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Hydrocracking of Athabaska Bitumen

Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology.

Hydrocracking of Athabaska Bitumen

Effect of Coal-Base Catalyst on Pilot Plant Operation.

by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
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SeriesCANMET report -- 77-35
ContributionsKhulbe, C.P., Pruden, B.B., Denis, J.M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21891501M

The Athabasca oil sands, also known as the Athabasca tar sands, are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and nates: 57°01′N °39′W / °N . In-Situ Upgrading and Recovery Enhancement of Athabasca Bitumen by Ultra-Dispersed Nanocatalysts by Rohallah Hashemi A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY DEPARTEMENT OF CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM ENGINEERING CALGARY, .

The Long Lake oil sands upgrader project is an in situ oil extraction project near Anzac, Alberta, 40 km (25 mi) southeast of Fort McMurray in the Athabasca oil sands region of Alberta.. The project is owned and operated by CNOOC Petroleum North America, formerly known as Nexen.. Long Lake is an integrated steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) site which produ barrels per day (6, Location: Anzac. The catalytic upgrading experiment was performed on Athabasca bitumen recovered from core by mechanical extraction. It consisted of a hydrocracking process using an ultra-dispersed (UD) NiWMo nanoscale catalyst (Galarraga, ), obtained from water-in-bitumen emulsion of the transition metals.

Book — 6 volumes: illustrations ; 28 cm. Summary. pt. 1. The effect of feed dilution on the thermal hydrocracking of Athabasca bitumen; pt. 2. The catalytic hydrocracking of Athabasca bitumen; pt. 3. The effect of mineral matter on the thermal and catalytic hydrocracking of Athabasca bitumen; pt. 4. Catalyst de-activation with bitumens from. Catalytic hydrocracking of topped Athabasca bitumen was investigated in a continuous stirred-basket reactor using a fresh and a spent commercial catalyst as well as in the presence of no catalyst. A continuous lumping model was used for kinetic analysis of hydrodesulfurization reactions. The normalized boiling point was used to describe the.


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Hydrocracking of Athabaska Bitumen by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology. Download PDF EPUB FB2

NiWMo submicronic catalysts from emulsified metallic aqueous solutions were tested for Athabasca bitumen upgrading. The experiments were performed in a batch reactor ( mL capacity) at a total pressure of MPa, a stirring speed of rpm, reaction times of Cited by: Athabasca bitumen was hydrocracked under the following conditions: °C, psig ( MPa) initial hydrogen pressure and one hour residence time at °C in presence of an oil-soluble mixed catalyst of nickel and molybdenum naphthenates (50 ppm of each metal).

The hydrocracked liquid product was then coked in a laboratory coker at ° by: 2. Handbook on Theory and Practice of Bitumen Recovery from Athabasca Oil Sands– Volume 1: Theoretical Basis [Masliyah, Jacob H., Xu, Z., Czarnecki, Jan A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Handbook on Theory and Practice of Bitumen Recovery from Athabasca Oil Sands– Volume 1: Theoretical BasisAuthor: Jacob H. Masliyah, Z.

Xu, Jan A. Czarnecki. The hydrocracking of Athabasca bitumen was studied over SiO 2 MoO 3 ( 20wt%), and wt% CoO on SiO 2 MoO 3, and commercially available CoO MoO 3 /Al 2 O 3 catalysts at temperatures in the range – K for 2 h under an initial hydrogen pressure of M Pa in a batch reactor.

The reaction products were separated into coke, asphaltenes, resins, aromatics, saturates and by: 5. The product obtained from pure F‐T wax, which contained g/g (80 mass%) of C 5 –C 11 iso‐paraffins, was tested for diluent compatibility with Athabasca bitumen. The P‐value at L/L (30 vol%) dilution wasclose to that of for natural gas by: 1.

