Gas Dehydration by Solid Beds method

Solid bed gas dehydration

 DEHYDRATION BY SOLID BEDS GENERAL This plant employs the same adsorbent materials used in the short cycle solid bed plant. The only difference between the two plants is the operating time. As a matter of fact, using the sova-bead as an adsorbent for a short time, we find that it adsorbs mainly hydrocarbons vapors (STRIPPING) on the contrary with …

Optimizing Wet Crude Treatment

wet crude treatment vessel

Emulsion Treatment Steps In general, the treatment of water emulsions in crude oil consists of 3 stages: emulsion breaking: includes breaking the film that surrounds the water droplet, by the aid of heat and demulsifier. water droplet coalescence: water droplets combine with each other after breaking the emulsion and being free forming big droplets, coalescence …

what does Erosion-Corrosion mean

erosion corrosion

Erosion-Corrosion Likelihood –  API RP14-E is not valid in presence of solid particles (sand) –  It is not valid in vertical flow (even if it is used as well) –  It is not valid for gas systems (where no definite velocity limits are identified). – Alternative models have been proposed (as SalamaModel)/ or typical critical …

Pump Course CD

centrifugal pump

Pump Course CD in this course you will find all about Pumps, it is a very informative course about pumps, because we think every petroleum and natural gas engineer should know a lot of information about pumps, we give you this course for FREE, and here are its features: Over 70 pumps are animated and explained! …

H2S in Oil Industry

H2S

    Introduction This article impacts on human health caused by exposure to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) associated with crude oil and natural gas development. It begins with a brief background on hydrogen sulfide, its presence in oil and natural gas, and possible emission sources from various oil and gas operations. epidemiology, and industrial health publications, as well as …

Sand Control

sand control

  Consequences of sand production: • Wellbore fill. • Equipment problems due to sand fill. • Sand erosion of downhole and surface equipment. • Sand accumulation on surface and Sand Disposal. • Production Loss. • Casing / Liner Collapse. Forces Aiding in Resisting Sand Production: • Intergranular frictional forces and bonding (cementing) help resist grain movement • Capillary …