• carbon intensity of global crude oil refining

    Carbon intensity of global crude oil refining

    02.06.2020· Here we show the global refining carbon intensity at country level and crude level are 13.9–62.1 kg of CO 2 -equivalent (CO 2 e) per barrel and 10.1–72.1 kgCO 2 e per barrel

  • (pdf) global carbon intensity of crude oil production

    (PDF) Global carbon intensity of crude oil production

    The carbon footprint of oil refining differs depending on crude oil quality and refinery configuration. Analysis of global oil refining in 2015 shows refining carbon intensity at crude, refinery

  • carbon intensity of crude oil in europe

    Carbon Intensity of Crude Oil in Europe

    Carbon Intensity of Crude Oil in Europe 1 the International Energy agency (IEa) predicts that global consumption of crude oil will increase 27% over the next two decades, from 83 million barrels per day (mmbbl/d) in 2009 to 105 mmbbl/d in 2030 (IEa, 2009). Extracting, transporting, and refining crude oil on average account for about 18% of well-to-wheels greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (u.S

  • global carbon intensity of crude oil production science

    Global carbon intensity of crude oil production Science

    31.08.2018· Producing, transporting, and refining crude oil into fuels such as gasoline and diesel accounts for ∼15 to 40% of the “well-to-wheels” life-cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of transport fuels ([ 1 ][1]). Reducing emissions from petroleum production is of particular importance, as current transport fleets are almost entirely dependent on liquid petroleum products, and many uses of

  • measuring crude oil’s carbon footprint stanford news

    Measuring crude oil’s carbon footprint Stanford News

    30.08.2018· August 30, 2018 Stanford study finds stark differences in the carbon-intensity of global oil fields. Stanford researchers’ comprehensive new assessment of climate emissions from crude oil

  • global carbon intensity of crude oil production (journal

    Global carbon intensity of crude oil production (Journal

    Producing, transporting, and refining crude oil into fuels such as gasoline and diesel accounts for ~15 to 40% of the 'well-to-wheels' life-cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of transport fuels (1). Reducing emissions from petroleum production is of particular importance, as current transport fleets are almost entirely dependent on liquid petroleum products, and many uses of petroleum have

  • global carbon intensity of crude oil production

    Global carbon intensity of crude oil production

    quality (e.g., Russia) are more uncertain (SM 1.4.6 and 2.3). The global volume-weighted-average up-stream CI estimate—shown by the vertical red line in the first figure—is 10.3 g CO 2 equiv-alents (CO 2 eq.)/megajoule (MJ) crude oil (+6.7 and –1.7), with country-level intensities ranging from 3.3 (Denmark) to 20.3 (Algeria) g CO 2 eq./MJ

  • oil giants set first carbon intensity target (nyse:bp

    Oil giants set first carbon intensity target (NYSE:BP

    The average carbon intensity of their aggregated upstream oil and gas operations will be reduced to between 20 kg and 21 kg CO2e/boe by 2025, from a collective baseline of 23 kg CO2e/boe in 2017,...

  • measuring crude oil's carbon footprint stanford earth

    Measuring crude oil's carbon footprint Stanford Earth

    On average, oil production emitted of 10.3 grams of emissions for every megajoule of crude, but nations with the most carbon-intensive practices cranked out emissions at nearly twice that rate. The research,published Aug. 30 in the journal Science,quantifies emissions from when companies first explore a site through transporting crude to refineries.

  • this report has been prepared for the department of energy

    This report has been prepared for the Department of Energy

    3.5.1 Biomass Carbon Intensity 45 3.5.2 Cost of Options 45 4. PATHWAYS .. 46 4.1 Key Points 46 4.2 Pathways and Scenarios Introduction and Guide 47 4.3 Baseline evolution Principal Question 3 49 4.4 Emission-Reduction Potential and Pathway Analysis Principal Question 4 and 5 50 4.4.1 Business as Usual Pathway 52 4.4.2 40-60% CO 2 Reduction Pathway 56 4.4.3 Maximum Technical

  • global carbon intensity of crude oil production

    Global carbon intensity of crude oil production

    quality (e.g., Russia) are more uncertain (SM 1.4.6 and 2.3). The global volume-weighted-average up-stream CI estimate—shown by the vertical red line in the first figure—is 10.3 g CO 2 equiv-alents (CO 2 eq.)/megajoule (MJ) crude oil (+6.7 and –1.7), with country-level intensities ranging from 3.3 (Denmark) to 20.3 (Algeria) g CO 2 eq./MJ

  • this report has been prepared for the department of energy

    This report has been prepared for the Department of Energy

    3.5.1 Biomass Carbon Intensity 45 3.5.2 Cost of Options 45 4. PATHWAYS .. 46 4.1 Key Points 46 4.2 Pathways and Scenarios Introduction and Guide 47 4.3 Baseline evolution Principal Question 3 49 4.4 Emission-Reduction Potential and Pathway Analysis Principal Question 4 and 5 50 4.4.1 Business as Usual Pathway 52 4.4.2 40-60% CO 2 Reduction Pathway 56 4.4.3 Maximum Technical

  • petroleum industry in russia

    Petroleum industry in Russia

    Russia produced an average of 10.83 million barrels (1,722,000 m 3) of oil per day in December 2015. It produces 12% of the world's oil and has a similar share of global oil exports. In June 2006, Russian crude oil and condensate production reached the post-Soviet maximum of

  • new study reveals real size of crude oil’s carbon

    New study reveals real size of crude oil’s carbon

    28.09.2018· In the recently published study “Global carbon intensity of crude oil production" (Masnadi et al, Science) the total petroleum well-to-refinery emissions is estimated to be 1,7 Gt CO2 eq, which is 42 per cent higher than the estimations made by the industry and constitute 5 percent of global total emissions. In comparison, total global emissions from aviation is roughly 2.7 percent.

