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2017 Papers Archive

67th Annual Laurance Reid
Gas Conditioning Conference
Papers Archive



Low Tonnage Sulfur Removal and Recovery
Bill Echt - Merichem Company; Dennis Leppin; Darryl Mamrosh - Trimeric Corporation; David Mirdadian - Kinder Morgan; David Seeger - AECOM; Bud Warren - Coastal Chemical Company


Minimize Amine Losses in Gas and Liquid Treating
Eric Telezke and Bhavana Madhyani - INEOS GAS/SPEC Technology Group

How Much Amino Acid in Your Amine is Low Enough?
Al Keller - Phillips 66 Company

cMist™: Novel, Compact Dehydration System for Reducing Size and Weight
Shwetha Ramkumar, Edward J. Grave and Norman K. Yeh - ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company

Review of Common Design Flaws in EG Refrigeration Plants and Their Operational Impact
Bill Chu, P. Tech Eng., Mike Sheilan, P.Eng, Eoin Keane, EIT, and Ian Dowbush, EIT - Sulphur Experts - Dehydration Experts

Reducing Sulphur Dioxide Emissions Downstream of Amine Units with Dry Sorbent Injection
Jon Norman, P.E. - UCC Dry Sorbent Injection, LLC and Jon Byers - Spartan Energy Partners, LLC

Design Considerations for Mercury Guard Beds
Reece McHenry and Dan McCartney - Black & Veatch

Coso Case Study: 22 Years of Reliable Sulphur Removal
Mark Kolar, Steven Osgood, and Ben Roberts - Merichem Company

Amine Skid Essentials and Balancing “Needs vs. Wants”
Ada S. Aponte, P.Eng - Quadra Chemicals, Matt Zubot, P.Eng, , Richard Mudryk - Todd Energy Canada Ltd., and Troy Wilkie, Blackswan Energy

Application of a Hydraulic Turbogenerator to Recover Energy in an Amine Gas Processing Plant in the Middle East
Jeremy Martin, Max Shirazi, and Abhinav Choudhary - Energy Recovery, Inc.

When 10% Doesn’t Cut It - A Different Approach to Determine Your Design Margins
Sjoerd Hoogwater and Shaun Anderson, P.E. - AECOM

The New World of H2S Scavenging Applications
Marc Schulz - Ultrafab, A Nalco Champion Company

TEG Dehydration Systems for Very Low Dewpoints
Sjoerd Hoogwater - AECOM

Amine Operating and Troubleshooting Tips from an “Old Geezer”
Donald G. Norton - Coastal Chemical Company

High Efficiency Contaminant Removal Improves New and Existing Sweetening Process
Ali Arshad, Ph.D. and Robert James - Pall Corporation

Operational Considerations of Side Reaction in Gas Sweetening Systems
Joel Cantrell and Gavin McIntyre - Bryan Research & Engineering, Inc., Eric Stewart and Christina Daniels - INEOS GAS/SPEC Technology Group

Troubleshooting Corrosion in an Amine Regenerator
Nathan A. Hatcher and Ralph H. Weiland - Optimized Gas Treating, Inc.

Effect of Solvent Contaminants on Amine Selectivity
Clayton E. Jones and Matthew Walters - Optimized Gas Treating, Inc.

Technology Screening for Liquids Treating
Darryl Mamrosh, Rosalind Jones, and Kevin Fisher - Trimeric Corporation, Charles Wallace - Consultant


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