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585324000 To produce unsaturate 89
20130211166PROCESS FOR PREPARING BUTADIENE AND/OR BUTENES FROM N-BUTANE - The process for preparing butadiene from n-butane comprises the steps of 08-15-2013
20130211165Hydrocarbon Pyrolysis Method - Disclosed is a pyrolysis reaction process. The process can be advantageously accomplished using a pyrolysis reactor that has a primary reaction zone comprised of bed packing having multiple passages through the bed packing and a secondary reaction zone having an open flow arrangement. The process includes a step of injecting a pyrolysis feed comprising a first hydrocarbon into the primary reaction zone to produce a primary pyrolysis product containing unsaturated hydrocarbon. A reactive feed comprising a second hydrocarbon is injected into the secondary reaction zone to mix with the primary pyrolysis product and produce a secondary pyrolysis product.08-15-2013
20100076238Production of Fuel from Co-Processing Multiple Renewable Feedstocks - A process for producing a fuel or fuel blending component from co-processing at least two different classes of renewable feedstocks, is presented. One feedstock comprises glycerides and free fatty acids in feedstocks such as plant and animal oils while the other feedstock comprises biomass derived pyrolysis oil. The source of the animal or plant oil and the biomass may be the same renewable source.03-25-2010
20100152509Fuel Produced From a Biomass - The present invention relates to a method of production of a fuel containing at least one hydrocarbon from a biomass, comprising the steps of: -A) chemical decomposition of the biomass in a solvent to at least one chemical intermediate compound chosen from the group consisting of a hexose, a pentose and a derivative of lignin, or a combination thereof, optionally produced together with at least one other target chemical, to form a first solution; - B) complete reduction of the first solution with a reducing agent to at least one hydrocarbon to form a fuel; wherein the steps A) and B) are performed below 300° C.06-17-2010
20120142985PREPARATION OF ISOBUTENE BY DISSOCIATION OF MTBE - The invention relates to a method for producing isobutene by cracking MTBE, wherein the following steps are carried out: a) MTBE synthesis; reacting isobutene-containing hydrocarbon mixtures (II) with methanol (III), contained in one or more methanol-containing streams (VIII, IX), on acidic ion exchangers obtaining a stream (IV) containing MTBE and TBA, b) MTBE separation; separating a stream (V) containing MTBE and TBA from stream (IV) by means of distillation, c) MTBE cracking; cracking the stream (V) on a heterogenic catalyst in the gas phase, thus obtaining a stream (VI) which contains at least isobutene, methanol, MTBE, water, and optionally TBA, d) isobutene separation; separating the stream (VI) by means of distillation, thus obtaining a stream (VII) containing more than 50 mass % of the amounts of methanol, TBA, and water contained in stream (VI), and a stream (XVII) containing isobutene, e) water separation; separating, water from the stream (VII) to below 1 mass % by means of distillation, thus obtaining a stream (VIII), f) recirculating; complete or partial recirculation of the methanol-containing stream (VIII) into the MTBE synthesis. The invention further relates to a tube bundle device comprising the following elements: i) tube bundle, ii) tube bottom, iii) deflection plates, iv) inner shell, iv) pressure bearing outer shell, comprising at least one inlet and outlet, vi) shell chamber, comprising a fluid releasing or absorbing heat, characterized in that the inner shell is connected to the deflection plates attached over the length of the tube bundle without a gap, or with a small gap, and is connected to the tube bottom, wherein the fluid present in the shell chamber encloses the inner shell on both sides.06-07-2012
20100268007PROCESS FOR CONVERTING AN OXYGENATE INTO AN OLEFIN-CONTAINING PRODUCT, AND REACTOR SYSTEM - A process for converting an oxygenate to an olefin-containing product, wherein oxygenate is contacted with an oxygenate conversion catalyst in a reactor system comprising two or more serially arranged riser reactor stages to obtain a riser reactor effluent from each stage, wherein each riser reactor stage comprises a single riser reactor or a plurality of parallel riser reactors, such that at least part of the riser reactor effluent of a preceding riser reactor stage is fed into a subsequent riser reactor stage, and wherein oxygenate is added to a plurality of the riser reactor stages; and a reactor system comprising two or more serially arranged riser reactor stages wherein the first of the two or more serially arranged riser reactor stages has a smaller total cross-sectional area than at least one of the subsequent riser reactor stages.10-21-2010
20110301393Two Stage Oxygenate Conversion Reactor with Improved Selectivity - A process and apparatus is presented for the improved selectivity of oxygenate conversion to olefins. The process includes passing a process stream through a two stage reactor, wherein the process stream is separated from the catalyst in the first stage before passing the process stream to the second stage. The catalyst is continuously passed through the two stages, and cycles through a regeneration unit to control the carbon content on the catalyst.12-08-2011
20090198090Process for the Production of Ethylene - The invention relates to a process for the production of ethylene, comprising the steps of a) thermally converting, by a pyrolysis or a partial oxidation process, a feed charge containing methane into an acetylene containing effluent, and b) in situ hydrogenating, by a non-catalytic reaction, the acetylene produced in the first step into ethylene by intimately mixing the acetylene containing effluent with an ethane feed.08-06-2009
