Talk:Petroleum coke

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may want to mention it's often referred to as "pet coke" --- Clarify: Is petroleum coke a valuable product for which cracking facilites are set up OR is it (a)a reasonably valuable byproduct of the process for creating fuel oil or gasoline [or other desired end products] OR (b)a nuisance with enough market to reduce its nuisance factor? ---

Raw petroleum coke to calcined petroleum coke - loss or wstage ratio[edit]

1.what percentage of loss occurs when calcined petroleum coke is produced after treatment of raw petroleum coke?

2.whether any residue or waste is obtained? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:21, 13 April 2009 (UTC)

Health Impacts?[edit]

At a minimum, petcoke would likely be a source of particulate pollution that causes or contributes to respiratory and heart disease. How can an article like this be considered complete unless it addresses these and other environmental health impacts? Peterkc (talk) 22:21, 2 August 2015 (UTC) ---