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  1. Reducing Emissions from Olefin Production Via Chemical Looping Odh Technology

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, 2015)

    Olefin production is the largest emitter of CO 2 and NO x in the organic chemical industry. With worldwide ethylene production at ~4,500 MT/yr, the industry emits 4,500-9,000 MT/yr. of CO 2 and roughly 1.4 MT/yr of NO x . Natural gas production from shale deposits has dramatically increased supply...

  2. Sustainable Design of Shale Gas-to-Liquid Process Via Energy and Mass Integration

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, 2015)

    With the significant discoveries of shale gas reserves, there is a growing need for monetization pathways. Gas-to-liquid (GTL) technologies involving Fischer-Tropsch (FT) chemistry offer an attractive approach to producing liquid transportation fuels from shale gas. In order to enhance the...

  3. The New World Order in the Olefins Industry- As a Result of Developments in Advantaged Feedstocks and Technology

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, 2015)

    The new world order for the ethylene markets can be simplified by three types of market positions: areas supportive of new export-oriented ethylene investments based on advantaged feedstocks (North America and Middle East); areas supportive of new ethylene investments with higher costs based on...

  4. Processing Challenges with Tight Oil

    Webinar

    This presentation provides insight into processing challenges with tight oil. Opportunity crudes from shale are more readily available in North America with incentives on cost. However, these typically lighter tight oil crudes don’t come without some processing challenges. Some of the challenges...

  5. A Comparison of US Shale Plays with Emerging Non-Marine Shale Plays in Australia

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Annual Meeting, 2014)

    The geological and petrophysical parameters are critical in evaluating the production potential of prospective shale gas plays and their economic viability for commercial development. However, based on the US experience, these characteristics can vary widely. Furthermore, the non-marine shale plays...

  6. Evaluation of the EOR Potential in Shale Oil Reservoirs By CO2 Miscible Displacement Applied in Modified Zipper Fractured Horizontal Wells

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Annual Meeting, 2014)

    Unconventional shale oil/gas reservoirs exist over large quantities in the United States. The success of horizontal wells drilling and multistage hydraulic fracturing technique make it economically viable to produce shale gas reservoirs. However, the natural depletion recovery of shale gas or oil...

  7. Process Modeling of Shale Oil Extraction in Rotary Reactor Using Aspen Simulation

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Annual Meeting, 2014)

  8. Impact of Recycling Light Olefins to the FCC

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Annual Meeting, 2014)

    Recycling light olefin product streams back to a fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) unit has potential applications in US refineries due to the growing level of Shale Oils in the crude slate as well as in maximum propylene units such as many built in Asia. In refineries that process high levels of...

  9. Comparative Study of Enhanced Oil Recovery Efficiency By CO2 Injection and CO2 Huff-n-Puff in Stimulated Shale Oil Reservoirs

    ChemE On Demand Presentation (AIChE Annual Meeting, 2014)

    Multi-stage fracturing applied in horizontal wells is considered as the most effective method for producing shale gas/oil reservoirs. However, the primary oil recovery from natural depletion is only few percent. The low recovery rates and the abundance of shale resource plays provide huge potential...

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