Acid Gas Removal

New technology for removal of carbon dioxide from natural gas

The Japanese companies JGC Corp. and I NPEX Corp. jointly with BASF SE have successfully completed tests of a new technology for the removal of carbon dioxide (CO2) from natural gas under high pressure.

Slurry-phase hydrocracking—possible solution to refining margins

Opportunity crudes require more hydrogen addition to upgrade orphan product streams into higher-value ‘clean’ products

Convert bottom-of-the-barrel into diesel and light olefins

Sieli, G., Rama Rao, M., Soni, D., Lummus Technology; Bhattacharyya, D., Indian Oil Corp. Ltd.

Integrating residue hydrocracking operations with advanced fluid catalytic cracking optimizes upgrading of heavy crude oils

Minimize carbon footprint from Claus tail-gas units

Heisel, M., Linde AG; Rameshni, M., WorleyParsons

Reevaluate emissions efficiencies on sulfur-removal operations

Circumvent design issues when adding new hydrotreating units

Marchetti, M. H., A-Evangelista, S.A.

Follow these guidelines for substantial capital cost savings with existing flare systems

HP Innovations: HPInnovations

Siemens expands anaerobic- digestion product offeringSiemens Water Technologies has acquired the JetMix hydraulic mixing system from Liquid Dynamics Corp. This proprietary system agitates sludge withi..

When is CO2 more hazardous than H2S

Beitler, C. A. M., Fisher, K., McIntush, K. E., Lundeen, J., Trimeric Corp.; Tyndall, K., Pastor, Behling & Wheeler LLC

Data shows potential harmful effects to workers due to acid gas exposure

Advanced chemical process for treating sour gas

Technology avoids huge capital investments while speeding up results

Consider different alternatives for enriching lean acid gases

ZareNezhad, B., Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Semnan University

New developments improve operation of Claus sulfur recovery units

What are the strategies for sustainable chemical production?

Nair, M. P. Sukumaran, Special Secretary to Government of Kerala, and Chairman, Chemical Engineering Division Board of the Institution of Engineers

New environmental challenges require a new way of thinking by the hydrocarbon processing industry