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Henricus M J Bijwaard, Michael A M Boersma, Swan T Sie: Process for the preparation of middle distillates. Shell Oil Company, John M Duncan, Ronald R Reper, May 24, 1983: US04385193 (36 worldwide citation)

Middle distillate hydrocarbons are produced from feed mixtures of carbon monoxide and hydrogen by contacting said feed at elevated temperature and pressure in a first stage with certain impregnated catalysts and contacting at least the middle distillate fraction of the product of the first stage in ...


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Michael A M Boersma, Swan T Sie: Process for upgrading of Fischer-Tropsch products. Shell Oil Company, Ronald R Reper, November 18, 1980: US04234412 (15 worldwide citation)

A process for upgrading of Fischer-Tropsch hydrocarbon synthesis product which comprises separating said product with at least one of a light boiling fraction and/or heavy boiling fractions and contacting said fraction(s) with certain crystalline silicates to obtain an aromatic gasoline and/or a fue ...


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Michael A M Boersma, Johannes M Nanne, Martin F M Post: Process for the preparation of crystalline silicates. Shell Oil Company, John M Duncan, Ronald R Reper, June 29, 1982: US04337176 (14 worldwide citation)

An improved process for the preparation of certain crystalline iron silicates particularly suitable for converting acyclic oxygen-containing hydrocarbons into aromatic hydrocarbons wherein use of high silicon content compounds together with certain amines results in silicates having unexpected catal ...


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Michael A M Boersma, Martin F M Post, Lambert Schaper: Process for the preparation of hydrocarbons. Shell Oil Company, May 25, 1982: US04331774 (12 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for the preparation of aromatic hydrocarbon mixtures from a feed mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen by contacting said feed at elevated temperature and pressure with a mixture of two catalysts; one capable of converting said feed into acyclic oxygen containing hydrocarbon ...



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