Morel, F.

Axens, Princeton, New Jersey

Consider new technologies to raise diesel yield in bottom-of-barrel products

The debate continues over adding a new delayed coker vs. a residue hydrocracker upstream of an existing delayed coker.

Hydrocracking solutions squeeze more ULSD from heavy ends

New processing alternatives enable upgrading vacuum residuals into higher-value products

New mild hydrocracking route produces 10-ppm-sulfur diesel

Tightened specifications challenge refiners to develop innovative solutions that upgrade heavy cuts into high-quality diesel