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Energy savings for a propane refrigerant compressor using simulation
-Hae Yong Noh, June 01, 2021
Saudi Aramco’s Yanbu fractionation plant utilizes deethanizers, depropanizers, debutanizers and an RVP column.
Evaluate ERW and SAW pipes for onshore buried gas pipelines
-Shahab Zardynezhad, June 01, 2021
The question of whether to use electric resistance welding (ERW) pipe or submerged arc welding (SAW) pipe for an onshore gas pipeline project arises frequently.
Gas Processing News
-Adrienne Blume, June 01, 2021
CNG Fuels has started building Scotland’s first public access renewable biomethane heavy goods vehicle (HGV) refueling station, which will allow fleet operators to run their vehicles on low-carbon fuel, support net zero plans and save money.
Improve gas-gas exchanger footprint and economics with a PSHE
-Robert Broad, Abdollah Bayai, June 01, 2021
Plate-type heat exchangers are known for high heat transfer coefficients.
Introduction to oil bearing turboexpander rotor dynamics
-Tadeh Avetian, Luis E. Rodriguez, June 01, 2021
Turboexpanders are the ideal choice for processes with large pressure drops that require refrigeration or power recovery.
New in Gas Processing Technology
-Adrienne Blume, June 01, 2021
Waga Energy has been enlisted by the Mauricie Residual Materials Management Board to deploy its landfill gas-to-renewable natural gas (RNG) technology at the Saint-Étienne-des-Grès landfill in Quebec, Canada.
Pipelines update: PHMSA regulations and the PIPES Act of 2020
-Whitney Vandiver, June 01, 2021
With the reauthorization of the PIPES Act (i.e., Protecting our Infrastructure of Pipelines and Enhancing Safety Act of 2020), the oil and gas industry is in line for changes that will have an effect on nearly every pipeline operator.
Specifying trip valves is critical for LNG service
-Peter Jessee, June 01, 2021
Appropriately specifying trip valves in the world of natural gas liquification is a critical element.
Sulfur recovery for gas processing plants
-Lorenzo Micucci, June 01, 2021
Natural gas produced in gas fields is a mixture of hydrocarbons containing hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and organic sulfur species (carbonyl sulfide, COS; carbon disulfide, CS2; and mercaptans, RSH), along with other impurities.
Use a seven-step procedure to mark piping CMLs
-Ashfaq Anwer, Kaiser Alam, June 01, 2021
Piping is considered one of the most valuable assets in any hydrocarbon processing facility. Many meters of piping run through these facilities, transporting process fluid from one unit to another.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume, May 01, 2021
Facing regulatory uncertainty, competition from renewable energy and increasing calls for decarbonization, natural gas pipeline operators are studying the blending of hydrogen into their networks to produce lower-carbon methane and test their equipment’s capability for handling H2/methane blends.
Industry Focus: EastMed pipeline faces technical challenges, competition
-Eugene Gerden, May 01, 2021
The outcome of the EastMed pipeline project—a planned, 1,900-km (1,180-mi), subsea pipeline that would supply Europe with 9 Bm3y–12 Bm3y of natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean—is being closely watched by many on the global stage.
Regional Focus: Africa’s floating LNG sector looks to regain footing post-pandemic
-Shem Oirere, May 01, 2021
The drive to harness natural gas reserves in Africa is supporting low-emissions energy generation and effective monetization of marginal and small gas fields.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
Facing regulatory uncertainty, competition from renewable energy and increasing calls for decarbonization, natural gas pipeline operators are studying the blending of hydrogen into their networks to produce lower-carbon methane and test their equipment’s capability for handling H2/methane blends.
Industry Focus: EastMed pipeline faces technical challenges, competition
-Eugene Gerden
The outcome of the EastMed pipeline project—a planned, 1,900-km (1,180-mi), subsea pipeline that would supply Europe with 9 Bm3y–12 Bm3y of natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean—is being closely watched by many on the global stage.
Regional Focus: Africa’s floating LNG sector looks to regain footing post-pandemic
-Shem Oirere
The drive to harness natural gas reserves in Africa is supporting low-emissions energy generation and effective monetization of marginal and small gas fields.


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