January 2012

Special Report: LNG/Gas Processing Developments

Select optimal schemes for gas processing plants

With careful analysis, meet product requirements and environmental standards

Khorsand Movaghar, M., Maleki, M., Energy Industries Engineering and Design Consultant Company (EIED)

Gas processing plants are an essential part of the energy industry and provide one of the cleanest-burning fuels and a valuable chemical feedstock. The importance and complexity of gas processing plants have increased over the years due to their use as a feedstock source and their integration with petrochemical plants. Important factors that drive the process selection and design of gas processing plants are environmental and safety regulations, capital and operating costs, and process efficiency. Therefore, selecting an optimized process scheme during the project feasibility study is vital to ensure that the project is technically feasible, cost-effective and profitable. PROCESS SCHEME

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