Monoethylene glycol (MEG) reclamation and regeneration system
Maximize the recovery of MEG in your hydrate management process.
Hydrates form when water and natural gas are mixed at high pressures and low temperatures. This is a common occurrence in oil and gas pipelines and can cause significant production challenges. Years of research toward understanding hydrate occurrences and formation have resulted in industry-standard prevention methods; however, these traditional methods can sometimes prove costly for operators.
OneSubsea has developed a cost-effective hydrate management system that eliminates the uncertainties in measurement and dosage control experienced with traditional monoethylene glycol (MEG) systems. By combining industry-proven monitoring, metering, dosing, and MEG regeneration technologies, we are able to achieve target inhibition with MEG while preventing unnecessary overdoses.
The hydrate management system comprises metering on the subsea production stream and chemical injection lines as well as the most efficient MEG reclamation facility. It combines these with real-time process simulation and condition and performance monitoring into an operational system that permits the control of hydrate formation in a closed loop, open loop, or any blend in between.