Acidic gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) become corrosive when water molecules are present, causing pipeline maintenance problems and adversely affecting natural gas marketability. The amine sweetening process uses alkanolamine solutions to speed carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide removal in order to meet the required BTU and pipeline specifications.
Joule Processing’s amine plants are specifically designed to efficiently remove H2S and CO2 from the natural gas stream. Each one of our amine facilities are custom-designed according to our customers’ specifications. We serve a dynamic and wide range of needs, taking flow rates, stream composition and other factors into consideration in order to ensure proper H2S and CO2 removal. As with all of our equipment, Joule’s amine plants are constructed skid-mounted for simple installation and mobility.