Cybertech Congratulates Shell Canada on Hydrocracker Debottlenecking Success

Recently, Shell Canada’s Scotford site concluded a 17-month debottlenecking process – allowing the hydrocracker unit to increase production by the equivalent of 650,000 litres of jet fuel and 3 million litres of diesel per day.

Cybertech was proud to be a part of the work and congratulates Shell Canada on their ambitious project – delivered both on time and on budget.

One of North America’s most efficient and modern hydrocarbon processing complexes, Shell Scotford’s Upgrader processes 255,000 bbl/d of bitumen and while its Refinery processes 100,000 bbl/d of crude oil.

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