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Recovery of NGL has become more and more economically attractive, and there are numerous process configurations and methods to increase NGL recovery from a feed gas. We review existing NGL recovery & fractionation facilities to identify improvement opportunities and then develop new process with significant enhancement in performance. There are potential enhancements to the overall facility availability and project economics using the integrated concept. Results of this research can be widely accepted to LNG plant and FPSO.
THE NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY
NATURAL GAS TREATMENT PROCESS CONCEPT
NGL RECOVERY PROCESS CONCEPT