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Inventor:
Riley; Kenneth L.
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Baton Rouge, LA
No. of patents:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8067331 Bulk catalyst comprising nickel tungsten metal oxidic particles November 29, 2011
The invention relates to a nickel tungsten bulk catalyst, to a process for the manufacture of said catalyst and to the use of said catalyst for the hydrotreatment, in particular the hydrodesulphurisation and hydrodenitrogenation of hydrocarbon feedstock. The catalyst comprises nickel
7816299 Hydrotreating catalyst system suitable for use in hydrotreating hydrocarbonaceous feedstreams October 19, 2010
A stacked bed catalyst system comprising at least one first catalyst selected from conventional hydrotreating catalyst having an average pore diameter of greater than about 10 nm and at least one second catalyst comprising a bulk metal hydrotreating catalyst comprised of at least one
7597795 Process for making lube oil basestocks October 6, 2009
A process for producing lube oil basestocks involving solvent extracting a waxy feed to produce at least a lube oil boiling range raffinate, hydrotreating the lube oil raffinate to produce a hydrotreated raffinate, and dewaxing the hydrotreated raffinate.
7229548 Process for upgrading naphtha June 12, 2007
A method for upgrading a naphtha feed to a naphtha product containing less than about 10 wppm of nitrogen and less than about 15 wppm sulfur, the method comprising contacting said naphtha feed with hydrogen in the presence of a bulk multimetallic catalyst under effective reactor cond
6299760 Nickel molybodtungstate hydrotreating catalysts (law444) October 9, 2001
A hydrodenitrogenation catalyst is prepared by decomposing a nickel (ammonium) molybdotungstate precursor and sulfiding, either pre-use or in situ, the decomposition product.
6245709 Supported Ni-Cu hydroconversion catalyst June 12, 2001
Nickel-copper catalysts supported on an amorphous silica-alumina acidic carrier, preferably containing a binder, and having an iso-electric point of .gtoreq.6.5 are used to hydroisomerize paraffins, particularly Fischer-Tropsch paraffins, boiling at 350.degree. F.+ into lighter, more
6162350 Hydroprocessing using bulk Group VIII/Group VIB catalysts (HEN-9901) December 19, 2000
Hydroprocessing of petroleum and chemical feedstocks using bulk Group VIII/Group VIB catalysts. Preferred catalysts include those comprised of Ni--Mo--W.
6156695 Nickel molybdotungstate hydrotreating catalysts December 5, 2000
A hydrodenitrogenation catalyst is prepared by decomposing a nickel (ammonium) molybdotungstate precursor and sulfiding, either pre-use or in situ, the decomposition product.
6126814 Selective hydrodesulfurization process (HEN-9601) October 3, 2000
A process for hydrodesulfurizing naphtha feedstream wherein the reactor inlet temperature is below the dew point of the feedstock at the reactor inlet so that the naphtha will completely vaporize within the catalyst bed. It is preferred to use a catalyst comprised of about 1 to about 10
6013598 Selective hydrodesulfurization catalyst January 11, 2000
The present invention relates to catalysts for hydrodesulfurizing naphtha streams. The catalysts are comprised of a suitable support material, and about 1 to about 10 wt. % MoO.sub.3, about 0.1 to about 5 wt. % CoO supported on a suitable support material. They are also characterized as
5968465 Process for removal of HCN from synthesis gas October 19, 1999
Hydrogen cyanide is removed from an HCN containing gas, e.g., a gas containing CO+H.sub.2, by contact with a metal oxide catalyst comprised of the oxides of molybdenum, titanium, and aluminum in the presence of water vapor, and subsequently water washing the resulting gas.
5919725 Heteropoly salts or acid salts deposited in the interior of porous supports July 6, 1999
The present invention relates to a catalyst composition, its methods of preparation and its use in aromatic alkylation processes. The composition comprises a heteropoly compound selected from the group consisting of heteropoly salts and heteropolyacid salts deposited in the interior of a
5910242 Process for reduction of total acid number in crude oil June 8, 1999
A process for reducing the total acid number of an acidic crude by treating the crude with hydrogen treat gas in the presence of a hydrotreating catalyst wherein the treat gas also contains hydrogen sulfide.
