2 edition of Pollution control technical manual for unishale B and unishale C oil shale retorting found in the catalog.
Pollution control technical manual for unishale B and unishale C oil shale retorting
Kishor H. Gala
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC
Written in English
|Statement||Kishor H. Gala and Edward R. Bates.|
|Contributions||Bates, Edward R., Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.|
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Petroleum and Coal. Crude Oil and Shale Oil. The technical schemes of direct liquefaction of coal to oil and combined direct/indirect liquefac tion of coal to oil are compared. Finally, some. Despite the Department of the Interior’s attempt to address the information deficit through the federal RD&D program, there are inextricable questions that need to be answered regarding how industrial scale oil shale operations would impact the region and the nation – questions that cannot be answered by the current scale of research.
Regulation, Conversation, and Impact of Shale Gas and Oil in a Low-Price Environment x duced water, and local cities’ wastewater plant effluent. Increased water recycling and reuse has a range of potential benefits, including reducing induced seismicity. With regard to air pollution, leak detec -. COAL, OIL SHALE, NATURAL BITUMEN, HEAVY OIL AND PEAT – Vol. II - Mining of Oil Shale - Ingo Valgma and Jialin L. Qian ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) About 85% of oil shale mined is used for burning in oil shale power stations; 12% for retorting for obtaining shale oil; about 3% for cement factories.
This paper proposes a novel energy-efficient oil shale pyrolysis process triggered by a topochemical reaction that can be applied in horizontal oil shale formations. The process starts by feeding preheated air to oil shale to initiate a topochemical reaction and the onset of by: The mining of oil shale requires LARGE AMOUNT OF WATER. The processing of oil shale require large amount of water which is needed for the processing activities of oil shale. This is a big challenge to the mining of oil shale because most of oil shale deposits are found in semi arid regions where water is .
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Bates is the EPA Project Officer fsee below) The complete report, entitled "Pollution Control Technical Manual for Unishale B and Unishale C Oil Shale Retorting, " (Order No PB AS, Cost $, subject to change) will be available only from National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, V'A Telephone The EPA Project Officer can be.
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The agency is charged with protecting human health and the environment. COAL, OIL SHALE, NATURAL BITUMEN, HEAVY OIL AND PEAT – Vol. II - Environmental Impacts of Oil Shale and Pollution Control Technologies - J. Wan ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) The amount of oil sludge is about 2% of shal e oil produced; its form ation causes not only the loss of shale oil but also pollution of environment.
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hand, the mined oil shale can be fully made use of by a comprehensive utilization technology. The latter includes oil shale retorting, combustion of semicoke, fine oil shale and fuel gases for power generation, and utilization of ashes for production of composite cement and other building materials.
Technical and ecological aspects of shale oil and power cogeneration Article (PDF Available) in Oil Shale 28(1S) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. At a semicoke moisture content over 10% an addition of raw oil shale fuel in the amount of 10–20% is needed to maintain combustion.
The fractional burnout of fuel carbon during burning semicoke and oil shale mixtures was 95–98% based on the bottom ash, 91–96% in the cyclone ash Cited by: Co-combustion of oil shale with municipal solid waste created significant changes.
• Blending with municipal solid wastes could improve the combustion performance. • 10–30% of oil shale in the blends could be determined as the optimum ratio range. • Activation energy were calculated by the conversion rate and different by: Environmental problems of oil shale processing industry Article in Solid Fuel Chemistry 41(3) June with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Environmental impact of oil shale mining with and without backfilling 24 and 28 Mt/y production rate was evaluated for the future and compared with the past. Ground stability, landscape properties, mining waste management, usage of resources and mining losses, water management with water quality and depression cones, noise and dust were Cited by: 2.
indicate that air pollution control could cost from $ to $/bbl of syncrude produced (rough-ly 3 to 5 percent of the selling price of the oil). The only means for predicting the long-range im-pacts of oil shale emissions on ambient air quality in the oil shale area and in neighboring regions are mathematical dispersion models, which are the.
Introduction. The original forming of an oil shale is influenced by paleo-productivity, paleoclimate, water stratification, and tectonic movements (StroblS et al.,Liu et al.,Sun et al.,Song et al., ).Paleo-productivity is the main index used to evaluate the oil shale ability, due to the fact that it reflects the ability of the material supply in the oil shale by: Oil shale is an important unconventional energy and has enormous reserves in the world.
However, the high moisture content reduces the efficiency of oil production in the pyrolysis process. Oil shale distillates (products of retorting) typically favor the production of middle-distillates (diesel and kerosene), and have higher concentrations of nitrogen than crude oil.
To produce light-distillates (such as gasoline) additional processing, such as hydrocracking, is required to. Denver Research Institute, Pollution Control Technical Manual for Tosco II Shale Retorting with Underground Mining, EPA/, NTIS PBApril 4.
VanZanten, K.D., et al, "Control of Sulfur Emission From Shale Retorting Using Spent Shale Absorption," AIChE Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November New activities include evaluation of the potential for using combusted Green River shale to adsorb S02 as a primary sulfur control technology, preparation of a new Pollution Control Technical Manual on the Unishale B and C processes, and preparation of two state-of-the-art reports addressing planning and designs for retorted oil shale disposal and control of gaseous emissions from retorting.
OTHER BRITISH OIL SHALES Introduction Caithness Flags Lothians oil shales 7,4 Liassic oil shales Dun Caan Oil Shale Brora Oil Shale Oxford Clay 7,8 Conclusions 8. CONCL USIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 9, REFERENCES VOLUME 2 APPENDIX A: A geochemical study of shale oils and bitumens derivedFile Size: 4MB.
IN-SITU COMBUSTION RETORTING OF OIL SHALE MELVYN C. BRANCH Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION The study of oil shale and attempts to produce oil from this material has a history which is intermixed with and recurrent in the petroleum by: 9.
The consultant relied on publicly available data from technical literature and studies on each of the selected Technically Recoverable Shale Oil and Shale Gas Resources 6 2.
Determine the areal extent of the shale formations within the basin and estimate its overall thickness, in. EPA / NTIS PB CONTROL OF SULFUR EMISSIONS FROM OIL SHALE RETORTING USING SPENT SHALE ABSORPTION by K.
D. VanZanten and F. C. Haas J3A Associates Golden, Colorado Contract No. Project Officer Edward R. Bates Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, N.C.Due to the high crude oil price, the oil shale retorting for producing shale oil have being paid much attention.
It is recognized that the world’s proven shale oil reserves are higher than the crude oil exploitable resources.
Now in the world, there are three countries produce shale oil commercially: China, Estonia and Brazil.Shale gas and shale oil petrology and petrophysics. R. Marc Bustin. Pages Download PDF; select article Formation of nanoporous pyrobitumen residues during maturation of the Barnett Shale (Fort Worth Basin) Thermal maturity of Woodford Shale gas and oil plays, Oklahoma, USA.
Brian J. Cardott. Pages Download PDF.