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Liquids Recovery / Nitrogen Rejection

AET Process Nitrogen Rejection Unit

Features  
   
Low Operating Costs When high flexibility for inlet gas flow and composition is desired, the initial and ongoing costs are lower.
   
Feed Pretreatment CO2 removal is not necessary, glycol injection for dehydration is adequate.  C4+ removal not required.
   
Wide Pressure Range 250 to 1,200 psig feeds without inlet gas compression.
   
Low Pressure Drop for Nitrogen 15 to 30 psi is typical.  Suitable for non-cryogenic helium production and N2 re-injection.
   
High Methane Recoveries One pass methane recovery typically exceeds to 98+%.
   
Wide Feedstock Flexibility For constant inlet gas flow, inlet composition can vary between 15 to 30 mol% N2 without impacting sales gas.
   
Inexpensive Metallurgy Lowest temperature, limited by C3 refrigeration, permits the use of carbon steel metallurgy predominantly.
   
Short Construction Schedule Excluding the compressor delivery, expected to be 4 to 8 months based on unit capacity.
   
NGL Liquids Recovery can be integrated, but not required.

 

ADVANCED EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

2 Northpoint Drive, Suite 620
Houston,TX 77060-3237 USA
Phone: 281.447.0571
Fax: 281.447.5601
 
Email: contact@aet.com