Reference Wall Charts

  Gas Processing Chart 2005

A schematic of the Gas Processing industry from wellhead to end product. Includes projections for the industry in 2005 from the 2005 HPI Market Data Book and five representative processes ( LPG recovery, Liquefin, LNG Liquefaction/Import, Sulferox and Gas-To-Liquids (GTL)) in the style and format of the 2004 Gas Processing Handbook.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.5" wide by 26" tall, printed on 70 lb. paper. Suitable for mounting or framing. Multiple copies available at a discount, contact our Reprints Department atreprints@gulfpub.com.

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  Refining Processes Wall Chart 2005

The 2005 Refining Processes Wall Chart from Hydrocarbon Processing. A flow chart of a modern refinery showing a typical configuration with six representative processes (hydrogen generation, fluid catalytic cracking, solvent deasphalting, delayed coking, visbreaking, wet gas scrubbers and alkylation) in the style and format of the 2004 Refining Process Handbook.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.5" wide by 24" tall, printed on 70 lb. paper. Suitable for mounting or framing. Single copies are $44.95 plus appropriate shipping and handling. Multiple copies available at a discount, contact our Reprints Department at reprints@gulfpub.com.

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  Refining Advanced Process Control Wall Chart 2005

A schematic of a modern refinery and seven advanced control flowcharts for various operations including: blending and movement automation; hydrotreating; lube oil plant; alkylation; crude unit; delayed coker and FCC unit multivariable process control in the style and format of the 2003 Advanced Control and Information Systems Handbook published by Hydrocarbon Processing.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.5" wide by 24" tall, printed on 70 lb. paper. Suitable for mounting or framing. Single copies are $44.95 plus appropriate shipping and handling. Multiple copies available at a discount, contact our Reprints Department at reprints@gulfpub.com.

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  LNG Chart

The potential for the growth of LNG in North America in the last 30 years has changed substantially. The main drivers are the increase in demand for gas-fired electric power generation, marginal costs of domestic gas production is increasing leading to a fundamental shift in long term gas prices from averages around $3 per million metric Btu (MMBtu) to $4.70 per MMBtu. This demand and price growth, coupled with improvements in LNG process technology lowering the expense of producing LNG and the development LNG Liquefaction terminals in the Atlantic basin is leading to a boom in planned LNG import, storage and regasification terminals in North America.

Since the LNG industry grew originally to meet demand in Asia and Europe where there was considerable interest in decreasing shipping and transportation expenses by increasing the Btus, ethane and propane were left in the LNG. This will need to be processed after regasification in North America to remove from the LNG streams before pipeline transport leading to a need for additional gas processing facilities.

Hydrocarbon Processing will publish with its August 2004 issue, a wall chart showing LNG import, storage and regasification terminals, both current and planned in North America, with process flow charts from the 2004 Gas Processes Handbook for the Phillips optimized cascade LNG processs and the Liquefin process from Axens. Also included are graphic rrepresentations for regional LNG imports at proposed new terminals and expansions and the locations of over 40 expansions or new facilities.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.25" wide by 24.5" tall. Single copies are $39.95 plus appropriate shipping and handling. Multiple copies available at a discount, contact our Reprints Department atreprints@gulfpub.com.

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  Natural Gas Processing Wall Poster 2003

The Definitive Source for Natural Gas Processing

A schematic of the Gas Processing industry from wellhead to end product. Includes projections for the industry in 2003 from the 2003 HPI Market Data Book and four representative processes ( Sulfur recovery, Gas Processing Plant, Measurement Refined Products, LNG Liquefaction, LNG Import, Storage and Regasification Terminal) in the style and format of the 2002 Gas Processing Handbook. It will be mailed rolled and is 37.5" wide by 26" tall, printed on 70 lb. paper. Suitable for mounting or framing.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.25" wide by 24.5" tall. Single copies are $39.95 plus appropriate shipping and handling. Multiple copies available at a discount, contact our Reprints Department atreprints@gulfpub.com.

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  Petrochemical Processes Wall Chart 2006

Petrochemical Processes Wall Chart by Hydrocarbon Processing based on the 2005 Petrochemical Processes Handbook

This wall chart feature a flow chart for light olefins and derivatives with sample processes and market information about the developing opportunities in an industry that is poised for an upturn.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.5" wide by 26" tall, printed on 70 lb. paper. Suitable for mounting or framing. Multiple copies available at discount, contact our Reprints Department atreprints@gulfpub.com.

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Petrochemical Processes Wall Chart 2006

  Petrochemical Processes Wall Chart 2004

Petrochemical Processes Wall Chart by Hydrocarbon Processing based on the 2003 Petrochemical Processes Handbook

This wall chart feature a flow chart for light olefins and derivatives with sample processes and market information about the developing opportunities in an industry that is poised for an upturn.

Hydrocarbon Processing will publish with its August 2004 issue, a wall chart showing LNG import, storage and regasification terminals, both current and planned in North America, with process flow charts from the 2004 Gas Processes Handbook for the Phillips optimized cascade LNG processs and the Liquefin process from Axens. Also included are graphic rrepresentations for regional LNG imports at proposed new terminals and expansions and the locations of over 40 expansions or new facilities.

It will be mailed rolled and is 37.5" wide by 26" tall, printed on 70 lb. paper. Suitable for mounting or framing. Multiple copies available at discount, contact our Reprints Department atreprints@gulfpub.com.

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Petrochemical Processes Wall Chart 2004

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