October 2015

Advances in Sulfur Management Supplement

Varied solutions to the challenges of sulfur management

As governments impose progressively stringent limits on the sulfur content of fuels, the refining industry and the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) are increasing their focus on sulfur removal to maximize profits from sulfur-rich oil and gas resources.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

As governments impose progressively stringent limits on the sulfur content of fuels, the refining industry and the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) are increasing their focus on sulfur removal to maximize profits from sulfur-rich oil and gas resources. Sulfur content is a key quality determinant for many petroleum products. Awareness of sulfur content impacts processing and assists in compliance with government regulations. These regulations not only apply to emissions from the refining complex itself, but also on the products produced by the refinery. Many standards have been developed to monitor sulfur limits, and they define acceptable levels ranging from road fuels to heavy fuel oi

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