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SYRIAN GAS COMPANY

NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT

TEG DEHYDRATION PACKAGE-PU-03


TECHNICAL OFFER
(Process Group International Quotation: 1168 Rev 0)

OPTIONAL INLET
GAS KO SECTION
ENSURES
VIRTUALLY 100%
REMOVAL OF
CONTAMINANTS

WET GAS INLET

WET GAS RISERS


SIZED FOR
OPTIMUM
DISTRIBUTION

DRY GAS OUTLET

HIGH EFFICIENCY
MASS TRANSFER
SECTION FOR
MAXIMUM
PERFORMANCE

OPTIMUM
GLYCOL
DISTRIBUTION
GIVES LOW GAS
TURNDOWN

UNIQUE MIST ELIMINATOR


DESIGN GIVES MINIMUM
GLYCOL CARRYOVER

HYDROCARBONS TO
RECOVERY SYSTEM

SURGE DRUM ALLOWS


EXTENDED PERIODS
BETWEEN GLYCOL
REFILLING

REBOILER HEATER
SIZED TO MINIMISE
FOULING AND
AVOID
OVERHEATING

STILL COLUMN
SIZED FOR
MAXIMUM
GLYCOL
RECOVERY

GLYCOL COOLING
MEDIA OPTIONS
INCLUDE GAS, WATER
AND AIR

HIGH RELIABILITY CIRCULATION


PUMPS ENSURE MINIMUM
MAINTENANCE

GAS TO
RECOVERY SYSTEM

STEAM OUTLET

CARBON FILTER REMOVES POLYMERISED


GLYCOL TO MINIMISE CORROSION AND
FOULING AND EXTEND GLYCOL LIFE

EFFECTIVE GLYCOL FILTERS


PROLONG LIFE OF PUMPS AND
CONTROL VALVES

HYDROCARBONS TO
RECOVERY SYSTEM

FLASH DRUM REMOVES >95% OF


DISSOLVED HYDROCARBONS

STRIPPING COLUMN ACHIEVES


UP TO 99.95% WT GLYCOL

FLASH GAS RECYCLED TO


STRIPPING COLUMN

COMPACT HEAT EXCHANGERS


PROVIDE OPTIMUM HEAT
TRANSFER WITH MINIMUM
MAINTENANCE AND ZERO
LEAKAGE

REFLUX COIL DESIGNED FOR


SIMPLE INSPECTION AND
CLEANING

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Table of Contents
1

Introduction

1.1

Summary Scope of Supply

Technical Details

2.1

Process Design & Guarantees

2.1.1

TEG Process Design Data

2.1.2

TEG System Process Guarantees

2.1.3

TEG Process Description

2.2

Environmental Data

2.3

TEG Utility Consumptions

2.4

Equipment Schedule

2.4.1

Extent of Packaging / Skid Mounting

2.4.2

Instrument & Electrical

2.4.3

Surface Protection, Insulation & Heat Tracing

2.4.4

Pipework, Valving & Supports

2.4.5

Quality Control

2.4.6

Packing, Shipment & Site Re-assembly

2.4.7

Language and Documentation

2.5

Spare Parts

2.6

Assistance and Support from within Syria

Attachments

3.1.1

PID Comments

3.1.2

Simulation Results

3.1.3

Reference list

3.1.5

Typical GA's of similar units

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Introduction
Process Group Intl is a leading supplier of process systems and complete process trains for a
range of process industries including the oil and gas and petrochemical industries. Process
Group Intls continued success depends largely on a team of highly motivated, experienced
professionals who are committed to excellence in all aspects of project execution including
estimation, process, detailed engineering design, procurement, construction, fabrication and
commissioning. Our technical staffs includes engineers with backgrounds in mechanical, civil,
chemical, electrical, instrument and process engineering that are supported by a team of
technical specialists such as CAD design draftsmen, fabrication, construction and
commissioning experts.
Process Group Intl is a joint venture between Process Group Pty, Australia
(www.processgroup.com.au) & Euro Mechanical Intl, UAE (www.euromechanical .com).
Process Group Intl primarily concentrates in Middle East, Asia & Africa regions.
Process Group Intl specialises in the supply of the following range of Plant, Equipment and
Packages on either a complete EPC or supply only basis.
Separation (Oil/Gas/Water)

Test & Production Separators ( 2 & 3 phase)


Liquid/Liquid Coalescers
Slug Catchers
Free Water Knockouts
Gas Conditioning / Processing

Scrubber & Dry Gas Filters


Fuel Gas Conditioning Systems
Indirect Fired Water/Glycol or Salt Bath Heaters
Gas Sweetening Plants (Including Membrane Systems Products)
Gas Dehydration Systems (Glycol/ Molecular Sieve/Solid Desiccant)
Metering Packages
Pressure Reduction Systems
Crude Dehydration and Desalting

Thermal-Mechanical Heater Treaters


Electrostatic Dehydrators and Desalters
Produced Water Treatment Units

Hydrocyclones ( Deoiling & Desanding)


Floatation systems (IGFs)
Dual Media Filters,
Magnetic Descaling
CPI Separators

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Summary Scope of Supply


PGIs offer covers the design, material supply, fabrication, assembly, testing, inspection,
painting, preparation for shipment, and documentation of 1 off TEG Gas Dehydration Package.
The Package will comprise the following:
TEG Dehydration Column with integral scrubber

Description
Glycol Contactor, complete with internals and instrumentation
and valving as per the enquiry P&I D

QTY
1

Glycol contactor (with integral inlet gas scrubber) to have


vane inlet device and cyclone deck to achieve required
droplet carry-over specification.
TEG Regeneration Skid
TEG Glycol Regeneration Skid, as detailed in the enquiry
P&ID s
(Reflux (Still) Column Disconnected for loading and transport)

The Skid will comprise the following equipment items ; installed on a prefabricated skid, complete with all on skid pipework, instrumentation,
internals and access steelwork:

Glycol Flash Drum (Horizontal)

Rich Glycol Particulate Filter

Lean Glycol Particulate Filter

Glycol Carbon Filter

Glycol Reboiler & Surge Drum c/w natural draft fire tube and
stack. Stripping column to achieve 99% glycol concentration.
Reboiler to be controlled by BMS panel

c/w Reflux Condenser Coil

c/w Still Column

Glycol/Glycol Exchanger Plate Type

Lean Glycol Circulation Pumps API 674

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Overhead recovery systems comprising: Air cooled overhead


condenser, Gas/Liquid separator vessel. Fixed orifice ejector,
Recycle pressure control valve (actuated butterfly valve),
drum level control valve (actuated butterfly valve), emergency
vent valve (actuated butterfly valve), one number pressure
relief valve to protect reboiler from over-pressure, and
instrumentation as per enquiry
Anti Foam dosing unit with 2 off electric dosing pumps

1 Unit

pH dosing unit with 2 off electric dosing pumps

1 Unit

TEG Drain Vessel (30 Days capacity) with 1 vertical


submersible pump (1m3/hr)

1 Unit

Imp Notes: Our offer is subjected to comments on enquiry P&I D as attached with this offer.
We are not possession of Al Furat Engineering Standard Schedule G and hence
MOC of the equipments is based on our experience and industry standard.

