Natural Gas dehydration is the removal of water from the gas stream in order to meet pipeline specifications. In addition to separating oil and some condensate from the wet gas stream, it is necessary to remove most of the associated water. Most of the liquid, free water associated with extracted natural gas, is collected by oil and gas separators at or near the wellhead. However, additional water vapor removal is often needed with a DEHYDRATION UNIT in order to get the gas quality to meet the pipeline standards. The specifications often demand for less than 7Lbs./MMSCF water content.
HAWK ENERGY offers integrated membrane-based systems for low cost & compact solution in order to reduce the CO2 content in the natural gas. The membrane systems provide a safe and efficient option for water vapor and carbon dioxide removal from natural gas, especially in remote locations. These membranes have very high separation efficiency and requires minimal pre-treatment. The membrane system is tailored to fit your application with a hydrocarbon recovery of >95%. The membranes are used for achieving pipeline CO2 specifications of 4 mol% or less or for bulk CO2 removal.
HAWK ENERGY offers integrated gas dehydration units either by absorption (TEG Unit) or through adsorption (Molecular Sieve).
Glycol dehydration is a liquid desiccant system for the removal of water from natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL). It is the most common and economical means of water removal from these streams. Glycols typically seen in industry include tri ethylene glycol (TEG), diethylene glycol (DEG), ethylene glycol (MEG), and tetra ethylene glycol (TREG). TEG is the most commonly used glycol in industry. TEG units also remove benzene, toluene, as well as other volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Design can be sized for any flow or inlet process conditions.
Modular, Robust and Scalable Solutions.
Complete integration of the system on single skid
Low operating costs
Mol sieve dehydration units provide an effective means to remove water vapor from a natural gas stream. The mol sieve design usually consists of a silicate compound containing very small pores of precise uniform size. The space between the silicate molecules act as a “trap” for the water vapor as it passes through the silicate.
Basic design consists of two or more identical mol sieve units. In a simple two-unit design, one unit operates in dehydration mode while the other in regeneration mode. Switching from dehydration to regeneration is done by use of automatic switching valves. As the dehydrated unit becomes saturated with water vapor, it is automatically switched to regeneration mode while the regeneration unit becomes active in dehydration mode. Our mol sieve dehydration units are designed skid-mounted for simple installation and mobility purposes.
Removes water vapor from natural gas streams < 0.1 ppmv
Fully automated switching valves for mode control
Bed design optimized for maximum efficiency
Standard and custom packaged units available
Modular design for simple installation and mobility purposes