PETROLEUM COKE: ESSENTIAL TO MANUFACTURING

Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a product produced from all types of oil (light/heavy crudes) during the oil refining process. Many different products are extracted from a barrel of crude oil in addition to gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Petroleum coke just one of the many. Petroleum coke is not a new product and has been produced since the 1930s.

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Petcoke dust, Petcoke powder, Petcoke, Petroleum coke ...

Petroleum Coke Lumps is one of the main products produced from coke. We manufacture high quality pet coke dust and available in 5 to 50mm thickness particles. We are also recognized as one of the established supplier and exporter of high-quality petroleum coke lumps in this industry.

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Prevention of Airborne Dust from Petroleum Coke Stockpiles ...

To prevent airborne dust from Petroleum Coke stockpiles, there must be an understanding of all the variables. The first variable is the particle size of the material in the stockpile. The USDA has defined silt as material with a particle size smaller than 200 mesh. The US EPA has adopted this definition in their regulations (EPA Appendix C.2). The second variable is moisture. It is common for ...

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Petroleum Coke Dust : NPR

Jan 25, 2000· Petroleum Coke Dust NPR's Gerry Hadden reports on complaints by workers at the Port of Los Angeles over the health hazard the face from petroleum coke dust. The fine dust …

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M a t e r i a l S a f e t y D a t a S h e e t 1. PRODUCT ...

Page 3/6 Status: Final 724120 - Calcined Coke Date of Issue: 30-May-2007 Methods for cleaning up: Cleanup under expert supervision is advised.Minimize dust generation. Sweep up and package appropriately for disposal.

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Refining Community | » Reducing Petcoke Runoff With Dust ...

Dec 09, 2014· One of the battles between petroleum coke storage operators and regulators often goes something like this: operators apply for permits and licenses, submit to environmental inspections, and work diligently with local and state authorities on an ongoing basis. Later, these same powers issue citations and even levy fines against the companies over air quality due to fugitive dust. Operators ...

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Setting the Record Straight on the Health Impacts of ...

Feb 28, 2014· Recently, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) drew attention by issuing a toxicity assessment of petroleum coke dust, in conjunction with its permitting of a coke …

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Explosion risk in coke, coal and sulphur storage

others. The coke sample has higher values than the coal sample for all the parameters except MITl. Due to these values, the coal dust clouds will ignite with less severe conditions than the coke dust clouds, but if the dust is forming a layer, the coke would ignite at lower temperatures than the coal.

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Dust from petroleum coke piles on Detroit River spreading ...

Jul 15, 2013· DETROIT – For months people have been complaining about the piles of what is known as petroleum coke along the Detroit River.. It's more than just an eyesore and the dust …

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Handling Petroleum Coke in a Safe and Healthful Manner ...

Apr 16, 2012· Petroleum coke is readily able to form dust clouds of finely divided, combustible material. OSHA's National Emphasis Program for Combustible Dust (CPL-03-00-008) emphasizes the need for administrative and engineering controls including immediate housekeeping, prevention of ignition sources, ventilation with spark detection and explosion ...

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Petroleum Coke Particle Size Effects on the Treatment of ...

for petroleum coke since graphite and coke have much better interaction with microwave [6]. Therefore, in order to use inexpensive carbon source for treatment of EAF dust, smaller coke particles should be used to have good treatment outcome. Table 2 Temperature after …

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Petroleum Coke: Summary of Composition and Evaluation of ...

Neither petroleum coke dust nor coal dust are regulated as carcinogenic. Green coke was not carcinogenic in rats or monkeys exposed for two years by inhalation at up to 30 mg/m3. Green coke was not genotoxic based on in vivo testing. Testing for reproductive or developmental effects in rats at up to

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SAFETY DATA SHEET - MPC Brand

Petroleum coke was found not to be carcinogenic in monkeys and rats in a two-year inhalation study at concentrations up to 30 mg/m3. Chronic inflammatory changes similar to those produced by non-specific respiratory irritants were observed in some rats at the highest exposure level. Chronic skin painting studies of coke dust in mice did not produce

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The Petcoke Problem: Where to Store the Risky Tar Sands ...