20080312481Propylene production - A process for producing propylene from ethylene and a feed stream comprising 1-butene, 2-butene, n-butane, and isobutane is disclosed. A butenes stream (1-butene and 2-butene) is produced from the feed stream by removing the paraffins. The butenes stream is reacted in the presence of an isomerization catalyst to produce an isomerized stream with increased concentration of 2-butene. The isomerized stream is reacted with ethylene in the presence of a metathesis catalyst to produce a reaction mixture comprising propylene; the propylene may be isolated from the reaction mixture by distillation. The removal of paraffins from the feed stream improves the catalyst productivity and the plant throughput.12-18-2008
20090292151Oxygenate Conversion to Olefins With Metathesis - A processing scheme and system for enhanced light olefin production, particularly for increased relative yield of propylene, involves oxygenate conversion to olefins and subsequent oxygenate conversion effluent stream treatment including cross-metathesis of 1-butene with 2-butene, metathesis of 2-butene with ethylene, conversion or removal of at least a portion of the isobutene, and/or isomerization of at least a portion of 1-butene to 2-butene to produce additional propylene. The processing scheme and system may further involve a reaction with distillation column for the metathesis of butenes with ethylene to produce propylene and/or a reaction with distillation column for the conversion of isobutenes with an oxygenate-containing material to produce a tertiary ether or alcohol.11-26-2009
20090030251Use of Olefin Cracking to Produce Alkylate - A process for producing a feedstock for gasolines having very little aromatic concentrations is disclosed. The present process uses by-product olefins and alkanes to produce an alkylate for use in gasoline blending.01-29-2009
20110224470PROCESS FOR PREPARING LOWER HYDROCARBONS FROM GLYCEROL - The present invention relates to a process of preparing hydrocarbons from oxygenated hydrocarbons by use of at least two catalysts.09-15-2011
20100274063PROCESS FOR PRODUCING OLEFINS - The present invention discloses a process for producing olefins from petroleum saturated hydrocarbons. The process of the present invention comprises: contacting a preheated petroleum saturated hydrocarbons feedstock with a dehydrogenation catalyst in a dehydrogenation reaction zone of a reaction system to obtain a petroleum hydrocarbon stream containing unsaturated hydrocarbon compounds, in which the dehydrogenation reaction has a conversion rate of at least 20%; and contacting the obtained petroleum hydrocarbon stream containing the unsaturated hydrocarbon compounds with olefins cracking catalyst in an olefin cracking zone of the reaction system to obtain a product stream containing olefins with a reduced number of carbon atoms.10-28-2010
20100261940PROCESS FOR PRODUCING LIGHT OLEFINS FROM SYNTHESIS GAS USING DUAL SEQUENTIAL BED REACTOR - The present invention relates to a process for producing light olefins from a synthesis gas with significantly improved conversion and selectivity for C10-14-2010
20100240938PROCESS FOR PRODUCING TRIPTANE - A process for producing triptane and/or triptene from methanol and/or one or more derivatives thereof, and optionally one or more further alcohols and/or derivatives thereof at a temperature in the range of from 150 to 400° C., in the presence of a zeolite catalyst having Brønsted acidity, in which all the carbon atoms in the triptane and/or triptene are derived from the methanol and/or one or more derivatives thereof and the optional further alcohols and/or derivatives thereof, the zeolite catalyst being selected from: i. zeolites having frameworks comprising silicon and aluminium atoms at a Si:Al mole ratio of greater than (2), which zeolites also have a channel structure comprising a ring size of (12) or more non-oxygen atoms in (2) or (3) dimensions; and ii. zeolites having frameworks comprising silicon and aluminium atoms, and which have a framework ring comprising (12) or more non-oxygen-atoms accessible on the external surface of the zeolite and a pore structure in which all of the channels have a ring-size of less than (12) non-oxygen atoms. There is also described a process for producing triptane and/or triptene wherein the zeolite catalyst is zeolite X, the reaction composition additionally comprises a C09-23-2010
20100145120Production of Propylene and Ethylene from Butane and Ethane - The present invention relates to a process for the selective production of olefins from light hydrocarbons comprising: 06-10-2010
20100197985PROCESSES FOR MAKING ETHANOL FROM ACETIC ACID - A process for selective formation of ethanol from acetic acid by hydrogenating acetic acid in the presence of first metal, a silicaceous support, and at least one support modifier. Preferably, the first metal is selected from the group consisting of copper, iron, cobalt, nickel, ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium, platinum, titanium, zinc, chromium, rhenium, molybdenum, and tungsten. In addition the catalyst may comprise a second metal preferably selected from the group consisting of copper, molybdenum, tin, chromium, iron, cobalt, vanadium, tungsten, palladium, platinum, lanthanum, cerium, manganese, ruthenium, rhenium, gold, and nickel.08-05-2010
20120245400PRODUCING ALPHA-OLEFINS - Methods for producing alpha-olefins. The methods include selectively isomerizing an alpha-olefin to a mixture of beta-olefins and ethenolyzing at least a portion of the mixture of beta-olefins to an alpha-olefin.09-27-2012
20130217939PROCESS FOR PRODUCING LIGHT OLEFINS BY USING A ZSM - 5 - BASED CATALYST - The present invention relates to a catalyst composition useful in a process for producing lower olefins from a oxygenate feedstream, a process for producing said catalyst composition and a process for producing lower olefins comprising contacting a oxygenate feedstream with the catalyst composition M08-22-2013
20130217938PROCESSES FOR CONVERTING HYDROGEN SULFIDE TO CARBON DISULFIDE - Processes for forming carbon disulfide from a gas stream containing hydrogen sulfide. A gaseous stream comprising lower molecular weight alkanes and hydrogen sulfide may be contacted with sufficient bromine at a temperature of from about 250° C. to about 530° C. to convert substantially all of said hydrogen sulfide to carbon disulfide. The gaseous stream may contain from about 0.001 to about 20 mol % hydrogen sulfide. The molar ratio of bromine to hydrogen sulfide may be about 2:1.08-22-2013
