March 2009

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: North America

     Total's refinery in Port Arthur, Texas, recently added some equipment as part of an ongoing $2.2 billion upgrade. The upgrade, known as the Deep Conversion Project, includes ..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

     Total's refinery in Port Arthur, Texas, recently added some equipment as part of an ongoing $2.2 billion upgrade. The upgrade, known as the Deep Conversion Project, includes a 50,000-bpd coker, a desulfurization unit, a vacuum distillation unit and other related units. The new units will add 3 million tpy of ultra-low-sulfur diesel to the refinery's current production. The project should be complete in 2011.   Enerkem Inc.'s plant in Westbury, Quebec, Canada, recently entered a startup phase with the production of its clean-conditioned syngas. Construction on the plant began in October 2007 and the facility was mechanically complete in December 2008. Once t

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