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  • About Axens

    Axens is a group providing a complete range of solutions for the conversion of oil and biomass to cleaner fuels, the production and purification of major petrochemical intermediates as well as all of natural gas' treatment and conversion options. The offer includes technologies, equipment, furnaces, modular units, catalysts, adsorbents and related services. Axens is ideally positioned to cover the entire value chain, from feasibility study to unit start-up and follow-up throughout ...

  • Air emissions modeling advances for oil and gas production facilities

    A perfect storm has dramatically changed the way oil and gas production facilities are designed and permitted for air quality compliance. Air quality regulations have been strengthened due to rule changes in the Clean Air Act (40 CFR 60, Subpart OOOO), drastically reducing the allowed emissions of VOCs from well sites. These changes were made along with new regulations of Green House Gas emissions (40 CFR 98, Subpart W). Due to the more stringent and complex permitting regime, ...

  • All about excellence in the energy and chemical industry

    KBC exists to help you achieve and sustain excellent operational performance, through the actions of our people, fused with the application of our digitalization technology and best practices, powered by the Cloud.Better decisions - faster, Flawless execution - every time and  Superior results - sustained. Deliver value: Performance assurance Organizations that perform at their best are able to adjust to changing dynamics without compromising competitiveness. KBC ...

  • Amine and solvent management around the world

    Our vast global experience providing online amine hygiene and solvent management to the ammonia, gas, oil, and steel industry places MPR in a unique position to serve its customers. Our dedicated research and development group continues to make improvements in our technologies meeting the challenges faced in dealing with corrosion, suspended solids, hydrocarbon entrainment and infi ltration together with the accumulation of heat stable salts and foaming issues. Our R & D group's ...

  • Amine headaches a pain

    MPR Services understands that amine engineers face a never ending group of challenges in ensuring their systems perform as designed. Since 1989, MPR Services has been working with amine engineers in addressing these challenges through our scientifically, developed technologies. In 1990, MPR’s patented HSSX® Process was introduced to remove heat stable salts from amines. Since then, MPR has developed new technologies, improved existing technologies and acquired additional ...

  • Approaches to simulating distillation and absorption

    Distillation of spirits has been practiced since the time of the ancient Greeks who ascribed sacred powers to the liquids that resulted from refining wine using stills such as the one shown in Figure 1. Dionysian cults incorporated these early spirits into religious rituals. Distillation and other phase separation processes have come a long way since then, and so have the ways they’ve been analyzed and computed. Figure 2 shows the progression of models and computational ...

  • Axens catalysts and adsorbents

    Decades of scientific achievement in catalyst and adsorbent research, product development, engineering expertise, process licensing technologies, manufacturing capability, and industrial feedback form the basis of the most advanced and reliable catalysts and adsorbents available anywhere to serve the refining, petrochemical, chemicals, gas, alternative fuels and water industries.   Our products, which constitute the most complete portfolio on the market, are grouped according ...

  • Axens engineering services revamping

    For a successful revamping project, no matter the degree of its complexity, and in accordance with your tight schedules, Axens is your unique contact during the phase preceding detailed engineering. Axens’ offer is based on our well founded expertise and several decades of experience. Our team of equipment specialists and our extensive network of detailed engineering contractors and equipment manufacturers complete this offer.   Our approach consists of successive ...

  • Axens hydrocracking

    Axens is an established name in hydrocracking licensing with more than 40 years’ experience in all types of hydrocracking processes. We have a large portfolio of hydroconversion processes, including fixed and ebullated-bed technologies. Our commercial units operate at low, medium and high conversion, and in once through, single-stage recycle and two-stage modes. Our commercial hydrocracker designs can cover a large variety of feedstocks varying from light HGO and LVGO ...

  • Axens overview

    Axens is a group providing a complete range of solutions for the conversion of oil and biomass to cleaner fuels, the production and purification of major petrochemical intermediates as well as all of natural gas' treatment and conversion options. The offer includes technologies, equipment, furnaces, modular units, catalysts, adsorbents and related services. Axens is ideally positioned to cover the entire value chain, from feasibility study to unit start-up and follow-up ...

  • Bicine can be controlled

    Bicine is a very corrosive degradation product produced in certain DEA and MDEA systems. Amine system operators must take steps to minimize O2 and SO2 incursion into the amine system and will need to monitor Heat Stable Salts and Amino Acids (Bicine) concentrations in the amine.

