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A competitive study for the behavior of amines in acid gas
-Nady S. Abbas, Mohammed Z. A. Wahhab, Eman A. Ashour, Taha E. Farrag, May 01, 2022
Natural gas is the most common fossil fuel. However, because it exists in deep underground reservoirs, it may contain several non-hydrocarbon components [e.g., hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2)].
Case study: The science behind amine process column corrosion and remedial solutions
-Dennis Snijders, May 01, 2022
This case study examines how and why corrosion takes place within amine vessels, the corrosion mitigation strategies available, and a comparison of high-velocity thermal spray (HVTS) with a low-velocity alternative.
Considerations for not providing a dedicated spare pressure-relief device
-Pranay K. Namilakonda, May 01, 2022
Pressure-relief devices (PRDs) play a critical role in the hydrocarbon processing industry.
Decarbonize LNG liquefaction with pre-combustion CO2 capture technology
-Mark Roberts, Dave Graham, May 01, 2022
In recent years, lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions studies of the natural gas industry have drawn attention to the significant environmental impact of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Engineering assessments in support of pipeline safety: Emerging trends and approaches—Part 1
-Ben Mittelstadt, Dan Williams, May 01, 2022
Engineering assessments will increasingly be applied in the pipeline industry to demonstrate related fitness-for-service and appropriate safety margins to stakeholders, including industry, regulatory agencies and the public.
Gas Processing News
-Lee Nichols, June 01, 2022
Antigua Power Co. Ltd. has awarded Wärtsilä an EPC contract to build a new LNG terminal on the island nation of Antigua.
Global Project Data
-Lee Nichols, May 01, 2022
Gulf Energy Information’s Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) database is tracking nearly 230 active gas processing/LNG projects around the world.
How digital technology helps processing industries connect the dots
-Rachel Farr, June 01, 2022
Leaders in the processing industry are exploring ways of using digital technology to create intelligent and autonomous operations that optimize daily production, manage risk, improve margins and enable a more flexible workforce.
New in Gas Processing Technology
-Tyler Campbell, June 01, 2022
The new shaft generator from ABB enables ship operators to benefit from the advantages of permanent magnet technology.
Safe design and operation of renewable natural gas facilities
-Megan Young, May 01, 2022
The U.S. produces almost 70 MMtpy of waste; over time, this waste generates biogas with the help of bacteria.


Editorial Comment
-Lee Nichols, June 01, 2022
Modern society would not be possible without the use of pipelines to transport natural gas, crude oil and finished products to demand centers.

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Editorial Comment
-Lee Nichols
Modern society would not be possible without the use of pipelines to transport natural gas, crude oil and finished products to demand centers.

Optimizing Gas Distribution: Accounting for Changeovers, Regulators, and More

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Gas distribution systems are critical to the effective operation of many industrial facilities around the world. Despite the importance of these systems, however, opportunities to improve their performance and cost-effectiveness are often missed or misunderstood. Increasing changeover pressure may seem like a good way to improve system flow, for example, but it often does so at the expense of bottled gas. Adding regulators may help you control supply pressure, but it also adds cost to your system. So, how do you know what the ideal gas distribution setup is for you?

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  • Gain a basic understanding of the fluid dynamics that affect pressure control in gas distribution systems, learning to interpret flow curves and recognize phenomena like lockup, droop, and supply pressure effect (SPE)
  • Learn how inlet pressure affects regulator performance and when to specify certain regulator types and configurations to effectively control gas system pressures

Understand the inherent trade-offs between gas utilization and flow capacity and how to select both the right changeover pressure and automatic changeover panel design for your operations.

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