Stag Crude Oil

Stag crude is a highly naphthenic, low-sulphur crude oil which exhibits a flash point in excess of 100ºC. This property, combined with its low sulphur, very low pour point and moderate viscosity enable the crude to be used directly as a fuel oil or fuel oil cutter stock, or in the production of naphthenic lube oils. Current production of Stag crude oil is approximately 7,000 barrels per day.

 

Key Properties 
API Gravity 18.5
Sulphur (wgt%) 0.14
Nitrogen (ppm) 0.073
Pour Point (ºC) -33
Acid Number (mg KOH/g) 0.50
Viscosity @ 20ºC (cSt) 122.5
Wax Content (wgt%) < 5
Nickel (ppm) 4
Vanadium (ppm) <1
Conradson Carbon (wgt%) 1.05
UOP K Factor 11.3

 

Stag Crude Oil Assay Data

The pdf below provides assay data tables for various properties across a standard set of cuts and distillation summaries in degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius.