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Cryogenic recovery technology enables wet shale gas to become a valuable source of liquids for petrochemicals production.
Air Products PRISM Membranes division in Saint Louis, Missouri, has received a significant order to provide a large quantity of membrane separators to the Ningdong Energy and Chemical Industry Base in Ningxia, China, for use as part of the Shenhua Ningxia Coal-to-Liquids Project.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc supplied technical services and technology that played a key role in enabling natural gas production from the Chuandongbei Project in southwest China.
Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Co., Ltd and Shenergy (Group) Co., Ltd signed LNG fueling station project
Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Co., Ltd and Shenergy (Group) Co., Ltd has currently signed the LNG fueling station project framework agreement. The objective of the agreement is to implement natural gas-related business and other value-added services.
Removing mercury as close as is practicable to the front end of a natural gas processing system is the best choice.
The ZR-LNG technology is a simpler, lower capital cost and more energy efficient process than both nitrogen expander cycles and SMR schemes.
Cryogenic bulk removal of H2S or CO2 offers an economic advantage when the separated acid gases from super sour gas are re-injected.
The removal of acid gas components from highly or super-sour gases requires the optimum choice of process.
A physical solvent’s properties and versatility in a variety of flow schemes for energy-efficient gas treating in a range of applications are discussed.