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Supercritical compressors

Supercritical compressors

Supercritical compressors

Hi guys.
I'm not process engineer and I don't have any knowledge about reservoir. But in our last study we find that our off gases for injecting into well heads stand in supercritical regime. In other word we want to compress our off gases to inject into well heads. But as we compress the gas in stands in supercritical regime. We don't hear about compressor for gases in sepurcritical regime. Do you? Do you have any guidance or reference about it?

RE: Supercritical compressors

See the replies you received in the Chemical Process Engineering forum. Please do not make duplicate posts.

Process Engineer, MSChE

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