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Second Generation and Sour Gas Injection Projects

sulphur recovery efficiency
Office: London, Houston, Tengiz 
Customer: Tengizchevroil 
Location: Tengiz, Kazakhstan 
Timeframe: 1998 – 2008 
The objective of the Second Generation Project incorporating the Sour Gas Injection Project is to expand oil and gas handling facilities located on the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan from 12 to 22 MM tons per year.

In conjunction with our joint venture partners, the WorleyParsons process design work has included the detailing of facilities for oil and gas separation, oil stabilization, gas treating/conditioning/polishing, sour gas injection, LPG recovery and polishing, sulphur recovery and tail gas treating and acid gas injection.

The sulphur recovery plant capacity is 2,450 tons per day with a recovery efficiency of 99.9%. At this capacity it is one of the largest single train plants in the world and incorporates the EMRE Flexsorb® selective H2S absorption in the tail gas treating section.

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