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The Sour Gas Treatment and Removal Technology
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  • Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
  • Volume 25, Issue 1,  2016, pp.171-176
  • Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
  • DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.25.1.171
 Title & Authors
The Sour Gas Treatment and Removal Technology
Kim, Y.C.; Cho, J.D.; Oh, C.S.;
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 Abstract
Sour gas is natural gas or any other gas containing significant amounts of hydrogen sulfide (). Natural gas is usually considered sour gas if there are more than 5.7 milligrams of per cubic meter of natural gas, which is equivalent to approximately 4 ppm by volume under standard temperature and pressure We have surveyed on the treatment and removal technology of sour gas, sour gas include a lot of hydrogen sulfide(), Carbon dioxide(), utane() and mercaptan() etc. We need high technology for development for these kinds of raw gases and we should specially take care of treating and removal of theses raw gases. Therefor we are going to describe about these kinds of raw gases and about methods how to treat these kinds of gases.
 Keywords
sour gas;hydrogen sulfide;carbon dioxide;acid gas;mercaptan;
 Language
Korean
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