  • Brink® mist eliminators

    Brink® solutions deliver the highest efficiencies, lowest pressure drop, and longest effective life available. From the invention of Brink® Fiber Bed Mist Eliminators in 1958, MECS® has set the standard for offering the widest array of designs and materials in mist eliminators worldwide. Today, we meet the needs of global clients in a broad range of industries, from sulfuric acid to asphalt manufacturing, plastic extrusion, metalworking, and many ...

  • Celebrating a century of innovation in the oil & gas industry

    UOP celebrates its 100th year in business in 2014, and in many ways our history is analogous to the development of the world’s oil and gas industry. We have accomplished many great things during the last century. For that, we owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to our customers, who helped us develop and commercialize our technologies. When our company was founded, there were fewer than 2 billion people in the world, and travel was dominated by horses and steam engines. ...

  • Claus Tail Gas Treating – BSR® MDEA Process

    Applications: Refineries and gas plants around the world are challenged by new emission regulations, a stronger push to increase sulphur removal and the processing of higher sulphur crudes. The addition of a Beavon Sulfur removal - Methyldiethanolamine (BSR®-MDEA) Tail Gas Treatment Unit (TGTU) to existing or new Claus plants enables compliance with the strictest emission regulations.   Description: Claus tail gas is heated to a temperature that will permit the desired ...

  • Comparing physical solvents for acid gas removal

    Physical solvents such as DEPG, NMP, Methanol, and Propylene Carbonate are often used to treat sour gas. These physical solvents differ from chemical solvents such as ethanolamines and hot potassium carbonate in a number of ways. The regeneration of chemical solvents is achieved by the application of heat whereas physical solvents can often be stripped of impurities by simply reducing the pressure. Physical solvents tend to be favored over chemical solvents when the concentration ...

  • COSWEET™ deep COS removal from natural gas

    By combining amine absorption with catalytic COS hydrolysis, COSWEET™ allows gas sweetening, either total (removal of both H₂S + CO₂) or selective (removal of H₂S mainly), with complete COS removal. The three steps of COSWEET™ process consists in: * Removing the bulk of the H₂S and CO₂ present in the feed gas by absorption in the bottom section of a solvent absorber. * Withdrawing the partially sweetened gas from bottom section of the absorber, water ...

  • Customized grading solutions for your feedstock

    Match your catalyst grading to your feedstock for minimum pressure drop build-up and maximum demetallization. As today’s opportunity crudes and heavier feedstocks become more economically viable, the oil fractions you refine are posing new challenges. Creating the optimal grading solution for your individual feedstock is essential to minimize pressure drop build-up, increase metals pick-up, and reduce downtime and catalyst replacement. An overlooked advantage The importance ...

  • Cyanide corrosion causes costly upsets

    Refinery cyanides cause considerable corrosion, hydrogen blistering and waste water treatment problems. The majority of refinery cyanides are formed in the reactor of fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) units. All of the gas from the reactor, including the cyanide, is carried overhead into the distillation column, where water is injected into the overhead stream to control corrosion problems. The resulting sour water is separated from the hydrocarbon products at various stages in ...

  • Drizo™ the best available glycol dehydration process

    Drizo™ regenerates the glycol by solvent stripping instead of the conventional gas stripping. Solvent stripping allows to obtain much higher glycol purities than gas stripping (up to 99.998 wt% instead of the typical 99.95 wt%) and consequently allows to get much larger water dew point depressions: up to 100°C (180°F) and even higher in some cases. The solvent required by the Drizo™ process is usually obtained from the BTEX present in the natural gas itself ...

  • Dynawave® reverse jet scrubber

    How a reverse jet wet gas scrubber works. The DynaWave® Reverse Jet Scrubber is an open duct in which scrubbing liquid is injected, through a non-restrictive reverse jet nozzle, counter current to the dirty inlet gas. Liquid collides with down-coming gas to create the “Froth Zone,” a region of extreme turbulence with a high rate of mass transfer. The clean, water saturated gas continues through the scrubber vessel to mist removal devices. the liquid reverses ...

  • Electrostatic Coalescers: desalting and dehydration of crudes

    Electrostatic coalescers allow to remove small water droplets which would remain emulsified and not separated in conventional separators, thanks to droplet size increase through coalescence in an electric field. Crude desalting can be achieved by injecting and emulsifying dilution water in the electric field. PROSERNAT electrostatic coalescers can meet the most stringent specifications, down to 0.5 PTB (Pound per Thousand Barrels) of salts - 0.1% BSW (Basic Sediments and Water). ...

