Charts and Correlation for Estimating Methanol Removal in TEG Gas Dehydration Process

Written on November 11, 2016 at 10:25 am, by

The TEG (triethylene glycol) gas dehydration process removes a considerable amount of methanol from a wet gas stream. if the methanol content of the wet gas is high, the dry gas may still retain high methanol content and can cause operational troubles in the downstream processes.   Continuing the October 2010 tip of the monthContinue Reading