The 85 000 bpd NHT took three years and cost more than US$300 million to build, Sarah Howell, a spokeswoman for BP, said.
“The NHT allows the refinery to produce the full slate of US Environmental Protection Agency Tier 3 fuels, which require gasoline to have an average sulfur content of no more than 10 parts per million,” she said.
Hydrotreaters use hydrogen to remove sulfur from motor fuels.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/10082020/whiting-refinery-starts-up-new-hydrotreater/
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