  • Gas processing

    ProMax® is a powerful and versatile process simulation package that is used worldwide to design and optimize gas processing, refining and chemical facilities. Totally integrated with Microsoft Visio®, Excel® and Word®, ProMax is the best simulation tool for designing gas plants and predicting performance under varying process conditions. Discover why engineers around the world depend on ProMax! • Model any NGL, LNG, LPG recovery and fractionation process • ...

  • Gas sweetening solutions

    Our Expertise, a global solution adapted to each case: Design suitable for Gas Plants, LNG Plants, Refineries, Biogas, Shale Gas and Syngas. Efficient and reliable amine sweetening processes: The AdvAmine™ series of processes • Can treat any sour gas composition • Achieves the most severe specifications • Tailor made solvent composition and process configurations adapted to your specific case • Open market chemicals to reduce solvent costs • Specific ...

  • Gas treating (refinery / natural gas) ADIP process

    Applications: The ADIP process is a regenerative process developed to selectively reduce H2S in gas to very low concentrations in the presence of CO2. The ADIP process uses an aqueous solution of diisopropanol amine (DIPA) or the aqueous solution of methyldiethanol amine (MDEA). MDEA is used for those applications in which high selectivity for H2S is required. Depending on operating conditions 20-60% of the CO2 is co-absorbed if DIPA is used as the ADIP solvent, while this can ...

  • GT-DWC dividing wall column design saves cost and energy

    GTC Technology is widely known for innovation, technical knowledge and commitment to excellence through proprietary technologies and customized solutions. Our process equipment technology offerings include the dividing wall column (DWC), which separates a multi-component feed into three or more purified streams within a single tower, thereby eliminating the need for a second column. This design saves capital and energy costs normally invested in a separation unit. The DWC design ...

  • High sulphur recovery at low cost with SmartSulf™

    Process Principle: Thermal stage: acid gases are burnt with air to produce sulphur at high temperature thanks to Claus reaction. COS and CS2 hydrolysis: COS and CS2 from the process gases are hydrolyzed at high temperature in the first zone of the SmartSulf™ reactor operating in hot mode. Claus Reaction: Claus reaction occurs in the second zone of the hot mode SmartSulf™ reactor, where heat of reaction is continuously removed by thermoplates internals, thus increasing ...

  • HySWEET® the best option for mercaptan removal from natural gas

    HySWEET® process is a hybrid solvent process developed by TOTAL and licensed by PROSERNAT. The solvent is a blend of alkanolamine and physical solvent diluted with water. The physical component has been selected by TOTAL in order to simultaneously achieve a high level of mercaptan’s absorption with a relatively low level of hydrocarbon co-absorption. Thanks to its specific solvent formulation HySWEET® exhibits major advantages compared to other gas sweetening process ...

  • IFPACC™ a new generation of structured packings for gas treatment

    A joint development between IFP Energies nouvelles and PROSERNAT. Characteristics: A novel structured packing geometry, Adapted to the constraints of acid gas removal by amine solvents, Geometric area of 200 m2/m3, Tested at industrial scale (Ø 1 m column), High effective to geometric area ratio of up to 1.4 depending on the liquid load Key Benefits • Higher flow capacity than other packings that generate similar mass transfer rates • Debottlenecking potential • ...

  • Ifpexol™ IFPEn integrated process for natural gas full treatment

    Ifpexol uses refrigerated methanol for the complete treatment (dehydration, NGL recovery and sweetening) of natural gas. The Ifpexol process is based on two independent steps. Methanol is used as hydrate inhibitor in a cold process for NGL extraction : The mixture of methanol and water recovered at the low temperature separator is regenerated by simple stripping with a fraction of the feed gas and pure water is produced. Ifpexol has been implemented on 15 industrial NG dewpointing ...

  • Liquid hydrocarbon treating (LPG/PP/BB) - ADIP process

    Applications: Besides its use as a regenerative process for the reduction of H2S to very low levels in gases, the ADIP process is also used to selectively reduce H2S and COS to very low levels in liquid hydrocarbons, such as propane-propylene (PP), butanebutene (BB), LPG and NGLs. The process is based on regenerative absorption with an amine solvent in contact with the acidic feed. Removal of CO2 is also possible. H2S removal from LPG or NGLs down to 20 ppmwt or lower, and COS ...