  • membrane technology could cut emissions and energy use

    Membrane technology could cut emissions and energy use

    New membrane technology could reduce carbon emissions and energy intensity associated with refining crude oil. Georgia Tech Associate Professor Ryan Lively shows a module containing the new

  • market report series: oil 2019 analysis iea

    Market Report Series: Oil 2019 Analysis IEA

    Oil 2019, the annual IEA outlook for global oil markets, examines the key issues in demand, supply, refining and trade to 2024. This year, the report covers the following themes: a changed supply picture led by the rise of the United States in world markets thanks to rapidly-growing shale oil production, as it becomes a net exporter of crude oil and products; supply growth in the non-OPEC

  • crude oil market global industry analysis, trends

    Crude Oil Market Global Industry Analysis, Trends

    Mineral oil is a bio product of crude oil refining and is used massively in personal care products such as soaps, lotions, lip balms, and so on. As awareness regarding personal grooming grows, demand for mineral oil is expected to grow contributing positively to the growth of global crude oil market. It is important to note here that social media is playing a crucial role in developing this

  • implications for crude oil carbon intensity

    Implications for Crude Oil Carbon Intensity

    30.06.2011· Crude oil differentiation likely to increase security of supply concerns as some 2006 baseline production declines Crude oil markets are global so high carbon crudes rejected by one market are likely to supply markets where no carbon cost exists Crude oil “shuffling” as tankers passing each other with near-by “high intensity”

  • measuring crude oil's carbon footprint stanford earth

    Measuring crude oil's carbon footprint Stanford Earth

    On average, oil production emitted of 10.3 grams of emissions for every megajoule of crude, but nations with the most carbon-intensive practices cranked out emissions at nearly twice that rate. The research,published Aug. 30 in the journal Science,quantifies emissions from when companies first explore a site through transporting crude to refineries.

  • crude oil production statistics crude oil enerdata

    Crude Oil Production Statistics Crude Oil Enerdata

    Global crude oil production fell (-0.7%), driven down by an overall decline in the Middle East . In December 2018, the OPEC and Russia agreed to jointly reduce crude oil production to put a downward pressure on oil prices and limit the global glut. Under this OPEC+ agreement (as of January 2019, extended and strengthened in 2020), crude oil production declined by 4.9% in Saudi Arabia and

  • know your oil: creating a global oil-climate index

    Know Your Oil: Creating a Global Oil-Climate Index

    11.03.2015· Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions were analyzed throughout the entire oil supply chain—oil extraction, crude transport, refining, marketing, and product combustion and end use. There is an over 80 percent difference in total GHG emissions per barrel of the lowest GHG-emitting Phase 1 oil and the highest. Climate impacts vary whether crudes are measured based on their volumes, their

  • oil giants including exxon set first joint carbon target

    Oil giants including Exxon set first joint carbon target

    For example, Saudi Aramco, the world’s top oil exporter, had an upstream carbon intensity of 10.1kg CO2e/boe in 2019, according to its annual report. Norway’s Equinor aims to reduce its CO2

  • russia keeps u.s. fuel oil exports high as washington

    Russia keeps U.S. fuel oil exports high as Washington

    Russia kept fuel oil exports to the United States close to its record-highs in the first six months of this year, as Washington looks to replace the heavy Venezuelan barrels it stopped buying a

  • study shows record low carbon intensity of saudi crude

    Study shows record low carbon intensity of Saudi crude

    In one of the most comprehensive oil field carbon intensity (CI) studies ever published, a global team led by Stanford University has calculated the CI of the world’s active oil fields — with significant results for Saudi Arabia. CI is a measure of the greenhouse gas emissions associated with producing crude oil, from the well to the refinery gate. The scientists analyzed the CI of 8,966

  • possible opec deal fails to buoy oil prices wsj

    Possible OPEC Deal Fails to Buoy Oil Prices WSJ

    Brent-crude futures, the global benchmark, lost 4.1% to close at $31.48, paring back earlier gains of more than 10%. Prices shot up early as Saudi Arabia, Russia and other large exporters met to

  • finding the right measure: estimating the ghg emissions

    Finding the right measure: Estimating the GHG emissions

    Yet understanding the competitive framework of the global oil and gas value chain is not enough. It is also important to understand how GHG emissions occur over each stage of the life of a crude oil from extraction to processing, retail, and ultimately combustion of refined products such as gasoline and jet fuel (see Figure 1). Finding the right measure. Accessibility of GHG intensity

