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Development of the composition and technology for industrial production of an emulsifier used in oil рroduction for inverse water-in-oil emulsions

Authors:
N. K. Kondrasheva1
M. K. Rogachev2
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  • 1 — National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
  • 2 — National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
Date submitted:
2011-11-18
Date accepted:
2012-01-10
Date published:
2012-05-01

Abstract

This work presents results of research and development of technology for producing effective emulsifiers of inverse water-in-oil emulsions (EN-1) from distillates and residues of deep oil refining processes. The distillate cracking residue from a thermal cracking plant is chosen as the active component of the emulsifiers together with the highly aromatized heavy gasoil (as the solvent) from catalytic and thermal cracking plants.

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