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Hydrocarbon Engineering - May 2009

Hydrocarbon Engineering - May 2009

On this month's cover: Sulzer Pumps develops and supplies centrifugal pumps worldwide. Intensive research and development in fluid dynamics, processoriented products and special materials as well as reliable service help the division
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - April 2009

Hydrocarbon Engineering - April 2009

On this month's cover: Gas Technology Products Division of Merichem Chemicals & Refinery Services LLC is a global leader in sulfur removal/recovery since 1978. They offer a complete portfolio of hydrogen sulfide removal processes to sweeten gas streams containing any concentration and amount of hydrogen sulfide.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - March 2009

Hydrocarbon Engineering - March 2009

On this month's cover: Grace Davison Refi ning Technologies announces new MIDAS® catalyst technology, designed to tap the value at the bottom of the barrel and maximise unit profitability with
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - February 2009

Hydrocarbon Engineering - February 2009

On this month's cover: CB&I works with refiners worldwide to help them expand to meet growing demand, increase their ability to process heavier crude slates, and lower the sulfur content of transportation fuels to comply with stricter air quality standards. At Valero Energy Corporation's St. Charles refinery in Louisiana, USA, CB&I supplied a diesel hydrocracker/hydrotreater, a light ends unit, and a sulfur recovery complex.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - January 2009

Hydrocarbon Engineering - January 2009

On this month's cover: Underlying every process plant is a vast and complex aggregation of many types of information. Efficiently managing these assets is the key to safe and efficient operation. AVEVA NET technology puts you in control of all your plant information.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - December 2008

Hydrocarbon Engineering - December 2008

On this month's cover: Air Products is the leading supplier of hydrogen to refineries worldwide. In 2008, Air Products acquired Goar, Allison & Associates, Inc. (GAA) and now offers the refi ning industry significant capital savings in the sulfur block. GAA technologies also offer tremendous value to sour gas processing and gasification plants.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - November 2008

Hydrocarbon Engineering - November 2008

On this month's cover: Baker Petrolite uses a novel colorimetric test that speeds the identifi cation and quantifi cation of cooling water hydrocarbon leaks, as part of its comprehensive LeakGuard™ Hydrocarbon Leak Detection and Mitigation Service Program for hydrocarbon processors.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - October 2008

Hydrocarbon Engineering - October 2008

On this month's cover: Callidus Technologies designs and manufactures combustion equipment (heater burners, fl ares, gas/liquid incinerators) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) equipment for the refi ning, petrochemical and power generation industries worldwide. Corporate offi ces, research and development centre and primary fabrication facility are located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, with an international fabrication facility in Shanghai, China.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - September 2008

Hydrocarbon Engineering - September 2008

On this month's cover: INTERCAT is the leading supplier of FCC additives and addition systems. With over 25 additive products, its FCC additives and addition systems allow refi ners to make the most of the synergies that exist in the FCC unit so that they may continually optimise yields and minimise emissions.
 

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Hydrocarbon Engineering - August 2008

Hydrocarbon Engineering - August 2008

On this month's cover: INTERCAT is the leading supplier of FCC additives and addition systems. With over 25 additive products, their FCC additives and addition systems allow refi ners to make the most of the synergies that exist in the FCC unit so that they may continually optimise yields and reduce emissions.
 

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