The conversion of black oil in hydrogen (hydroconversion) and nitrogen (pyrolysis) media was studied. The influence of the hydrogen pressure and temperature of the hydrotreating of black oil on the yield and properties of the resulting liquid hydrocarbons was examined. Hydrogen actively participates in the conversion of kerogen (major organic component of black oil), which leads to an increase in the conversion of the organic matter, to an increase in the yield of liquid hydrocarbon products, and to improvement of their quality, compared to pyrolysis. The highest conversion of organic carbon (91.7%) and the maximal yield of liquid hydrocarbons (30.7 wt %) were reached in a hydrogen medium at a pressure of 10.0 MPa and a temperature of 400°C.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 22, 2016
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