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  1. AUXILLIARY EQUIPMENT, CORROSION FOCUS OF REFINING MEETING

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    Mon, 4 Apr 1994

  2. Processes combine to assist acid-gas handling, reinjection

    TotalFinaElf and Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP) have been working for several years to develop less-costly technologies to handle high-H 2 S sour gases, especially those intended for bulk acid-gas disposal projects.

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    Mon, 21 Jan 2002

  3. Separations technology improves amine system's overall reliability

    Expansion and modifications at Marsulex Montreal Inc.'s sulfur-handling plant in Montreal have increased the plant's overall reliability through improved amine quality, improved the plant's operating costs as a result of a longer interval between cleaning, and yielded better hydrocarbon recovery.

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    Mon, 11 Jan 2010

  4. DANUBE REFINERY OPERATES UNDER COMPLEX AIR REGULATIONS

    L.R. Aalund Managing Editor-Technology A good example of a major refinery coping with German environmental regulations is the Erdocl-Raffinerie Neustadt GmbH & Co. (ERN) refinery near the town of Neustadt a.d. Donau, or Neustadt on the Danube, in lower Bavaria. ERN is a joint venture of Mobil Oil ...

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    Mon, 30 May 1994

  5. GAS-DESULFURIZATION PLANT HANDLES WIDE RANGE OF SOUR GAS COMPOSITIONS

    Nigel A. Taylor, Jim A. Hugill Shell Internationale Petroleum Maatschappij B.V. The Hague Mathieu M. van Kessel, Rene P. J. Verburg Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V. Emmen, The Netherlands The Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V. (NAM) gas-desulfurization facilities at Emmen treat a natural ...

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    Mon, 19 Aug 1991

  6. LARGE PLANT SULFUR RECOVERY PROCESSES STRESS EFFICIENCY

    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 ...

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    Mon, 23 May 1994

  7. Successful revamp of QP MDEA unit hikes capacity

    Successive revamps of Qatar Petroleum’s acid-gas-removal unit (AGR) at the Mesaieed NGL plant increased the unit’s treatment capacity without loss in gas purification efficiency and at minimal capital cost.

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    Mon, 6 Jun 2005

  8. Sulfur wash removes soot from Claus catalyst bed online

    Saudi Aramco has successfully removed soot and restored normal pressure drop in a Claus catalyst bed with an online sulfur wash technique.

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    Mon, 11 Jun 2001

  9. Shell unveils gas biodesulfurization process

    Shell International Oil Products is looking to convince gas processors that a new bacteria-based sulfur removal process is as reliable as conventional methods.

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    Mon, 11 Oct 1999

  10. Solvent conversion at Canadian plant hikes sales gas, cuts CO 2 , S emissions

    Shell Canada’s conversion of the sour-gas treating solvent at its Burnt Timber gas plant from a Sulfinol-D solution to methyl diethanolamine (MDEA) increased processed sales-gas volumes and heating value, improved sulfur-recovery-unit performance, and reduced CO 2 and sulfur emissions.

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    Mon, 20 Aug 2007

  11. Blending amines debottlenecks Iranian gas plant

    Mixing amines can increase capacity or improve efficiency in an amine sweetening plant.

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    Mon, 13 Nov 2000

  12. Collaboration is key for downstream E&C efficiency

    The world's, refiners are faced with environmental regulatory initiatives, including clean fuels requirements and reductions in air pollution emissions from hydrocarbon processing.

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    Mon, 8 Apr 2002

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