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  1. Companies plan monoethylene glycol plant in Thailand

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    Wed, 14 Mar 2001

  2. Sabic signs letter ethlyene glycol plant

    Saudi Basic Industries Corp. has signed a letter of intent with Toyo Engineering Co. of Japan for the engineering, materials supply, and construction of a 700,000-tonne/year ethylene glycol plant in the Yansab complex at Yanbu Industrial City, Saudi Arabia.

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    Wed, 20 Jul 2005

  3. Thai Olefins to build ethylene glycol plant

    Thai Olefins Co. is planning a 300,000 tonne/year ethylene glycol plant to integrate with its existing Map Ta Phut petrochemical complex at Rayong, Thailand. The company is also looking forward to increased financing this year, both from its parent company and a proposed initial public offering.

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    Thu, 8 Feb 2001

  4. Pressurized reboiler reduces VOC emissions in glycol dehy systems

    A pressurized glycol reboiler, first used at a Shell onshore South Louisiana facility, is effective in controlling volatile organic compound emissions.

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    Mon, 26 Apr 2004

  5. Improvements stabilize Drizo glycol -enhancement process

    An improvement to the Drizo gas-dehydration process has made the process far more stable and reliable than the earlier version. The latest enhancement has demonstrated a consistent low level of water content in the exit gas, with an energy efficiency of

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    Mon, 28 Oct 2002

  6. New glycol -unit design achieves VOC, BTEX reductions

    This 10-ft high contactor contains 2 trays but functions equivalent to 10 actual trays in a conventional column (Fig. 1). This is a view from the top of the contactor (Fig. 3 [16,534 bytes]). This view if from inside the contactor, looking over a tray that has had its usual layer of Pall rings ...

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    Mon, 13 Jul 1998

  7. Dutch North Sea platform expands on conventional glycol scheme

    Nam's 16-MMscmd L9 gas-production platform, shown here during installation, is the largest gas producer in the southern North Sea. It consists of a 12-slot wellhead platform bridge linked to a production platform with the single-train, gas-treatment process and a 20-bed accommodation module. The L9 ...

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    Mon, 22 Mar 1999

  8. Optimizing refrigeration process increases LPGs, reduces costs

    Using ethylene glycol (EG) for hydrate inhibition in a natural gas refrigeration plant to recover LPGs is common. It's important, however, that the EG regeneration loop be properly designed to accommodate the operating conditions of the refrigeration process. If this is not the case, there may be ...

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  9. Study links iron sulfide to MEG column burping

    Iron sulfide (FeS) particles entrained in formation water are small ( < 1 μm) with a very large surface area. When freshly produced FeS contacts hydrocarbon condensates they create stable emulsions that are carried all the way to monoethylene glycol (MEG) still columns and likely cause burping in ...

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    Mon, 1 Jun 2015

  10. Advanced dehydrator design recovers gas, reduces emissions

    Performance testing of an advanced glycol dehydrator design showed that the unit, compared with a conventional dehydration technology, saved the equivalent of more than 35 million standard cu ft/year of natural gas valued at more than $173,000.

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    Mon, 26 Jul 2004

  11. New process controls BTEX in direct-fired TEG reboilers

    A process for combusting all vapors released from the glycol in a triethylene glycol (TEG) reboiler has been developed and successfully employed.

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    Mon, 12 Jun 2006

  12. New equations estimate acid-gas solubility in TEG

    New equations, which cover the full range of dehydration-plant operating conditions and wide range of experimental data results, estimate the amount of H2S and CO2 absorbed per volume of triethylene glycol (TEG) circulated vs. the partial pressure of acid-gas components and the absorber ...

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    Mon, 27 Feb 2006

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