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PETROTEX SOCIETY NEWS:

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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Petrotex Society Journals Statistics -

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Semarang State University and Petrotex Society Partnership -

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

International Conference on Engineering Science & Chemical Technologies Webinar Option -

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Special Services for Petrotex Members in Eureka Science Events -

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

ACI-Petrotex Partnership -

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Petrotex Society Newsletter -

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

New Book Publishing Process in Petrotex Society -

Sunday, October 27, 2013

ENI Award Candidature -

Friday, October 4, 2013

Petrotex Company Introduction -

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Waste Plastics Management

Catalytic Conversion of Plastic Wastes into Middle Distillate Products: In this project Petrotex analyzed catalytic conversion of waste plastics such as polyethylene and polypropylene into oil and middle distillate products. The proportion of plastics mixture was based on United States plastic production rates. In this process, the novel catalyst, made in the Research Center, was applied. The catalyst is a zeolite format that yields interesting results in producing benzene and gasoline due to its complex mixture of heavy metals and the way it is produced. This study was conducted to obtain synthetic parameters of a semi-industrial plant designing and construction…

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Sulfur Dioxide Reduction Research Established in Petrotex

Petrotex amino compound absorber  has proved to be a strong solvent; it has brought innovations as SO2 absorber in this research. The amine that was used is a selective absorber that absorbs SO2 selectively. CO2 gas, a competitor contamination with SO2 in flue gases, does not interfere with the absorption process.  In the process, SO2 is eliminated at ppm levels, while CO2 remains untouched. Another important feature of the solvent is that its flow rates as well as concentration in the process are lower than the usual absorbers while the performance is the same, if not better. Read More

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Patents Issuance

Petrotex Society is now planned to manage the process of issuing patents for inventors. Researchers and industry experts are invited to send us the report of their inventions in order to receive the standard official United States patent of their work. This new service of Petrotex will help inventors save lots of time while we will take the steps for this process. Read More

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Process and Engineering Solutions

Engineering services for projects can be provided from one of our global or regional engineering centers of excellence or local centre in the country of the project. Alternatively, we can set up an engineering and design centre at the project complex. This is especially useful for upgrades, de-bottlenecking, and expansion and turnaround projects.

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Industrial General Engineering Services and Studies

We have been providing general engineering services to the oil, gas, petrochemical, chemicals, and infrastructure and power industries since the early 2005. Today, we provide a full range of engineering services including project feasibility studies, conceptual engineering studies, FEED packages, ER estimates, HAZOP and SIL assessment and validation, power system studies, detailed engineering and design and GES. These services are provided on a global basis, supported by both a regional and local engineering centre of excellence, each with multi-discipline engineers of varying nationalities.

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SO2 Capturing Process

Experimental Reduction of Sulfur Dioxide to an Environmental Fair Concentration through an Amine Based Solvent The study was done to selectively absorb SO2 using a pilot scale type. The pilot was designed and constructed in the Petrotex Research Center . In the experiments, using the selective amine based absorber; an efficiency of 99 percent was achieved. Many experiments were done on the pilot among which this paper discusses the optimum conditions for SO2 absorption using Taguchi experimental design method. It is also worth noting that the inlet flue gas from which SO2 was absorbed was the mixture gained from the…

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