Tech Paper Advancements in CO2 Membrane Separation Technologies: Reducing Emissions and Enabling CCS
A horizontal membrane was tested at in-plant gas loop which confirmed startup and shutdown scenarios.
Facilitating the recovery, treatment, and monetization of natural gas
There are inherent impurities in gas that not only accelerate the corrosion of pipelines and transmission control equipment but lower the heating value of the gas. These impurities must be removed prior to transmitting gas to a processing facility.
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 you're planning your next front-end engineering and design (FEED) study, we can help you make the most of your opportunity.
Separate CO₂ and H₂S from saleable natural gas streams with gas sweetening processes.
Prepare natural gas for transport and use by removing CO2, H2S, and mercaptans. View
Natural gas sweetening via H2S, H2O, and bulk CO2 removal. View
Separate acid gases from produced natural gas without chemicals. View
Convert H2S in gas streams to solid sulfur ready for agriculture or disposal. View
Improve and assure production more safely with chemistry technologies, software, and mechanical solutions. View
Improve performance of membrane technology through predictive monitoring and analysis. View
Reduce emissions in natural gas facilities to comply with local environmental regulations.
Extract water from a natural gas stream to prevent hydrate formation and corrosion within pipelines.
Increase your revenue while preparing gas to meet pipeline specifications.
Remove solids and liquids in gas entering a treatment facility before sending to additional processing and purification.
Improve separation of oil, gas, sand, and water while reducing costs and risk. View
Remove liquids from gas containing low amounts of liquid, with a removal efficiency of 99.99% down to 10 um. View
Remove solids and liquid from gas containing moderate amounts of liquid, with a removal efficiency of 99.9% down to 10 um. View
Maximize recovery of monoethylene glycol (MEG) in your hydrate management process.