Abu Dhabi NGL plant revamped to handle new feed composition

Adel Bamardouf Al-Amoodi Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (Gasco) Ruwais, Abu Dhabi Boris Ertl M.W.Kellogg Ltd. London Capacity study criteria [82,455 bytes] Changes in 1996 to the stream composition feeding the NGL fractionation plant at Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, prompted operator Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (Gasco) to revamp and debottleneck the plant. The new feed-component distribution has led to increased propane and butane rates and to significantly increased sulfur component rates. Gasco engaged Kellogg Construction Ltd., London, to lead the revamp project, from process debottlenecking studies through to construction and commissioning....

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