August 02 2016 0comment
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Tackling the Issues with Pipeline Gas Contaminants for Canadian LNG Export Facilities

There is a great deal of buzz in the industry about developing LNG liquefaction and export capabilities on the Canadian West Coast. The natural gas supplying these planned facilities will be primarily sourced from the Montney and Horn River formations and will require pre-treatment before it can be liquefied into LNG. This paper, originally presented at the Canada LNG Export Conference & Exhibition in Vancouver in May 2016, takes a detailed look at the expected quality of the natural gas from these formations and provides suggestions on the best approaches to removing major contaminants, such as carbon dioxide, water, oxygen, mercaptans and hydrogen sulfide, among others.

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