Natural gas production requires the removal of contaminants to deliver high-quality gas to the pipeline transportation system, to LNG liquefaction plants, or to local power or other end-use systems. This midstream cleanup adds significant value to the raw gas. Similarly, a critical step in the gasification process is the cleanup of the raw syngas produced, separating components of value or reducing certain components to acceptable levels.
At GTI, new upgrading technologies are being developed to bring pipeline-quality gas to market more economically. Major areas of expertise include acid gas removal, sulfur recovery, H2S scavenging, natural gas liquids separation, and natural gas dehydration.
We have helped design innovative gas cleanup systems and developed proprietary technologies for syngas cleanup and separations. Our staff includes experts in solvent, catalyst, membrane and sorbent solutions, and we perform both laboratory and field experiments to support process development.
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