20090112030METHOD FOR OLEFIN PRODUCTION FROM BUTANES - Systems and processes for producing one or more olefins are provided. In one or more embodiments, a C04-30-2009
20090112031METHOD FOR OLEFIN PRODUCTION FROM BUTANES USING A CATALYST - Systems and processes for producing one or more olefins are provided. In one or more embodiments, a feed stream containing butane can be dehydrogenated to provide a first product containing butene. At least a portion of the first product can bypass an existing etherification reactor used for converting isobutylene to MTBE. At least a portion of the first product can be cracked using a catalytic cracker at conditions favoring the conversion of the first product to propylene to provide a second product containing propylene, ethylene, and butane. In one or more embodiments, a catalyst consisting of essentially a zeolite favoring the production of propylene can be used in the catalytic cracker.04-30-2009
20110112347PROCESS TO PREPARE AN OLEFIN-CONTAINING PRODUCT OR A GASOLINE PRODUCT - Process to prepare an olefin-containing product or a gasoline product from a solid carbonaceous feedstock by performing the steps of (a) feeding an oxygen comprising gas and the carbonaceous feedstock to a burner firing into a reactor vessel, which burner is preferably positioned horizontal, (b) performing a partial oxidation of the carbonaceous feedstock in said burner to obtain a stream of hot synthesis gas and a liquid slag, (c) cooling the hot synthesis gas by direct contacting with a liquid water-containing cooling medium, (e) performing a water shift reaction on at least part of the synthesis gas, to obtain a synthesis gas effluent, (g) performing an oxygenate synthesis using the synthesis gas effluent of step (e), to obtain a methanol and/or dimethylether containing oxygenate effluent and a first liquid water-rich by-product, (h) converting the oxygenate effluent to an olefin-containing product or a gasoline product and a second liquid water-rich by-product, wherein at least part of the first and/or second liquid water-rich by-product is used in step c), forming at least part of the liquid water-containing cooling medium.05-12-2011
20130137909FLUIDIZED CATALYTIC CRACKING OF PARAFFINIC NAPHTHA IN A DOWNFLOW REACTOR - A process for producing a product stream consisting primarily of the lower olefins ethylene, propylene and butylenes, and of gasoline is provided. The process includes cracking a mixture of paraffinic naphtha feedstream and regenerated catalyst in a downflow reactor. The reaction product stream is separated from the spent catalyst and subsequently fractionated into individual product streams, while the spent catalyst is regenerated and recycled.05-30-2013
20110172476INTEGRATED PROCESS AND APPARATUS TO PRODUCE HYDROCARBONS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF LACTONES, HYDROXY-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS, ALKENE-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS, AND/OR ALCOHOLS - A process for producing hydrocarbons, especially C07-14-2011
20110034746HYDROCARBON CONVERSION PROCESSES USING UZM-29 AND UZM-29HS CRYSTALLINE ZEOLITIC COMPOSITIONS - This invention relates to hydrocarbon conversion processes using UZM-29 and UZM-29HS zeolitic compositions. The UZM-29 zeolites are represented by the empirical formula:02-10-2011
20110130604SYSTEM AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING LINEAR ALPHA OLEFINS - Processes and systems for producing linear alpha olefins are described herein. One embodiment is a process comprising: a) separating a mixed butene stream comprising 1-butene and 2-butene into an overhead 1-butene stream and a bottoms 2-butene stream in a butene distillation column, a portion of the bottoms 2-butene stream being separated to form a butene reboiler stream that is heated and vaporized in a reboiler and returned to the butene distillation column, (b) subjecting at least a portion of the overhead 1-butene stream from (a) to catalytic metathesis to produce an effluent including 3-hexene, (c) isomerizing 3-hexene from (b) to produce a mixed hexene stream comprising 1-hexene, 2-hexene and 3-hexene, (d) separating the mixed hexene stream in a hexene fractionation tower to form a 1-hexene vapor overhead stream that is condensed in a cooler and a bottoms stream comprising 2-hexene and 3-hexene, and (e) using heat obtained by condensing the 1-hexene vapor overhead stream of (d) to heat the butene reboiler stream of (a). Another embodiment is a superfractionation process. Corresponding systems are also disclosed.06-02-2011
20090326293PROCESS FOR PRODUCING LIGHT OLEFINS FROM A FEED CONTAINING TRIGLYCERIDES - The process combines hydroconversion and catalytic cracking starting from a feed containing triglycerides, at concentrations of fatty acids above 85%, which maximizes the yields of light olefins, chiefly ethylene and propylene, while reducing the yield of gasoline, with conversion greater than 80 wt. %.12-31-2009
20110245560Olefin Metathesis Reactant Ratios Used with Tungsten Hydride Catalysts - Processes for olefin metathesis, for example for the production of propylene, utilize a catalyst comprising a solid support and a tungsten hydride bonded to alumina present in the support. Conversion, selectivity, and/or catalyst stability advantages may be realized when a first olefin reactant (e.g., ethylene) is present in the hydrocarbon feedstock at a stoichiometric deficit relative to a second, higher carbon number olefin reactant (e.g., butylene).10-06-2011
20100249473Oxidative Coupling of Hydrocarbons as Heat Source - A process for the coupling of hydrocarbons and utilizing the heat energy produced by the reaction is disclosed. In one embodiment the process can include reacting methane with oxygen to form a product stream containing ethane and further processing the ethane to ethylene in an existing ethylene production facility while using the heat energy produced by the reaction within the facility.09-30-2010
