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European refiner makes significant processing advancements

07.01.2013  |  Romanow, Stephany,  Hydrocarbon Processing Staff, Houston, TX

Keywords: [Europe] [desulfuization] [clean fuels] [Eruo4] [catalsyt] [hydrocracking] [construction]

At the Sannazzaro de’ Burgondi refinery, Eni is moving forward with leading-edge technological breakthroughs to produce “clean” transportation fuels. This refinery has a balanced 190,000 bpd of capacity with a conversion index of 78%. It is among the most efficient facilities operating in Europe. Located in the Po Valley, this refinery supplies the transportation fuel markets in Northwestern Italy and Switzerland. With a high degree of flexibility and conversion capacity, the Sannazzaro refinery has the capability to process a wide range of feedstocks. From a logistical standpoint, this refinery is located along the route of the Central Europe Pipeline, which links the Genoa terminal with French-speaking Switzerland.

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