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Global Project Data

Lee Nichols, Editor/Associate Publisher, Hydrocarbon Processing

Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database is tracking more than 1,300 projects around the world. The gas processing/LNG sector represents approximately 32% of active projects globally. These projects are located primarily in the Asia-Pacific region, followed by the US, Eastern Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and the Middle East. In total, the Asia-Pacific, US, Eastern Europe, Russia and CIS regions account for nearly 70% of active gas processing/LNG projects. The Middle East represents approximately 8% of active gas processing/LNG projects. Many of these projects are in response to utilizing natural gas for power generation in lieu of coal-fired power generation. GP

 

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New gas processing/LNG project announcements, July 2018–July 2019

 

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Active gas processing/LNG project market share by region


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Accelerated basin drilling activities combined with increased fugitive gas emission capture technologies have increased trace oxygen levels in midstream natural gas. Oxygen present in concentrations even as low 30-50 ppm will cause costly corrosion-related problems in plant operations and processing equipment. One area in the plant most affected by oxygen is the amine unit. Oxygen will degrade MDEA-blended amines to corrosive amino acids and heat-stable amine salts.

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