Volume 7, Issue 1, March 2018, Page: 12-17
Detection Technology of Metal Elements in Crude Oil and Prospect of Utilization of Metal Resources
Bai Fengyou, Daqing Oilfield Exploration and Development Research Institute, Daqing, China
Received: Feb. 23, 2018;       Published: Feb. 24, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.jenr.20180701.12      View  1470      Downloads  53
Abstract
There are many kinds of metals in crude oil. The rare metals are essential metals for the development of atomic energy, aviation and space, national defense construction, electronic computer, high point scientific instruments and so on. Although the resources of rare metals are abundant in China, but for a long time, china supplies 90% of the world's rare metals at a relatively low price, the reserves of rare metal resources are declining at an alarming rate. By 2020, only 6 of the 45 major minerals could meet the needs of China. Through the establishment of metal element detection technology in crude oil, the crude oil of Toutai Oil Field in China is determined, and there are rich rare metal elements in the crude oil. For example, the rare-earth metal content is 62.61 micrograms per kilogram, the rare light metals is 78.4 micrograms per kilogram, and the rare refractory metals is 290.47 micrograms per kilogram, etc. Although the research on the prospect of comprehensive utilization of rare metals in crude oil is late in China, the extraction of rare metals from crude oil has a broad prospect.
Keywords
Crude Oil, Metal, Detection Technology, Resource Utilization, Prospect
To cite this article
Bai Fengyou, Detection Technology of Metal Elements in Crude Oil and Prospect of Utilization of Metal Resources, Journal of Energy and Natural Resources. Vol. 7, No. 1, 2018, pp. 12-17. doi: 10.11648/j.jenr.20180701.12
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