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3.0.2 Simplified Process Sequence
3.1 Process Scheme Rationale
3.1.1 Atmospheric and Vacuum Distillation
3.1.2 Delayed Coking Versus Deasphalting
3.1.3 Olefin Production
3.1.4 Advantageous Steam Cracking Feeds
3.1.5 Conventional Steam Cracking Versus Deep Catalytic Cracking
3.1.6 Butadiene Production
3.1.7 Catalytic Reforming Option
3.1.8 Gasification Of Coke
3.1.9 Oxygen, Nitrogen And Argon Production
3.1.10 Shifting Carbon Monoxide To Hydrogen
3.1.11 Acid Gas Removal
3.1.12 Hydrogen Purification And Fuel Gas
3.1.13 Sulphur Recovery And Tail Gas Treating
3.1.14 Alkylation System
3.2. Utility Rationale
3.2.1 Steam Turbine Versus Electric Motor Drive
3.2.2 Redundant Capacity In Power Generation
3.2.3 Air Cooling Versus Water Cooling
4.1. Conversion Section
4.1.1 Crude (Distillate Recovery) And Vacuum Units
4.1.2 Delayed Coking
4.1.3 Hydrocracking
4.1.4 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Feed Pretreatment
4.1.5 Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC)
4.1.6 Catalytic Reforming
4.1.7 Alkylation
4.1.8 Diesel Hydrotreating
4.1.9 Amine System Sour Water Stripping
4.1.10 Low Grade Ammonia Recovery
4.1.11 Sulphur Recovery
4.2.1 Air Separation Unit (ASU)
4.3. Gasification – Hydrogen and Synthesis Gas Production
4.3.1 Delayed Coke Gasification
4.3.2 Shift Reaction And Gas Cooling
4.3.3 Rectisol Acid Gas Removal, Nitrogen Wash, PSA Hydrogen Purification
4.3.4 Ammonia Service/Nitrogen Wash
4.3.5 PSA Hydrogen Purification
4.4. Olefins Production
4.4.1 Steam Cracking
Cracked Gas Compression
Cold Fractionation (Ethylene Recovery)
Warm Fractionation (Propylene -C4 Recovery)
4.4.2 Butadiene Extraction
4.5. Offsites Definition
4.5.1 Steam and Power Generation
4.5.2 Flue Gas Treating
4.5.3 Cooling Water System
4.5.4 Tempered Water System
4.5.5 Electric Power Distribution
4.5.6 Plant Air
4.5.7 Tankage
4.5.8 Fuel Oil/Fuel Gas System
4.5.9 Gasoline Blending
4.5.10 Major Fuel Consumers
5.0.1 Inside Battery Limits (ISBL)
5.0.2 Outside Battery Limit (OSBL)
5.0.3 Off Plot
5.0.4 Contractor Charges
5.0.5 Other Project Costs
5.0.6 Owner’s Costs
5.0.7 Working Capital Components
5.1. Method of Cost Estimate
5.1.1 Cost of ISBL
5.1.2 Cost of Offsites (OSBL)
5.2. Canadian Construction Adjustment
5.3. Capital Cost Breakdown
5.3.2 ISBL Coke Gasification - Hydrogen/ammonia Synthesis Gas
5.3.3 ISBL Steam Cracker - 1,000 KT/Y Mixed Feeds
5.3.4 Offsite Items
6.1. Economic Analysis Assumptions
6.3 Economic Analysis Results
7.1. Phased Construction
7.2. Market Logistics And Terminals
7.4. Onsite Ammonia Production
7.5. Other Ammonia Options
A.2. Site And Climate Data
A.3. Terms Of Reference
A.4. Bitumen Properties
A.6 Economic Model Price Assumptions
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Alberta Bitumen Processing Integration Study Final Report (2006) 165p R20090910A

Alberta Bitumen Processing Integration Study Final Report (2006) 165p R20090910A

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