5866739 Heteropoly salts or acid salts deposited in the interior of porous supports February 2, 1999
The present invention relates to a catalyst composition, its methods of preparation and its use in aromatic alkylation processes. The composition comprises a heteropoly compound selected from the group consisting of heteropoly salts and heteropolyacid salts deposited in the interior of a
5756420 Supported hydroconversion catalyst and process of preparation thereof May 26, 1998
Hydroconversion of paraffin containing hydrocarbon feeds is effected over a supported Group VIII and Group VI metal containing catalyst also containing a hydrocracking suppressant such as a Group IB metal, wherein the catalyst is preferably prepared by fixing the Group IB metal on to the
5750819 Process for hydroconversion of paraffin containing feeds May 12, 1998
Hydroconversion of paraffin containing hydrocarbon feeds is effected over a supported Group VIII and Group VI metal containing catalyst also containing a hydrocracking suppressant such as a Group IB metal, wherein the catalyst is preferably prepared by fixing the Group IB metal on to the
5474670 Stacked bed catalyst system for deep hydrodesulfurization December 12, 1995
The present invention relates to a method of removing sulfur from a hydrotreating process stream comprising contacting a sulfur containing feedstock with a stacked bed catalyst system comprising a first catalyst bed comprising hydrodesulfurization catalysts followed by a second catal
5406016 Transalkylation of benzene with heavy catalytic naphtha April 11, 1995
A process for simultaneously converting benzene to predominantly methylbenzenes and reducing the concentration of C.sub.10 + alkyl aromatics in a naphtha boiling range refinery process stream containing both benzene and C.sub.10 + alkyl aromatics by contacting the stream at effective
5399793 Hydrogenation catalyst for oxo alcohol process March 21, 1995
The hydrogenation steps and hydrofinishing steps of the cobalt catalyst oxo process for preparation of the alcohols by the hydroformylation of olefin are carried out using a catalyst containing Ni/Mo on alumina or silica alumina prepared by depositing an organic acid solution of Ni and M
5382715 Hydrogenation catalyst with low phosphorous content for oxo alcohol process January 17, 1995
The hydrogenation steps and hydrofinishing steps of the cobalt catalyst oxo process for preparation of the alcohols by the hydroformylation of olefin are carried out using a nickel-molybdenum catalyst on an alumina or silica alumina support which has a phosphorous content of O.1 wt. % to
5340657 Pillared micas August 23, 1994
This invention relates to pillared micas, which comprise an active metal selected from the group consisting of Pt, Cr, Pd, It, Rh and mixtures thereof, and a first modifier metal selected from the group consisting of Sn, Ga and mixtures thereof. The mica may also be modified with a secon
5338717 Method for the preparation of supported hydrogenation and hydrotreating catalysts August 16, 1994
The present invention relates to the preparation of catalysts for heteroatom removal, particularly sulfur, from petroleum and synthetic fuel feedstocks. The catalyst is comprised of at least one Group VIII metal, and at least one Group VI metal, on a refractory support. The catalyst is
5336654 Method for the preparation of supported hydrogenation and hydrotreating catalysts August 9, 1994
A method for the preparation of catalysts for heteroatom removal, particularly sulfur, from petroleum and synthetic fuel feedstocks. The catalyst is comprised of at least one Group VIII metal, and at least one Group VI metal, on a refractory support. The present method for preparing
5290426 High porosity, high surface area isomerization catalyst and its use March 1, 1994
A novel, high porosity, high surface area catalyst is disclosed which is useful in wax isomerization processes, especially for the production of high viscosity index, low pour point lubricating oil base stocks or blending stocks. The catalyst contains a catalytically active metal com
5258567 Dehydrogenation of hydrocarbons November 2, 1993
This invention relates to a process for the dehydrogenation of C.sub.2 -C.sub.10 hydrocarbons at dehydrogenation conditions with a pillared mica catalyst which contains an active metal selected from the group consisting of Pt, Cr and mixtures thereof, and a first modifier metal selected
5198100 Hydrotreating using novel hydrotreating catalyst March 30, 1993
A hydrotreating process using a sulfided catalyst composition comprised of at least one Group VIII metal and at least one Group VI metal on an inorganic oxide support, which sulfided catalyst is derived from a catalyst precursor comprised of salts and/or complexes of a Group VIII met
5182248 High porosity, high surface area isomerization catalyst January 26, 1993
A novel, high porosity, high surface area catalyst is disclosed which is useful in wax isomerization processes, especially for the production of high viscosity index, low pour point lubricating oil base stocks or blending stocks. The catalyst contains a catalytically active metal com
5164354 Supported hydrogenation and hydrotreating catalysts November 17, 1992
