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“…Thus, in recent years considerable attention has been paid to deep desulfurization of fuels, particularly gasoline and diesel, and several nonconventional desulfurization methods have been developed to overcome the limitations of the conventional hydrodesulfurization (HDS) processes, such as high cost of the catalysts, increased energy and hydrogen consumptions, as well as resistance to aromatic sulfur compounds such as thiophene, benzothiophene, DBT and their derivatives [1,2]. The widely investigated non-HDS approaches include oxidative desulfurization (ODS) based on different catalysts [3][4][5][6], extractive desulfurization or dearomatization using ionic liquids [7,8] biodesulfurization [9], desulfurization based on electrochemical methods [10], adsorptive desulfurization [11][12][13] and pervaporation technique based on various membranes [14,15]. There are also several comprehensive reviews on the new approaches for deep desulfurization of hydrocarbon fuels [10,16,17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, in recent years considerable attention has been paid to deep desulfurization of fuels, particularly gasoline and diesel, and several nonconventional desulfurization methods have been developed to overcome the limitations of the conventional hydrodesulfurization (HDS) processes, such as high cost of the catalysts, increased energy and hydrogen consumptions, as well as resistance to aromatic sulfur compounds such as thiophene, benzothiophene, DBT and their derivatives [1,2]. The widely investigated non-HDS approaches include oxidative desulfurization (ODS) based on different catalysts [3][4][5][6], extractive desulfurization or dearomatization using ionic liquids [7,8] biodesulfurization [9], desulfurization based on electrochemical methods [10], adsorptive desulfurization [11][12][13] and pervaporation technique based on various membranes [14,15]. There are also several comprehensive reviews on the new approaches for deep desulfurization of hydrocarbon fuels [10,16,17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Research work in the authors' laboratory has been performed on the isolation of bacteria from different oil contaminated soils for the biodesulfurization of crude oil (Bhatia and Sharma, 2006;Bhatia, 2007). This research work was further extended to isolate active bacteria from the oil contaminated soil for the production of biosurfactant.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The hydrocarbons, heterocyclic and polyaromatic and organometallic compounds such as porphyrins are the larger molecular weight components with (Bhatia and Sharma 2006). Viscosity of heavy oils is a critical characteristic parameter in designing of any potential optimized oil recovery process (Raut et al 2013).…”
Section: Conversion Of Heavy Oil To Light Productsmentioning
confidence: 99%