This module treated fuel gas required for a power generation module on a FPSO located off the coast of Mumbai, India. The fuel gas capacity of this 53 ton module was 11 MMSCFD.
This module was housed in an onshore gas plant in Oman. Key components included a gas scrubber, two coalescer filters, two electric heaters. Capacity was 3,600 kg/hr at a design pressure of 40 bar.
Jord has extensive experience in the design and supply of mercury removal systems. We offer both axial bed and radial flow catalyst bed designs. Gas pre-conditioning in undertaken by way of a filter coalescer. Solids are removed by a downstream dry gas filter. These two steps extend the design life of the catalyst. The axial bed design is simple and works well. However constraints arise for large gas flow rates, resulting in higher pressure drops, larger vessel diameters and increased capital cost. Radial bed designs are better in this instance. Gas distribution is superior with less susceptibility to fouling. Extra flow resultant from a lower pressure drop can produce big savings over the life of the plant. The accompanying image shows a radial bed unit supplied by Jord to a Thai offshore gas platform.
Located on an offshore platform in The Philippines, this mercury removal process module (MRU) removes elemental mercury from a hydrocrabon condensate flow of 80,000 kg/hr, prior to transport to an onshore storage facility. The skid consists of an inlet coalescer to remove a residual aqueous phase, a mercury guard bed and a condensate after filter to protect downstream equipment from errant catalyst.