CIS Petroleum Coke Market Dynamics Analyzed in New INFOMINE Research Group Published at MarketPublishers.com29 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Production of coke in the CIS countries is mainly conducted at delayed coking units (DCU). A feature of DCU operation is the fact that the facilities use, as resources, various semis and wastes of oil refining at a refinery. Quality parameters of petroleum coke, produced in the CIS, are typical for world practice (for use in aluminium industry). Sulfur content in them is 1.38-2.52%, vanadium – 140-390 ppm. However, some producers – Novoil, Novokuibyshevsk oil refinery – yield coke with too high content of sulfur and vanadium.
Petroleum coke, produced in Russia, is characterized by low content of volatile components – 7.6-10.2%. GUP INKhP, for several years, elaborated technological solutions, aimed at obtaining high-grade petroleum coke for aluminium and electrode industries, with choose of technology of ‘retarded’ coking: required effect of recycling, supply of heat carrier. The technology allows to obtain coke with low yield of volatile components (7-9%) and high mechanical strength.
New market report “Petroleum Coke Production, Market and Forecast in the CIS” elaborated by INFOMINE Research Group has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Petroleum Coke Production, Market and Forecast in the CIS
Published: September, 2011
Price: US$ 3.900,00
The report investigates the current standing of the petroleum coke market in Russia and other CIS countries along with forecasting the development of the sector.
Key Topics Covered:
- technology of petroleum coke production and resources used;
- production of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in the CIS;
- export-import of petroleum coke in the CIS;
- review and forecast of prices on petroleum coke;
- consumption of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in the CIS;
- development prospects for petroleum coke market in Russia and other CIS countries up to 2020.
More new market reports by the publisher can be found at INFOMINE Research Group page.