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GB 30250-2013: The norm of energy consumption per unit product of ethylene plant

This standard specifies the product classification, requirements, inspection method, inspection rules as well as marking, packing, transportation and storage of drinking natural mineral water.
GB 30250-2013
GB
ICS 27.010
F 01
ATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
The norm of energy consumption
per unit product of ethylene plant
ISSUED ON. DECEMBER 18, 2013
IMPLEMENTED ON. SEPTEMBER 1, 2014
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the PEOPLE Republic of China;
Committee of Standardization Administration of the PEOPLE
Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative references ... 4
3 Terms and definitions ... 4
4 Technical requirements ... 5
5 Statistical range and calculation method ... 6
6 Energy-saving management and measures ... 8
Appendix A ... 10
Appendix B ... 11
Appendix C ... 13
Foreword
The Article 4.1.4.2 of this Standard is compulsory, while the remaining articles are recommendatory.
This Standard was drafted according to the regulations specified in GB/T 1.1- 2009.
This Standard was proposed by the Department of Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection of National Development and Reform Commission, and the Department of Energy Conservation and Comprehensive Utilization of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
This Standard shall be under the jurisdiction of the National Technical Committee of Energy Infrastructure and Management Standardization
(SAC/TC 20), and China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation.
Drafting organizations of this Standard. National Energy Conservation Centre, SINOPEC Economics & Technology Research Institute, CNPC Energy-saving
Technology Research Centre, CNOOC Planning Department, and North Huajin Chemical Industries Group Corporation.
Main drafters of this Standard. Xie Yanli, Chen Guangwei, Wang Guanghe, Li Yangzhe, Xu Zhiqiang, Gao Hong, Sun Ying, Mo Hongpin, Duan Guohua, Wang Xuewen, Yang Yong, Tong Jingshun, Feng Xiao, Yang Fan, Fang Huirong,
Wang Ruqiang, and Gong Yan.
The norm of energy consumption
per unit product of ethylene plant
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the technical requirements, statistical range, calculation method, energy-saving management and measures of the norm of energy
consumption per unit of product of ethylene plant.
This Standard applies to the calculation and evaluation of the energy
consumption for the ethylene plant that uses petroleum hydrocarbons as the materials for producing ethylene, propylene, mixed C4, pyrolysis gasoline, hydrogen, and other products after being processed by steam pyrolysis,
quenching, compression and separation, and the energy consumption control of new projects.
2 Normative references
The following documents are essential for the application of this document. For dated references, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this document. For undated references, only the latest versions (including all the amendments) are applicable to this document.
GB 17167 General principle for equipping and managing of the measuring
instrument of energy in organization of energy using
GB/T 12723 General principles for establishing allowance of energy
consumption per unit throughput
GB/T 23331 Energy management systems - Requirements
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions defined according to the GB/T 12723 are applicable to this document.
3.1 Energy consumption for ethylene plant
It refers to the sum of the physical quantity of various fuels, steam, electricity and energy-consuming working medium actually consumed in the
manufacturing process of ethylene plant, within the statistical reporting period, 4.3 Advanced value of energy consumption per unit product of ethylene
plant
The advanced value of energy consumption per unit product of ethylene plant shall meet the requirements for the advanced value of energy consumption for unit output of ethylene or energy consumption for unit output of ethylene and propylene, specified in Table 3.
Table 3 Advanced value of energy consumption per unit product of ethylene plant Type Advanced Value of Energy Consumption for Unit Output of Ethylene
Advanced Value of Energy Consumption
for Unit Output of Ethylene and Propylene
Ethylene plant ??? 610kgoe/t ??? 400kgoe/t
5 Statistical range and calculation method
5.1 Statistical range
The statistical boundary of energy consumption for ethylene plant includes various units, such as the zones for material desulfurization and dearsenication, cracking furnaces, quenching, compression and separation, the flare gas recovery compressor, the storage tanks of ethylene products, etc.; it does not include the gasoline hydrogenation unit, auxiliary boilers, main torch, spent caustic processing unit, storage tanks of other products, circulating water field, air compression station, etc. See Appendix A for the sketch map for the statistical boundary of energy consumption for ethylene plant.
5.2 Statistical requirements
5.2.1 The energy consumption statistics for ethylene plant includes fuels, electricity, steam and energy-consuming working medium. The energy-
consuming working medium includes fresh water, circulating water,
demineralized water, deoxygenated water, condensation water, nitrogen, and compressed air.
5.2.2 The fuels consumed by ethylene plant refer to the sum of various fuels consumed in the statistical boundary.
5.2.3 The energy consumption includes the energies consumed in the process of manufacturing, plant operation and shutdown, overhaul and maintenance; it does not include the energies consumed for basic infrastructure.
5.2.4 The magnitudes of output energies shall be consistent with those of output and input energies obtained from the statistical calculation. The output energies that have not been consumed yet shall not be used for energy output statistics. Appendix B
(Normative)
Conversion values of the energy for ethylene plant and the energy-
consuming working medium
See Table B.1 for the conversion values of the energy for ethylene plant and the energy-consuming working medium.
Table B.1 Conversion values of the energy for ethylene plant and the energy- consuming working medium
Serial
No. Item Unit
Conversion Value
Kilogram(s) of oil equivalent (kgoe)
Conversion Value
Megajoule (MJ)
1 Standard Oil t 1,000 41,868
2 Fuel Oil t 1,000 41,868
3 Liquefied Petroleum Gas t 1,100 46,060
4 Hydrogen-methane t 1,200 50,242
5 Natural Gas in Oil Field m3 0.93 38.94
6 Natural Gas in Gas Field m3 0.85 35.59
7 Refinery Fuel Gas t 950 39,775
8 Recovered Flare Gas t 700 29,308
9 Electricity kW ?€? h 0.233 9.76
10 10.0 MPa Steam a t 92 3,852
11 5.0 MPa Steam b t 90 3,768
12 3.5 MPa Steam c t 88 3,684
13 2.5 MPa Steam d t 85 3,559
14 1.5 MPa Steam e t 80 3,349
15 1.0 MPa Steam f t 76 3,182
16 0.7 MPa Steam g t 72 3,014
17 0.3 MPa Steam h t 66 2,763
18 Steam below 0.3 MPa i t 55 2,303
19 Fresh Water t 0.17 7.12
20 Circulating Water t 0.10 4.19
21 Demineralized Water t 0.25 10.47
22 Desalinated Water t 2.30 96.30
23 Low-pressure Deoxygenated Water j t 9.20 385.19
24 High-pressure Deoxygenated Water k t 13.20 552.66
25 Condensation Water of t 3.65 152.81
Appendix C
(Informative)
Lower calorific values of the commonly used pure components
See Table C.1 for the lower calorific values of the commonly used pure
components.
Table C.1 Lower calorific values of the commonly used pure components
Serial
No. Component Name Unit
Lower Calorific Value
Kilogram(s) of oil equivalent (kgoe)
Lower Calorific Value
Megajoule (MJ)
1 Hydrogen t 2,867 120,022
2 Carbon Monoxide t 241 10,106
3 Hydrogen Sulfide t 364 15,235
4 Methane t 1,194 50,009
5 Ethane t 1,134 47,497
6 Propane t 1,107 46,357
7 Butane t 1,093 45,752
8 Pentane t 1,083 45,357
9 Acetylene t 1,162 48,651
10 Ethylene t 1,127 47,195
11 Propylene t 1,094 45,799
12 Butylene t 1,079 45,171
13 Pentene t 1,073 44,909

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