20090030252Integration of Olefin Cracking with Metathesis to Increase Light Olefins Production - A process for increasing the propylene yields for hydrocarbon cracking processes. The process includes adding using alkylation of the C4s coming from the hydrocarbon cracker, and passing larger olefins to an olefin cracking unit.01-29-2009
20090112032METHOD FOR OLEFIN PRODUCTION FROM BUTANES AND CRACKING REFINERY HYDROCARBONS - Systems and processes for producing one or more olefins are provided. A feed comprising butane can be dehydrogenated to provide a first product comprising butene. The first product can bypass an etherification reactor for converting isobutylene to methyl tert-butyl, and at least a portion of the first product can be cracked in a first cracking zone and fractionated to provide an olefinic mixture comprising propylene, ethylene, and butane. A refinery hydrocarbon comprising gas oil, full range gas oil, resid, or a combination thereof can be cracked in a second cracking zone and quenched to provide a quenched hydrocarbon. The olefinic mixture and the quenched hydrocarbon can be combined and selectively separated to provide a propylene product and a butane recycle.04-30-2009
20120302808Conversion of Propane to Propylene - A process is disclosed that includes brominating a C11-29-2012
20100305377PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF AN OLEFIN - An olefin is prepared from an alkyl alcohol in a process, comprising the steps: a) converting the alkyl alcohol into a dialkylether over a first catalyst, to yield a dialkylether product stream containing alkyl alcohol, dialkylether and water; b) separating the dialkylether product stream into a vaporous dialkylether-rich stream and a liquid water-containing stream which water-containing stream comprises at most 5% wt of alkyl alcohol, based on the total weight of water and alkyl alcohol; and c) converting the vaporous dialkylether-rich stream to an olefin over a second catalyst, wherein the dialkylether product stream is enriched with a base.12-02-2010
20110137096Process to Make Olefins from Ethanol - The present invention relates to a process for the conversion of ethanol to make essentially ethylene and propylene, comprising: 06-09-2011
20100063337REACTOR FOR PRODUCING C2- TO C8- OLEFINS FROM A MATERIAL FLOW CONTAINING OXYGENATE, WATER VAPOR AND ONE OR MORE HYDROCARBONS - The invention relates to a reactor for the production of C03-11-2010
20110306811PROCESSES FOR PRODUCING LIGHT OLEFINS - A process for producing at least one light olefin, comprising converting three raw materials in the presence of at least one catalyst comprising at least one molecular sieve and regenerating said at least one catalyst into three separate product streams.12-15-2011
20120209044SELECTIVE ISOMERIZATION AND OLIGOMERIZATION OF OLEFIN FEEDSTOCKS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TURBINE AND DIESEL FUELS - A process from converting alcohol feedstock to diesel/turbine fuels.08-16-2012
20120010451PROCESS FOR OBTAINING HIGH-PURITY 1-BUTENE FROM C4 HYDROCARBON MIXTURES - A process is described for obtaining high-purity 1-butene starting from C01-12-2012
20110105815Process to Make Olefins from Ethanol - The present invention relates to a process for the conversion of ethanol to make essentially ethylene and propylene, comprising: 05-05-2011
20100204530Preparing A Light-Olefin Containing Product Stream from an Oxygenate-Containing Feed Steam Using Reactors Directing a Flow of a Fluidized Dual-Function Catalyst System - The present invention provides a reactor system for converting an oxygenate-containing feed stream to an olefin-containing product stream. The system includes: (1) a first fluidized catalytic reactor for converting methanol to propylene, the first reactor having a fluidized catalyst system comprising a first catalyst and a second catalyst; (2) a second fluidized catalytic reactor communicating with the first fluidized catalytic reactor for cracking heavy olefins having four carbon atoms or greater into propylene, the second reactor having the fluidized catalyst system; (3) wherein the first catalyst is a non-zeolite molecular sieve catalyst; and (4) wherein the second catalyst is a zeolite molecular sieve catalyst.08-12-2010
20120071701Integration of Cyclic Dehydrogenation Process with FCC for Dehydrogenation of Refinery Paraffins - A process for increasing light olefin yields from the fluidized catalytic cracking process. The process combines small units to treat the paraffinic components in the product streams from the fluidized cracking process. The paraffins are dehydrogenated and light olefins are separated. Heavier olefins are passed to an olefin cracking unit for increasing the yields of ethylene and propylene.03-22-2012
20110065969METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OXIDATIVELY INCREASING CETANE NUMBER OF HYDROCARBON FUEL - High energy (e.g., ultrasonic) mixing of a liquid hydrocarbon feedstock and reactants comprised of an oxidation source, catalyst and acid yields a diesel fuel product or additive having substantially increased cetane number. Ultrasonic mixing creates cavitation, which involves the formation and violent collapse of micron-sized bubbles, which greatly increases the reactivity of the reactants. This, in turn, substantially increases the cetane number compared to reactions carried out using conventional mixing processes, such as simple mechanical stirring. Alternatively, an aqueous mixture comprising water and acid can be pretreated with an oxidation source such as ozone and subjected to ultrasonic cavitation prior to reacting the pretreated mixture with a liquid hydrocarbon feedstock.03-17-2011
20120316374OLEFIN METATHESIS PROCESS USING A CATALYST CONTAINING TUNGSTEN FLUORINE BONDS - A process for the metathesis of olefins has been developed. The process comprises contacting a hydrocarbon feedstock with a catalyst at metathesis conditions. The catalyst comprises a tungsten compound, which contains at least one tungsten-fluoro bond, dispersed or grafted onto a support. A specific example of the catalyst is the compound WOF(CH12-13-2012
