Fuel gas conditioning systems typically consist of a scrubber vessel or knock-out drum, filter-separator, heaters, pressure reduction, emergency/operational valves, and (flow) metering. The systems are often placed downstream of the production header or glycol contactor/separator. Fuel gas conditioning systems protect gas-fueled engines and turbines from over-pressure, liquids, solids and aerosols. Fuel gas first enters a scrubber or knock-out drum to remove liquids entrained in the gas, which can cause condensates to form due to the adiabatic cooling effect of the pressure reduction. In some cases, pre-heating is required before the gas pressure is reduced to the level required by the end-user. After the pressure has been reduced by means of pressure control valves, the gas is channeled to the filter-separator to further remove any liquid as well as solid particles.
The package design typically consists of a scrubber vessel or knockout drum, filter-coalescer units, heaters, pressure reduction valves, emergency and operational valves, and (flow) metering, and is often placed downstream of production header, glycol contactor or separator for conditioning. Depending on the feed gas inlet conditions, fuel gas systems may be equipped with heaters or coolers. Frames Fuel Gas Conditioning Systems use pressure control valves to reduce the pressure of the production gas to the level required by the user. The resulting adiabatic cooling effect can cause condensates to form. Liquids entrained in the gas and condensates will be scrubbed to avoid any liquid carry-over into downstream equipment. The gas is channeled to the filter-coalescer units to further remove any liquid carry-over as well as solid particles. In some cases, pre-heating is required before the gas is let down. During the final steps of the process, the gas can be superheated to ensure temperatures above the dew point far downstream, ready for delivery to the consumer.
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Fuel-Gas Conditioning System Using JT
The Fuel-Gas Conditioning System is a unique, skid-mounted hybrid unit designed to remove water and high BTU’s for compressor fuel and instrumentation gas, but is not limited to small well streams. We have these systems in a number of applications from polishing gas, to processing rig fuel, or more commonly utilized at compressor gathering points.
The Fuel-Gas Conditioning System is a combination of multiple systems combined into one package to condition fuel, supply, and instrument gas on location. The Fuel-Gas Conditioning System incorporates the Ambient Cooling System to initially cool the gas. The Joule Thomson System then removes hydrates and hydrocarbon liquids, lowering the BTU and reducing the water dew point. Lastly, the Passive Dehydration System further reduces the dew point well below the pipeline specifications using spa ex series desiccant.
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