Acid-gas injection encounters diverse H 2 S, water phase changes

H2S INJECTION-Conclusion John J. CarrollGas Liquids EngineeringCalgary For acid-gas injection systems, pressure-composition diagrams indicate the significant phase changes that H2S and water mixtures can undergo when going from an amine unit to downhole in an injection well. This conclusion of a two-part series, which started in OGJ Mar. 2, 1998, p. 92, describes the importance of considering H2S and water phase changes in the design of acid gas injection compressors, pipelines, injection wells, and methanol injection. Compression As an example, consider a simple acid-gas injection scheme where the injected gas is H2S saturated with water at 50° C. ...

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