Gas separation technology is key to the development of the world’s unconventional natural gas. Nitrogen is a common impurity in most gas sources and must be removed to meet commercial requirements. This process is important in the production of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

GCT 300 (Hydrogen Recovery)

Recover Hydrogen from refinery gas streams - Hydrogen content:≥99.99mol% Recovery rate of hydrogen:≥80% Field of Application:  Refinery gas such as FCC dry gas, coking dry gas and other gas mixtures containing hydrogen.
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GCT 512 (C2 & C3 Recovery)

Recover C2 & C3 from refinery gas streams – C2 & C3 content:≥90mol% Recovery rate of C2 & C3:≥90% Mercury content:≤10ppb Arsenic content:≤5ppb Total sulfur content:≤0.1ppm CO2 content:≤1ppm Field of
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GCT 512 (Carbon Dioxide Recovery)

Recover & Remove Carbon Dioxide from refinery gas streams - The carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO2- EOR) technique has been widely applied to enhance oil production from low permeability aging oil fields. But CO2 concentration of the associated gas from
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GCT 813 (Mercury Removal)

Mercury will damage Aluminium heat exchangers commonly used in LNG plants, cryogenic hydrocarbon recovery plants, and petrochemical plants due to the corrosive nature of Mercury.  So it is absolutely essential to remove mercury from natural gas to a level of
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