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UNPZ selects CDTech for gasoline desulfurization

By Gerald Ondrey |

Catalytic Distillation Technologies (CDTech; Pasedena, Tex.; www.cdtech.com) has been awarded a contract by OAO UNPZ Ufa Refinery for the license and basic engineering of a fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) gasoline hydrodesulfurization unit in the Russian Federation. The FCC unit is designed with a treating capacity of 1.26-million metric tons per year. The upgrade will utilize CDTech’s CDHydro/CDHDS+ technology to reduce the sulfur content of the FCC gasoline to meet Euro-5 emission standards.
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