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Jack Newcombe: Emulsion breaking with surfactant recovery. Cities Service Company, Richard D Stone, August 5, 1980: US04216079 (132 worldwide citation)

A process useful for recovering surfactant and oil of low water content in surfactant flood oil recovery projects is disclosed. A produced oil in water emulsion is treated with brine and partitioning agent, preferably isopropyl alcohol, by mixing and settling to form three phases, an oil phase conta ...


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Hartley Owen, Paul H Schipper: Apparatus for multi-stage fast fluidized bed regeneration of catalyst. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Malcolm D Keen, Richard D Stone, December 21, 1993: US05271905 (61 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for achieving turbulent or fast fluidized bed regeneration of spent FCC catalyst in a bubbling bed regenerator having a stripper mounted over the regenerator and a stripped catalyst standpipe within the regenerator. A coke combustor vessel, which may be partially or totally o ...


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Rene B LaPierre, Randall D Partridge, Nai Y Chen, Stephen S Wong: Hydrotreating/isomerization process to produce low pour point distillate fuels and lubricating oil stocks. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Michael G Gilman, Richard D Stone, May 21, 1985: US04518485 (49 worldwide citation)

A process for dewaxing a hydrocarbon feedstock with a relatively high pour point and containing paraffins selected from the group of normal paraffins and slightly branched paraffins and sulfur and nitrogen compounds which comprises subjecting said oil to hydrotreating in a hydrotreating zone operate ...


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Jocelyn A Kowalski: Catalytic conversion with improved catalyst catalytic cracking with a catalyst comprising a large-pore molecular sieve component and a ZSM-5 component. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Malcolm D Keen, Richard D Stone, June 7, 1994: US05318696 (44 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for converting feedstock hydrocarbon compounds over a catalyst composition which comprises a large-pore molecular sieve material and an additive catalyst composition comprising crystalline material having the structure of ZSM-5 and a silica/alumina mole ratio of less than about ...


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Rene B LaPierre, Randell D Partridge, Nai Y Chen, Steven S Wong: Catalytic dewaxing process with zeolite beta. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Michael G Gilman, Richard D Stone, February 26, 1985: US04501926 (44 worldwide citation)

Hydrocarbon feedstocks such as distillate fuel oils and gas oils are dewaxed by isomerizing the waxy components over a zeolite beta catalyst. The process may be carried out in the presence or absence of added hydrogen. Preferred catalysts have a zeolite silica:alumina ratio over 100:1.


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Paul Shu, Tsoung Yuan Yan: Hydroisomerization of catalytically dewaxed lubricating oils. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Michael G Gilman, Richard D Stone, January 31, 1984: US04428819 (41 worldwide citation)

The quality of catalytically hydrodewaxed oils is improved by hydroisomerizing the oil to remove residual waxy components which contribute to poor performance in the Overnight Cloud Point test. Conversion during the hydroisomerization is minimized so as to obtain a product of high clarity in good yi ...


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Costandi A Audeh, Lillian A Rankel: Integrated process for whole crude deasphalting and asphaltene upgrading. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Malcolm D Keen, Richard D Stone, March 9, 1993: US05192421 (41 worldwide citation)

Deasphalting heavy, asphaltic crudes before significant thermal treatment, even mild treatment which is inherent in, e.g., vacuum distillation, produces deasphalted whole crude with a reduced soluble metal content. This process is especially effective for preparing feedstocks for catalytic cracking ...


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Michael F Raterman: Process for short contact time cracking. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Malcolm D Keen, Richard D Stone, March 22, 1994: US05296131 (38 worldwide citation)

A process for short contact time cracking of heavy feed. A falling, annular curtain of hot regenerated FCC catalyst, or hot inert solids, is formed over a cone shaped plug valve. Hydrocarbons pass from under the cone, or via a hollow stem, in radial in to out flow to contact the falling curtain of s ...


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James H Haddad, Hartley Owen, Klaus W Schatz: Fluid catalytic cracking with plurality of catalyst stripping zones. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Michael G Gilman, Richard D Stone, December 6, 1988: US04789458 (37 worldwide citation)

A fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) process and apparatus is described which includes a high temperature stripper (hot stripper) to control the carbon level, hydrogen level, and sulfur level on spent catalyst, followed by single or multi-stage regeneration. The high temperature stripper may operate at ...


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Joseph A Herbst, Hartley Owen, Paul H Schipper: Upgrading naphtha in a multiple riser fluid catalytic cracking operation employing a catalyst mixture. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Charles J Speciale, Richard D Stone, May 16, 1989: US04830728 (37 worldwide citation)

A catalytic cracking process is provided featuring multiple risers in which a variety of hydrocarbon conversion reactions take place, a stripping unit in which entrained hydrocarbon material is removed from catalyst and a regeneration zone in which spent cracking catalyst is regenerated, which compr ...