BORSIG Fuel Gas Conditioning
The fuel gas quality is specified in terms of minimum methane content, methane number, dew point or calorific value or other closely related parameters. These parameters are determined by the content of higher hydrocarbons in the fuel gas. The raw gas is typically taken out directly of a high pressure line on site or compressed by a separate compressor and routed to the membrane unit. The heavier hydrocarbons (C3+) are preferentially separated and concentrated on the low pressure side of the membrane. The lean residue, rejected by the membrane, provides high quality fuel gas.
- High C3+ removal
- High equipment reliability and on-stream availability
- Compact, pre-assembled process units
- Easy integration into existing facilities
- Minimum supervision and maintenance
- Prolonged life time of gas turbines or engines and related components
- Particularly suitable for offshore applications and remote locations
BORSIG Membrane Technology GmbH
Membrane processes are standard processes used either as a substitution or in combination with other process steps in many areas of the chemical, petrochemical, oil and gas industries. BORSIG Membrane Technology GmbH offers modern, intelligent solutions for new and existing processes. Taking the highest safety and quality standards into consideration, our membranes, membrane modules and membrane systems ensure operational safety, maximum efficiency and optimum cost effectiveness.