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AdvaMEG™

A Robust and Customized Technology for MEG Regeneration and Reclamation

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A surge increase in demand for natural gas is leading to an increase in development of deep offshore gas projects under stringent conditions, with the associated risks of hydrate formation, leading to blocked flow lines and potential plant shutdowns.
Injection of MonoEthylene Glycol (MEG) at the wellhead is an effective way to prevent hydrate formation and guarantee gas flow and continuous production.

As a result, the installation of a MEG regeneration and reclamation system is crucial for reduction cost, allowing operators to use less fresh glycol make-up and providing greater protection against hydrate formation and pipeline freeze-up.

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