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Fundamentals of natural gas processing.

Author: A J Kidnay; William Rutledge Parrish; Daniel G McCartney
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, ©2011.
Series: Mechanical engineering, 218
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed.View all editions and formats
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"Updated to cover new advances, this book introduces the natural gas industry to readers new to the field or those providing a narrow service who would benefit from an understanding of the overall process. The initial chapters give a brief overview of basic concepts applicable throughout the chemical processing industry. The second part addresses natural gas processing, following the gas stream from purchase at the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A J Kidnay; William Rutledge Parrish; Daniel G McCartney
ISBN: 9781420085198 1420085190
OCLC Number: 663444941
Description: xxi, 552 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Processing principles --
ch. 2. Pumps --
ch. 3. Heat transfer --
ch. 4. Separation processes --
ch. 5. Phase separation equipment --
ch. 6. Overview of the natural gas industry --
ch. 7. Overview of gas plant processing --
ch. 8. Field operations and inlet receiving --
ch. 9. Compression --
ch. 10. Gas treating --
ch. 11. Gas dehydration --
ch. 12. Hydrocarbon recovery --
ch. 13. Nitrogen rejection --
ch. 14. Trace component recovery or removal --
ch. 15. Liquids processing --
ch. 16. Acid gas processing and disposal --
ch. 17. Transportation and storage --
ch. 18. Liquefied natural gas --
ch. 19. Capital costs of gas processing facilities --
ch. 20. Natural gas processing plants.
Series Title: Mechanical engineering, 218
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"Updated to cover new advances, this book introduces the natural gas industry to readers new to the field or those providing a narrow service who would benefit from an understanding of the overall process. The initial chapters give a brief overview of basic concepts applicable throughout the chemical processing industry. The second part addresses natural gas processing, following the gas stream from purchase at the wellhead to its entrance at the market place. Wherever possible, advantages, limitations, and ranges of applicability of various processes are discussed so that their integration into the overall gas plant can be fully appreciated"--Provided by publisher.

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