A catalyst composition having superior hydrotreating activity which catalyst is comprised of salts and/or complexes of Group VIII metals with Group VI metal heteropolyacids on an inorganic oxide support material, wherein the concentration of Group VIII metal ranges from about 2 to 20
5152885 Hydrotreating process using noble metal supported catalysts October 6, 1992
A process for removing heteroatoms from a hydrocarbonaceous feedstock using a catalyst composition comprised of: about 0.005 to 5.0 wt. % noble metal, about 0.5 to 5 wt. % of at least one Group VIII metal, and about 3 to 18 wt. % of a Group VI metal, and a refractory support, wherein the
5140050 Titania catalysts, their preparation, and use in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis August 18, 1992
A process for the preparation of novel binder-containing titania supports, and catalyst compositions of improved porosity prepared from such supports, useful for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. The supports are prepared by incorporating a small amount of an inorganic metal oxide binder, c
5086027 Novel noble metal supported hydrotreating catalysts February 4, 1992
A catalyst composition comprised of: about 0.005 to 5.0 wt. % noble metal, about 0.5 to 5 wt. % of at least one Group VIII metal, and about 3 to 18 wt. % of a Group VI metal, and a refractory support, wherein the noble metal is incorporated into the refractory support by use of a precurs
4992406 Titania-supported catalysts and their preparation for use in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis February 12, 1991
A process for the preparation of novel binder-containing titania supports, and catalyst compositions of improved porosity prepared from such supports, useful for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. The supports are prepared by incorporating a small amount of an inorganic metal oxide binder, c
4988434 Removal of metallic contaminants from a hydrocarbonaceous liquid January 29, 1991
A method of reducing the concentration of metal contaminants, such as vanadium and nickel, in a petroleum distillate or other hydrocarbonaceous liquid is disclosed. The method comprises demetallizing the distillate over an activated-carbon supported vanadium catalyst.
4977126 Process for the preparation of surface impregnated dispersed cobalt metal catalysts December 11, 1990
A process for the preparation of catalysts wherein a catalytically effective amount of cobalt is impregnated and dispersed as a film, or layer, on the peripheral outer surface of a particulate porous inorganic oxide support, notably alumina, silica, silica-alumina and titania; partic
4966880 Novel platinum-tin-alumina reforming catalysts October 30, 1990
A catalyst for reforming gasoline boiling range naphthas which catalysts are comprised of Pt and Sn on alumina and a modifier comprised of about 100 to 500 wppm Si and at least 10 wppm of one or more alkaline earth metals selected from Ca, Mg, Ba, and Sr wherein the total amount of m
4963249 Reforming using novel platinum-tin alumina catalysts October 16, 1990
A process for reforming gasoline boiling range naphthas which process comprises use of catalysts comprised of Pt and Sn on alumina and a modifier comprised of at least about 100 wppm Si and at least 10 wppm of one or more alkaline earth metals selected from Ca, Mg, Ba, and Sr wherein
4113656 Hydrotreating catalyst and process utilizing the same September 12, 1978
A catalyst is provided which comprises a hydrogenation component composited with an alumina-containing support. The catalyst has a median pore radius ranging from about 70 to about 95 Angstroms and a specified pore size distribution. A preferred catalyst is cobalt-molybdenum on alumina.
4069139 Hydrodesulfurization of oil utilizing a narrow pore size distribution catalyst January 17, 1978
A catalyst is provided which comprises a hydrogenation component composited with an alumina-containing support. The catalyst has a median pore radius ranging from about 70 to about 95 Angstroms and a narrow specified pore size distribution in a range of 10 Angstroms above and 10 Angstrom
4054644 Water gas shift process October 18, 1977
Hydrogen is produced by reacting carbon monoxide with steam at a temperature of at least 200.degree. F. in the presence of a supported catalyst containing: (1) at least one alkali metal compound derived from an acid having an ionization constant below 1 .times. 10.sup.-3, (2) a metal
4048060 Two-stage hydrodesulfurization of oil utilizing a narrow pore size distribution catalyst September 13, 1977
A two-stage hydrotreating process is provided in which a heavy hydrocarbon feed is treated with hydrogen and a small pore catalyst in a first zone and the hydrotreated hydrocarbon product is treated in a second zone with hydrogen and a larger pore catalyst having a specific pore size
3974096 Water gas shift catalyst August 10, 1976
Hydrogen is produced by reacting carbon monoxide with steam at a temperature of at least 200.degree.F. in the presence of a supported catalyst containing: (1) at least one alkali metal compound derived from an acid having an ionization constant below 1 .times. 10.sup..sup.-3, (2) a m










 
 
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