is at most 1.4.10-09-2008

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