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The operators of a refinery, which had
just begun processing low-sulfur Bakken
shale, thought the low-sulfur content of
the oil would allow the refinery to
produce excellent low-sulfur jet fuel
while bypassing a significant portion of
the hydrotreating process. Unfortunately
the resulting fuel was both wet and
failed to meet the JFTOT test for
stability. To mitigate the potential
economic loss, the refiner asked Baker
Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) for help.
After analyzing the jet fuel, BHGE
recommended using EXALT™ filtration
services to bring the fuel back on spec.
The solution consisted of coalescing, salt
drying, and clay filtration. exalt-filtration-services-turned-unsellable-fuel-into-profitable-product-bakken-cs.pdf