Our Early Production Facility solutions comprise Gas Processing, Wet Crude Treatment, and Sweet to Very Sour Degassing Stations. Facilities development should be plug-and-play and quick to install and start production.
Oil Treatment EPF facilities usually include:
Prefabricated, modular trains with all process equipment like manifolds, exchangers, separators, Fired Heaters, Crude Sweetening Stabilizer, compressors, Gas treatment, Storage Tanks, Truck Loading Stations, Power Generation, Nitrogen Systems, Chemical injection, Flares, Instrument Air System, Fire Water System, Launcher and Receivers, MCC, Electrical distribution system, Flowlines, and Trunklines.
Natural gas from the well contains hydrocarbons (methane, ethane, propane, butane, and heavier hydrocarbons), CO2, H2S, water, and many other contaminants that can cause pipe corrosion and hydrate formation during processing. Natural Gas must be treated to remove water vapor before use. Before entering the gas processing facility, natural gas has pollutants and water. Field Separation, Gas Sweetening, and Gas Dehydration will remove contaminants and water to avoid plant corrosion and hydrate development. Segment Co. provides end-users with an integrated solution from Gas Wells to Power Plants, not restricted to ISBL.
Our technical partners' systems, including Liquid-Desiccant gas sweetening by "Chemical Absorption" using alkanolamine products (MEA, DGA, DEA, DIPA, and MDEA) and Solid-Desiccant Molecular Sieve or Solid Bed Scavenger technology by "Physical Adsorption," use 4A, 5A, or 13 X. We can be custom-made for clients.
Gas Sweetening Means Removing Acid Gas (H2S along with CO2) From Natural sour Gas Stream.
Gas-sweetening systems and solutions. We choose the finest options as technology and independent suppliers. Our broad spectrum and experience allow us to offer the best solution or combination for any unique need.
Water is the main pollutant in natural gas. Natural Gas will achieve near-water saturation during production; thus water should be eliminated. Dehydration removes all water from natural gas. Dehydration removes water from the natural treated gas stream. Dehydration prevents acid gas corrosion, hydrate development, and pipeline stream freezing. Water is removed to fulfill sales gas contract water dew point requirements of 32.8 to 117 kg/MMscm.
Many gas treatment products. Our gas treatment kits remove entrained and dissolved water and CO2.
Provide a Low-Temperature Separation based on component dew point depression.
Refrigerant from a Joule–Thomson valve or Silica Gel can absorb heavy hydrocarbons from high-pressure gas. Multiple beds cycle in 20-minute adsorption-desorption cycles. This strategy was popular in the 60s and early 70s but eventually abandoned.
New adsorption materials make this approach cheap for some project applications. Dew Point Control package, or a combination of these technologies. Each technology has both benefits and disadvantages.