20120083634Adsorbent Regeneration in Light Olefin Recovery Process - A process is presented for the regeneration of adsorbent beds in the light olefin recovery process. The process uses gas generated in the methanol to olefins process to regenerate adsorbent beds. The gas removes the need for external gases, and the gas can be used in the periodic purging of the methanol to olefins reactor.04-05-2012
20100292520PROCESS FOR PRODUCING ALKENES OXYGENATES BY USING SUPPORTED HETEROPOLYACID CATALYSTS - The present invention relates to a supported heteropolyacid catalyst, to a process for producing alkenes from oxygenates in the presence of said catalyst, and to the use of said catalyst in a process for producing alkenes from oxygenates at a higher productivity whilst reducing the formation of alkanes.11-18-2010
20120271085METHOD FOR PRODUCING DISTILLATE FROM A HYDROCARBON FEED, COMPRISING ALCOHOL CONDENSATION - The invention relates to a method for converting a hydrocarbon feed containing C3-C10 olefins into a distillate, whereby the quantities of olefins having a chain length that is too short can be reduced in order to be exploited (typically C10 or even less) and the C10+ molecule yields can be increased, while controlling the exothermicity of the oligomerisation reactions. This effect is obtained by oligomerising the hydrocarbon feed in the presence of at least one part of the products resulting from the pre-conversion, by means of condensation, of light oxygen molecules (comprising at least one alcohol having at least two carbon atoms) which can originate from biomass.10-25-2012
20120271086PROCESS FOR REACTING ISO-ALKANE TO MAKE NAPHTHA AND MIDDLE DISTILLATE - A process for reacting an iso-pentane, comprising:10-25-2012
20120101320PROCESS TO PREPARE OLEFINS FROM ALIPHATIC ALCOHOLS - A process to prepare an olefin from its corresponding alcohol is improved by reacting, under reaction conditions including a first temperature, an aliphatic alcohol and, optionally, diluent water, to form a reaction product including at least a dialkyl ether. The product is then reacted again, under higher temperature to complete the dehydration of the dialkyl ether to the desired olefin. This process is particularly suitable to prepare ethene from ethyl alcohol. The stepped temperature scheme serves to reduce the formation of byproduct aldehydes, which in turn reduces coke formation, fouling, and the need to handle large amounts of water, thereby lowering energy and capital costs.04-26-2012
20100168488FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING SYSTEM AND PROCESS - One exemplary embodiment can be a fluid catalytic cracking system. Generally, the fluid catalytic cracking system includes a first reaction vessel and a second reaction vessel. The first reaction vessel may contain a first catalyst having pores with openings greater than about 0.7 nm and a second catalyst having pores with smaller openings than the first catalyst. What is more, the second reaction vessel may contain the second catalyst. Generally, at least a portion of the second catalyst is directly communicated with the first reaction vessel.07-01-2010
20100168487Propylene production - A propylene production process is disclosed. The process comprises (a) reacting a feed stream comprising isobutene in the presence of a skeletal isomerization catalyst to obtain an isomerized stream comprising C07-01-2010
20130023709CATALYSTS FOR PETROCHEMICAL CATALYSIS - Metal oxide catalysts comprising various dopants are provided. The catalysts are useful as heterogenous catalysts in a variety of catalytic reactions, for example, the oxidative coupling of methane to C2 hydrocarbons such as ethane and ethylene. Related methods for use and manufacture of the same are also disclosed.01-24-2013
20080228019Method for Obtaining Raw -1,3-Butadiene - The invention relates to a method for obtaining raw-1,3-butadiene by extractive distillation with a selective solvent from a C09-18-2008
20130178676METHODS FOR PRODUCING LIGHT OLEFINS - Methods for producing light olefins are provided. An exemplary method includes providing an oxygenate compound capable of converting to light olefins in a catalytic reaction or to a clean reaction intermediate compound of the catalytic reaction and converting the oxygenate compound to the clean reaction intermediate compound in a chemical reaction. The chemical reaction produces a gas-phase product comprising the clean reaction intermediate compound, unconverted oxygenate, and a reaction byproduct. The method further includes cooling the gas-phase product to condense unconverted oxygenate and reaction byproduct while maintaining the clean reaction intermediate compound in a gas phase and separating the clean reaction intermediate compound, the unconverted oxygenate, and the reaction byproduct into a first stream including the clean reaction intermediate compound and a second stream including the unconverted oxygenate and the reaction byproduct. Still further, the method includes contacting the first stream with a catalyst configured for producing light olefins.07-11-2013
20130102823METHOD FOR PRODUCING OLEFINS - The present invention provides a method to produce olefins by the decarboxylation of organic carboxylic acids in the presence of an organopalladium catalyst.04-25-2013
20080200740PROCESS FOR CONVERTING GASEOUS ALKANES TO OLEFINS AND LIQUID HYDROCARBONS - A process for converting gaseous alkanes to olefins and higher molecular weight hydrocarbons wherein a gaseous feed containing alkanes is reacted with a dry bromine vapor to form alkyl bromides and hydrobromic acid vapor. The mixture of alkyl bromides and hydrobromic acid are then reacted over a synthetic crystalline alumino-silicate catalyst, such as an X or Y type zeolite, at a temperature of from about 250° C. to about 500° C. so as to form olefins, higher molecular weight hydrocarbons and hydrobromic acid vapor. Various methods are disclosed to remove the hydrobromic acid vapor from the higher molecular weight hydrocarbons and to generate bromine from the hydrobromic acid for use in the process.08-21-2008
