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  • Condensate storage tanks Level, point level VEGA

    This condensate accumulates from the steam system that is used to heat the various hydrocarbon processes. The condensate tanks routinely have extremely high process temperatures, so a level measurement and point level detection are necessary that can withstand this environment.

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  • Plant Engineering Best Practices for Condensate System

    This describes all process equipment with a modulating inlet steam valve and a very low steam pressure application where the condensate return line must be at or close to atmospheric conditions. Therefore, the condensate drains by gravity to a vented (atmospheric) condensate collection tank.

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  • Condensate Stabilization an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    The condensate stabilization process can be configured to produce LPG from the stabilizer column. To meet the ethane content in the LPG product, a feed liquid stripper is required upstream of the stabilizer. This stripper is designed to remove all the acid gases and lighter components such that the LPG product from the downstream stabilizer would meet the H 2 S and vapor pressure specifications.

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  • Growing Condensates Require Optimized Design For Gathering

    Jun 04, 2020· This article looks at a plant scenario that is designed to process 130 million cubic feet a day, tracing the liquid handling process from the plant inlet slug catcher to the condensate storage tanks. In this case, the plant was constructed already, and was operating at less than the rated capacity.

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  • Natural gas condensate PFD Process flow diagram

    The natural gas condensate is also referred to as simply condensate, or gas condensate, or sometimes natural gasoline because it contains hydrocarbons within the gasoline boiling range. Raw natural gas may come from any one of three types of gas wells: (1) Crude oil wells Raw natural gas that comes from crude oil wells is called associated gas.

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  • Condensate Recovery in a Plant and its Improvement

    plant. These values were used to find out the Condensate Recovery Factor (CRF) which can be defined as the ratio of the amount of condensate recovered to the amount of steam generated. This paper concentrates on the condensate recovery factor calculation of a Distilled Fatty Acid (DFA) Plant and its improvement by suggesting various methods.

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  • Deaereating feed tank Wikipedia

    A deaerating feed tank (DFT), often found in steam plants that propel ships, is located after the main condensate pump and before the main feed booster pump. It has these three purposes: Remove dissolved oxygen (“air”) from the condensate; Pre-heat the feedwater; Provide a storage/surge volume; Based on the relevant theoretical Rankine cycle diagram, there are four main processes, or steps:

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  • Stop Knocking Your Condensate Return AIChE

    The condensate is nonflashing between the steam-using equipment and the trap because the two pieces of equipment are at the same pressure. After the condensate leaves the trap, it discharges to a lower-pressure region and flashes. The flashing condensate is collected in a tank that is typically at atmospheric pressure.

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  • Plant Engineering BEST PRACTICES: Steam and condensate leaks

    Dec 15, 2010· Leaks in the steam and condensate system can contribute to significant energy losses as great as 19% of the overall energy consumption in a plant’s operations. In fact, due to the high cost of these energy losses, the correction of steam and condensate leaks offers very lucrative paybacks.

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  • The Steam and Condensate Loop Spirax Sarco

    Condensate does not transmit heat effectively. A film of condensate inside plant will reduce the efficiency with which heat is transferred. When air dissolves into condensate, it becomes corrosive. Process tank heating A steam filled coil in a tank of liquid used

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  • Condensate Tanks Pressure Vessels & Process Tanks

    These tanks also rely on valves to regulate flow and switches to trigger indicate when the tank has reached capacity. When a condensate tank is designed to remove oxygen from the condensate, the process is usually referred to as deaerating. Removing the air prevents the water from corroding the system as it is stored and reused. Deaerating

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  • Plant Engineering Best Practices for Condensate System

    This describes all process equipment with a modulating inlet steam valve and a very low steam pressure application where the condensate return line must be at or close to atmospheric conditions. Therefore, the condensate drains by gravity to a vented (atmospheric) condensate collection tank.

