Vista provides engineering services for upgrading and complex processing facilities projects. The scope of our experience includes pre-front end engineering design (pre-FEED), FEED, detailed engineering (DE) and construction management support.
Vista performed the detailed engineering design of an asphalt storage facility with transfer stations. The facility included:
The design also included a hot oil heating system for tank heating and heat tracing. Facility Design Requirements:
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Project Experience Overview
Gasification processes convert low-value feedstocks (biomass or other fuel sources) into marketable products, like syngas. It’s a clean and reliable way to monetize low-value feedstocks to produce high-quality end products.
Residue upgrading processes help refiners monetize their operations. Hydrogen is added to refined residue to produce high-quality, low-sulphur products.
Hydrocracking is one of the most common methods of producing products like kerosene, naphtha, or jet fuel from the components of heavy oil. Hydrocracking plants usually combine two processes, including hydrogenation and catalytic cracking, to convert feedstocks into valuable end products.
Our unique truth-based industrial engineering execution model facilitates:
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