PROCESS FOR H2S REMOVAL FROM LOW VOLUME GAS STREAMS TESTED

Pilot tests of liquid-redox facilities for removing sulfur, less than about 10 tons/day, from natural gas streams should enable gas producers a better base line for comparing various commercially available technologies. These stand alone liquid-redox plants are believed to be practical for feeds of about 1-30 MMscfd of gas containing 0.05-5.0 mole % of H2S The pilot test is being conducted by the Gas Research Institute (GRI) with the Radian Corp. as the prime contractor and project operator.

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