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Crude Oil Assay Database

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Knovel has added the Crude Oil Assay Database to its Critical Content line. The database is designed to assist engineers designing and upgrading refineries and oil processing equipment in the Engineering Design & Construction, Mechanical & Industrial Equipment and Oil & Gas sectors.

Knovel’s Critical Content line aims to address major gaps in technical content that prevent engineers from doing their jobs efficiently. The Crude Oil Assay Database was developed by petroleum expert James G. Speight. The database will launch with assays covering the 200 most common crudes on the market, sourced from seven crude producers, marketers and US Government agencies, and will expand further in 2013 and 2014, says Knovel.