LARGE PLANT SULFUR RECOVERY PROCESSES STRESS EFFICIENCY

05/23/1994
B. Gene Goar, Elmo Nasato Goal, Allison & Associates Inc, Tyler, Tex. Natural gas processing in the future will encounter significantly more raw sour gas, i.e., gas containing 15 20 mol % H2S or greater. Deciding whether to make the significant investment to build a sour gas treating and sulfur recovery plant involves many considerations. An operator selecting the optimum gas treating, sulfur recovery, and tail gas cleanup processes must choose each carefully because each upstream step can affect design and operation of subsequent downstream steps. Reviewed here are current as treating and sulfur recovery proc...
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