H2S scavenging is the process of removing H2S from natural gas streams in order to maintain pipeline integrity and safety. Bold’s proprietary chemical, SGT-281, is a non-triazine based H2S scavenger. Bold provides a full service solution using SGT-281 with Bold’s equipment, or SGT-281 can also be utilized with customer owned equipment.
How it Works
H2S rich gas enters a contact tower where it flows through a fluid bed of SGT-281. The bed is enriched with SGT-281 as needed. The treated gas stream exits the contact tower and flows into a spent solution scrubber where spent chemical is dropped out and the sweet gas exits the gas outlet. The non-hazardous spent SGT-281 is sent through a common or dedicated facility drain line.
B-Chem –Tri-ethylene Glycol
Tri-ethylene glycol is utilized to remove water vapor from natural gas streams. Bold utilizes tri-ethylene glycol with its proprietary dehydration assets or our customer’s owned equipment to remove water vapor from natural gas streams for pipeline or gas lift dehydration applications.
How it Works
Tri-ethylene glycol is utilized in dehydration units within the absorber tower where it descends in counter currently to the gas flowing through the contactor absorbing the water vapor contained in the gas stream.
The Bold Advantage
- Utilizes Emerson’s Zedi Cloud Platform to remotely monitor operations providing real time data, alarms, and reporting
- More efficient operations by diagnosing alarms and the health of the units before going to location
- Improved safety and reduced man hours on location
- Improved efficiency over conventional chemicals
- Reliable logistics and storage solutions
- Environmentally friendly, non-hazardous H2S scavenger chemical as compared to triazine and other granular scavangers
- Safe by-product for ease of disposal