2012

Gas Processes Handbook

This essential industry handbook contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 130 commercially viable gas processing technologies from 50 licensors. Featured developments include drying, treating, contaminant removal, cleanup, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, syngas, sulfur and gas-to-liquids. Each process description includes a four-color flow diagram, as well as application, operation, economic yield and licensor information. The processes are indexed by process and contributing company. This valuable reference tool should be available to every engineer in the natural gas industry and will be distributed to all paid subscribers of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine in specific industries. Closing date for sponsorship is June 1, 2012.
Special supplement printed in September 2012

This is to confirm that _____________________________________ company will serve as a sponsor for the Hydrocarbon Processing Gas Processes Handbook on CD-ROM to be published in September 2012.). an N2 compander and a cold box that houses the liquefaction heat exchangers.O. 2012. *Contact your sales representative about available frequency discounts and full details. C. Standard Sponsors of Hydrocarbon Processing’s Gas Processes Handbook CD-ROM    Logo on CD-ROM sleeve (back) under Sponsors   Logo on splash screens under Sponsors   Active link from logo to website   Listing of all processes from sponsor in handbook   Two articles from Hydrocarbon Processing or articles or papers from conferences. Closing date for sponsorships is June 1. 2012 Sponsorships are secured on a first-response basis and are limited. Licensor: Air Products and Chemicals. expander arrangements.390* gross agency commissionable. drum LIC LNG storage Installations: Two units in operation in peak-shaving applications. N2 compressor Aftercooler N2 compander Aftercooler Premier Sponsors of Hydrocarbon Processing’s Gas Processes Handbook CD-ROM Home Process Categories Company Index Boil-off/react gas to flow-by/fuel H2O/CO2 removal Feed gas BOG compressor Liquefaction exchangers Heavy HC K. A fraction of the pretreated natural gas is used to regenerate the CO2/water (H2O) removal system. The resulting gas stream is then returned to the feed gas supply or a low-pressure fuel system. Cooling is provided by a nitrogen (N2) recycle refrigeration system. R. There are many variations in the specific configuration of the N2 refrigeration cycle (pressures. All rights reserved. Gas Processes Handbook Gas Processes 2009 Nitrogen recycle LNG liquefier Application: Liquefaction of natural gas for peak shaving. Please indicate below your preferred sponsorship. Reference: Bronfenbrenner. Miller. which utilizes an N2 recycle compressor. The remaining gas is cooled and the heavier hydrocarbons (HC) removed in a knock-out (KO) drum or multi-stage separation device. providing part of the refrigeration requirement. J. A portion of the N2 stream is expanded in the compander. Inc. Click here to e-mail for more information Copyright 2009 Gulf Publishing Company. to be selected by sponsor for inclusion on CD-ROM   Posting at HydrocarbonProcessing.” LNG Industry. product distribution or floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) applications.com for three years   Five articles from Hydrocarbon Processing or articles or papers from conferences. TO CONFIRM YOUR RESERVATION.2012    Logo on CD-ROM sleeve (front) under Premier Sponsors   Logo on splash screens under Premier Sponsors   Active link from logo to website   Listing of all processes from sponsor in handbook   Posting at HydrocarbonProcessing. Economics: N2 recycle plants typically offer a lower capital solution for small plant applications and provide an attractive liquefication process option for applications where hydrocarbon refrigerants may be undesirable. N2 is compressed in the N2 recycle compressor and cooled in an aftercooler.540* gross agency commissionable.com for three years   25 copies of CD-ROM for sales purposes This is a nonexclusive sponsorship. A compander incorporates a compression stage and an expansion stage on a single shaft. full-color ad in the July issue of Hydrocarbon Processing   50 copies of CD-ROM for sales purposes This is a nonexclusive sponsorship (limited to five). to be selected by sponsor for inclusion on CD-ROM   A full-page. final refrigeration temperature required and project-specific economic evaluation criteria. Description: Natural gas is pretreated to remove water and carbon dioxide (CO2). 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N2 dropping from high to low pressure across the expander wheel provides refrigeration and generates rotational force which is absorbed by the compressor wheel providing a portion of the total nitrogen compression required. “On a smaller scale. Six nitrogen recycle units under construction for LNG subcooling. The remaining N2 is expanded with an expansion valve and provides the rest of the refrigeration required for liquefaction. etc. number of expanders. Prices start at $16. The configuration is driven by the need to develop the most cost-effective solution for the plant size. Winter 2008. and W. The resulting vapor product is then condensed to produce LNG. Boil-off gas (BOG) from the LNG storage and the collected heavier HCs are warmed in the exchangers and mixed with the CO2/H2O-laden regeneration gas. FAX THIS FORM TO +1 (713) 525-4615 ATTN: CHERYL WILLIS . Prices start at $4.