In general the skid shall be supplied complete, including:


Continuous skid supporting all components including ancillaries and controls with beam
drain holes, earthing lugs, and gratings. Drip trays under the filters and Pumps only.
All local instrumentation and controls as marked in PGIs supply on attached P&IDs.
All electrical/instrument cabling, 316SS cable tray, junction boxes and glands within the
skid limits;
Junction boxes for all Purchaser interface connections;
All interconnecting piping, pipe supports, valves & appendages within the confines of the
skid, including drains, with all piping terminal point connections brought to a common
location at the edge of the unit, in accordance with the appended P&IDs;
Finish painting, preservation & packing; (Crating of contactor vessel not required)
Ladders, platforms, walkways and hand railing, grating for safe operation and access to
equipment, valves and instruments etc.;
Electrical continuity to earthing bosses;
Air supply header and pneumatic hook-ups;
Vent and drain headers;
Lifting equipment, beams, shackles with lifting lugs on vessels, skid and removable items;
Process and mechanical design guarantee
Insulation and Personnel Protection
Third party inspection on pressure vessel coded equipment
Safe area control system as per attached details.

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No special tools or fixtures are currently envisaged for the supplied equipment for installation,
removal and routine maintenance. If special tools are subsequently identified in the detailed
design of the equipment, [including the sub-vendor equipment], then they will be supplied.
Exclusions to PGI Scope of Supply
The following are NOT included in the PGI scope of supply (i.e. Items within client scope).
Unit / equipment installation at site;
Cabling, wiring and impulse lines beyond the skid edge junction boxes;
Electrical, instrument & control wiring between skid edge junction boxes and off skid
items;
Fire proofing and/or fire protection/detection equipment beyond those stated;
Power cabling to electric motors (as motor terminal boxes will be located next to skid
edge)
Roof / weather protection;
Supply of Utilities and Consumables;
Special Tools - none required;
Insulation on Contactor
Certifying Authority
Skid Hold-down bolts
Skid Lighting
Piping requirements between Contactor & Regeneration Skid
Technical Clarification
We have not considered separate inlet gas scrubber at the inlet of the contactor. The
contactor will have integral scrubber at the bottom which is common practice acceptable as
per API 12 GDU and Shell DEP.
No Air Blower (G-K-372) has been considered in our offer. The reboiler burner will be
natural draft type.
PGI will participate in HAZOP , however any increase in scope
Document submission schedule to be mutually discussed and agreed during kick off
meeting in the event PGI is the successful bidder.
For main gas line we have considered piping spec BBO and for TEG line AAO.

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Technical Details

2.1

Process Design & Guarantees


TEG Glycol Dehydration & Regeneration System is designed using PGIs validated in-house
programs and HYSYSTM

2.1.1

TEG GDU Process Design Data


The following data has been used for the design of the GDU package.
Temp
Pressure
Gas Volume rate
Mol.wt

30 degC
36 37 barg
124,572 kg/hr ( 120% case)
19

Gas composition as per section 3.6 of document Data Sheet for TEG dehydration Package.

2.1.2

TEG System Process Guarantees


PGI guarantees the following;

120% design margin and 40% turn down.

Dew point of the gas leaving the contactor will be - 30 degC

Lean TEG circulation rates is 11 USGPM ( Including 20% margin)

Lean Glycol Purity with stripping gas = 99.8 wt %

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TEG Process Description


The TEG Glycol Dehydration and Regeneration Package is designed to be in continuous
operation and to handle wet gas.
Plant operation is fully automatic and under normal circumstances requires no operator
intervention. The plant control systems remain active under all circumstances except for when
the instrument air or electrical supply is shutdown.
Feed gas is routed to the Glycol Contactor; where it passes through a inlet scrubber to remove
any droplets entrained in the flow. The gas then passes up through the chimney tray into the
absorbing section of the column, where it flows counter-current to the water lean TEG and
contacts over a bed of structured packing. The TEG absorbs moisture from the gas, thus
achieving the desired water dew point at the top of the tower. A demisting device at the top of
the tower minimises glycol carryover.
The contactor scrubber will be fitting with a high efficiency cyclone deck to achieve droplet
carryover specification
Water rich TEG is fed to the Glycol Regeneration Skid, first flowing into the Reflux Condenser
Coil, mounted in the top of the Glycol Still Column. Should the low level trip fail, then the Glycol
Flash Drum relief valves will handle the relief load arising from the gas blowby condition from
the contactor, in addition to the fire case. Prior to entering the Glycol Flash Drum the TEG has
first been heated in the Reflux Condenser Coil to a temperature which is sufficient for liberation
of gas and liquid hydrocarbons (approx 60 C). The rich TEG is then flashed in the Glycol Flash
Drum to allow free vapours to be released and to allow any hydrocarbon liquids to be separated
and drained off under automatic control via the hydrocarbon bucket. Flash vapour is routed to
the LP Flare. The Glycol Flash Drum is designed for a liquid residence time of 15 minutes at 60
C (based on 50% full) and is provided with a demister on the vapour outlet to minimise glycol
losses to the Flare.
The rich TEG is then filtered in the Glycol Filter, to remove solids [98% > 5 microns]. The rich
TEG then flows through the Glycol Carbon Filter (sized for 100% slipstream flow) where
activated carbon serves to remove glycol degradation and polymerisation products, which may
otherwise build up on heat transfer surfaces.
The rich TEG is then heated by exchange with the hot lean TEG, in the Glycol Exchanger prior
to entering the Glycol Still Column random packed section, after flowing through the glycol flash

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drum level control valve. This is located here to minimise vapour in the upstream Glycol
Exchanger.
In the Glycol Still Column the TEG undergoes the necessary distillation to achieve the required
TEG concentration in the Glycol Regenerator. The reflux from the Reflux Condenser Coil
provides additional condensing duty at the top of the Glycol Still Column to minimise the TEG
losses to the vent. The reboiler heat duty is provided by a firetube. Overhead vapours from the
Glycol Still Column are routed to the overhead vapour recovery system.
Lean TEG flows from the reboiler into the glycol stripping column where the glycol is stripped
using stripping gas to achieve 99% concentration.
The glycol then pases through the TEG/TEG exchnager before reaching the Glycol Surge
Drum. Which provides a residence time buffer for circulation variance, and Glycol Contactor
packing drain-down, along with the capacity to allow for 1 month of glycol losses. From here it
passes to the Glycol Circulation Pumps.
The API 674 type reciprocating constant volume Glycol Pump, pumps the TEG back to the
Glycol Contactor, via a lean TEG cooler which serves to further cool the lean TEG to within 510C of the feed gas to the contactor, to minimise vaporisation losses within the Glycol Contactor
and prevent foaming.