Hydrocracking of Athabasca Bitumen Using Submicronic Multimetallic Catalysts at Near In-Reservoir Conditions Article in Energy & Fuels 24(4) March with 65 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Thermal cracking of Athabasca vacuum residue (AVR) and Athabasca bitumen (AB) and their maltene fraction was investigated at °C in a closed system, i.e.

autoclave. Bitumen Properties The bitumen sample from Athabasca has API gravitiy of around Fig.7 and Fig.8 show dependency of bitumen density and viscosity on temperature respectively.

It is infered that the bitumen has less mobility at low temperature in original resevoir condition. Fig.9 shows the P- andFile Size: 1MB.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Handbook on theory and practice of bitumen recovery from Athabasca Oil Sands Call Number: TN M37 v Syncrude analytical methods manual for bitumen upgrading Call Number: TP B5 S Syncrude analytical methods for oil sand and bitumen processing Call Number: TP S Hydrocracking Athabasca Bitumen with Alkali Metal Promoted CoO-MoO3-Al2O3 Catalysts Article in The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 57(6) - March with 14 Reads.

Bitumen derived naphtha and gas oils from the crude unit are also charged to the single stage hydrotreating section of this plant. The second process hydrocracks atmospheric residue in a slurry reactor with a portion of the residue oil recycled to the hydrocracking reactor.

Two-stage hydrotreating is File Size: KB. Conradson Carbon Residue Conversion during Hydrocracking of Athabasca Bitumen: Catalyst Mechanism and Deactivation Emerson C. Sanford Cite this: Energy Fuels9, 3, Cited by:   A series of catalysts were synthesized by incorporating Mo and W active phases promoted with Co, Ni, or Fe, on a mesoporous delaminated vermiculite.

The resulting solids were characterized by X-ray diffraction, temperature-programmed reduction with H2 (TPR-H2), temperature-programmed desorption of ammonia (TPD-NH3), N2 adsorption/desorption isotherms, and Cited by: 1. The catalytic performance of the materials was evaluated in the hydrocracking reaction of Athabasca Bitumen.

The results indicate that the delaminated vermiculite is a promising material as catalytic support with acidity properties and texture which are appropriate for the synthesis of successful catalysts in the hydrocracking reaction of heavy by: 1.

Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Fuel. Vol Is JulyPages Catalytic (Mo) upgrading of Athabasca bitumen vacuum bottoms via two-step hydrocracking and enhancement of Mo–heavy oil interaction. Author links open overlay panel Soumaı̈ne Dehkissia a b. Hydrocracking of the Athabasca bitumen using a batch process produces liquid fuel streams that are highly aromatic.

The results suggest that the use of hydrogen causes stabilization of the reactive. Compared to alumina supported catalysts, for several bitumen hydrocracking reactions, carbon supported catalysts had % greater first order deactivation rate constants, which may have been caused by their % greater initial turnover : M.A.

Altajam, J.F. Kriz, M. Ternan. Key words: Oil Sand, Bitumen, Hydrocracking, Catalyst, TGA INTRODUCTION An enormous amount of potential bitumen resources are avail-able worldwide. Refining of bitumen to lighter and more valuable liquid products is essential to substitute for conventional petroleum.

Athabasca bitumen deposits in northeastern Alberta Canada are one. The current state of knowledge on the fundamentals of bitumen recovery from Athabasca oil sands using water‐based extraction methods is reviewed. Instead of investigating bitumen extraction as a black box, the bitumen extraction process has been discussed and analyzed as individual steps: Oil sand lump size reduction, bitumen liberation Cited by:.

In this study, three commonly used isoconversional methods, namely: Ozawa–Flynn–Wall (OFW), Kissinger–Akahira–Sunose (KAS), and the advanced non-linear integral method of Vyazovkin (NLN) were employed for the first time for calculating the activation energy for thermal cracking of Athabasca bitumen under inert conditions.

Thermal cracking of Athabasca bitumen was carried out Cited by:   Purchase Catalysts in Petroleum RefiningVolume 53 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.However, they stated that different effects may be obtained in reactors of different configurations. The present work is an examination of the effects of particle size and the suiphiding of CoO-MoO^/Ai^O^ catalysts in the hydrocracking of Athabasca bitumen.

EXPERIMENTAL The experimental apparatus has been described previously^.Cited by: