Conversion of heavy oil in carbonic natural environment using catalyst - iron disulfide

UDK: 622.276.1/.4
DOI: 10.24887/0028-2448-2017-4-100-102
Key words: heavy oil, composition, rheological properties, hydrothermal catalytic transformations, iron disulfide
Authors: G.P. Kayukova, D.A. Feoktistov, A.V. Vakhin, (Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, RF, Kazan), I.P. Kosachev, G.V. Romanov, A.N. Mikhailova (A.E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, RF, Kazan), R.S. Khisamov (Tatneft PJSC, RF, Almetyevsk)

The purpose of the study was to assess the impact of hydrothermal and catalytic processes on the direction and depth of changes in the supermolecular components of heavy oil in the carbon environment, with the natural ferrous mineraliron disulfide as a catalyst. The number of laboratory experiments showed the peculiarities of changes in the group and structural-group composition of heavy oil Ashalchinskoye field (Republic of Tatarstan) and its rheological characteristics of hydrothermal-catalytic processes. The experiments was taken at temperature of 250, 300 and 350 C in a carbon dioxide environment using pyrite with chemical composition FeS2 as a natural mineral catalyst. It is shown that with increasing temperature up to 350 C almost twice increased content of newly formed hydrocarbon fractions. It is owing to decrease the content of tar and asphaltenes, causing a decrease in the viscosity of heavy oil in 2-2.5 times in the temperature range 10-60 C. The main difference heavy oil conversion in the presence of catalyst is activation of the flow of degradation reactions at C-C, C-N, C-O, C-S bounds, and in blocking polymerization reactions leading to the formation of coke-like products.

Experiments demonstrated the direction of changes in the composition of heavy oil and its qualitative characteristics in hydrothermal-catalytic processes at temperatures of 250, 300 and 350 C, using the natural mineral pyrite as a catalyst. In the presence of a catalyst compared to the original oil and the test-case products, the increase in temperature has been accompanied by a more intensive formation of saturated hydrocarbons, with a noticeable decrease in aromatic compounds and asphaltenes. The most profound transformations in the group composition of oil occur at a temperature of 350 C. This is reflected in a reduction in the viscosity of heavy oil, as well as in changes in its structural and group characteristics, including asphaltenes. The work shows potential for using hydrothermal-catalytic processes for the upgrading of heavy oil composition

References

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2. Isakov D.R., Nurgaliev D.K., Shaposhnikov D.A. et al., Role of phase and kinetics models in simulation modeling of in situ combustion (In Russ.), Khimiya i tekhnologiya topliv i masel = Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils, 2015, no. 1(587), pp. 5962.

3. Petrov S.M., Zakiyeva R.R., Ibrahim Abdelsalam Ya. et al., Upgrading of highviscosity naphtha in the super-critical water environment, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 2015, V. 10(24), pp. 4465644661.

4. Sitnov S.A., Petrovnina M.S., Feoktistov D.A. et al., Intensification of thermal steam methods of production of heavy oil using a catalyst based on cobalt (In Russ.), Neftyanoe khozyaystvo = Oil Industry, 2016, no. 11, pp.106108.

5. Varfolomeev M.A., Nagrimanov R.N., Samatov A.A. et al., Chemical evaluation and kinetics of Siberian, north regions of Russia and Republic of Tatarstan crude oils, Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects , 2016, V 38 (8), pp. 10311038.

6. Tumanyan B.P., Petrukhina N.N., Kayukova G.P. et al., Aquathermolysis of crude oils and natural bitumen: chemistry, catalysts and prospects for industrial implementation (In Russ.), Uspekhi khimii = Russian Chemical Reviews, 2015, V. 84(11), pp. 11451175.

7. Abdrafikova I.M., Kayukova G.P., Petrov S.M. et al., Conversion of extraheavy Ashal'chinskoe oil in hydrothermal catalytic system (In Russ.), Neftekhimiya = Petroleum Chemistry, 2015, V. 55, no. 2, pp. 110118.

8. Tomina N.N., Pimerzin A.A., Moiseev I.K., Sulfide hydrotreating catalysts of petroleum feedstocks (In Russ.), Rossiyskiy khimicheskiy zhurnal = Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 2008, V. LII, no. 4, pp. 4152.

9. ASTM D 412409, Standard test method for separation of asphalt into four fractions. 

10. Trukhina O.S., Sintsov I.A., Experience of carbone dioxide usage for enhanced oil recovery (In Russ.), Uspekhi sovremennogo estestvoznaniya, 2016, no. 3, pp. 205209.

