MEG Recovery

Natural gas production leads more and more to the development of deep offshore gas projects under stringent conditions, with the associated risks of hydrate formation, leading to blocked flowlines and potential plant shutdowns.

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Injection of MonoEthylene Glycol (MEG) at the wellhead is an effective way to prevent hydrate formation and guarantees gas flow and continuous production.

MEG is recovered in a mixture with hydrocarbons water and salts produced from the field. As a result, the installation of a MEG regeneration and reclamation system is crucial to reduce MEG consumption and associated costs, allowing operators to reduce drastically glycol make-up and providing greater protection against hydrate formation and pipeline freeze-up. MEG regeneration and reclamation also reduces the risk of corrosion of subsea and onshore flowlines, as well as fouling and scaling.

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Milan, Italy - CEST
4 days

Gastech 2022

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in Milan, an international centre of business with a thriving gas industry, the four-day exhibition and conference will gather Ministers, CEOs, policy makers, business leaders, engineers, innovators, and disruptors. They will convey their unique perspectives on the current state of the energy industry and ambitions for how it will evolve over the coming decades.

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