Energy 2030

Organizing Committee

Final Program

Poster Exhibition Venue 2006 Proceedings


Proceedings of the Second International Energy 2030 Conference,
November 4-5, 2008, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

Improved Performance of Gas-Sweetening Processes

Bruce R. Palmer

The Petroleum Institute, UAE

Naif A. Darwish

The Petroleum Institute, UAE

Saleh Al Hashimi

The Petroleum Institute, UAE

Tareq Al Ameri

The Petroleum Institute, UAE

Naveen Al Qasas

The Petroleum Institute, UAE

GASCO/ADGAS gas-processing production volumes have steadily risen with increased product pricing. Many plants that operated at low capacity upon commissioning now operate at full capacity. High production volumes have placed stringent new requirements on gas-processing operations to consistently meet required financial performance.

Amine sweetening and accompanying sulfur plants are key components of natural-gas-processing facilities that frequently limit capacity at high production volumes. GASCO/ADGAS routinely applies process modeling to consistently achieve record gas-plant production volumes required by production


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