11. Onishchenko Y.V., Vakhin A.V., Voronina E.V., Nurgaliev D.K., Thermo-catalytic destruction of kerogen in the presence of cobalt oxide nanoparticles and mineral pyrite, SPE 181915-MS, 2016.

The purpose of the study was to assess the impact of hydrothermal and catalytic processes on the direction and depth of changes in the supermolecular components of heavy oil in the carbon environment, with the natural ferrous mineraliron disulfide as a catalyst. The number of laboratory experiments showed the peculiarities of changes in the group and structural-group composition of heavy oil Ashalchinskoye field (Republic of Tatarstan) and its rheological characteristics of hydrothermal-catalytic processes. The experiments was taken at temperature of 250, 300 and 350 C in a carbon dioxide environment using pyrite with chemical composition FeS2 as a natural mineral catalyst. It is shown that with increasing temperature up to 350 C almost twice increased content of newly formed hydrocarbon fractions. It is owing to decrease the content of tar and asphaltenes, causing a decrease in the viscosity of heavy oil in 2-2.5 times in the temperature range 10-60 C. The main difference heavy oil conversion in the presence of catalyst is activation of the flow of degradation reactions at C-C, C-N, C-O, C-S bounds, and in blocking polymerization reactions leading to the formation of coke-like products.

Experiments demonstrated the direction of changes in the composition of heavy oil and its qualitative characteristics in hydrothermal-catalytic processes at temperatures of 250, 300 and 350 C, using the natural mineral pyrite as a catalyst. In the presence of a catalyst compared to the original oil and the test-case products, the increase in temperature has been accompanied by a more intensive formation of saturated hydrocarbons, with a noticeable decrease in aromatic compounds and asphaltenes. The most profound transformations in the group composition of oil occur at a temperature of 350 C. This is reflected in a reduction in the viscosity of heavy oil, as well as in changes in its structural and group characteristics, including asphaltenes. The work shows potential for using hydrothermal-catalytic processes for the upgrading of heavy oil composition

References

1. Khisamov R.S., Vysokoeffektivnye tekhnologii osvoeniya neftyanykh mestorozhdeniy (Highly efficient technology of development of oil field), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 2004, 638 p.

2. Isakov D.R., Nurgaliev D.K., Shaposhnikov D.A. et al., Role of phase and kinetics models in simulation modeling of in situ combustion (In Russ.), Khimiya i tekhnologiya topliv i masel = Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils, 2015, no. 1(587), pp. 5962.

3. Petrov S.M., Zakiyeva R.R., Ibrahim Abdelsalam Ya. et al., Upgrading of highviscosity naphtha in the super-critical water environment, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 2015, V. 10(24), pp. 4465644661.

4. Sitnov S.A., Petrovnina M.S., Feoktistov D.A. et al., Intensification of thermal steam methods of production of heavy oil using a catalyst based on cobalt (In Russ.), Neftyanoe khozyaystvo = Oil Industry, 2016, no. 11, pp.106108.

5. Varfolomeev M.A., Nagrimanov R.N., Samatov A.A. et al., Chemical evaluation and kinetics of Siberian, north regions of Russia and Republic of Tatarstan crude oils, Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects , 2016, V 38 (8), pp. 10311038.

6. Tumanyan B.P., Petrukhina N.N., Kayukova G.P. et al., Aquathermolysis of crude oils and natural bitumen: chemistry, catalysts and prospects for industrial implementation (In Russ.), Uspekhi khimii = Russian Chemical Reviews, 2015, V. 84(11), pp. 11451175.

7. Abdrafikova I.M., Kayukova G.P., Petrov S.M. et al., Conversion of extraheavy Ashal'chinskoe oil in hydrothermal catalytic system (In Russ.), Neftekhimiya = Petroleum Chemistry, 2015, V. 55, no. 2, pp. 110118.

8. Tomina N.N., Pimerzin A.A., Moiseev I.K., Sulfide hydrotreating catalysts of petroleum feedstocks (In Russ.), Rossiyskiy khimicheskiy zhurnal = Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 2008, V. LII, no. 4, pp. 4152.

9. ASTM D 412409, Standard test method for separation of asphalt into four fractions. 

10. Trukhina O.S., Sintsov I.A., Experience of carbone dioxide usage for enhanced oil recovery (In Russ.), Uspekhi sovremennogo estestvoznaniya, 2016, no. 3, pp. 205209.

11. Onishchenko Y.V., Vakhin A.V., Voronina E.V., Nurgaliev D.K., Thermo-catalytic destruction of kerogen in the presence of cobalt oxide nanoparticles and mineral pyrite, SPE 181915-MS, 2016.



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