Chemical Technology of Oil and Gas Refining

Research areas: Catalysis, petrochemistry, chemical technological processes

Key projects (2018-2021):

  1. Development of a technology for the production of a catalyst for deep hydrotreating of mixed diesel fractions for implementation in the conditions of OOO Gazpromneft - Catalytic Systems,
  2. Development of a technology for the production of a catalyst for deep hydrotreating of mixed diesel fractions at a pressure of 7-8 MPa using an alumina carrier obtained by the re-precipitation technology,
  3. Development of an integrated technology for joint hydro-processing of straight-run kerosene gas oil fractions, low-quality gas oils of secondary origin and carbon-containing plant raw materials for the production of bioaviakerossines, winter and arctic diesel fuels,
  4. Investigation of technology for marking oil and oil products using an inorganic marker.

Practical implementation at:

  • Branch Research Laboratory «Chemical Processing of Oil and Gas»
  • Scientific-Analytical Center for Industrial Ecology
  • Volga Resource Center for Environmental Engineering and Chemical Technology

International projects:

  1. Joint postgraduate educational program with the University of Lille (France)
  2. Cooperation with the University of Rostock (Germany) in the framework of the DAAD program
  3. Joint master's educational program of the Network University of the Commonwealth of Independent States in the direction of training «Chemical technology», specialization «Chemical technology of oil refining» (South Kazakhstan University named after M. Auezov, Shymkent)

Key scientists:

  • Pimerzin Andrey Alekseevich
    (until 17.07.2020)
  • Nikulshin Pavel Anatolevich
  • Tyschenko Vladimir Alexandrovich
  • Ishutenko Darya Igorevna
  • Tomina Natalia Nikolaevna
  • Zanozina Irina Internovna
  • Maximov Nikolay Mikhailovich
  • Pimerzin Alexey Andreevich
  • Solmanov Pavel Sergeevich

Students’ scientific activities:

  1. Kerentseva Alina Vladimirovna, «Development of a synthesis technique and optimization of acidic and nanostructured properties of carriers for petrochemical catalysts»
  2. Luchkova Arina Vladimirovna, «2-methyl-quinoline as a promising liquid organic carrier of hydrogen. Investigation of thermodynamics of hydrogenation – dehydrogenation»
  3. Frenkel Elizaveta Dmitrievna, «Development of a method of pulsed chemisorption for studying the properties of the surface of heterogeneous catalysts»
  4. Savinov Alexander Andreevich, «Development of a composite carrier for catalysts for hydrotreating of petroleum fractions»
  5. Dokuchaev Igor Stanislavovich, «The role of a spent industrial catalyst for hydrotreating and a hydrogen donor in the thermal cracking of heavy petroleum feedstock hydrocarbons»
  6. Kondratyeva Veronika Yurievna, «Study of the hydrogenation reaction of the eutectic mixture of biphenyl and diphenylmethane on platinum catalysts»
  7. Safronova Yulia Alekseevna, «Using the potential of excess refined gas at the plants of PJSC" NK Rosneft»
  8. Sokolova Anastasia Evgenievna, «Influence of organic complexones on the stability of Kegginheteropolyanions in solution and on the surface of aluminum oxide»
  9. Tochilin Nikolay Viktorovich, «Investigation of the effect of modifying aluminum oxide on the catalytic properties of CoMo catalysts»
  10. Yudintsev Sergey Vyacheslavovich, «Synthesis of Mo - V - phosphoric heteropolyacids of the Keggin structure H 3+xPVxMo12-XO40 (x = 1 - 6) with subsequent study by IR spectroscopy»