  • global oil refinery capacity by leading country 2019

    Global oil refinery capacity by leading country 2019

    Global oil refining The global refinery capacity for crude oil has been steadily increasing since 1970. As of 2019, the total global refinery capacity for crude oil was some 101.3 million barrels

  • the process of crude oil refining eme 801: energy

    The process of crude oil refining EME 801: Energy

    PRESENTER: For crude oil to be used effectively by modern industry, it has to be separated into its component parts and have impurities like sulfur removed. The most common method of refining crude is the process of fractional distillation. This involves heating crude oil to about 350 degrees Celsius, to turn it into a mixture of gases. These

  • the future of oil refining profit margins

    The Future of Oil Refining Profit Margins

    14.12.2012· Midwestern refiners have been enjoying low crude-oil prices caused by excess supply from heavy-oil production in Canada and light-crude oil from the Bakken. Refiners that can acquire this low-cost crude are enjoying windfall profits. The Brent-WTI differential peaked at $27 per barrel but has recently fluctuated between $10 and $25 per barrel. Because the Midwest is lacking in refining

  • crude oil production statistics crude oil enerdata

    Crude Oil Production Statistics Crude Oil Enerdata

    Global crude oil production fell (-0.7%), driven down by an overall decline in the Middle East . In December 2018, the OPEC and Russia agreed to jointly reduce crude oil production to put a downward pressure on oil prices and limit the global glut. Under this OPEC+ agreement (as of January 2019, extended and strengthened in 2020), crude oil production declined by 4.9% in Saudi Arabia and

  • oil giants including exxon set first joint carbon target

    Oil giants including Exxon set first joint carbon target

    The OGCI members agreed to reduce the average carbon intensity of their aggregated upstream oil and gas operations to between 20 kg and 21 kg of CO2 equivalent per barrel of oil equivalent...

  • oil giants including exxon set first joint carbon target

    Oil giants including Exxon set first joint carbon target

    The OGCI members agreed to reduce the average carbon intensity of their aggregated upstream oil and gas operations to between 20 kg and 21 kg of CO2 equivalent per barrel of oil equivalent...

  • could clean energy be the winner in the oil price war

    Could Clean Energy Be The Winner In The Oil Price War

    The Saudi-Russia oil price war combined with the destruction of demand by the corona virus pandemic has once again thrown the oil and gas sector into turmoil. Cuts to all discretionary spend are expected across the sector, as companies go back to the survival mode in a US$35/bbl oil price environment. But how will this impact the embryonic energy transition efforts by oil and gas companies? We

  • crude oil production statistics crude oil enerdata

    Crude Oil Production Statistics Crude Oil Enerdata

    Global crude oil production fell (-0.7%), driven down by an overall decline in the Middle East . In December 2018, the OPEC and Russia agreed to jointly reduce crude oil production to put a downward pressure on oil prices and limit the global glut. Under this OPEC+ agreement (as of January 2019, extended and strengthened in 2020), crude oil production declined by 4.9% in Saudi Arabia and

  • rosneft discovers new oil, gas field at russian vostok oil

    Rosneft discovers new oil, gas field at Russian Vostok Oil

    Russia s largest crude producer Rosneft said July 23 that it has discovered a new field containing an estimated 20 million mt, or around 146 million barrels of oil, and 1 Bcm of gas, as part of its Vo

  • russia overtakes u.s. in lng exports to china oilprice

    Russia Overtakes U.S. In LNG Exports To China OilPrice

    27.07.2020· Russia exported more LNG to China in June than the United States did, at 396,000 tons versus 340,000 tons, Russia’s Sputnik reports

  • staff report: calculating carbon intensity values of crude

    Staff Report: Calculating Carbon Intensity Values of Crude

    Average crude oil provision. Under the California Average provision, all regulated refineries in California are treated as a single “average” refinery with regard to the carbon intensity for crude oil. Each year, staff calculates the Annual Average CI for crude oil supplied to California refineries during the given year. This Annual Average

  • global oil refinery capacity by leading country 2019

    Global oil refinery capacity by leading country 2019

    Global oil refining The global refinery capacity for crude oil has been steadily increasing since 1970. As of 2019, the total global refinery capacity for crude oil was some 101.3 million barrels

  • refinery catalyst market share industry size report 2019

    Refinery Catalyst Market Share Industry Size Report 2019

    Refinery Catalyst Market, By Region. Asia Pacific accounted for more than 40% share of the global refinery catalyst market in 2018 due to the large crude oil refining plants in China, India, Japan, and South Korea. The region is also the demand center of most of the petroleum fuels owing to large number of vehicle population in these countries

  • crude oil entering gulf coast refineries has become

    Crude oil entering Gulf Coast refineries has become

    Crude oil with a higher API gravity is lighter, or less dense. Small changes in the API gravity of the combination of crude oils that a refiner processes, called the crude slate, can affect the profitability of the refinery and the shares of petroleum products produced. Between 1985 and 2008, crude oil inputs to refineries in the Gulf Coast (defined as Petroleum Administration for Defense