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Technical and Economic Evaluation for Small-Sc...

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Technical and Economic Evaluation for Small-Scale Hydrogen Sulfide Removal from Natural Gas

This comprehensive report presents the technical and economic evaluation of existing and emerging technologies for small-scale removal of hydrogen sulfide from natural gas. A review of an additional evaluation of the onshore/offshore sulfur recovery technologies is presented in the brief appendix.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Topical Report
Report Period
09/89 - 08/95
Corporate Source
M.W. Kellogg Co., Houston, TX
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Chicago, IL
Pagination
589p
Product Media
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Summary:
This comprehensive report presents the technical and economic evaluation of existing and emerging technologies for small-scale removal of hydrogen sulfide from natural gas. Technologies evaluated include Amine/Claus, Amine/Selectox, the iron-based liquid redox processes (ARI LO-CAT(R), Amine/ARI LO-CAT(R), ARI LO-CAT II(R), Amine/ARI LO-CAT II(R), SulFerox(SM), and others), and some developmental processes that, respectively, are based on high temperature H2S dissociation with membrane separation, electrochemical membrane separation process, and innovative solvents possessing the dual capability of removing H2S and performing the Claus reaction. Technical conclusions from the study are that for small-scale H2S removal, iron-based liquid redox processes are superior to the Amine/Claus process in most technical areas and have the additional advantage of providing higher sulfur recoveries and incurring lower capital cost. A review of an additional evaluation of the onshore/offshore sulfur recovery technologies is presented in the brief appendix.
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