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Environmental Data
Air temperature:

2.3

5 to 50C

TEG Utility Consumptions


Electrical
400 V, 3 phase, 50 Hz
TEG Pumps

3.77 kW

24 V DC is also required for control purposes CI Pumps


0.75 kW (Intermittent > 1 hr/month)

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NMAGE GDU Equipment Schedule


The following main vessels & equipment are included in our scope of supply:
Glycol Contactor
(free standing skirt mounted)
Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:
Design Code:
Packing:

1700 mm ID x 12,800 mm T/T


48 bar g (Flange Rating 300#)
82C
CS + 3 mm 316 SS Cladding up to Chimney Tray
ASME VIII div 1
Structured Packing
Glycol Flash Drum

Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material
Design Code:

1100 mm ID x 3,100 mm T/T [Horizontal Vessel]


7 bar g + Full Vacuum
0/85 C
Carbon steel + 3 mm CA
ASME VIII div 1
Glycol Particulate Filters ( Lean & Rich )

Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Press Drop:
Flowrate
Filtration:
Material:
Design Code:

200 mm diameter, 650 mm T/T [Vertical Vessel]


7 bar g
0/85 C
0.3 bar [dirty]
11.0 USGPM
98% of 5m
Carbon Steel + 3 mm CA
ASME VIII div 1
Glycol Carbon Filter

Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Press Drop:
Flowrate
Material:
Design Code:

24 diameter, 1200 mm T/T [Vertical Vessel]


7 bar g
0/85 C
0.3 bar [dirty]
11.0 USGPM
Carbon Steel + 3 mm CA
ASME VIII div 1

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Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:
Design Code:

Glycol Reboiler Gas Fired 150 KW


762 mm ID x 4375 mm T/T[Horizontal Vessel]
7 bar g
0 / 235 C
Carbon Steel + 3 mm CA
ASME VIII div 1

Surge Drum
Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:
Design Code:

762 mm ID x 4400 mm T/T[Horizontal Vessel]


7 bar g
0 / 235 C
Carbon Steel + 3 mm CA
ASME VIII div 1

Glycol Still Column


Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:
Packing:
Design Code:

14 inch ID, 4500 mm FOF/Head


7 barg
0 / 235 C
316L Stainless Steel
1 316 SS Pall Rings
ASME VIII div 1

Glycol Stripping Column


Size:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:
Packing:
Design Code:

8 inch , 1800 mm weir/BTL


7 barg
0 / 235 C
Carbon Steel
1 316 SS Pall Rings
ASME VIII div 1
Glycol/Glycol Heat Exchanger Plate Type , Fully
Welded

Design Duty:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:

200 kW
7 barg [Plate]
0 / 230 C
SS

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Lean Glycol Cooler Gas / Glycol


Design Duty:
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Material:

50 kW
48 Barg
0 / 120C
CS

Design Codes

TEMA ( Shell & Tube Type )

Note :- Gas / Glycol exchanger will be attached to the contactor at the top.
Glycol Circulation Pumps
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Capacity:
Material:
Design Code:

48 bar g
0 / 120 C
11 USGPM
Carbon Steel with Stainless Steel Wetted Parts
API 674

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Overhead Recovery System compromising of the


following
Overhead Condenser -Air cooler 75 KW
Single Bay with single bay & 1 fan
316SS Tubes and Tube Sheets
To be mounted above reboiler.
KO Pot
8 Dia x 1445mm LNG 316L SS Pot
Ejector
1 x Fox type ejector (or equal)
Discharge pressure: 6 psig
Motive gas flow rate : 120 kg/h (Max)
Note the above backage, including piping and valves are
offered in 316L SS, however the HP flare header (where
the ejector discharges into) is CS with 3mm corrosion
allowance
Condensate Pump
Design Press:
Design Temp:
Capacity:
Material:
Design Code:

6 bar g
0 / 80 C
0.25 m3/h
Stainless Steel
ANSI

Anti Foan Injection Package ( Anti foam )


Tank Capacity:
Material:
Pumps (2 off)
Capacity:
Material:
Design Code:

50 Litres
316L SS
0.1 Litres/h
316SS
API 675

We have provided only one pump as continuous injection


is not required.

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pH Injection Package
Tank Capacity:
Material:
Pumps (2 off)
Capacity:
Material:
Design Code:

50 Litres
316L SS
0.1 Litres/h
316SS
API 675

We have provided only one pump as continuous injection is not required.

Lifting Equipment
We have considered the supply of one lifting beam complete with slings and shackles.
The lifting beam will be subject to 100% NDT and will be proven by trial lift.
The slings and shackles will be proof load tested.

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Extent of Packaging / Skid Mounting


The package to be supplied by PGI will comprise;

Free standing Glycol Contactor(Note :- Gas / Glycol exchanger will be attached to the
contactor at the top)

One complete TEG regeneration skids complete with overhead recover system

The Still Columns and exposed instruments would be removed for shipment and require reassembly on site.
The skid structures will be designed and supplied on the basis that it will be supported on 4
[four] discrete points. PGI assume that the location of these supports can be selected by PGI to
suit the design of the skid structure. Skid members will be sized suitable for a single point lift
and will cater for the dynamic conditions specified (dynamics normally only applicable to
offshore applications), taking due account of any imposed loads from equipment in PGI supply.
No imposed loads from outside of PGIs package limits have been allowed for.
The responsibility for re-assembly of the package on site rests with purchaser. Any shimming
and attachment of holding down bolts are the responsibility of the purchaser.
Skid mounted pressure vessels will either be welded or bolted to the skid base.
Access will be provided for routine operation & regular maintenance of the plant. Access for
major maintenance activities will not be specifically provided (i.e. no specific access for
maintenance block valves, maintenance spectacle blinds, start-up vents & drains).
Direct mounted instrumentation, (such as temperature & pressure gauges & transmitters), will
be self supported, where appropriate. Instrumentation may also be supported off brackets
mounted on pipework.

2.4.2

Instrument & Electrical


This section covers the main requirements for instrumentation on this contract. Scope of
instrumentation supplied with this package is as defined in the enclosed P&IDs. Note: our offer
only includes for the supply of instruments indicated within our scope.

