Outlook of technology production and use of oil shale in the world
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The purpose of the study - the study of the world market of oil shale
The object of the study are oil shale
Study geography - the world market
This work is a desk study. The sources of information used data of Rosstat , the Statistical Office of Estonia, the Federal Customs Service of Russia, State Customs Committee of Ukraine , databases UN data.
Also used data from the sector and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of companies , materials, websites of companies engaged in the extraction and processing of oil shale , materials research papers and conferences.
The report consists of three chapters, contains 99 pages , 18 figures and 20 tables.
The first chapter is devoted to the technology of extraction and processing of oil shale in the various countries of the world. This chapter provides information about the underlying technologies of thermal processing of oil shale , gave a detailed description of technologies that are currently used in the world on an industrial scale .
The second chapter considers data on the level of production and processing of oil shale in the world.
This chapter presents data on the prevalence of deposits of oil shale , the amount of stocks and raw material from different fields.
The chapter analyzes statistical data on the dynamics of production of oil shale in Estonia and Russia in the period from 1940 to the present.
The main directions and volumes of oil shale use in different countries.
The third chapter is devoted to analysis of prices of processed oil shale .
Finally, are the main conclusions of the study .
I. Technology production and use of oil shale in the different countries of the world
1.1. production Technology
1.2. processing technology
Technology Petrosix (Brazil)
Technology ATP (Alberta Taciuk Process)
II. The level of production and utilization of oil shale in the different countries of the world
2.1. World stocks and the qualitative characteristics of oil shale
2.2. The extraction and use of oil shale in the different countries of the world
VKG (Viru Keemia Grupp) (Kohtla-Jarve)
Eesti Energia (Narva)
Kiviõli Keemiatööstus (g Kivioli)
The use of oil shale in Estonia's energy sector
2.3. Projects for the production and processing of oil shale
Russia (Komi Republic)
III. An analysis of prices for refined products of oil shale
Brief conclusions of the study
Table 1. Technological parameters of the installation UTT -3000
Table 2. Comparison of the industrial technology of processing of oil shale
Table 3. The distribution of the world's reserves of oil shale by country ,%
Table 4. World reserves of shale oil and the volume of its production in 2008 and 2011
Table 5. Comparison of the quality of various oil shale deposits in the world
Table 6. Characteristics of the different samples of oil shale deposits in the world ,%
Table 7. The qualitative characteristics of Estonian oil shale
Table 8. Specifications furnace oil production VKG Oil AS
Table 9. Technical characteristics of shale oil to impregnate the wood production VKG Oil AS
Table 10. The chemical composition of the total production of shale phenols VKG Oil AS
Table 11. The chemical composition of the fraction of shale phenols HONEYOL production VKG Oil AS
Table 12. The main characteristics of the products , fine chemicals production VKG Oil AS
Table 13. Characteristics of the original fractions of shale oil production Eesti Energia Olitooustus
Table 14. The chemical composition of the composite oil production Eesti Energia Olitooustus
Table 15. Characteristics of shale oil C -1 of Kiviõli Keemiatööstus
Table 16. Technical characteristics of shale oil production "Plant Shales "
Table 17. The qualitative characteristics of shale deposits Leningrad and Kashpirskogo
Table 18. Distillates Kashpirskogo shale deposits and their application
Table 19. The reserves of oil shale in China
Table 20. Average annual export prices for the products of Estonia on the basis of shale oil for export to Russia in 2007-2012 , $ / t
Figure 1. Scheme thermal decomposition by heating the oil shale
Figure 2 . The distribution of the organic mass by thermal decomposition shale
Figure 3 . The scheme of the underground oil-shale processing company Shell
Figure 4 . Schematic diagram of a 1000 -ton generator technology Kiviter
Figure 5 . Schematic diagram of the setup UTT -3000
Figure 6. Diagram of the retort Petrosix
Figure 7. Schematic diagram of the setup Petrosix
Figure 8. Installation scheme of ATP (Alberta Taciuk Process)
Figure 9. The structure of the world's reserves of oil shale on the quality of raw materials ,%
Figure 10 . The volume of world production of oil shale in 1880-2000
Figure 11. Dynamics of mining of oil shale in the USSR in 1940-1990 , mln t
Figure 12. Dynamics of mining of oil shale in Estonia in 1940-2012 , mln t
Figure 13. Dynamics of production of oil shale in Estonia in 2000-2012 , kt
Figure 14. The dynamics of domestic consumption of oil shale in Estonia in 2005-2012 , kt
Figure 15. Dynamics of production of coke in Estonia in 2000-2012 , kt
Figure 16. Dynamics of mining of oil shale in Russia in 1940-2010 , kt
Figure 17. Dynamics of average export prices for coke tar Estonia in 2007-2012 , $ / t
Figure 18. Dynamics of average export prices for shale oil company VKG Oil AS for deliveries to Russia in 2007-2012 , $ / t