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“…Coker gas oil (CGO), a main intermediate product of delayed coking, usually accounts for 20-30 wt% of the total feedstock (Meng et al, 2009), therefore its utilization is of great importance. However, CGO has been considered difficult to process for decades due to its characteristic high aromatics and nitrogen content (Hou et al, 2007;.…”
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“…Coker gas oil (CGO), a main intermediate product of delayed coking, usually accounts for 20-30 wt% of the total feedstock (Meng et al, 2009), therefore its utilization is of great importance. However, CGO has been considered difficult to process for decades due to its characteristic high aromatics and nitrogen content (Hou et al, 2007;.…”
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“…Inferior heavy oil is becoming an important component of the energy platform, and its use as a source for liquid fuel is growing . Coking is the most common process for converting inferior heavy oil. , Coker gas oil (CGO), which accounts for 20–30 wt % of the coker feed, is hard to process by fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) and hydrocracking (HDC) as a result of its high content of nitrogen compounds and condensed aromatics. , Total nitrogen compounds refer to the basic (can be titrated by perchloric acid in glacial acetic acid) and non-basic nitrogen compounds. The acidic sites of the FCC and HDC catalysts are readily neutralized by the basic nitrogen compounds. Non-basic nitrogen compounds and condensed aromatics, on the other hand, easily adsorb onto the catalyst active sites, where they undergo dehydrogenation and condensation reactions to form coke.…”
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“…Accordingly, pretreating ICGO before FCC processing is inevitable. Solid adsorbents, neutralization, solvent extraction, and hydrotreatment (HDT) , are the most used pretreatment methods for processing ICGO. The first three led to a low liquid yield, high energy consumption, and serious environmental problems, whereas HDT was deemed feasible.…”
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