Certifying Sulfur in Automotive Fuels & Monitoring Chlorine for Corrosion Mitigation
With the high volatility in crude prices leading to uncertainty in budgets, refiners are seeking new, innovative ways to respond to the industry’s dynamic landscape. Refineries are facing many new challenges, including complying with new regulations, protecting against chlorine-induced corrosion, and the costs associated with both.
- Globally, adoption of regulations like Euro VI and Tier 3 continue to lower the required sulfur level in automotive fuels. With these changes come challenges, and it is more important than ever to seek out the most precise and reliable solution to produce the best data.
- Refinery corrosion is a critical and very expensive problem. Leading refiners have found that by lowering the chloride content of desalted crude oil and process streams, they can significantly extend time between turnarounds, lower the costs of corrosion, and decrease related safety hazards.
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