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of tar sand bitumen boils above 540 C (1004 F) Thus, a product of acceptable quality could be obtained by distillation to an appropriate cut point but the majority of the bitumen would remain behind to be refined by whichever means would be appropriate, remembering, of course, the need to balance fuel requirements and coke production It is therefore essential that any bitumen-upgrading program convert the nonvolatile residuum to a lowboiling, low-viscosity, low-molecular-weight, high hydrocarbon/carbon ratio oil Bitumen is hydrogen-deficient that is upgraded by carbon removal (coking) or hydrogen addition (hydrocracking) There are two methods by which bitumen conversion can be achieved: (a) by direct heating of mined tar sand and (b) by thermal decomposition of separated bitumen The latter is the method used commercially but the former deserves mention here since there is the potential for commercialization An early process involved a coker for bitumen conversion and a burner to remove carbon from the sand A later proposal suggested that the Lurgi process might have applicability to bitumen conversion A more modern approach has also been developed which also cracks the bitumen constituents on the sand The processor consists of a large, horizontal, rotating vessel that is arranged in a series of compartments The two major compartments are a preheating zone and a reaction zone Product yields and quality are reported to be high Direct coking of tar sand with a fluid-bed technique has also been tested In this process, tar sand is fed to a coker or still, where the tar sand is heated to approximately 480 C (896 F) by contact with a fluid bed of clean sand from which the coke has been removed by burning Volatile portions of the bitumen are distilled Residual portions are thermally cracked, resulting in the deposition of a layer of coke around each sand grain Coked solids are withdrawn down a standpipe, fluid with air, and transferred to a burner or regenerator [operating at approximately 800 C (1472 F)] where most of the coke is burned off the sand grains The clean, hot sand is withdrawn through a standpipe Part (20 40 percent) is rejected and the remainder is recirculated to the coker to provide the heat for the coking reaction The products leave the coker as a vapor, which is condensed in a receiver Reaction off-gases from the receiver are recirculated to fluidize the clean, hot sand which is returned to the coker
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461 Primary Conversion The overall upgrading process by which bitumen is converted to liquid fuels is accomplished in two steps Initially, at the time of opening of both the Suncor and Syncrude plants, the first step is the primary conversion process or primary upgrading process (coking) that involves cracking the bitumen to lighter products that are more easily processed downstream The secondary upgrading process involves hydrogenation of the primary products and is the means by which sulfur and nitrogen are removed from the primary products The synthetic crude oil can then be refined to gasoline, jet fuel, and homes heating oil by conventional means There are two coking processes that have been applied to the production of liquids from Athabasca bitumen Delayed coking is practised at the Suncor plant, whereas Syncrude employs a fluid-coking process which produces less coke than the delayed coking in exchange for more liquids and gases Thus, coking became the process of choice for bitumen conversion and bitumen is currently converted commercially by delayed coking (Suncor) and by fluid coking (Syncrude) In each case the charge is converted to distillate oils, coke, and light gases The coke fraction and product gases can be used for plant fuel The coker distillate is a partially upgraded material in itself and is a suitable feed for hydrodesulfurization to produce a low-sulfur synthetic crude oil Delayed coking is a semibatch process in which feed bitumen is heated before being fed to coking drums that provide sufficient residence time for the cracking reactions to occur In
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