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Low-cost modifications boost capacity, crude processing flexibility James W. Jones; Frank Simmons; Tony D. Freeman

By: Jones, James W
Contributor(s): Freeman, Tony D | Simmons, Frank
Subject(s): Procesamiento de Crudo -- Reducción de costos | Refinación del Petroleo -- Reducción de costos | Refinerias de Petroleo -- Reducción de costos In: Oil & gas journal Vol.113, No.10, 2015: páginas 76-83Abstract: A project design that maximizes use of existing equipment in expanding a refinery's crude oil processing capacity, and limits equipment additions to only those necessary, improves timelines and yields while reducing costs. Delek Refining Inc., a subsidiary of Delek US Holdings Inc., Brentwood, Tenn., with the assistance of Turner, Mason & Co. (TM&C) and KP Engineering LP (KPE), recently completed a project to expand crude oil processing capacity by 20% at its refinery in Tyler, Tex. (OGJ Online, Mar. 26, 2015).
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Holdings: Oil & gas journal Vol.113, No.10, 2015: páginas 76-83

A project design that maximizes use of existing equipment in expanding a refinery's crude oil processing capacity, and limits equipment additions to only those necessary, improves timelines and yields while reducing costs. Delek Refining Inc., a subsidiary of Delek US Holdings Inc., Brentwood, Tenn., with the assistance of Turner, Mason & Co. (TM&C) and KP Engineering LP (KPE), recently completed a project to expand crude oil processing capacity by 20% at its refinery in Tyler, Tex. (OGJ Online, Mar. 26, 2015).

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