H2S IN EOR-1 GAS PROCESSING FOR CO2 EOR INVOLVES SULFUR REMOVAL

11/15/1993
J.E. Johnson Pritchard Corp. Overland Park, Kan. Stephen J. Tzap, Robert E. Kelley Raytheon Engineers & Constructors Denver Lawrence P. Laczko OXY USA Inc. Midland Tex. A design study for a new West Texas gas processing plant for a CO2 EOR project provides for installation of H2S removal processes to be delayed for 3 years after completion of the plant. During this delay, a more precise produced gas composition will be obtained so that the process equipment for removing H2S can be properly selected and sized to handle the gas stream that at the peak will reach about 30 MMscfd from the initial 4 MMscfd. Before...
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