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Scope of Supply:
Items wired to junction boxes, located at the skid edge.
(per P&ID as attached)

Skid-mounted Instrumentation:
Pump Start/Stop Stations:
Lighting:
Power Sockets:
Fire & Gas Detection:

by others
none
Engineering to be supplied

Control Panels:
No control system will be provided. BMS panel for reboiler will be supplied for installtion in safe
area.
Hazardous Area Considerations:
Field instruments are located in the following zone classifications:
Zone:
Gas Group:
Temp Class:

1
IIA
T3

Safety Techniques Used:


Zone 0:
Zone 1:
Zone 2:

Exia
Exia/ib
Exd
Classification ignored use Zone 1

Exe

Exp
ExN

Enclosure Ingress Protection:


IP:

65

Level Gauges:
Reflex gauges for abolsute level measurement
Transparent for interface level measurement.
Tubular glass type for Chemical injection Tanks

Pressure Gauges:

Bourdon type, 4 dial

Flow/Restriction Orifice:

Square edged orifice flanges, 316 SS

Level Switches/Transmitters:
We have included for Displacement type transmitters for short ranges (upto 1 M) and DP type
transmitters for larger ranges.
Control Valves:
Actuator Type:

Pneumatic

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Valve Type:

Globe

Shutdown/Switching Valves:
Actuator Type:
Valve Type:

Pneumatic
Ball

Relief Valves:

Type: conventional

The scope of the relief valve system offered, has taken no allowance for elevated flare headers.
Sized in accordance with:
Spared:

API 521
as per P&ID

Thermowells:
Connections to Vessels:
Connections to Piping
Connections to Instrument:
Minimum Flange Rating:

2" 316 SS
1.5
NPT
300#

Transmission / Control:
Type of Process Control:
Transmission:

Customer PCS
Electronic 4-20 mA (HART)

Cabling:
Colour:

Intrinsically Safe (I.S.)


Non- Intrinsically Safe

Blue
Black

Type:
Process Control / Power:
Shutdown / Safety Systems:

Flame Retardant; IEC 332


Fire Resistant; IEC 331 / 332

Junction Boxes:
Protection:
Material:

Ex e
GRP with Brass Continuity Plates

Tray work & Installation:


Cable Tray Construction:
Cable Tray Material:
Cable Tray Supports:
Junction Box Racks:

Medium Duty; Without Covers


316 SS
316 SS (unistrut)
316 SS (Unistrut)

Note: Single cables may be supported in unistrut.


Hydraulic / Pneumatic Hook-up:
Pneumatic Tubing Material:
Impulse Tubing Material:
Tube Fittings:

" 316 SS
" 316 SS
Twin Ferrule Compression

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Surface Protection, Insulation & Heat Tracing


This section covers the main requirements for surface protection, insulation and heat tracing on
this contract.
Applicable Standards for Surface Protection:
PGI Standards
Client Standards
Insulation:
System:
Cladding:
Valves:
Flanges:
Vessel Nozzles:
Personnel Protection:

2.4.4

Mineral wool
Stainless Steel
Un-insulated
Un-insulated
Un-insulated
Guards or Insulation as required

Pipework, Valving & Supports


This section covers the main requirements for piping design and installation. Scope of piping
supplied with this package is as defined on the enclosed P&IDs.
Applicable Standards for Piping Valving & Supports:
BBO (Around Contactor) 12 inch
AA0 (Complete Regen Skid) 1.5 inch
Design Features:
Instrument Vents:
Instrument Drains:
Dissimilar Materials:
Drip Rings:
Pipe Restraint Method:

Blank Flange, tapped and plugged, 1/2" NPT


3/4" flange/pipe to drain (where required)
No Project Requirement
Drip Rings may be used to save space
<=6" NB; Sliding or Gripping 'U' Bolts
>6" NB; Pipe Shoes/Clamps/Trunnions, as appr.

Pipe Stress Analysis:


Scope of Analysis:

None included

In general PGI use sound engineering judgement rather than rigorous calculation on most
piping systems.
Pipe supporting will generally be based on sound engineering judgement & experience and will
not be rigorously analysed, other than in exceptional circumstances (e.g. spring supports).

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NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

Butterfly Valves
In view of the low available pressure drops in the overhead recover system we have
considered actuated butterfly valves for pressure and level control, and for venting to LP vent (if
the HP flare header pressure exceeds the design discharge pressure of the ejector).
We have also considered butterfly valves for isolation of the above items, but the final valve
connecting to the flare system will be a ball valve.
All butterfly valves will be of soft seated, high efficiency, offset design.

CLIENT
PROJECT
QUOTE NO.
DATE

STROYTRANSGAZ (STG)
NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT):


Refer to the following NDT matrix:
Item
L.P. Vessels
(ANSI 150# flange
rating)
H.P. Vessels
(>ANSI 150# flange
rating)
Manual Valves
Control Valves
Relief Valves
General
Instrumentation
Structural Steelwork

Piping
150# Fabricatio 300#
n
>300#
Skid Assembly
Instrument Bulks

Part
Plate
Forging &
Fittings
Non Pressure
Parts
Plate
Forging &
Fittings
Non Pressure
Parts
Pressure Parts
Non Pressure
Parts
Pressure Parts
Non Pressure
Parts
Pressure Parts
Non Pressure
Parts
Pressure Parts
Primary Steel
Lifting
attachments
Secondary Steel
Trim Steel
Pipe & Fittings
Bolting
Gaskets
Cable
Tube
Fittings

Radiography
Per Code

Non-Destructive Examination
UT
DPI
Per Code
Per Code

100%

Per Code

Per Code

100% on
lugs

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard

Vendor
standard
10%
100%
10%

10%
100%

10%
100%

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Valve Requirements:
Specification:
Special Requirements:

MPI
100% on
lugs

Client Specification (see above)


per Pipe Spec.

CLIENT
PROJECT
QUOTE NO.
DATE

Quality Control
Quality Management System:
PGI operates a Quality Management system which meets the requirements of BS EN ISO
9001:2000. PGI operates a system of QC approval on all sub suppliers.
Material Traceability & Inspection:

Item

Part

Traceability Level

IIA Involvement

Material Traceability and Inspection will be in accordance with the following matrix:
Mat Certification
Type
(EN10204 1991)

2.4.5

STROYTRANSGAZ (STG)
NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

L.P. Vessels
(ANSI 150# flange rating)

Plate
Forging & Fittings
Non Pressure Parts

3.1 B
3.1 B
3.1.B

1
1
3

YES

H.P. Vessels
(>ANSI 150# flange rating)

Plate
Forging & Fittings
Non Pressure Parts

3.1 B
3.1 B
3.1.B

1
1
3

YES

Manual Valves

Pressure Parts
Non Pressure Parts
Pressure Parts
Non Pressure Parts
Pressure Parts
Non Pressure Parts
Pressure Parts
Primary Steel
Lifting attachments
Secondary Steel
Trim Steel
Pipe & Fittings

