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Vapour recovery ship loading

Vapour recovery ship loading

Vapour recovery ship loading

how can be solved the case of sour crude ship loading? Active carbons have problems with sour gas... has anyone experiance?

RE: Vapour recovery ship loading

How about combusting this vapor from the ship at one or more of the fired heaters in your plant with dedicated ship vapor return burners at each fired heater ? You can add a booster blower in the return line if you need some more pressure??

RE: Vapour recovery ship loading

These guys can help you: http://coolsorption.com/

(i dont work for them)

Best regards, Morten

RE: Vapour recovery ship loading

I'm thinking about an active carbon unit (two beds) and an absorber to recover condensate, but there is high content of hydrogen sulphide...
Combustioning in existing furnaces isn't prefered.

RE: Vapour recovery ship loading

do the same as with propane unloading, install a vapor return line.

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