20110313221FLEXIBLE PROCESS FOR TRANSFORMATION OF ETHANOL INTO MIDDLE DISTILLATES IMPLEMENTING A HOMOGENEOUS CATALYTIC SYSTEM AND A HETEROGENEOUS CATALYTIC SYSTEM - The invention describes a process for the production of middle distillate hydrocarbon bases from an ethanol feedstock that is produced from a renewable source that is obtained from biomass, comprising a stage for purification of said feedstock, a stage for dehydration of said purified feedstock into an effluent that is for the most part ethylene and comprises water, at least one stage for separating water, a first stage for oligomerization of the effluent that is for the most part ethylene into at least one olefinic effluent that comprises at least 80% by weight of olefins that have four or more carbon atoms, in the presence of a homogeneous catalyst that comprises at least one bivalent nickel compound, whereby a second oligomerization stage produces middle distillate hydrocarbon bases in the presence of an amorphous or zeolitic catalyst that has at least pore openings that contain 10 or 12 oxygen atoms, producing middle distillate hydrocarbon bases, and a fractionation stage.12-22-2011
20130245348PRODUCTION OF PROPYLENE VIA SIMULTANEOUS DEHYDRATION AND SKELETAL ISOMERISATION OF ISOBUTANOL ON ACID CATALYSTS FOLLOWED BY METATHESIS - The present invention relates to a process for the production of propylene in which in a first step isobutanol is subjected to a simultaneous dehydration and skeletal isomerisation to make substantially corresponding olefins, having the same number of carbons and consisting essentially of a mixture of n-butenes and iso-butene and in a second step n-butenes are subjected to methathesis, said process comprising: 09-19-2013
20120029255PROCESS FOR CONVERTING A HEAVY FEED INTO GASOLINE AND PROPYLENE, HAVING AN ADJUSTABLE YIELD STRUCTURE - The present invention describes a process for conversion of a heavy feed, having high flexibility as regards the production of propylene and gasoline. The process uses a catalytic cracking unit followed by a unit for oligomerization of C3/C4 olefins, C4 or C4/C5 olefins depending on the selected production. The process of the invention encompasses cases in which catalytic cracking is carried out in a single reactor or in two distinct reactors, each reactor possibly functioning in riser or dropper mode.02-02-2012
20130197288PROCESS FOR THE CONVERSION OF SYNTHESIS GAS TO OLEFINS - The present invention relates to a process for converting a gas mixture comprising CO and H08-01-2013
20130253243METHODS FOR PRODUCING LINEAR PARAFFINS AND OLEFINS FROM NATURAL OILS - A method for producing a linear paraffin includes providing a natural oil in a feed stream, deoxygenating the natural oil to form a stream comprising paraffins, purifying the stream comprising paraffins to form a purified stream comprising paraffins, and separating a first fraction of paraffin product from the purified stream comprising paraffins. A method for producing a linear olefin includes providing a natural oil in a feed stream, deoxygenating the natural oil to form a stream comprising paraffins, dehydrogenating the stream comprising paraffins to form a stream comprising olefins, purifying the stream comprising olefins to form a purified stream comprising olefins, and separating a first fraction of olefin product from the purified stream comprising olefins.09-26-2013
20130211167CATALYTIC CONVERSION METHOD FOR IMPROVING PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION - The present invention relates to a catalytic conversion process for improving the product distribution, characterized in that a feedstock oil of good quality is contacted with a hot regenerated catalyst having a lower activity in a reactor to carry out a cracking reaction, the reaction product is separated from the spent catalyst to be regenerated, then the reaction product is fed into a separation system, and the spent catalyst to be regenerated is stripped, regenerated and recycled in the process. The isobutene content in the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) produced by the process is increased by a factor of more than 30%, and the olefin content in the gasoline composition may be increased to more than 30 wt. %. The product distribution is optimized, and the yields of dry gas and coke are decreased, so as to sufficiently utilize the petroleum resources.08-15-2013
20130261362COPROCESSING OF BIOFEEDS WITH BULK MIXED METAL CATALYSTS - This invention relates to methods for deoxygenation utilizing bulk metal catalysts feedstocks derived in part or whole from biological sources and alternatively, further hydrotreatment processing of such deoxygenated feedstocks. Feedstocks containing bio-derived feed components, and preferably additionally mineral oil feed components, are deoxygenated in a first stage or zone using a bulk metal catalyst. In additional embodiments, the deoxygenated feedstock effluent from the deoxygenation stage is further subjected to a hydrodesulfurization stage or zone.10-03-2013
585325000 Having triple bond 1
20130178677METHOD AND A SYSTEM FOR CONVERTING CARBON DIOXIDE INTO CHEMICAL STARTING MATERIALS - A method and apparatus convert carbon dioxide into chemical starting materials. Carbon dioxide is isolated from flue gas emitted by a combustion system. An electropositive metal is burned in an atmosphere of isolated carbon dioxide to reduce the carbon dioxide into chemical starting materials.07-11-2013
585326000 Polyolefin 11
