March 2018

Process Optimization

Dynamic simulation of integrated syngas, O2 and steam networks for a gasification complex—Part 2

Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) operates the world’s largest refinery complex, with a combined crude processing capacity of 1.24 MMbpd that is split between two refineries: a Domestic Tariff Area (DTA) refinery and a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) refinery in Jamnagar, India.

Dadhich, V., Karvekar, N., Mathew, T., Reliance Technology Group, Reliance Industries Ltd.; Bhattad, G., Saxena, M., Kodolikar, P., Honeywell Automation India Ltd.

Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) operates the world’s largest refinery complex, with a combined crude processing capacity of 1.24 MMbpd that is split between two refineries: a Domestic Tariff Area (DTA) refinery and a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) refinery in Jamnagar, India. RIL is constructing a gasification project in Jamnagar to produce syngas, to supply feeds for hydrogen (H2) production, for power and steam, and for synthetic natural gas (SNG) for process heaters. Gasification generates syngas from petcoke, to satisfy the Jamnagar refinery complex’s energy demand, on a competitive and cost-effective basis, compared to LNG imports. The gasification complex consists of various process plant

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