Improve your profitability and increase the blend quality of your gasoline

The American Oil & Gas  process catalytically combines light olefins such as propylene, butylene or amylene with isobutane to increase their value and make an environmentally sound our product for high-octane gasoline blending.

AOG technology offers:

  • Production with a low RVP and near-zero olefin and aromatic content
  • Acid consumption more than 200 times lower per barrel of compared to other direct technologies for lower overall operating costs reduced acid handling
  • Enhanced process operation to reduce acid volatility and improve overall plant safety through the process

American Oil & Gas offers an indirect  process that improves gasoline blend quality by producing a clean-burning, mid-boiling-range iso-paraffin, which is a high octane, low RVP, low sulfur with no olefins or aromatics blend component. American Oil & Gas process uses standard hydrocarbon processing technology and catalysts, offering the flexibility to meet your operation’s objectives.

Isobutane Production

For the production of isobutane, a primary feedstock for the our process, the AOG process is a highly efficient and low-cost solution. With the increased penetration of ethanol into the overall gasoline blend pool, there will be an increased need for our and, as a result, a focus on economic in situ routes for producing isobutane to feed the our process. A continuous development program aimed at improving the design, operating, and catalyst employed in this process has positioned this process to meet the future needs of gasoline focused refiners.