  • Make your feeds more valuable with FLEXICOKING™ technology

    FLEXICOKING™ technology is a commercially proven, cost-effective, continuous fluidized bed process that thermally converts heavy feeds to lighter products and flexigas. FLEXICOKING technology, as an integrated process, offers great flexibility when upgrading residuum, as it provides high-value liquid products as well as clean flexigas that can be used as refinery fuel or for power generation. How FLEXICOKING technology works The vacuum resid feed enters the scrubber for ...

  • MECS® SolvR™ technology for regenerative SO2 recovery.

    An energy efficient so absorption process with nearly zero SO2 emmissions. MECS® SolvR™ Technology employs an absorption solvent that is readily available, environmentally friendly and lower in cost than solvents used in other SO2 absorption processes. The technology can be integrated into new sulphuric acid plant designs to achieve ultra low SO emissions and high energy recovery. The SO2 recovered can either be liquefied, converted into sulphuric acid or converted ...

  • MECS® sulfuric acid and environmental technologies

    Is the leading provider of proprietary process technology, speciality products and technical services to the global sulfuric acid industry. MECS® has provided best-in-class sulfuric acid plant processes, clean technologies, and specialty products to a wide distribution of industries for over 80 years. Our proprietary solutions are engineered to perform and built to last. MECS® is the global leader in sulfuric acid plant design and technology licensing for the phosphate ...

  • Meet emission challenges with reliable Claus tail gas unit performance

    Meet emission directives while improving your sulfur management. In today’s oil and gas industry, maximizing sulfur recovery from off-gases is extremely important. Regulations get tighter, forcing operators to constantly optimize the efficiency of their sulfur management units. Adding a tail gas treating plant to your Claus unit will enable you to meet the most stringent emission targets for final sulfur removal from the off-gases. The effluent from a Claus plant is the ...

  • MEG regeneration & reclaiming technology

    Benefits of Installing a MEG Recovery Unit - Strong increase in demand for natural gas leads to more development of deep offshore gas deposits with deeper wells, longer subsea pipelines, higher pressures and lower temperatures. Under such conditions, hydrate formation - that blocks flow lines and can cause plant shutdowns - is a major risk so effective hydrate inhibition is key. Injection of large volumes of Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) at the wellhead is an effective way to prevent ...

  • Methanol to gasoline technology

    Simple, scalable gasoline production. Produce transportation fuels with low technical and project risk. ExxonMobil’s methanol to gasoline (MTG) process selectively converts methanol to a single fungible liquid fuel and a small LPG stream. The liquid product is conventional gasoline with virtually no sulphur and low benzene, which can be sold as-is or blended with ethanol, methanol or with petroleum refinery stocks. This minimizes offsite and logistic complexity and investment ...

  • New design features enhance separation performance

    The Shell Schoepentoeter™ is a vane-type inlet device for feeding high momentum gas-liquid mixtures into separators or distillation columns. The Schoepentoeter has two main functions: separating the liquid from the vapor and evenly distributing the vapor in the gas compartment of the vessel. While Schoepentoeters have been recognized as the primary choice of radial inlet device in many separator vessels, performance in distillation columns has been challenged by proponents ...

  • Optimizing CO2 capture, dehydration and compression facilities

    The removal of CO2 by liquid absorbents is widely implemented in the field of gas processing, chemical production, and coal gasification. Many power plants are looking at post-combustion CO2 recovery to meet environmental regulations and to produce CO2 for enhanced oil recovery applications. The figure below illustrates actual data of fuel consumption in 2005 and an estimate of energy demand for various fuels from 2010 to 2030. The world energy demand will likely increase at rates ...

  • Plant control - advanced burner control (plus)

    Applications: The design intent is to have accurate SRU tail gas quality control in order to optimize sulphur recovery. ABC provides that. It is clearly superior over conventional SRU control and has always been Comprimo’s control system of choice for the EUROCLAUS®/SUPERCLAUS® process with over 200 licenses worldwide.   ABC handles changes to SRU feed gas variables such as flow rate, pressure, temperature and composition, provided these changes are relatively ...

  • High-Performance Tail-Gas Treating

    Discover the benefits of applying the latest technology in modern, low-temperature Shell Claus offgas treating (SCOT™) units. See how next-generation, low-temperature SCOT catalysts can help extend cycle life, lower energy costs and ensure regulatory compliance, even with the most difficult feeds and conditions. In this webinar you will: • Learn why modern tail-gas treating units are being designed without an inline burner, and the impact this has on inlet temperatures ...

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