CO2/H2S Removal

AmineKinder Morgan Treating is an industry leader for treating natural gas to remove CO2 and H2S.

Amine treating: Amine removes CO2 and H2S (acid gas or sour gas) via physical and chemical reactions in the contactor tower (absorber). This pressure vessel is typically the tallest component of an amine plant, in order to provide adequate residence time and control vapor-liquid flooding condition within design guidelines of the tower internals (trays or packing). Liquid amine/water solution flows from the top down and natural gas flows from the bottom up. Natural gas leaving the top of the tower has reduced CO2 and H2S (sweet gas) and amine leaving the bottom of the tower contains CO2 and H2S (rich amine).

Scavenger systems: Used to remove H2S from natural gas may be solid or liquid, both of which can be effective. Upon review of the inlet gas analysis and operating conditions, Kinder Morgan Treating will recommend the equipment to meet your needs.

Kinder Morgan Treating operates equipment yards in Victoria, Odessa, and Tyler, Texas. For more information on Kinder Morgan Treating, please send us an inquiry form or contact us.

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