Before gas enters a pipeline for transmission to a processing facility, it is necessary to remove the inherent solid, liquid, and gas impurities, which accelerate the corrosion of pipelines and transmission control equipment and lower the heating value of the gas.
Our differentiating technology portfolio and expertise in process design and engineering provide the optimal gas treatment based on the parameters of your specific operation. When planning your next front-end engineering and design (FEED) study, contact us to help you make the most of your opportunity.
Separate CO2 and H2S, typically referred to as “sour” or "acid" gases, from saleable natural gas streams using a process known as gas sweetening.
Remove solids and liquids present in gas entering a treatment facility, before sending it for additional processing and purification.
Maximize the recovery of MEG in your hydrate management process.
Remove water as well as benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene (BTEX) and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from a natural gas stream to prevent hydrate formation and corrosion within pipelines.
Recover valuable hydrocarbon liquids and increase your revenue while preparing gas to meet pipeline specifications.
Reduce energy requirements for natural gas liquefaction and use the PREMAX solution's smaller footprint to increase LNG production and storage capacity.
Our emission control systems reduce emissions in natural gas facilities to comply with local environmental regulations.