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Using of modern hydrocatalytic processes for producing base oils for special purposes
Technical sciences

Authors: Tatiana N. SHABALINА graduated from Kuibyshev Industrial Institute named after V.V. Kuibyshev in 1962 as „Manufacturing Engineer”. She is Doctor of Engineering Science, professor of the Department of chemistry and technology of lubricants and Chemmotology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. She is a qualified specialist in the field of lubricants production by hydrocatalytic processes. She is author of more than 220 scientific publications.E-mail: ShabTN@gmail.com
Yevgeny V. KASHIN graduated from Master’s degree Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas specializing in „Chemical Technology and Biotechnology” in 2012. At the moment he is a post graduate student at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas.E-mail: evgen_kashin@mail.ru
Irina V. PIGOLEVA graduated from Master’s degree Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas specializing in „Chemical Technology and Biotechnology” in 2014. At the moment she is a post graduate student at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: pigolevairina@yandex.ru

Abstract: This paper is dedicated to the study of currently used technologies for producing lubricants for cold regions. The existing technologies of low pour point lubricating oil production and the latest developments in this field have been considered. The advantages and disadvantages of the available technologies and prospects for their implementation are discussed

Index UDK: 665.656

Keywords: low pour point lubricating oils, hydrotreating processes, hydroisome-rization, catalysts

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