Petroleum coke, typically stored outdoors in big open piles, can blow right into nearby homes and cause serious health problems. ... experts recognized that petcoke dust is a form of PM10—the ...

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Motiva confirms release of 'petroleum coke dust' from Port ...

Motiva confirms release of 'petroleum coke dust' from Port Arthur refinery, sets up claims line. Port Arthur residents can call 1-800-451-7746 if they were affected by Friday's dust release.

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NEW CHEMICAL REDUCES COKE DUST EMISSIONS AT …

In 1991, in conjunction with Chevron's blending and shipping group, Benetech (as Natec) began to formulate a dust-suppressant product particularly for use with petroleum coke. The chemical needed to:

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SAFETY DATA SHEET

Product Name: PETROLEUM COKE Revision Date: 07 Aug 2015 Page 1 of 10 _____ SAFETY DATA SHEET SECTION 1 PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT Product Name: PETROLEUM COKE Product Description: Petroleum Coke Product Code: 360131-00 Intended Use: Fuel, Miscellaneous industrial applications COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

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Prevention of Airborne Dust from Petroleum Coke Stockpiles ...

To prevent airborne dust from Petroleum Coke stockpiles, there must be an understanding of all the variables. The first variable is the particle size of the material in the stockpile. The USDA has defined silt as material with a particle size smaller than 200 mesh. The US EPA has adopted this definition in their regulations (EPA Appendix C.2).

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Chicago Has The Koch Brothers To Thank For Its Toxic Black ...

In this Oct. 25, 2013 photo, petroleum coke, or petcoke, is stored on barges on the Calumet River near the Chicago Skyway Bridge in Chicago. The grainy black byproduct of oil refining has been piling up along Midwest shipping channels and sparking a new wave of environmental concerns.

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Lab Analysis of Dust Wipe Samples | Petroleum Coke on ...

Dust wipe samples collected on residential properties near the fenceline of KCBX North and South Terminals in Chicago, which store and handle pet coke, were analyzed for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and trace metals and minerals.

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) - Dofasco

Coke dust may form combustible mixtures in the air. 5(c) Special Protective Equipment and Precautions for Fire-fighters: Self-contained NIOSH approved respiratory protection and full protective clothing should be worn when fumes and/or smoke from fire are present. Heat and flames cause emittance of acrid smoke and fumes.

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How One Community Is Kicking The Koch Brothers' Harmful ...

FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2013 file photo, the Willis Tower in downtown Chicago provides a backdrop to a huge mound of petroleum coke in a residential area in southeast part of the city. Gov. Pat Quinn announced Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, that emergency rules for the storage and handling of petroleum coke are being filed this week with the Illinois Secretary of State.

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Safety Data Sheet Petroleum Coke - Sinclair Oil Corporation

Petroleum Coke, Uncalcined September 24, 2014 Page 3 of 6 local exhaust may be required. Dust control equipment such as local exhaust ventilation or material transport systems

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What is Petcoke? And What is it Used For? Petro Online

North American production of petroleum coke or petcoke, as it's commonly known, has been steadily increasing since the late 80s. But innovations in bitumen extraction have allowed petcoke production to shoot up in recent years, and U.S. exports of petcoke have risen by the barrel load: 184 million barrels in 2012, to be precise.

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Petroleum coke - Wikipedia

Petroleum coke, abbreviated coke or petcoke, is a final carbon-rich solid material that derives from oil refining, and is one type of the group of fuels referred to as cokes.Petcoke is the coke that, in particular, derives from a final cracking process—a thermo-based chemical engineering process that splits long chain hydrocarbons of petroleum into shorter chains—that takes place in units ...

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After Petcoke, Community Confronts More Dangerous ...

Feb 08, 2017· The dust came from uncovered piles of coal and petroleum coke, or petcoke, a solid byproduct of the oil refining process that is stored at sites in this heavily industrial corridor along the Calumet River, just south of the Chicago Skyway bridge.

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Coking.com | » Petcoke Dust Suppression

Petroleum coke (petcoke) production and supplies are on the rise, introducing environmental and legal disputes between the largest handlers of the material and the communities in which it is transported and stored. The controversy is over the potential for air and water pollution, including the manner in which the industry engages in petcoke dust suppression and the subsequent runoff control ...

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