Corrosion Standards and Control in the Petroleum Industry

    Published: Jan 1973

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    Petroleum refineries use water, steam, hydrogen, acids, and a variety of other corrosive materials to convert crude oil into many different products, including gasolines, lubricating oils, fuel oils, and chemical plant feed-stocks. Hence, refineries have not only most of the corrosion problems encountered in the utilities and chemical industries, but a few specific problems as well.

    Author Information:

    Couper, AS
    Amoco Oil Company, Whiting, Ind.

    Committee/Subcommittee: G01.14

    DOI: 10.1520/STP37896S

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