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Acid Gas Treatment & Removal

Industry-leading technologies for CO2 and H2S removal

Acid gas treatment and removal technologies separate highly corrosive CO2 and often deadly H2S acid gases, typically referred to as “sour” gases, from saleable natural gas streams in a process known as gas sweetening. Once removed, the CO2 and H2S—in low concentrations—are usually vented, flared, reinjected, or otherwise properly disposed of. Larger concentrations of CO2 are recovered and repurposed for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) applications.

Amine Gas Treating Systems

Custom and standard amine gas sweetening systems efficiently remove CO2, H2S, and mercaptans from natural gas per required specifications, making the gas suitable for transportation and use.

Apura Gas Separation Membrane

Apura membranes remove contaminants such as water, CO2, H2S, and N2 from high-pressure, medium- to low-CO2 produced gas to meet pipeline transmission specifications, without using chemicals.

CYNARA Acid Gas Removal Membrane Systems

CYNARA systems efficiently and selectively permeate acid gases to separate them from produced natural gas streams that contain 5- to 95-mol% acid gas, without any chemical requirements.

THIOPAQ Biodesulfurization System

Nonhazardous, naturally occurring, and self-regulating bacteria convert H2S in a gas stream to manageable solid elemental sulfur that can be used in a variety of agricultural applications or disposed of in a landfill. 

THIOPAQ O&G Biodesulfurization System

Nonhazardous, naturally occurring, and self-regulating bacteria convert H2S in a produced gas stream to manageable solid elemental sulfur that can be used in a variety of agricultural applications or disposed of in a landfill. 

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