New coke drums and fractionator tower are in place at Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery in Western Siberia. The three aging coke drums with an existing capacity of 767,000 tons/year are replaced by two new drums. The new DCU will have a processing capacity of two million tons of crude per year.
Along with other upgrades, the delayed coking unit will increase the conversion rate to 97 percent, with a yield of light petroleum products increased to 80 percent. It will also allow production of 38,700 tons of raw needle coke.
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