ANALYSIS SETS OPTIMUM C3 RECOVERY FOR NORTH SEA GAS TERMINAL

David E. Connell Chevron U.K. Ltd. London Paul Horth, R. H. W. Powell Conoco U.K. Ltd. London Analysis for propane recovery in a planned European gas terminal indicated recovery to be most economic at 72%: recovery above that level would yield a lower rate of return and only a small increase in net present value (NPV). These results led to the decision that the gas terminal for the Britannia project in the U.K. North Sea should proceed with a flow designed for 72% propane recovery.

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