Prospects for Conversion of Refinery Gas to High-Octane Oxygen-Containing Components of Motor Fuels
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Prospects for conversion of refinery gas to high-octane components of motor fuel were discussed. The feedstock of the Russian petrochemical complex can be expanded by introducing light hydrocarbons— nonmarketable refinery waste products—in the production of ecologically safe high-octane components of gasoline based on tert-butanol and isopropanol. A series of articles in the field of related applied research and experimental developments were announced.
Keywordsrefinery gas high-octane components isomerization selective oxidation dimerization metathesis of olefins hydration of olefins
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