Naphtha is a general term that has been used for over two thousand years to
refer to flammable liquid hydrocarbon mixtures. Mixtures labelled naphtha have
been produced from natural gas ...
Naphtha is the feedstock and the main products are ethene and propene, used to
... and aromatic hydrocarbons, produced by the processes described below.
Catalytic cracking uses oil vapor to help refine crude oils and produce a high
yield of product. ... A: White gas is the generic name for Coleman fuel or naphtha.
A secondary use for naphtha is as a feedstock for steam cracking to produce
petrochemicals (ethylene, propylene) and the production of aromatic
Jul 20, 1998 ... Shale naphtha is obtained by the distillation of oil produced from bituminous
shale by destructive distillation. Petroleum naphtha is a name ...
...naphtha is a volatile commercial product obtained by the distillation of coal tar.
Shale naphtha is obtained by the distillation of oil produced from bituminous ...
Dec 20, 2014 ... Coleman camp fuel, also known as white gas, is a common naphtha fuel used ...
These are used as feedstocks for derivative units that produce ...
Sep 13, 2013 ... In addition, naphthas may also be produced from coal tar, oil shale deposits, tar
sands such as in Canada, the destructive distillation of wood ...
condenses at a higher temperature than naphtha. ... For example, crude oil
contains kerosene and naphtha, which are useful fractions ... 3 Diesel oil is
Aug 11, 2016 ... Naphtha. Hydro- treating. Treating &. Blending. Coke. Fuel Gas. LPG. Aviation
...... 3 Fuel Oil — no longer produced since 1948. ▫ Intended to ...