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1887
Volume 2, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

Catalytic reforming holds a key position in the overall operations of European petroleum refiners. The British Petroleum Company employs the platforming process at many of its refineries, and by skilled operation and the use of a new catalyst it has demonstrated how standard equipment operates economically at high severity. This article reviews the “100 octane plus” operations at the Kent refinery, which takes its catalyst supplies from U.K. manufacturing facilities specially set up in the interests of licencees of the process.

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