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Byron Bird, Warren E. Thermal and Catalytic Processes in Petroleum Refining. Jump to Page. Search inside document. The fossil fuels, accumulated over aeons of geological activity are irreversibly consumed at a rate more-than million times faster than they were formed, This has left us in a pre- carious position especially for petroleum and its products.

The hike in price of petroleum and its products, both in national-and international scenes is ftequent for two simple reasons; the mounting demands and fast depletion of reserves. The import- ance df petroleum in. Sixty percent of the energy needs of the world are met by petroleum. The advent of LC. The important question today is how long can the reserves meet the demand even with sky high prices? The high degree of conservation and restrictions in consumption may draw out the global re- serves to another century at the consumption rate of today, Then, what-?

According to Mayer and. Further, surprisingly no oil well was ever sighted with any fossil remains of such animals. This is how the long flourished hopes of this natural fat theory had to be -given up.

Chaptal was of the opinion, that when plants became entirely decomposed into vegetable moulds these contained certain oils which escaped decomposition. Draper suggested the action of natural heat of earth on coal. Popoff showed that methane could be produced by decomposition of cellulose. Hoppe-Seyler in showed that bacteria could produce methane, as is ever evident in swampy areas. Treibs discovered some of the plant pigments and biological matter in crudes ; micro-scopic organic remains found jn crudes actually prompted API to launch a big project API 43 to investigate thoroughly.

Potering and N. Anderson seems to be near the goal. Accordingly, the source of petroleum was not a definite species of flora as initiat- ed by Engler, but the organic matter of sea oozes consisting of remains of plants and animal organisms. The initial decomtposi- tion of the vegetable and animal matter is a result of activity of micro-organisms ; later the organic matter underwent changes due to pressure and temperature of the crest of the earth.

The extension works f P. Trusk and G, Petrov in U. Controversies always flare up, one school advocates— temperature—pressure distillation or by tectonic stress. Another school advocates as a biochemical process; yet another sees it purely as a chemical or radioactivity reaction—and so on. Petroleum formations from ganic mass may expounded by two distinct : namely physical and biological,. E ses 1. Heat, 2. Pressure 3. Heat and pressure, 4. Catalysts 5. Radio activity. By preservation of hyd i ydrocarbons synthes: source sediment organisms, vathesised by the 2 Biologi.

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