Fushun Petrochemical Company
Fushun Petrochemical Company
Fushun Petrochemical Company is a refining and petrochemical division of PetroChina. It is located in Fushun, Liaoning province, northeastern China. It is a manufacturer of different petrochemical products, as also catalysts for oil processing and noble metal refining. As of 2006, Fushun Petrochemicals was the world's largest producer of paraffin.In 2008, Fushun Petrochemical started to build a new refining and petrochemical complex in Fushun, Liaoning Province, China. This complex will include an ethylene, a polypropylene and a high density polyethylene plants. These plants are due to become operational by 2010.The plants are fed with oil from PetroChina's Daqing Field and import from Russia. Wikipedia.
Mao C.-F.,Liaoning University |
Li X.-P.,Liaoning University |
Zhao R.-X.,Liaoning University |
Wang X.-L.,Fushun Petrochemical Company
Xiandai Huagong/Modern Chemical Industry | Year: 2017
H3PW12O40@C is prepared by hydrothermal synthesis using the phosphotungstic acid and sucrose as raw materials.The structure of the catalyst is characterized by XRD, SEM and FT-IR.The removal of dibenzothiophene (DBT) in model oil is studied using H3PW12O40@C as catalysts, hydrogen peroxide as oxidant and 1-butyl-3-methylimidazole fluoboric acid salt ionic liquid(IL) as the extractant.The oxidative desulfurization system is optimized.The optimal reaction conditions are 5 mL of model oil, 8 of n(H2O2)/n(S), 0.04 g of H3PW12O40@C, 1.5 mL of IL, 60℃ of reaction temperature and 180 minutes of reaction time.The removal of dibenzothiophene is 81.3%.Meanwhile, catalyst recycling and the mechanism of desulfurization are investigated.The catalyst activity is slightly reduced after 5 cycles. © 2017, China National Chemical Information Center. All right reserved.
Sun G.,Sinopec |
Cai Y.,Fushun Petrochemical Company |
Yao C.,Sinopec |
Petroleum Processing and Petrochemicals | Year: 2017
The combined process consistent of high pressure hydrotreating and hydrofinishing, developed by SINOPEC Fushun Research Institute of Petroleum and Petrochemical, was adopted for the regeneration of waste lubricant oil in a bench scale hydrotreating unit. The oil fraction below 510°C obtained by distillation of waste lubricant was used as hydrotreating feed. The test goal is to retain the majority of high-quality base oil component and simultaneously remove the impurities and saturate the aromatics in the feed. The test results show that at the reaction conditions of pressure of (base+5) MPa, hydrotreating/hydrofinishing reaction temperature of (base+20)°C/(base+10)°C, respectively and liquid volume space velocity of base/(base+1.0) h-1, respectively, and hydrogen/oil volume ratio of 800, the color of produced oil reaches +30, the > 400°C fraction produced has a pour point of -18°C, viscosity (100°C) of 6.856 mm2/s and VI of 100, which can meet the standard requirements of SINOPEC HVI II 6# base oil. The fraction of 320-400°C has a pour point of -23°C with viscosity (100°C) of 3.218 mm2/s and VI of 100, which meets the standard requirements of SINOPEC HVI II 3# base oil or 3# industrial white oil product. The fraction of 280-320°C with pour point of -45°C, viscosity (40°C) of 6.725 mm2/s meets the standard requirements of PetroChina 40# universal transformer oil. The liquid yield of >320°C fraction is more than 80% and the total liquid yield is more than 98%. © 2017, Research Institute of Petroleum Processing, SINOPEC. All rights reserved.
He S.,Dalian National Laboratory for Clean Energy |
Sun C.,Dalian National Laboratory for Clean Energy |
Yang X.,Dalian National Laboratory for Clean Energy |
Wang B.,Fushun Petrochemical Company |
And 2 more authors.
Chemical Engineering Journal | Year: 2010
The chemistry, morphology, and structure character of coke deposited on spent catalysts for long-chain-paraffin (n-C16-19) dehydrogenation and the effect of coke on the surface structure of the catalysts were studied by several characterization techniques: thermogravimetry/differential thermal analysis (TG-DTA), elemental analysis, UV Raman spectroscopy, temperature-programmed oxidation (TPO), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Brunaucr-Emmett-Teller (BET), mercury intrusion porosimetry (MIP) and CO-chemisorption. During the dehydrogenation of n-C16-19, coke gradually accumulates on the surfaces of the catalysts while the coking rate and the H/C mole ratio of the coke decrease. After the times on stream (TOS) of 960h, the coke deposition on the catalysts is up to 6.56wt.%, and the H/C mole ratio of the coke is only 0.86. The coke is graphited or amorphous nature and contains conjugated olefinic species and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). The coke causes a significant deactivation of the active sites. As compared with the fresh catalysts, the surface area, the total pore volume and the Pt dispersion of the spent catalysts are decreased 19.4%, 33.3% and 61.2%. © 2010 Elsevier B.V.
Ren Y.,CAS Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular |
Ren Y.,Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences |
Ma W.,CAS Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular |
Che Y.,CAS Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular |
And 4 more authors.
