October 2005

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: North America

North West Upgrading Inc. has selected UOP to design and license a new hydroprocessing unit to upgrade synthetically derived crude oil. The facility will be located near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. UOP..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

North West Upgrading Inc. has selected UOP to design and license a new hydroprocessing unit to upgrade synthetically derived crude oil. The facility will be located near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. UOP is designing an integrated distillate Unionfining process and Unicracking process unit. This will produce a synthetic crude oil blend via both hydrotreating 31,750 bpsd of naphtha and distillate range feedstock, and partial conversion hydrocracking 27,200 bpsd of distillate and vacuum gas oil range feedstock. The integrated unit design will have parallel reactors for hydrotreating and hydrocracking and will include a single common section for reactor effluent stabilization and recycle

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