January 2006

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: North America

ConocoPhillips is installing its proprietary S Zorb sulfur removal technology (SRT) at its Wood River, Illinois, refinery, representing the fourth company-owned site to utilize the gasoline desulfuriz..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

ConocoPhillips is installing its proprietary S Zorb sulfur removal technology (SRT) at its Wood River, Illinois, refinery, representing the fourth company-owned site to utilize the gasoline desulfurization technology. The new 32,000-bpd unit, which is being designed for a flexible feedstock slate, is targeted for completion in early 2007. This is claimed to be the largest refinery in the ConocoPhillips refining system with a crude processing capacity of 306,000 bpd. The Wood River facility will revamp its kerosine hydrotreater, reusing existing equipment to develop a low capital-cost SRT unit. Lurgi AG, a GEA Group subsidiary, has a contract with Panda Energy to build what is claimed to be

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