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Abstract

Gas development projects face growing challenges from increasingly contaminated resources and tightening sales<br>specifications to stricter environmental emission standards. CO2, H2S, H2O, carbonyl sulfide, mercaptans and organic sulfides<br>generally have to be removed from the gas prior to the sale or liquefaction. This may result in complicated treating process<br>line-ups, often requiring a combination of multiple processes, so technology development or smart integration of different<br>process steps offer plenty of opportunities for line-up simplification. A key unit in these line-ups is the acid gas removal unit<br>(AGRU), which traditionally relies on amine-based solvent absorption.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-24
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