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  • DE19853206C1 Process for heating condensate in a feed

    To heat the condensate in a feed water tank of a steam power plant, extraction steam from a turbine is introduced into the condensate in the feed water tank. DOLLAR A To enable steam-side control of the heating output of the feed water tank while at the same time guaranteeing cavitation-free operation of downstream feed pumps, part of it is branched off into the steam space (32) above the

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  • Natural gas condensate PFD Process flow diagram

    The natural gas condensate is also referred to as simply condensate, or gas condensate, or sometimes natural gasoline because it contains hydrocarbons within the gasoline boiling range. Raw natural gas may come from any one of three types of gas wells: (1) Crude oil wells Raw natural gas that comes from crude oil wells is called associated gas.

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  • Deaereating feed tank Wikipedia

    A deaerating feed tank (DFT), often found in steam plants that propel ships, is located after the main condensate pump and before the main feed booster pump. It has these three purposes: Remove dissolved oxygen (“air”) from the condensate; Pre-heat the feedwater; Provide a storage/surge volume; Based on the relevant theoretical Rankine cycle diagram, there are four main processes, or steps:

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  • What Exactly is Condensate and Why is its Export Prohibited?

    Jan 06, 2015· Plant and Field Condensate. When produced at the wellhead and run through a stabilizer it is known as “field” or “lease” condensate. In dry gas or condensate wells, condensate remains suspended in the gas stream until separated at gas processing facility, thus earning the name “plant” condensate or “natural gasoline”.

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  • Plant Engineering BEST PRACTICES: Steam and condensate leaks

    Dec 15, 2010· Leaks in the steam and condensate system can contribute to significant energy losses as great as 19% of the overall energy consumption in a plant’s operations. In fact, due to the high cost of these energy losses, the correction of steam and condensate leaks offers very lucrative paybacks.

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  • Oil and Gas 101 Training JRS and MP 4 27 15

    • Extracted at gas processing plants • “Wet gas” • Condensate (~C5+) • Condenses out of gas stream at surface • Crude Oil (mixture of heavier hydrocarbons) • Condensate Tanks • Crude Oil Tanks • Dehydrators. • Process characteristics needed to estimate emissions • Number of devices per well

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  • Conversion of Condensate Liquid to Gas Equivalent in Texas

    The conversion process to remove the overstated productions is fairly simple: (Total Gas Production (Condensate Production x 1.1) Data Support Please contact [email protected] for questions about this paper, or for any questions about specific production data.

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  • Flash Tanks High-Pressure Condensate to Flash & Reduce

    The function of a flash tank is to allow high-pressure condensate to flash and a reduced pressure steam. This reduced pressure steam is then used to supply heat to a “low” pressure supply main. It can also be used to reduce and cool to low-pressure steam before re-introducing it to the boiler or condensate receiver, or discharge directly

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  • Condensate an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    James G. Speight Ph.D., D.Sc., in Natural Gas (Second Edition), 2019. 9.2.3 Plant condensate. Plant condensate is a product of plants that process NGLs and is almost equivalent to natural gasoline. Plant condensate is an alternate term that may be applied to natural gasoline, which is composed of hydrocarbon components that are similar to the hydrocarbon constituents in lease condensate, i.e

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  • Condensate Recovery: Vented vs. Pressurized Systems TLV

    In a vented system, because condensate is vented to atmospheric pressure, the maximum recovery temperature of condensate is some value less than 100°C [212°F] due to flashing at that temperature, and subsequent heat loss during from return piping and equipment. In a pressurized system, condensate can be recovered at much higher temperatures.

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  • EP1002936A2 Process for preheating condensate in a feed

    To heat the condensate in a feed water tank of a steam power plant, extraction steam from a turbine is introduced into the condensate in the feed water tank. In order to enable control of the heating power of the feed water tank on the steam side while at the same time ensuring cavitation-free operation of downstream feed pumps, a part of it is branched off into the steam space (32) above the

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