Category Natural gas processing

Glycol dehydration modelling and optimization: TEG models and the impact of stripping gas

The upstream oil and gas industry uses glycol dehydrators to remove water from natural gas. The dehydration process...


Category Water efficiency

The water-energy nexus in the oil & gas industry

It has now long been recognized that the demand for energy and water are tightly interconnected and that interventio...


Category Air emissions management

Air emissions and energy in natural gas dehydration: A review of Western Canada’s trends and opportunities

Since the introduction of AER Directive 039 in 2007 to control benzene emissions from glycol dehydration facilities,...


Category Air emissions management

Air emissions compliance and optimization opportunities at Encana

Government agencies throughout the world are revising their emission reporting requirements with more stringent cont...


Category Training and support

Industrial energy efficiency and carbon capture (CCS): the thermodynamic cost of going "green"

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is an approach that is currently being extensively researched as a  means to m...


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