April 2000

Misc

It's a gas

Gas processing is this month's special report. HP's Gas Processes 2000 lists tried-and-true gas preparation techniques. It also debuts several newcomers. Traditionally, the gas processi..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Gas processing is this month's special report. HP's Gas Processes 2000 lists tried-and-true gas preparation techniques. It also debuts several newcomers. Traditionally, the gas processing industry gathers, treats and refines raw natural gas into salable gas processes.1 Other process streams are also treated to recover economic benefits. These refined products are used for energy purposes or as feedstocks for the petrochemical / chemical industry. Thus, gas producers use various techniques and processing steps to "clean up" the raw gas so that customer specifications are met. In general terms, gas processing involves: rem

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