May 2001

Special Report: Gas Processing Developments

Increase flexibility and efficiency of Claus unit with liquid redox technology

To manage higher H2S loads, this East Texas gas processor found a creative solution that increased plant efficiency even with widely fluctuating sulfur levels

Baker, C., Anadarko Pinnacle Gas Treating, Inc.; Nagl, G. J., Gas Technology Products Division, Merichem Chemical & Refinery Services LLC; Niemiec, B., USFilter Gas Technology Products; Watson, G., Anardarko Petroleum

B. Niemiec and G. J. Nagl, USFilter Gas Technology Products, Schaumburg, Illinois; and G. Watson and C. Baker, Anardarko Petroleum, Tennessee Colony, Texas       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Anadarko Petroleum operates a gas processing plant in East Texas. Faced with the challenges of processing more sour gas, the operating company was presented with a problem - selecting a sulfur-recovery scheme that not only offered high

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