20090054713Method for preparing polyolefinic bases of synthetic oils - The invention relates to a method for the preparation of the polyolefinic bases of synthetic oils by the cationic oligomerization of olefinic feedstock and can be used in the petrochemical industry. A new method for the preparation of the polyolefinic bases of synthetic oils has been developed, which comprises the steps of conditioning olefinic feedstock, preparing and dosing in a reactor, solutions and suspension of the components of a catalytic system Al(O)—HCl-TBCh, isomerizing alpha-olefins and oligomerizing higher olefins and mixtures thereof under the action of the catalytic system Al(O)—HCl-TBCh, separating spent catalyst, dividing an oligomerizate into fractions and hydrogenating the fractions separated under the action of a catalyst Pd(0.2% w)/A1203+NaOH. The invention provides the improvement of all steps of the method elaborated. For the corrosive activity of products to be removed, a method further comprises a step of the dechlorination of oligomerizate present chlorine-containing oligoolefins with metallic aluminum, triethyl aluminum, alcohol KOH solutions or the thermal dehydrochlorination of chlorine-containing polyolefins in the absence or presence of KOH. For improvement of method technico-economic indices owing to an increase in the yield of polyolefin target fractions having a kinetic viscosity of 2-8 cSt at 100° C., the method further comprises a step of the thermal depolymerization of restricted consumable high molecular polyolefins with a kinetic viscosity of 10-20 cSt at 100° C. to target polyolefins with a kinetic viscosity of 2-8 cSt at 100° C.02-26-2009
20110034747Process and system for the production of isoprene - Disclosed herein is a process for producing isoprene that includes reacting a mixed C02-10-2011
20110034748OLIGOMERIZATION OF PROPYLENE TO PRODUCE BASE OIL PRODUCTS USING IONIC LIQUIDS-BASED CATALYSIS - We provide a process, comprising: 02-10-2011
20100331591Olefin Oligomerization Process - In a process for oligomerizing an olefinic hydrocarbon feedstock comprising at least 65 wt % olefins and/or sulfur-containing molecules, the feedstock is contacted under oligomerization conditions with (a) a first unidimensional 10-ring molecular sieve catalyst and (b) a second multidimensional crystalline molecular sieve catalyst. The first and second catalysts may be contained in separate reactors or as separate beds in a single reactor.12-30-2010
20110306812PROCESS FOR THE COOLIGOMERIZATION OF OLEFINS - In a process for the cooligomerization of olefins, an olefin starting material comprising olefins having n carbon atoms and olefins having 2n carbon atoms is reacted over an olefin oligomerization catalyst to give a reaction product. The process is carried out under such conditions that the conversion of olefins having 2n carbon atoms is less than 10%. Both the cooligomer having 3n carbon atoms and the olefin having 2n carbon atoms which has been separated off from the reaction product have a high hydroformylatability.12-15-2011
20120209045Diesel and Jet Fuels Based on the Oligomerization of Butene - A renewable biofuel based on a highly efficient batch catalysis methodology for conversion of 1-butene to a new class of potential jet fuel blends. By tuning the catalyst and then using the dimer produced, the carbon use is about 95% or greater. This latter point will be particularly important in the future, where the source of raw materials (i.e., biomass/biofeedstock) is limited. Also noteworthy, the batch catalysis approach disclosed requires a minimal input of energy and hydrogen to make fuels that possess useful flash points, coldflow properties, and solution density/energy content. This new process affords a saturated hydrocarbon fuel that has a high solution density and thus possesses a higher calculated power density (per volume) than similar fuels made by the GTL Fischer-Tropsch processes. It is emphasized that this abstract is provided to comply with the rules requiring an abstract that will allow a searcher or other reader to quickly ascertain the subject matter of the technical disclosure. It is submitted with the understanding that it will not be used to interpret or limit the scope of the claims.08-16-2012
20120232319Process and System for the Production of Isoprene - Disclosed herein is a process for producing isoprene that includes reacting a mixed C09-13-2012
20110004038PROCESS TO MAKE BASE OIL FROM THERMALLY CRACKED WAXY FEED USING IONIC LIQUID CATALYST - We provide a process for making a base oil, comprising: a) selecting an olefin feed produced by thermal cracking of a waxy feed; b) oligomerizing the olefin feed in an ionic liquid oligomerization zone at a set of oligomerization conditions to form an oligomer; and c) alkylating the oligomer in the presence of an isoparaffin, in an ionic liquid alkylation zone, at a set of alkylation conditions to form an alkylated oligomeric product having a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. of 6.9 mm01-06-2011
20130253244Process to Produce Improved Poly Alpha Olefin Compositions - This invention is directed to a two-step process for the preparation of improved poly alpha olefins wherein the first step involves oligomerizing low molecular weight linear alpha olefins in the presence of a single site catalyst and the second step involves oligomerization of at least a portion of the product from the first step in the presence of an oligomerization catalyst. The dimer product from the first oligomerization is characterized by a tri-substituted vinylene olefin content of at least 25 wt %.09-26-2013
585327000 From O compound feed or intermediate 2
20110166400DIADEHYDE COMPOUND, PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF, AND SYNTHETIC METHOD OF CAROTENOIDS USING THE SAME - The novel C dialdehyde compound which can be efficiently utilized in the synthesis of carotenoid compounds based on the sulfone chemistry, the preparation method of the same, and the expeditious and practical synthetic processes for lycopene and β-carotene by the use of the above novel compound are disclosed. The syntheses of lycopene and β-carotene are characterized by the processes of the coupling reaction between two equivalents of geranyl sulfone or cyclic geranyl sulfone and the above C dialdehyde, the functional group transformation reactions of the diol in the resulting C 40 coupling products to X's (either halogens or ethers), and the double elimination reactions of the functional groups of the benzenesulfonyl and X to produce the fully conjugated polyene chain of the carotenoids.07-07-2011
