NGL recovery influences Louisiana processing

04/12/1999
Kevin L. Currence, Brian C. Price Black & Veatch Pritchard Inc. Overland Park, Kan. William B. Coons Bridgeline Gas Distribution LLC New Orleans The Larose gas-processing plant consists of two parallel 300-MMcfd cryogenic turboexpander processing trains (Fig. 1). The Paradis fractionation plant, west of New Orleans, has a standard four-tower train (Fig. 2)[74,789 bytes]. The Discovery Project, the first of the new wave of NGL-recovery projects developed in Southeast Louisiana, started up last year in three processing segments: Phase I: A 350-MMscfd dew point control unit at the Larose gas processing pla...
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