3.1 B
2.1
3.1 B
2.1
3.1 B
2.1
2.2
3.1 B
3.1 B
2.2
2.2
3.1 B
3.1.B

2
3
2
3
2
3
3
2
1
3
3
1
1

NO

Attendance at key hold points:


-final dimensions prior to
stress relief/hydrotest as
applicable
- Hydrotest
- Final
Attendance at key hold points:
-final dimensions prior to
stress relief/hydrotest as
applicable
- Hydrotest
- Final
Goods inwards inspection

NO

Goods inwards inspection

NO

Goods inwards inspection

NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO

Goods inwards inspection


Dimensional check
Painting inspection

Control Valves
Relief Valves
General Instrumentation
Structural Steelwork

Piping
Fabrication

150# - 900#
>900#

Skid Assembly

Bolting
Gaskets

2.2
2.2

2
2

NO

Instrument Bulks

Cable
Tube
Fittings

2.2
3.1 B
2.2

2
2
2

NO

PGI / Nominated inspection


agency involvement

Dimensional / fit-up (Sample)


Hydrotest
Painting
Certification control & review
E & I and insulation installation
stage inspections
Final inspection
Material certification review
Sample inspection

CLIENT
PROJECT
QUOTE NO.
DATE

STROYTRANSGAZ (STG)
NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

Material Traceability Levels:


(1)

Full traceability. Supplier shall provide manufacturers material certificates (EN 10204

1991 3.1b). These shall be identified by means of showing their specific location on material
placement drawings.
(2)

Type traceability Supplier shall maintain a system to trace material supplied to a

manufacturers material certificate (EN 10204 1991 3.1b).


(3)

Compliance traceability Supplier shall maintain a system of traceability that shall enable

a certificate of compliance to be issued by the supplier (EN 10204 1991 2.1/2.2)


Third Party Inspection Bodies:
External Inspection Agencies are utilised for certification of pressure vessels and Certification of
stated materials and equipment.
Inspection Visits:
PGI will provide suitable notice of agreed Quality Plan notification points, and suitable access to
review / inspect ongoing work (as required).
Function Testing:
The scope of PGIs function testing will be as follows:
Instrument Calibration at Manufacturers Works (Un-witnessed)
Cable Continuity / Megger Testing
Instrument Functional Test to Skid Junction Box after Skid Final Assembly
Rotating Machinery Type Tested to Code at Manufacturers Works (Un-witnessed)
Additional Machine Testing at Manufacturers Works as Specified On Data Sheet
Noise Tests
Package Leak Test (5 psi Air)
Panel Function Testing
Release of Equipment & Materials:
All materials and equipment are subject to formal release using the agreed PGI, or Client
supplied, Project release note format.

CLIENT
PROJECT
QUOTE NO.
DATE

STROYTRANSGAZ (STG)
NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

In general, materials will not be shipped without formal release from client and / or third party
inspectors.

2.4.6

Packing, Shipment & Site Re-assembly


Handling:
The skid module will be designed for a single point lift. Lifting lugs will be provided on the
skid. Any equipment items shipped loose will also be provided with appropriate lifting
facilities.
PGI will supply all slings, shackles and lifting beams as necessary. Certification as
follows:
Beam:
Service Lift plus NDT
Shackles:
Proof load test
Slings:
Proof load test
Packing:
Prior to shipment all equipment will be dried and cleaned of grease, loose scale and debris both
internally and externally.
All exposed flanges and pipe terminations will be greased, sealed with tape and blanked off
using wooden blanks.
All equipment will be suitably protected to prevent damage during transit. Any instrument liable
to damage in transport will be removed and packed separately in wooden cases.
Pumps and other rotating machinery may be shipped without oil. Appropriate filling and represervation requirements will be provided with the goods.

2.4.7

Language and Documentation


Documentation will be provided in English and final documentation will be provided on Cd ROM.
With reference to your provided VDDR, we would advise that Construction Assembly
procedures, Detailed General Arrangement drawings, Piping Line Lists, Padeye/Lifting/Design
Calculations will be advised 8-12 weeks after PO Date. With Fabrication drawings issued in line
with project schedule. Materials certification will be supplied in line with submission of the
Manufacturing Record Book.

CLIENT
PROJECT
QUOTE NO.
DATE

2.5

STROYTRANSGAZ (STG)
NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

Spare Parts
PGI would recommend and are supplying the following commissioning spares:

1 spare set of Particulate filter cartridges for duty filters

1 off pulsation damper charging kit

100% Filter closure gaskets and 100% spare manway gaskets

5 % spare bolts, nuts and gaskets;

Spare Ignition spark plug and insulators for ionisation pilot flame detector
Special Tools

Blade setting tool for the aircoolers (1 off)

Pulsation Dampner charging kit (1 off)

PGI's Field Support department will provide a comprehensive 2 years spares quotation for client
review & purchasing, once engineering is completed & sub-suppliers have been selected,
during contract execution.

2.6

Assistance and Support from within Syria


Assistance is provided in obtaining maintenance, repair, and spares through our local agent.

HESCO
Details of which can be provided for your perusal if required

CLIENT
PROJECT
QUOTE NO.
DATE

STROYTRANSGAZ (STG)
NORTH MIDDLE AREA GAS EXPLOITATION PROJECT
1168 Rev 0
24th-July-2008

Attachments

3.1.1

PGI Comments on the enquiry P&I Ds.

3.1.2

HYSYS Simulation Results - Attached

3.1.3

Catalogue, Reference List for TEG Units

3.1.4

GA Drawing & Typical 3D view of the Regen skid of similar size unit.

00875-G350-PR-PID-0120
1. There will be no Chimney Tray on Contactor (G-C-351)
2. Are both PSV 352 and 351 required? No isolation between two vessels and therefore
PSVs are connected.
3. Are PSVs required on G-E-357 and G-F-360? These have direct isolation, however if
locked open code may not require PSVs. Please check.
4. Recommend a bypass around Lean TEG filter to allow element change during
operation. If no bypass, is isolation required? If so, is PSV required?
5. Is isolation required around G-E-357 and G-F-360? If so is a PSV required?

00875-G350-PR-PID-0121
1. PDT361 A/B are measuring exactly the same pressure drop on the same pipe. Is this
required?
2. G-F-362A/B Are duty/standby units required for these units? Bypass lines have been
shown allowing each unit to be taken off-line for short periods during operation.

