OEA53P-An Overview of Fuel Blending Economics

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Two variables that make a refinery unique: capability and capacity. Fuel blending and its optimization provide more complexity but better capacity and capability to a refinery. This topic will discuss refinery complexity, world crude oil refining capacity, types of crude classifications, intermediate refining processes, typical refinery configurations, etc.

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Two variables make a refinery unique: capability and capacity. Fuel blending and its optimization provide more complexity but better capacity and capability to a refinery. This drive to increase efficiency is one of the most critical components in achieving a financially feasible refining process. This topic will discuss refinery complexity, Nelson complexity factors, EDC and Nelson complexity index, a typical small refinery configuration with 10-25 KBD, world crude oil refining capacity, worldwide refining capacity distribution from oil to consumers, types of crude classifications, types of the refinery, intermediate refining processes, typical refinery configurations, etc.

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