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H2S Removal Demonstration Plant for Austrailia

June 11, 2014 leem0

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H2S Removal Technology Demonstration Plant for Use in Australia

H2S Removal Technology Demonstration Plant for Use in Australia

H2S Removal Technology Demonstration Plant for Use in Australia

H2S Removal Technology Demonstration Plant for Use in Australia

H2S Removal Technology Demonstration Plant for Use in Australia

Project Overview

IFS was contracted by Australian company QER to design and build an H2S Removal Technology Demonstration Plant at its existing site north of Gladstone, Australia, which produces raw oil from oil shale. The produced gas streams contain H2S, a toxic and deadly gas found in many oil & gas reservoirs worldwide. The IFS process used non-aqueous sulfur recovery technology for direct treatment of gas streams containing H2S. The H2S removed from the gas streams was converted to elemental sulfur, which has many industrial uses.

Project Specs

  • Inlet gas stream flowrate 30 Nm3/h
  • Inlet gas stream pressure 308 kPaa
  • Inlet gas stream H2S content 50 ppmv

Project Contracted By

QER Pty Ltd

For Use In

North of Gladstone, Central Queensland, Australia

The Challenge

Many oil & gas reservoirs contain by-products produced with the oil & gas streams. Some of these by-products, like H2S, are toxic and lethal. In order for the oil & gas to be used safely, these toxic by-products must be removed.

The IFS Solution

IFS designed and built a modular H2S removal demonstration plant using a licensed technology to convert the H2S from the natural gas stream to elemental sulfur. The plant was modular in design, which made it easy to disassemble for ocean freight and reassembly at the site. IFS commissioned the completed package once it was received and assembled.

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