00875-G350-PR-PID-0122
1. A Condenser Coil is shown using the Rich TEG coming from the Contactor. This
stream is not shown on the contactor P&ID. Additionally the Condenser Coil exit
stream enters the Rich TEG outlet from the Hot HEX. Is there a reason for this? It
would be more suited to enter upstream of the flash drum.
2. G-V-358 is labelled the Glycol Surge Drum in the upper title block and G-V-354 is
labelled the TEG Reboiler. This is incorrect.
3. C-V-354 should not be positioned directly downstream of the reboiler. Stream exiting
reboiler should pass through Glycol/Glycol exchanger (G-E-356) to recover as much
heat as possible. Additionally, temperature exiting the reboiler and in the surge drum
would be too high for pumps (since pumps are directly downstream of surge)
4. Is isolation required around G-E-359? Is so, is a PSV required?
5. Line direction between G-V-355 and G-V-365 is incorrect.
6. Line direction between From Charcoal Filters and G-V-365 is incorrect.

00875-G350-PR-PFD-0105
1. G-P-363A/B is not required Pressure is sufficient.
2. Please discuss condenser coil positioning. Would be more beneficial upstream of flash
drum to provide better operation within the flash vessel (higher temp).

op-102
07-288 revC
STG / Syrian Gas Company
Gas Dehydration Package

lbH2Ommscf 0.5662

TEG

GP

WaterDew

-35.32

op-102

108.8 MMSCFD + 20% overdesign


Inlet Temp: 25degC
Inlet Pressure: 3600 kPag

Comp
Splitter

TEG Circ Rate: 9.2 USGPM + 20% overdesign


TEG Concentration: 99.8wt.%
TEG Reboiler: 200degC (Max Temp)

Gas
Properties

Condtions

GP

VS

Outlet of
Gas/Glycol
Exchanger

WaterDew

-32.08

Condtions
op-104

Water Dew
Point @ 75 barg

Trim Cooler - TEG Outlet


Master Comp Mass Frac (TEGlycol)
Actual Volume Flow

0.9983
11.06

Trim Cooler
Duty

USGPM

-51.80

Pump Inlet
kW

Q-Dummy

Trim
Cooler

Trim
Cooler
- TEG
Outlet

Trim
CoolerTEG
Intlet

Dry
Gas

Lean
Filter
Inlet

Pump
Outlet

Pump
Inlet

Make-up
TEG
MIX-2

Make-up TEG
Temperature
25.00
Pressure
Mass Flow

Master Comp Mass Flow (TEGlycol) 0.2984


C

MIX-1

Inlet
Gas

KO
Drum

Contactor

Rich
TEG

Condenser
Inlet

Condenser
Outlet

Surge
Drum
Outlet
Flash
Inlet
Flash
Vapor

Wet
Gas
Inlet
Water
Outlet

Pressure
Let-Down

74.41

kW

Minimum Approach

28.39

kPag

Mass Flow

68.81

kg/h

0.0055

kg/h

Still
Overhead
Gas

Q-ACHE

Flash
Outlet

Outlet
of
ACHE

G-V-355

To
LP
Flare

Still
RCY-4 Column
Inlet

Q-Reboiler

Q-Condenser
To
TEG
Drain
Vessel

Q-Condenser

Q-Reboiler

Heat Flow 7.313

kW

Heat Flow 146.5 kW

L/R
HEX:
Rich
Glycol
Outlet

To TEG Drain Vessel


Fuel
Gas

Temperature

Stripping
VLV-101 Gas Inlet

Hot
Glycol
HEX

Reboiler
Bottoms

60.00 C

Mass Flow

105.7 kg/h

Master Comp Mass Flow (TEGlycol)

0.2929 kg/h

Reboiler Bottoms
Master Comp Mass Frac (TEGlycol)

Duty

kg/h

Master Comp Mass Flow (TEGlycol)

Still
Column

Flash
Condensate

Flash
Tank

Cold Glycol HEX

16.00

ACHE
Condenser
VLV-100

Cold
Glycol
HEX

Reflux
Coil

60.00

Pressure

174.5 kg/h

Surge
Drum

kW

QCond

Temperature

kW

SPRDSHT-1

Water to
Saturate

Mass Flow

350.0 kPag
7.323e-002 kg/h

Q- Cond
Heat Flow 7.314

Saturated
Gas

98.01

Q-Pump
Heat Flow 3.773

To LP Flare

Still Overhead Gas

C
Temperature

Surge
Drum
Inlet
Lean TEG
to
Contactor

60.15

Q-Pump

Lean
Filter

RCY-2

Dummy

Temperature

TEG
Regen
Pump

0.9982

Filter
Outlet
Hot Glycol HEX

Cold
HEX Lean
Inlet

Duty

194.9 kW

Minimum Approach 30.00

Filters

R
RCY-1

Mon Apr 07 10:53:31 2008

Hot HEX Lean


Outlet

Case: S:\1.0 Quotes\1.8 Quotes 2007\07-288 PGI Amine & TEG\Calcs\Hysys\07288_25DEGC_3600KPAG_130.5MMSCFD revC.hsc

Flowsheet: Case (Main)

RCY-1

Vapour Fraction
Temperature
Pressure
Molar Flow
Actual Volume Flow
Mass Flow
Mass Density
Molecular Weight
Viscosity
Master Comp Mass Frac (H2O)
Master Comp Mass Frac (TEGlycol)
Vapour Fraction
Temperature
Pressure
Molar Flow
Actual Volume Flow
Mass Flow
Mass Density
Molecular Weight
Viscosity
Master Comp Mass Frac (H2O)
Master Comp Mass Frac (TEGlycol)
Vapour Fraction
Temperature
Pressure
Molar Flow
Actual Volume Flow
Mass Flow
Mass Density
Molecular Weight
Viscosity
Master Comp Mass Frac (H2O)
Master Comp Mass Frac (TEGlycol)
Vapour Fraction
Temperature
Pressure
Molar Flow
Actual Volume Flow
Mass Flow
Mass Density
Molecular Weight
Viscosity
Master Comp Mass Frac (H2O)
Master Comp Mass Frac (TEGlycol)

Mon Apr 07 10:58:55 2008

C
kPag
MMSCFD
USGPM
kg/h
kg/m3
cP

C
kPag
MMSCFD
USGPM
kg/h
kg/m3
cP

C
kPag
MMSCFD
USGPM
kg/h
kg/m3
cP

C
kPag
MMSCFD
USGPM
kg/h
kg/m3
cP

Wet Gas Inlet


0.9998
25.00
3600
130.6
1.731e+004
124560.0
31.69
19.15
<empty>
0.0011
0.0000
Water Outlet
0.0000
25.00
3600
2.648e-002
0.1038
23.8
1008
18.02
0.8904
0.9996
0.0000
Gas Properties
1.0000
26.37
3520
130.4
1.782e+004
124408.7
30.74
19.15
1.238e-002
0.0000
0.0000
Outlet of ACHE
0.3751
60.00
16.00
0.1881
364.8
174.5
2.106
18.63
<empty>
0.6657
0.0017