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry | Year: 2013
A novel visible light photocatalyst of iron(II) bipyridine complex encapsulated within NaY zeolite forselective oxygenation of styrene with high turnover (1800) and high benzaldehyde selectivity (86%) usinghydrogen peroxide as the oxidant under ambient conditions was explored. This photocatalyst was alsoeffective for the oxidation of other olefins, such as 4-cyanostyrene, 4-methoxystyrene, 3-methylstyrene,1,1-diphenylethylene, cis-stilbene, trans-stilbene, trans- β-methylstyrene, α-methylstyrene, triph-enylethylene, 1-octene, 2-octene, cyclohexene and cyclooctene, into the corresponding aldehydes,ketones or olefin oxides. The study shows that the photooxygenation of styrene occurs within thesupercages of zeolite Y, the products benzaldehyde and formaldehyde escape into the solution afterreaction, leading to high turnovers. Based on the experimental results, the photooxidation mechanism isalso discussed. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.
Yan Y.-C.,Harbin Institute of Technology |
Yan Y.-C.,Fushun Petrochemical Company |
Ling X.-C.,Harbin Institute of Technology
Dongbei Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Northeastern University | Year: 2012
Mechanisms of foundation cracks and ground deformation in the area of mining subsidence of open-pit coal mine were investigated by analyzing the geological structure and open-pit mining method with more than 10 years of ground deformation monitoring as well as deep rock mass deformation monitoring. The results showed that open-pit mining directly results in the ground deformation. Moreover, all the geological structure, underground water and underground mining have influences on the ground deformation. Data from the monitoring systems indicate that the factory deformation decreases gradually from the south to the north area. The influences of fault F1A and foundation deformation reduce with the increase of depth. This study provides a reference for the other regions with the same geological disasters.
PubMed | Nanyang Normal University, Fushun Petrochemical Company and Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Organic letters | Year: 2016
Wenbin M.,Fushun Petrochemical Company
Petroleum Processing and Petrochemicals | Year: 2014
Based on the coking test of vacuum residue, FCC slurry and ethylene tar in domestic laboratory, the benefits of three kinds of raw oils processed by delayed coking were simulated. The results show that the benefits of unit decline in different degree when the vacuum residue oil blending with FCC slurry and ethylene tar are processed. However, the analysis shows that the benefit of refinery processing FCC slurry and ethylene tar is better than the two raw materials are directly sold as products. The reason lies in more low value common petroleum coke produced when FCC slurry oil and ethylene tar with vacuum residue oil are co-processed. By analyzing the compositions and structure of three raw oils, and coking mechanism, the feasibility of processing ethylene tar in industrial delayed coking unit is discussed. The ways and measures for production of high quality petroleum coke with ethylene tar are proposed.
Zhao X.,Fushun Petrochemical Company |
Zheng D.-Z.,Fushun Petrochemical Company
Petrochemical Equipment | Year: 2010
A set of new hi-tech-controlled system which includes a sensor, electrical equipment and a computer, has been constructed by upgrading the former monitoring system of automatic wax molding machine. The way of checking up chain tension is made. The little change of equipment parameter can be tested and analyzed by the system. This can turn out to be a visual chart. The system has the function of display, printing and warning. The running status of wax molding machine can be shown accurately. The reliable data can be offered for the normal production of wax molding machine and predictive maintenance. As a consequence, the system can prevent the chuck of wax molding machine from occurring and extend the service life. The cost and time of maintaining the machine can be saved. The production efficiency of wax molding machine can be improved greatly.
Wenbin M.,Fushun Petrochemical Company
Petroleum Refinery Engineering | Year: 2014
Based upon the properties and compositions of FCC slurry and with the help of empirical formula analysis, it is theoretically concluded that coke yield is over 40% when the FCC slurry is processed in delayed cokine unit. By comparison of product yields before and after blending FCC slurry into the feed of commercial delayed coking units, the product distribution of simple slurry being processed in delayed coking unit is simulated, the theoretically calculated coke yield is verified and the economic benefit is calculated. In consideration of delayed coking unit itself and the current consumer tax policy, the profit from processing FCC slurry is better than that of selling it as product. Whereas, the blending of FCC slurry into feed of delayed coking unit has a negative impact on the product distribution of RFCC unit, and economic benefit of RFCC unit is obviously reduced. In consideration of economic benefits of both delayed coking unit and RFCC unit, the processing of slurry offers no profit. In addition, blending RFCC slurry into the delayed coking unit also affects the product quality and equipment operation.
Bao W.,Fushun Petrochemical Company
Petroleum Processing and Petrochemicals | Year: 2010
The commercial application of PS-VI CCR catalyst developed by Research Institute of Petroleum Processing (RIPP) was carried out on the 600 kt/a CCR unit in the No. 3 Refinery of Fushun Petrochemical Company. The results show that, PS-VI reforming catalyst exhibits excellent abrasion performance, high hydrothermal stability and good chlorine-retaining capability; compared with the catalyst used previously, the performance of PS-VI catalyst seems better: aromatics yield increased 4.9 percentage points and the RON of stabilized gasoline increased 3.4 units.