2016

Advances in Sulfur Management

Low-sulfur projects dominate the downstream construction landscape

As the world continues to see more vehicles on the road, and as emerging economies invest in civil, industrial and energy projects, global fuels demand is forecast to increase through the end of the decade.

As the world continues to see more vehicles on the road, and as emerging economies invest in civil, industrial and energy projects, global fuels demand is forecast to increase through the end of the decade. The increased number of vehicles on the road equates to higher emissions rates and, in turn, more airborne pollutants. To combat these effects, legislation mandating decreased emissions and lower levels of airborne pollutants is coming into effect. In response, refiners are implementing operational and processing changes to reduce sulfur levels in transportation fuels. Nations are investing heavily in the construction of new processing unit

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