Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing, Third by Saeid Mokhatab, William A. Poe, John Y. Mak

By Saeid Mokhatab, William A. Poe, John Y. Mak

Written through an internationally-recognized writer crew of ordinary fuel specialists, the 3rd version of  Handbook of traditional fuel Transmission and Processing is a different, well-documented, and finished paintings at the significant features of ordinary fuel transmission and processing. new chapters were extra to the hot version: a bankruptcy on nitrogen rejection to deal with state-of-the-art excessive nitrogen gases and a bankruptcy on fuel processing plant operations to help plant operators with optimizing their plant operations. furthermore, total updates to Handbook of usual fuel Transmission and Processing supply a clean examine new applied sciences and possibilities for fixing present fuel processing difficulties on plant layout and operation and on greenhouse gases emissions. It additionally does a very good activity of highlighting the most important issues that has to be taken into consideration for any normal gasoline undertaking in improvement.

  • Covers all technical and operational points of typical gasoline transmission and processing in detail.
  • Provides pivotal updates at the most modern applied sciences, functions and solutions.
  • Offers useful suggestion on layout and operation in accordance with engineering rules and working experiences.

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Gas is currently transported to markets primarily via two long-established methods (pipeline and LNG technology). Alternative technologies, which have been refined and developed in recent years, are yet to make serious inroads into the challenges of developing remote gas fields. Figure 1-11 shows that as the distance over which natural gas must be transported increases, usage of LNG has economic advantages over usage of pipelines. As can be seen, for short distances, pipelinesdwhere feasibledare usually more economical.

11 Sales gas transmission After the raw gas has been treated and conditioned to meet pipeline specifications, the treated (sales) gas is transported via a pipeline network to the industrial and residential consumers. A number of compressor stations (containing one or more compressor units) are located along the pipeline system to maintain the pipeline pressure and overcome the pressure drop in the pipeline. Sales gas transmission will be discussed in detail in Chapter 12. 12 Underground gas storage Strategically, underground gas storage provides security of supply in case there are disruptions to production and transmission.

However, HVDC is capital intensive and requires costly converter stations at either end of the transmission line. Additional costs for installing and then operating and maintaining gas turbines at the remote site would be incurred. Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing 30 While HVDC cables are now being used more widely to transport electricity tens of kilometers, no projects to develop remote gas fields in this way have yet been sanctioned. Distance, cost, and efficiency of remote generation make other options currently more attractive.

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