Natural GasNATURAL GAS

Natural Gas undergoes a range of industrial processes designed to purify raw natural gas in order for pipeline quality approval. Some of the critical processes involved that require adsorbent material for purification are water dehydration units, rejection units and other impurity removals.

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CO2 Removal

CO2 Removal

Carbon dioxide must be removed from stream to meet typical requirements of less than 50 ppm for NGL and LNG production.

Each operation is pretty unique, and our engineers will help you select the ideal product for your nitrogen removal needs. Whether a new build, or an existing application, we have the molecular sieves and activated carbons that you need to maximize your potential. Read More…

Dehydration

DehydrationOur high-grade adsorbents are specially designed to remove water and create a product that is suitable for cryogenic separation, liquefaction, and more. Removing water from natural gas streams to less than 0.1 ppm before cryogenic processing is vital to… Read More…

Gas Sweetening (H2S Removal)

H2S Removal Sweetening

Composition of H2S in Natural Gas feed streams can vary from different places but should always meet the requirement levels of 4 ppm or less. Read More…

Mercury Removal

Mercury Removal

Mercury in a natural gas stream can have undesirable consequences. Removing mercury protects the heat exchanging cold box from corrosion and allows the gas to meet environmental regulations while increasing overall product stream value. Read More…

Nitrogen Rejection Units

Nitrogen Rejection

Nitrogen Rejection Unit Pipeline standards require natural gas to contain less than 4% of nitrogen. Nitrogen rejection units require adsorbent to remove the necessary nitrogen in order for natural gas pipeline transport. Read More…

SULFUR REJECTION UNITS

Sulfur Rejection

Sulfur Rejection Units (SRUs) are vital for many refining and natural gas operations. Environmental and regional regulations can require sulfur to be recovered before tail gas is flared to reduce the amount of sulfur polluted into the atmosphere. The recovered sulfur can be used for an array of different purposes including fertilizer additives or in the production of sulfuric acid. Read More…