July 2013

Special Report: Refinery of the Future

Recover value through recycled oil-bearing materials

The ability to recycle byproducts as feedstocks, rather than discard them as wastes, helps optimize refining efficiency and presents the potential for substantial environmental and economic benefits. ..

Hopper, S., Veolia Water Americas

The ability to recycle byproducts as feedstocks, rather than discard them as wastes, helps optimize refining efficiency and presents the potential for substantial environmental and economic benefits. Robust recycling solutions, particularly in the face of diversified crude slates, will help refineries keep pace with shifting production and refining requirements as unconventional resources experience heavy growth in North America. This alternative thinking has resulted in economic advantages gained by efficiently processing millions of barrels containing oily residuals each year, while reducing chemical, maintenance, disposal and transportation costs. Along with an increase in a more variabl

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