Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Gas Processing Symposium, Volume 2

1st Edition

Qatar, January 10-14, 2010

Editors: Farid Benyahia Fadwa ElJack
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444535887
eBook ISBN: 9780444535894
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 29th June 2010
Page Count: 488
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Table of Contents

Preface International Technical Committee Environmental Sustainability Biogasification of Waste Monoethanolamine Generated in Post Combustion CO2 Capture Application of Post Combustion Capture to Natural Gas Liquefaction Plants Activated DEEA Process for CO2 Capture CO2 capture into aqueous solutions of the mixed solvent Cesar 1 Q-Chem Steam Boilers NOx Emissions Reduction The experience in using LDAR for monitoring fugitive emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds with special reference to RasGas’ experience Development of Al Dahkhirah Sewage Treatment Works to Reuse Treated Water for Construction Works, Qatar Bio-ethanol from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW): the Environmental Impact Assessment Monoethanolamine biodegradation processes Environmental Sustainability and the Role of LNG in a Carbon Constrained World Industrial Water Discharge and Biocide Fate Simulations with Nonlinear Conversion Sustainable Water Management: A Systems Integration Approach Overview of Conversion of Greenhouse Gas Carbon dioxide to Hydrocarbons Sulphur Sustainable Applications: Initial Field Monitoring and Performance of Shell Thiopave Trial Road in Qatar Utilization of Byproduct Sulfur for Chromium Waste Treatment Natural Gas Processing Technologies Removal of Acid gases from Natural Gas Streams by Membrane Technology Catalytic Dry Reforming of Methane Using Ni/MgO-ZrO2 Catalyst Smart Leak Detection and Repair at Q-Chem Gas processing and Integrated Environmental Management Dehydration of Acid Gas Prior to Injection Adsorption Thermodynamics of Natural Gas Storage onto Pitch-Based Activated Carbons Opportunities for Selective Control of Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis Hydrocarbons Product Distribution Infrared (IR) Thermography for Condition Monitoring at Q-Chem Industrial Operation of HySWEET®, a New Hybrid Solvent for Improved Mercaptan Removal FLEXSORB®SE A Proven Re


Description

Advances in Gas Processing: Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Gas Processing Symposium 11-1 4 January, 2010, Doha, Qatar, reviews the state of knowledge in gas processing. The contributions are organized around five main themes: (i) environmental sustainability; (ii) natural gas processing technologies; (iii) energy efficiency in operations; (iv) design and safety; and (v) operational excellence.
The papers on environmental sustainability cover topics such as the biogasification of waste monoethanolamine; the role of LNG in a carbon constrained world; and sustainable water management. The papers on natural gas processing technologies include the removal of acid gases from natural gas streams via membrane technology and selective control of Fischer-Tropsch synthesis hydrocarbons product distribution. The papers on energy efficiency in operations cover lifted turbulent jet flame in a cross-flow; novel hybrid biomass and coal processes; and the adoption of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). The papers on design and safety include studies on the optimal design and operation of a GTL process and efficient design, operating, and control strategies for LNG plants. The papers on operational excellence deal with topics such as chemicals in gas processing; the monitoring and optimization of hydrocarbon separation equipment; and the inhibition of gas hydrate formation.

Key Features

Provides a state-of-the-art review of gas processing technologies
Covers design, operating tools, and methodologies
* Includes case studies and practical applications

Readership

Process engineers and technology developers in the oil and gas industry; researchers in the areas of energy, chemical engineering, petroleum engineering, and mechanical engineering


Details

No. of pages:
488
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 2010
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9780444535894
Hardcover ISBN:
9780444535887

About the Editors

Farid Benyahia Editor

Fadwa ElJack Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Gas Processing Center, Dohar, Qatar