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Pall brought on board for UAE natural gas plant

09.01.2010  | 

Pall Corp. has been contracted to supply critical enabling technologies for the Habshan 5 natural gas treatment plant being constructed by Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) in the UAE. A joint venture of Tecnimont S.p.A. and JGC Corp has ordered Pall SepraSolTM liquid/gas coalescer systems, filters, porous metal high flow elements and activated carbon units for the approximately $5 billion processing plant.

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Pall Corp. has been contracted to supply critical enabling technologies for the Habshan 5 natural gas treatment plant being constructed by Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) in the UAE. A joint venture of Tecnimont S.p.A. and JGC Corp has ordered Pall SepraSolTM  liquid/gas coalescer systems, filters, porous metal high flow elements and activated carbon units for the approximately $5 billion processing plant.

“Pall is gratified to be selected by the joint venture to support the Habshan 5 project,” said Greg Collins, president, Pall Energy. “Our products will purify incoming gas, protect pipelines and process equipment and optimize the performance of acid gas treatment systems for Habshan 5 as they do for other projects in the oil and gas sector.”

SepraSol Plus coalescers provide advanced separation in large-scale, highly demanding oil and gas processing applications. They remove several times more liquid per unit area from high flow gas streams than conventional technology. At the Habshan 5 plant the coalescers will treat inlet gas and operate in the amine and glycol treatment systems.

Habshan 5 is part of a gas development project launched in the UAE in July 2009. The project is scheduled to be completed in the third quarter of 2013. It will produce 900 million standard cubic feet per day of sales gas; 12,000 tpd  of natural gas liquids; and 5,000 tpd of liquid sulfur.

 



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