Glycol Dehydration, Gas Sweetening, H2S
What is Glycol Dehydration?
Glycol dehydration is used in the production and processing of natural gas by using a liquid desiccant that removes water from natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL).
Various types of glycols are used in this process including;
triethylene glycol (TEG)
diethylene glycol (DEG)
ethylene glycol (MEG)
tetraethylene glycol (TREG).
TEG is the most commonly used glycol in the natural gas industry.
What is Gas
Gas dehydration or "gas dehy" is the process of dehydrating natural gas, or removing the water and moisture in the natural gas processing industry.
The gas dehydration process includes the use of either a liquid desiccant (or a dry desiccant in desiccant dehydration) that removes water from natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) in the natural gas treating process. This also upgrades the natural gas "pipeline quality gas" which can then be sold to a natural gas pipeline company.
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