Brochure | December 9, 2014

Crude Oil Processing Brochure

Source: Magnetrol International

A variety of chemicals are typically stored in the field or processing facility to expedite processing time by preconditioning an inlet fluid. These fluids may first enter into a hold tank to allow upstream solids and liquids time to separate prior to production, which allows the facility to better handle upset conditions without stopping production. Stored additive chemicals include dispersants, flocculants, surfactants, glycols, diluents and rust inhibitors.