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Natural Gas Plant Amine Unit — Bags To V-Max Case Study By Pentair Oil & Gas Separations
A Louisiana Gas Plant was having issues cleaning their amines to an acceptable level. Upon having quality discussions about the issues they were having, we learned that in addition to their amines being contaminated, they were utilizing bag filters and they were changing them weekly.
Non-Contact, Radar Level Meter Improves Reactor Vessel Measurement By KROHNE, Inc.
A North Carolina-based specialty chemical manufacturer, a major producer of insect repellent, was looking for a better way to measure the liquid level in its glass-lined agitated reactor. The company uses a number of complex technologies to manufacture sebacates, adipates, isophthalates, catalysts, alkyds, and other natural and renewable chemistries based on castor and citrates.
Measuring Flare Gas Within The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme By Simon Harwood, managing director, Allison Engineering, Ltd.; and Jack Koeken, sr. member technical staff, Fluid Components International
Flare gas is the name given to the surplus waste gas produced during the extraction of crude oil and the subsequent refining process. It is typically vented to the atmosphere and burned in a flare stack. The process inevitably releases large quantities of carbon dioxide (C02) to the atmosphere, which is a major contributor to global warming.
Challenge: The North Salt Lake (Utah) Refinery of Big West Oil LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Flying J Inc., needed to upgrade its wastewater treatment facilities to remain compliant with its wastewater discharge permit.
Installation flexibility of an electrolytic ballast water treatment design is determined by its placement inline with the main ballast system or its ability to treat a portion of the ballast water volume to achieve discharge standards.
The region near Conklin, Alberta, Canada, is a development area for thermal steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) wells. Recently, a major Canadian operator elected to field test TenarisHydril Blue™ Thermal Liner with Dopeless® technology on SAGD wells drilled from one of its well pads.