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John D McCollum, Leonard M Quick: Process for recovering and upgrading hydrocarbons from oil shale and tar sands. Standard Oil Company, James R Henes, Arthur G Gilkes, William T McClain, April 6, 1976: US03948755 (240 worldwide citation)

A process for recovering and upgrading hydrocarbons from oil shale and tar sands by contacting the oil shale or tar sands with a dense-water-containing fluid at a temperature in the range of from about 600.degree.F. to about 900.degree.F. in the absence of externally supplied hydrogen and in the pre ...


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John D McCollum, Leonard M Quick: Process for recovering and upgrading hydrocarbons from oil shale. Standard Oil Company, James L Wilson, Arthur G Gilkes, William T McClain, April 24, 1979: US04151068 (87 worldwide citation)

A process for recovering and upgrading hydrocarbons from oil shale by contacting the oil shale solids in the presence of an acidic or oxidative catalytic substance with a water-containing fluid at a temperature in the range of from at least 705.degree. F., the critical temperature of water, to about ...


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John D McCollum, Leonard M Quick: Process for upgrading a hydrocarbon fraction. Standard Oil Company, James R Henes, Arthur G Gilkes, William T McClain, June 1, 1976: US03960706 (72 worldwide citation)

A process for upgrading a hydrocarbon fraction and for generating hydrogen in situ by contacting the hydrocarbon fraction with a dense-water-containing fluid at a temperature in the range of from about 600.degree. to about 900.degree.F. in the absence of externally supplied hydrogen and of pretreatm ...


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Albert L Hensley Jr, Leonard M Quick: Process for demetallation and desulfurization of heavy hydrocarbons. Standard Oil Company, James R Henes, William T McClain, William H Magidson, July 15, 1980: US04212729 (72 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a two-stage catalytic process for hydrodemetallation and hydrodesulfurization of heavy hydrocarbon streams containing asphaltenes and a substantial amount of metals. The first stage of this process comprises contacting the feedstock in a first reaction zone with hydrogen and a demetalla ...


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John D McCollum, Leonard M Quick: Process for upgrading a hydrocarbon fraction. Standard Oil Company, James R Henes, Arthur G Gilkes, William T McClain, June 1, 1976: US03960708 (67 worldwide citation)

A process for upgrading a hydrocarbon fraction by contacting the hydrocarbon fraction with a dense-water-containing fluid at a temperature in the range of from about 600.degree.F. to about 900.degree.F. in the absence of externally supplied hydrogen and of pretreatment of the hydrocarbon fraction an ...


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Albert L Hensley Jr, Leonard M Quick: Process for hydrotreating heavy hydrocarbons. Standard Oil Company, David E Boone, William T McClain, William H Magidson, September 30, 1980: US04225421 (58 worldwide citation)

A process for hydrodemetallation and hydrodesulfurization of hydrocarbon feedstock containing asphaltenes and metals by contacting said feedstock with hydrogen and a bimodal catalyst consisting essentially of at least one active original hydrogenation metal selected from Group VIB deposited on a sup ...


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Albert L Hensley Jr, Leonard M Quick: Process for demetallation and desulfurization of heavy hydrocarbons. Standard Oil Company, William H Magidson, William T McClain, Ralph C Medhurst, October 27, 1981: US04297242 (51 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a two-stage catalytic process for hydrodemetallation and hydrodesulfurization of heavy hydrocarbon streams containing asphaltenes and a substantial amount of metals. The first stage of this process comprises contacting the feedstock in a first reaction zone with hydrogen and a demetalla ...


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Albert L Hensley Jr, Leonard M Quick: Hydrotreating catalyst and process. Amoco Corporation, James R Henes, William T McClain, William H Magidson, October 29, 1985: US04549957 (50 worldwide citation)

Hydrotreating catalysts comprise a hydrogenating component and a support comprising at least one porous refractory inorganic oxide, said catalyst having BET surface area of 150 to about 190 m.sup.2 /g, nitrogen desorption pore volume of 0.8 to about 1.2 cc/g in micropores with radii up to 600 .ANG., ...


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Albert L Hensley Jr, Leonard M Quick: Three-catalyst process for the hydrotreating of heavy hydrocarbon streams. Standard Oil Company, James L Wilson, William T McClain, William H Magidson, February 14, 1984: US04431525 (45 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a process for hydrotreating a heavy hydrocarbon stream containing metals, asphaltenes, nitrogen compounds, and sulfur compounds to reduce the contents of these contaminants. The process comprises contacting said stream in the presence of hydrogen and under suitable hydrotreating c ...


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John D McCollum, Leonard M Quick: Process for recovering and upgrading hydrocarbons from oil shale and tar sands. Standard Oil Company, James R Henes, Arthur G Gilkes, William T McClain, April 6, 1976: US03948754 (44 worldwide citation)

A process for recovering and upgrading hydrocarbons from oil shale and tar sands by contacting the oil shale or tar sands with a dense-water-containing fluid at a temperature in the range of from about 600.degree.F. to about 900.degree.F. in the absence of supplied hydrogen and in the presence of a ...