FIXED-BED PROCESSES PROVIDE FLEXIBILITY FOR COS, H2S REMOVAL

06/05/1995
Peter J. H. CarnellICI KatalcoBillingham, U.K. Ken W. JoslinMobil Research & Development Corp.Dallas Peter R. WoodhamMobil North Sea Ltd.St. Fergus, U.K. Mobil North Sea Ltd.'s Scottish Area Gas Evacuation (SAGE) plant at St. Fergus, Scotland, has been designed to process a broad range of contract gases. It is currently the only U.K. terminal capable of processing northern North Sea sour associated gas containing both H2S and CO2- A key element has been integration of fixed-bed processes for selective removal of COS and H2S from the gas and liquid product streams. The result has been operating flexibility and significant capital savings. ...
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