Hydroconversion of Oil Shale on Natural Mineral Matrices
The hydroconversion of high-sulfur oil shale in the presence of natural mineral matrices: shale ash, sandstone, and clay has been investigated. It has been shown that mineral matrices containing clays and iron exhibit catalytic activity during the hydroconversion of oil shales. Due to this activity, a significant reduction in the sulfur and nitrogen content and an increase in the amount of light fractions in the resulting synthetic oil are achieved.
Keywordsoil shale hydroconversion mineral matrices
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