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Efficiently design and operate vertical gas/liquid separators
-P. Diwakar, J. Valappil, February 01, 2016

Gas/liquid separators, or knockout drums, are used to eliminate liquid droplets from incoming multiphase flows and prevent liquid carryover to downstream compressors and rotating equipment.

Gas processing news
-Adrienne Blume, February 01, 2016

Kiewit Energy Co. and Air Products have agreed to collaborate on small-scale LNG projects in North America to meet growing demand for LNG production.

Meet Subpart W emissions compliance with automated data integration
-Hong Qin, February 01, 2016

On October 30, 2009, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published the Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Rule (referred to as 40 CFR Part 98), which requires reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and other relevant information from large sources and suppliers in the US.

Minimize evaporation losses by calculating boiloff gas in LPG storage tanks
-S. Shiva Shamekhi, N. Ashouri, February 01, 2016

Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is stored and transported in tanks as a cryogenic liquid, at a temperature below its boiling point near atmospheric pressure.

New in gas processing technology
-Adrienne Blume, February 01, 2016

Classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) has granted approval in principle (AIP) to a 4,000-m3 bunkering ship concept developed by French LNG containment manufacturer GTT.

North America’s top gas processors consolidate in 2015
-Jeannie Stell, February 01, 2016

By year-end 2015, activities by independent US gas processing companies proved to be nearly as volatile as oil and gas prices.

US Industry Metrics
-Adrienne Blume, February 01, 2016

In the US, Henry Hub natural gas spot prices continued their extended decline through the turn of 2016, but were seen picking back up slightly in early January as residential and commercial gas consumption increased with the onset of lower temperatures in some regions.

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FEATURED COLUMNS

Boxscore Construction Analysis
-Eugene Gerden
Turkmenistan, located in Central Asia on the Caspian Sea, plans to significantly increase its presence in the global gas market.
Editorial comment
-Adrienne Blume
In the US, LNG export terminal operators are gearing up to send liquefied natural gas to world markets.
Executive Q&A viewpoint
-Kathleen Eisbrenner
During the past decade, strong economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region—particularly China, Japan and India—has stimulated increased energy demand.


Live Webcast: Automated Moisture Analysis of Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Other Petrochemicals Register Now
Measuring the true water content in liquefied gas is a challenge facing refineries, fracking operations, and natural gas processors. Techniques commonly used today include freeze valve testing and humidity sensors which only provide an overview of the sample’s wetness. Depending on the type of gas, water may have a stronger affinity for either the liquid or the gaseous phase. Since these common methods are limited to measuring only the gaseous phase, it is impossible to get a true, quantitative moisture measurement.
Karl Fisher technology can be used to measure absolute water content in liquefied gas. A KF Gas Analyzer uses mass-flow technology to quantitatively sample liquid or gas phases in compressed LPGs and perform low-level Karl Fischer titration analysis. Accurate and repeatable moisture detection as low as 5ppm in samples like propane, butane, ethylene, and butene ensures a product that is safe for transport or optimal for use in high-quality chemical and polymer production. October 6, 2015 11 am EDT, 10 am CDT Register Now

 

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