- Global Energy Infrastructure
Beitler, C. M.
Carrie Beitler is a Senior Engineer at Trimeric Corp. in Buda, Texas. Over the past 28 yr, Ms. Beitler has performed and developed great expertise in process engineering, process modeling and optimization of unit operations in the natural gas, petroleum refining and CO2 processing areas. She also specializes in the development of process design packages for the fabrication of open-art technology, such as caustic scrubbers, acid gas injection units, glycol dehydrators and amine treaters. She earned a BS in chemical engineering from Purdue University.
Maintenance & Reliability / Process Optimization / Refining / Desulfurization / Engineering & Design / Equipment / Hydrotreating / Loss Prevention / Sulfur / Treating
Sour water stripping is a common process in petroleum refineries and other processes where hydrogen sulfide (H<sub>2</sub>S) is present.
Gas Processing/LNG / Maintenance & Reliability / Process Optimization / Refining / Acid Gas Removal / Carbon Management / Corrosion / Crude oil / Desulfurization / Engineering & Design / Environment / Equipment / Heat Transfer / Hydrocracking / Natural Gas / Sulfur
A sour water stripper (SWS) system is a common process in petroleum refineries and other processes where hydrogen sulfide is present.
For many sour gas streams present in a flare header, less expensive options than flare gas recovery may exist. The compressors, liquids management, downstream treating and other systems required for flare gas recovery (FGR) can be expensive to install and/or operate reliably. Some refineries allow the flaring of sweet gases.
Environment & Safety / Gas Processing/LNG / Acid Gas Removal / Americas / Asia/Pacific / Europe / Greenhouse Gases / Middle East / Natural Gas / Sulfur
This technology increases hydrocarbon recovery
Environment & Safety / Gas Processing/LNG / Process Optimization / Refining / Acid Gas Removal / Americas / Analyzers / Asia/Pacific / Desulfurization / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Equipment / Europe / Gas to liquids (GTL) / Loss Prevention / Middle East / Natural Gas / Safety / Sulfur / Treating
Data shows potential harmful effects to workers due to acid gas exposure
Better application of process chemistry enables efficient sulfur abatement
- ... 1 pages
Current Digital Edition
Sign up to Receive Our Newsletter
- Dow's board of directors approves final investment decision for Path2Zero Project 11/28
- Yokogawa and FPT Software ink global partnership to advance DX solution offerings 11/28
- Topsoe selected by Santa Maria Renewable Resources to deliver technology for renewable fuels project in Texas (U.S.) 11/28
- Black Sea storm disrupts Russian and Kazakh oil exports 11/28
- Arkona Allied Container's 'Enviro Feeder' methanol-fueled fleet sets sail in 2025-2026 11/28
- Virgin Atlantic jet takes off for maiden transatlantic flight on low-carbon fuel 11/28
Construction Boxscore: Project Spotlight
Long Son Petrochemicals Complex
Long Son, Vietnam
Siam Cement Group