Sphere Technology Connection Ltd.
Acid gas Injection By John Carroll at Gas Liquids Engineering.
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Acid gas injection (AGI) was developed in Western Canada and it has become the method of choice to monetize small reserves of sour natural gas. AGI is an environmentally friend way to deal with hydrogen sulfide producing almost no sulfurous emissions. It also plays an important role in reducing carbon dioxide emissions from gas processing plants. AGI is also an option for larger producer who do not want to produce elemental sulfur. Many of the principles in AGI can be directly transferred to the emerging technology of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
The course is a
treatment of the important subject acid gas injection. This course
provides the following information: (1) A discussion of the relevant
physical properties of hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, and acid
gas mixtures, (2) A detailed review of the water content of acid gas
mixtures and its relevance to the injection process. (3) Selection
of an injection zone. (4) Considerations for the design of an acid
gas compressor. (5) Health and safety concerns. Case studies from
actual injection schemes showing the application of the design
principles are presented, many worked on by the instructor.
Time spent in the course is eligible for Profession Development Hours and a certificate will be issued after the course is finished, signed by the instructor and the organizer.