February 2001

Special Report: Clean Fuels

Project alliance delivers 'green' fuels

A cooperative effort between a refiner, gas supplier and utility / power company enabled construction of a highly integrated refinery upgrade ahead of schedule

Entwistle, M., Kvaerner E&C Australia

M. Entwistle and P. Watson, Kvaerner E&C Australia, Melbourne, Australia       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com The growing worldwide trend towards tightening of gasoline and diesel fuel specifications around the world has created an opportunity for leadership in the delivery of clean fuels. BP has embraced this opportunity worldwide and has established an industry leading strategy to implement clean fuel initiatives. A recently completed initiative is the Queensland Clean Fuels Project (QCFP) in Brisbane, Australia, which is the first major project in the Australian region in respo

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