Water to Saturate
0.0000
25.00
3600
1.114e-003
4.366e-003
1.0
1008
18.02
0.8905
1.0000
0.0000
Surge Drum Inlet
0.0007
60.15
5.000
0.3816
12.79
2818.2
969.8
148.3
<empty>
0.0015
0.9982
TEG
0.0000
210.4
3520
2.555e-005
8.640e-004
0.2
974.0
150.2
0.5229
0.0000
1.0000
To LP Flare
1.0000
60.00
16.00
7.057e-002
364.4
68.8
0.8314
19.57
1.196e-002
0.1563
0.0001

Inlet Gas

Saturated Gas

0.9998
1.0000
25.00
25.00
3600
3600
130.6
130.5
1.731e+004
1.731e+004
124561.0
124537.2
31.69
31.68
19.15
19.15
<empty>
1.236e-002
0.0011
0.0009
0.0000
0.0000
Still Overhead Gas 2
1.0000
1.0000
98.01
60.15
21.00
5.000
0.1881
2.496e-004
1034
1.424
174.5
0.2
0.7429
0.7178
18.63
18.67
1.050e-002
1.260e-002
0.6657
0.0018
0.0017
0.0006
1
Outlet of Gas/Glycol Exchanger
0.0277
1.0000
156.3
26.37
60.00
3520
0.5141
130.4
81.38
1.782e+004
2939.5
124408.9
159.0
30.74
114.8
19.15
<empty>
1.238e-002
0.0410
0.0000
0.9570
0.0000
To TEG Drain Vessel Lean Filter Inlet
0.0000
0.0000
60.00
60.06
16.00
3950
0.1175
0.3813
0.4746
11.30
105.7
2818.0
980.8
1098
18.06
148.4
0.4668
9.935
0.9972
0.0015
0.0028
0.9983

Hot HEX Lean


Outlet

Streams
Condenser Inlet
Condenser Outlet
0.0116
0.0117
27.82
31.76
620.0
600.0
0.5202
0.5202
16.10
16.37
2946.4
2946.4
805.7
792.6
113.7
113.7
<empty>
<empty>
0.0409
0.0409
0.9548
0.9548
Surge Drum Outlet
Make-up TEG
0.0000
0.0000
60.15
25.00
5.000
350.0
0.3813
1.338e-005
11.37
2.882e-004
2817.9
0.1
1091
1119
148.4
109.9
9.870
23.40
0.0015
0.0500
0.9983
0.9500
Rich TEG
Reboiler Bottoms
0.0000
0.0000
25.82
191.6
3600
25.00
0.5202
0.3815
11.62
12.69
2946.4
2817.9
1117
977.4
113.7
148.3
22.58
0.6711
0.0409
0.0015
0.9548
0.9982
Q- Cond
Q-Reboiler
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>

Flash Condensate Flash Vapor


0.0000
1.0000
70.00
70.00
550.0
550.0
0.0000
6.082e-003
0.0000
5.769
0.0
6.9
479.7
5.284
57.68
22.86
0.1078
1.363e-002
0.0025
0.0093
0.0000
0.0001
Pump Inlet
Pump Outlet
0.0000
0.0000
60.15
58.75
5.000
3950
0.3813
0.3813
11.37
11.29
2818.0
2818.0
1091
1099
148.4
148.4
9.870
10.28
0.0015
0.0015
0.9983
0.9983
Dry Gas
Still Column Inlet
1.0000
0.0276
25.97
156.3
3570
60.00
130.4
0.5141
1.752e+004
81.28
124408.9
2939.5
31.26
159.2
19.15
114.8
1.239e-002
<empty>
0.0000
0.0410
0.0000
0.9570
Q-Condenser
Q-Pump
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>

Flash Outlet

Filter Outlet
L/R HEX: Rich Glycol Outlet Lean TEG to Contactor
0.0000
0.0014
0.0038
0.0000
70.00
70.17
158.3
30.00
550.0
350.0
300.0
3800
0.5141
0.5141
0.5141
0.3811
11.99
13.01
16.73
11.06
2939.5
2939.5
2939.5
2818.0
1079
995.1
773.8
1121
114.8
114.8
114.8
148.4
7.393
<empty>
<empty>
25.51
0.0410
0.0410
0.0410
0.0015
0.9570
0.9570
0.9570
0.9984
Trim Cooler- TEG Intlet Trim Cooler - TEG Outlet
Stripping Gas Inlet
Fuel Gas
0.0000
0.0000
1.0000
1.0000
60.15
30.00
6.212
26.35
3850
3800
40.00
3520
0.3813
0.3813
5.555e-002
5.555e-002
11.30
11.06
199.3
7.591
2818.0
2818.0
53.0
53.0
1098
1121
1.171
30.74
148.4
148.4
19.15
19.15
9.911
25.50
1.080e-002
1.238e-002
0.0015
0.0015
0.0000
0.0000
0.9983
0.9983
0.0000
0.0000
Flash Inlet
Hot HEX - Lean Outlet
Cold HEX - Lean Inlet
Water Dew Point @ 75 barg
0.0117
0.0004
0.0004
1.0000
70.00
100.2
100.2
16.50
550.0
15.00
15.00
7500
0.5202
0.3815
0.3816
130.4
17.76
12.66
12.66
7223
2946.4
2817.9
2818.2
124408.7
730.4
979.9
979.9
75.83
113.7
148.3
148.3
19.15
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
1.384e-002
0.0409
0.0015
0.0015
0.0000
0.9548
0.9982
0.9982
0.0000
Q-Dummy
Q-ACHE
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
<empty>
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Gas Dehydration
A.01
- Glycol
Introduction
The use of Glycol to dehydrate gas streams is an established method
that has proven its functionality and versatility over many years.
There are 3 common types of Glycol used for Gas Dehydration:
Mono-Ethylene Glycol (MEG)
Di-Ethylene Glycol (DEG)
Tri-Ethylene Glycol (TEG)
The type of Glycol used and the package design depends on several
factors, and the end-users specic requirements and objectives for
the gas stream being processed.
Each package is typically designed in close consultation with the
client to ensure the best overall design is achieved.

Design Basis
The design of TEG and MEG Dehydration Systems is unique for
every requirement, and the overall package design will vary to meet
the specied moisture content of the gas at the process conditions.
Each system is typically designed and built as a complete turn-key
package with particular emphasis given to the following issues:

Discharge gas moisture content


High gas dehydration capacity
Minimum glycol losses
Minimum power consumption
Optimum plant efciency & design integrity
Compliance with HSE requirements
Environmentally conscientious design

Photo: Spring Gully TEG Dehydration Package.


Duty: 50 MMscfd / 10.4 usgpm TEG.
Location: Queensland, Australia (installed 2004).

