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August 19, 2016 | Hydrocarbon Processing
Hydrotreating is a critical step in the refining process where hydrogen and proprietary catalysts are used to pre-treat petroleum and other products to remove sulfur, nitrogen, metals and other contaminants before conversion into transportation fuels. Hydrotreating helps produce cleaner-burning gasoline and diesel that meets increasingly stringent global fuel regulations, including Euro-V, China-V, and in India, BS-VI – all of which specify sulfur content of less than 10 ppm in transportation fuels.