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TEG Dehydration: Process Principles and Key Performance Parameters

Presented by Kindra Snow-McGregor

28 July 2020, 10:00 am CDT (GMT - 5:00)

Dehydration is the process of removing water from a gas so that no condensed water will be present in the system. Water is the most common contaminant in produced natural gas, and is a source for not only hydrates, but corrosion and erosion problems. TEG dehydration is the most commonly used natural gas dehydration process, often used in compressor stations to prevent hydrates from forming in gathering systems, and in-plant facilities to meet a pipeline water dew point specification.

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Webinar Objectives

 >>   State why water removal is important, and list some typical pipeline water specifications

 >>   Describe the components and process flow in a typical glycol dehydration unit

 >>   State the typical TEG circulation ratios for a glycol dehydration system

 >>   Determine the minimum lean TEG concentration required for a given water removal requirement

 >>   Identify the Key Performance Parameters in a TEG Unit.

 

What will attendees learn?

 >>   Why we need to dehydrate natural gas

 >>   How the components of the TEG dehydration process work, along with the normal process flow in a glycol dehydration unit

 >>   What typical operating conditions are in a TEG unit

 >>   What are the Key Performance Parameters in a TEG Unit

 

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is directed towards Supervisors, Operators, and Facilities Engineers working in facilities that have TEG Dehydration units associated with their operations. The seminar will also benefit anyone who wishes to update themselves on how TEG dehydration processes work, and what the critical operating parameters are to ensure proper performance.

 

About the Presenter

MRS. KINDRA SNOW-MCGREGOR is the Technical Director of Oil and Gas Processing with PetroSkills | John M Campbell. She has a master's and bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining from the Colorado School of Mines, and over 22 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. She has served as the technical lead on several significant projects in the industry for clients such as BP, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Occidental, QatarGas, and XTO. Mrs. Snow-McGregor has been active in the gas processing / midstream industry for many years and is on the Board of Directors for the GPSA. In addition, she serves on the GPSA Engineering Data Book Editorial Review Board. She has published 9 technical papers at international conferences and is a coinventor on two technology patents in the gas processing industry.

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