Process Description
In a typical TEG package, water saturated gas enters near the
bottom of the Contactor Tower and ows upwards through the
internal trays/packing (1). Lean Glycol enters the Contactor Tower
near the top and cascades down through the Contactor internals
(9), making contact with the up-owing gas stream. The countercurrent ow path of the Glycol and the high contact surface area
absorbs water into the Glycol from the gas stream.

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VIC 3153, Australia
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Web: www.processgroup.com.au

Gas Dehydration
- Glycol
A.01

Dehydrated gas ows out of the top of the Contactor, while


the Rich Glycol ows out of the bottom of the Contactor and
to the Glycol Regeneration Package.
The TEG Regeneration process typically involves passing the
Rich Glycol through the still column to gain some heat (2)
before entering the Flash Drum (3).
The Glycol is then passed through Particle Filters to remove
particulates and Activated Carbon Filters to remove any
dissolved hydrocarbon and/or chemical compounds (4).
The Rich Glycol is heated in a cross exchanger to preheat
the feed (5) to the Still Column where the Glycol present in
the water vapour leaving the Reboiler is recovered (6).
Depending on the application, it may be necessary to increase
the Lean Glycol concentration by using stripping gas (7), or
running the Reboiler/Still Column under a slight vacuum. Lean
TEG (typically >99wt%) is then cooled and pumped back to
the top of the Contactor Tower (8) to repeat the process.

Reference Packages
Santos Australia: Fairview Development
Arrow Energy: Tipton West Field Development
Origin Energy: Spring Gully Phase II
Anzon Australia: Basker Manta Development
IOOC: Kharg Island Gas Project (Bahregansar)
IOOC: Kharg Island Gas Project (Aboozar)
CNOOC Indonesia: SES Gas Project

Related Literature:
Other related brochures in this series:
A.03 Dew Point Control Units
A.02 Molecular Sieve Dehydration
A.04 Silica Gel Dehydration
B.01 Amine Sweetening

A typical Glycol Dehydration Package:


a number of process components are added / modied / removed to suit the requirements of each individual application

Process Group Pty Ltd, 2006.

Process Group Intl


Project Reference List

Client
Payandan / NISOC

Project

BHP Billiton

Nargesi Associated Gas Gathering,


Compression & Injection Project
Zamzama Phase 2 Development

Anzon Australia Ltd.

Basker Manta Field Development

Iranian Offshore Oil Company

CNOOC

Kharg Island Gas Gathering & NGL


Recovery Project
Kharg Island Gas Gathering & NGL
Recovery Project
SES Gas Project

TXU

Iranian Offshore Oil Company

Description
Gas Dehydration Package ( USD 1.4 MM )
Amine CO2 Removal Package and Miscellaneous
Equipment Items
35 MMSCFD TEG Dehydration Package for
Crystal Ocean FPSO
Bahragansar 47 MMSCFD TEG Dehydration
Package
Aboozar 66 MMSCFD TEG Dehydration Package

Year of
Delivery
Under
Execution
2006
2006
2006
2006

Casan Project

152 MMSCFD TEG Dehydration Package


operating at 5,900 kPag, TEG circulation rate of
34 USGPM
MEG Regeneration Package

2005

Shell Todd

Pohokura Production Station

TEG Regeneration and BTEX Recovery Package

2005

Origin Energy

Spring Gully Development

TEG Dehydration Package

2004

BHP Billiton (McConnell Dowell)

Minerva Gas Plant

2004

NQGP Alliance

North Queensland Gas Pipeline

Hydrocarbon Dew Point Control Plant


MEG Regeneration Package
Condensate Stabilisation Package
Gas Metering Package
Fuel Gas Conditioning Package
TEG Dehydration Package

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2004

Process Group Intl


Project Reference List

Client

Project

Description

Year of
Delivery

Esso (Worley)

Longford Plant Upgrade

MEG Regeneration Package

2003

Origin Energy (Clough)

Bass Gas Development

TEG Regeneration Package

2003

Sydney Gas Company

TEG Dehydration Package

2003

Australian Gold Reagents

Camden Gas Plant Development


(Phase II)
Kwinana Refinery

Ammonia Stripper Package

2002

OMV (Transfield/GHD)

Patricia Baleen Field Development

TEG Dehydration Package

2002

Japan Vietnam Petroleum


Company (Worley)
Cairn Energy

Rang Dong Field Development Vietnam


Lakshmi Field Development - India

TEG Regeneration Package

2002

2 x TEG Regeneration Packages

2002

Swift Energy New Zealand Ltd

Rimu Field Development - New


Zealand
Ravva Satellite Development
Project - India
Gas Air Sedang Project Berigin,
Indonesia

MEG Regeneration Package

2001

MEG Injection and Regeneration Package

2001

Water/Hydrocarbon Dew Point Control Plant


MEG Regeneration Package
Propane Refrigeration Package
LPG Production Package
MEG Regeneration Package

2001

2001

TEG Dehydration Package

2001

Cairn Energy (Clough)


P.T. Titis Sampurna

Santos

Fenton Creek (Phase II)

Chevron Petroleum

Moran Petroleum Development


Project - New Guinea

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Project Reference List

Client

Project

Description

Year of
Delivery

Sydney Gas Company

Camden Gas Project (Phase I)

TEG Dehydration Package Refurbishment

2001

BOC Gases

Dandenong Cryocentre LNG


Prepurification
Bairnsdale Power Station Eastern
Gas Pipeline

Amine CO2 Removal Package


Molecular Sieve Dehydration Plant
Fuel Gas Conditioning Package

2001

Glycol Pumping Skid

2000

DEG Regeneration Package


DEG Injection Package
Amine Package

2000

BP

Anoa Gas Expansion Project


Natuna Sea, Indonesia
Queensland Clean Fuels Project

2000

Santos

Fenton Creek (Phase I)

MEG Regeneration Package

1999

Australian Gas Fields / Energy


Equity

Eromanga Gas Plant

1999

Worley / Texas Utilities Australia

Western Underground Gas Storage


Project
Ballera Gas Plant (Phase IV)

Amine CO2 Removal


Water/Hydrocarbon Dewpoint Control
MEG Injection and Regeneration
Custody Transfer Metering Station
2 x TEG Dehydration Packages
MEG Injection and Regeneration Package
(Duplicate order)
Amine CO2 Removal
Molecular Sieve Dehydration
De-methaniser Package
Silica Gel Hydrocarbon Dew Point Control Plant

1998

IHI
Oil Company of Australia
Premier Oil

Santos (Kvaerner Process)


Du Pont (Bechtel)

Gladstone Sodium Cyanide Plant


Upgrade

Boral Energy

Tubridgi Gas Facility

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1999

1997
1997

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CONSTRUCTION
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Bayswater 3153, Victoria, Australia

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