Increasing the H2S content of your gas plant
Increasing hydrogen sulfide in your plant inlet stream? What is the easiest way to get regulatory approval?
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One operator successfully received approval to increase the H2S content of his gas plant. He also received approval to add compression and change the product recovery rates. In his application you can see the steps he used to justify it to the regulator. We found this information using AppIntel.Nein commercial use of der AppIntel content.
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Increasing H2S in thermal operations
Many thermal bitumen schemes find hydrogen sulphide increasing in their gas.
Plant upgrades to handle sour gas are expensive. But you need AER approval first. This operator found a novel way to get that approval.
Get the same approvals as your competitors
Each AER application contains your neighbor's perspective on the processing and transport of oil and gas fields. Applications contain more technical data even than ASME papers.
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Tags: Thermal, Facilities
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