20100317908Integrated Dimethyl Ether Recovery From An Oxygenate-To-Olefins Process And Production Of Polypropylene - Provided is a method of producing polypropylene comprising contacting an oxygenate stream with a molecular sieve to form an olefin stream comprising propane, propylene and dimethylether; introducing the olefin stream into a propylene rectification tower possessing from less than 200 theoretical stages; withdrawing from the propylene rectification tower a bottom stream comprising dimethylether, a sidestream comprising propane, and an overhead stream comprising propane and propylene; introducing the overhead to a condenser to accumulate a propylene-rich stream; passing the propylene-rich stream to a splitter to produce (i) a first propylene stream that is introduced into a polypropylene reactor to contact a polyolefin catalyst, and (ii) a second propylene stream that is re-introduced into the rectification tower, the first and second propylene streams introduced at a desirable ratio; and recirculating the dimethylether stream to contact the molecular sieve.12-16-2010
585329000 Including polymerization of olefin 14
20090292152Series Catalyst Beds - The invention relates to series reactor beds containing different oligomerization catalysts and having independent temperature control, and processes for the oligomerization of light olefins to heavier olefins using such series reactor beds.11-26-2009
20110065970DIMERIZATION PROCESS - A process for the dimerization of isoolefins is disclosed. The process may include: contacting an isoolefin with sulfurous acid in a reaction zone at conditions of temperature and pressure sufficient to dimerize at least a portion of the isoolefin03-17-2011
20110118518Process for Obtaining a Catalyst Composite - A process for obtaining a catalyst composite comprising the following steps:05-19-2011
20120209046SELECTIVE ISOMERIZATION AND OLIGOMERIZATION OF OLEFIN FEEDSTOCKS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TURBINE AND DIESEL FUELS - A process from converting alcohol feedstock to diesel/turbine fuels.08-16-2012
20130172647PROPYLENE PRODUCTION PROCESS - Processes and systems for forming propylene are described herein. The processes generally include reacting a metathesis feed stream including at least 95 wt. % 2-butene with ethylene in the presence of a metathesis catalyst to form a metathesis product stream including propylene, and recovering propylene from the process.07-04-2013
20130131416PROCESS FOR PREPARING OLIGOMERS OF BUTENE - Process for preparing oligomers by continuous oligomerization of butenes, wherein 05-23-2013
20130158321PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF OCTENES BY DIMERIZING ETHYLENE TO FORM BUTENES AND DIMERIZING THE BUTENES TO FORM OCTENES - The present invention describes a process for the production of octenes from ethylene by dimerizing ethylene to butenes and by dimerizing butenes to octenes.06-20-2013
20130204058COMBINED PROCESS TO MAKE OLEFINS FROM ISOBUTANOL - The present invention relates to a process for the conversion of an alcohols mixture (A) comprising about 20 w % to 100% isobutanol to make essentially propylene, comprising: 08-08-2013
20120095275Production of 1-Butene and Propylene From Ethylene - A process for producing propylene and 1-butene is disclosed. The process comprises dimerizing ethylene in the presence of a dimerization catalyst to produce a dimerization mixture comprising 1-butene and 2-butenes. The dimerization mixture is distilled to produce a 1-butene stream containing 1-butene and ethylene, a 2-butenes stream, and a heavy stream. The 2-butenes stream is reacted with ethylene in the presence of a metathesis catalyst to produce a metathesis mixture comprising propylene, ethylene, and 2-butenes. Propylene is separated from the metathesis mixture.04-19-2012
585330000 And a preliminary unsaturation step, e.g., cracking, dehydrogenation, etc. 5
20090203946Process for making higher olefins - A process is disclosed for making higher olefins by oligomerization of a lower olefin e.g ethylene, to higher olefins, using catalytic distillation conditions. Simultaneously and interdependently, the lower olefin is catalytically oligomerized to higher olefins, and said higher olefins are separated and recovered as liquid.08-13-2009
20100249474Process for Oligomerizing Dilute Ethylene - The process and apparatus converts ethylene in a dilute ethylene stream that may be derived from an FCC product to heavier hydrocarbons. The catalyst may be an amorphous silica-alumina base with a Group VIII and/or VIB metal. The catalyst is resistant to feed impurities such as hydrogen sulfide, carbon oxides, hydrogen and ammonia. At least 40 wt-% of the ethylene in the dilute ethylene stream can be converted to heavier hydrocarbons.09-30-2010
20120165586IONIC LIQUID CATALYZED OLEFIN OLIGOMERIZATION FOR DISTILLATE PRODUCTION - Processes for upgrading condensate in a first hydrocarbon stream to provide distillate material may involve ionic liquid catalyzed olefin oligomerization of olefins in the first hydrocarbon stream to provide a first distillate enriched stream, dechlorination of the first distillate enriched stream, hydroprocessing at least one of a second and a third hydrocarbon stream to provide a second distillate enriched stream, and separation of a distillate product from the first and second distillate enriched streams.06-28-2012
20130158322POLYMER TEMPLATED NANOWIRE CATALYSTS - Nanowires useful as heterogeneous catalysts are provided. The nanowire catalysts are prepared by polymer templated methods and are useful in a variety of catalytic reactions, for example, the oxidative coupling of methane to ethane and/or ethylene. Related methods for use and manufacture of the same are also disclosed.06-20-2013
20130204059PROCESS TO MAKE OLEFINS FROM ISOBUTANOL - The present invention relates to a process for the conversion of an alcohols mixture (A) comprising about 20 w % to 100% isobutanol to make essentially propylene, comprising: 08-08-2013

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