Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : mineral raw materials


MODERN EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES OF OIL SHALE MINING AND USE IN FUEL AND ENERGY COMPLEX

Kasimov S.A .; Sulliev A.H .; Khalkhadjayev B.B .; Kuchinov H.A .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6279-6283

Abstract. Oil shale is one of the promising types of organic raw materials that can largely compensate for, and in the future, replace, oil products and gas. The development of oil shale mining and its subsequent processing is mostly hampered by the problem of utilization of large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted during shale tar extraction. In this research, a rather large number of modern thermal technologies for oil shale processing have been studied. Based on comparative analysis, the most optimal environmental technologies are proposed. The main purpose of all processes is to produce marketable products in the form of liquid oil shale and semi-coking gas. Prerequisites are being created in Uzbekistan for the organization of the oil shale industry. Therefore, the use of recommended modern, effective technologies for oil shale mining and use in fuel and energy complex of Uzbekistan will lead to positive results in the diversification of fuel balance of the country.

PROSPECTS FOR THE USE OF FUEL SHELLS IN THE FUEL BALANCE OF UZBEKISTAN

Yanvarjon Khodjayev; Shukhrat Kasimov; Bakhtiyor Khalkhadjaev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 658-661

This article is devoted to the prospects of using oil shale in Uzbekistan. Oil shale is one of the promising types of organic raw materials that can largely compensate, and in the future, replace oil products and gas. On the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, there are huge reserves of oil shale - 47 billion tons. Various types of products can be obtained from oil shale. In Uzbekistan, prerequisites are being created for the organization of the shale industry, the issue of developing an attractive investment project and attracting foreign investment to create shale processing enterprises is being considered.