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Honeywell International Inc. Message Board

  • vwdiesel10 vwdiesel10 Apr 5, 2013 5:09 PM Flag

    Question for Ugly_Old_Person

    Do you know of any UOP technology that could be used to help Gulf Coast refiners switch to using larger amounts of domestic/Bakken crude? Is it a matter of using a different slate of catalysts to handle the different gravity of the oil/sulfur content, or do they need to completely overhaul the design of the distillation units?

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    • vwdiesel10
      You are starting to answer your own questions
      Please understand that I am no longer an employee of Hon, but now an investor, so I would not want to do you nor UOP a disservice by throwing an answer on the board which I am not certain to be correct.

      I do not understand why you have a single-focus on just UOP.
      My suggestion to your latest question would be to search out a process engineer on one of the many refiners "yahoo boards" and pose the same question as to if and why they might want to make such a conversion and do they have the capability or can acqurie the capability to facilitate such a change.
      Sorry, but I simply do not have all the answers.


      • 1 Reply to ugly_old_person
      • Okay, no worries-- just throwing it out there. No single focus on UOP for angle on Honeywell-- just where I was lacking in points. Why would I ask questions about things I'm already familiar with?

        I put the question directed to you because you had answered previous questions about the division and it's not too hard to draw at least some surface connections between UOP and UglyOldPerson (UOP).

        No worries-- that was the end of the inquiries.

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