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No. of pages:352 pages
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Advances in Natural Gas: Formation, Processing, and Applications. Volume 4: Natural Gas Dehydration

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Advances in Natural Gas: Formation, Processing, and Applications is a comprehensive eight-volume set of books that discusses in detail the theoretical basics and practical methods of various aspects of natural gas from exploration and extraction, to synthesizing, processing and purifying, producing valuable chemicals and energy. The volumes introduce transportation and storage challenges as well as hydrates formation, extraction, and prevention. Volume 4 titled Natural Gas Dehydration introduces in detail different natural gas dehydration methods. The book covers absorption with different solvents such as glycols, ionic liquids, and DES which is one of the important dehydration techniques, as well as natural gas dehydration with adsorption-based technologies utilizing various materials including zeolites, carbonaceous sorbents, metal oxides, etc. It discusses in detail membrane-based processes with various types (such as hollow-fiber and polymeric membranes) and includes novel technologies for sweetening natural gas by using supersonic technology.

  • Introduces natural gas dehydration concepts and challenges
  • Describes various absorption and adsorption processes for natural gas dehydration
  • Discusses novel methods for natural gas dehydration including membrane and supersonic technologies
Table of Contents:

Preface Acknowledgments About the Editors SECTION 1. Natural Gas Dehydration Concepts 1. Introduction to natural gas dehydration methods and technologies 2. Challenges of wet natural gas 3. Environmental Challenges of Natural Gas Dehydration Technologies SECTION 2. Absorption Techniques for Natural Gas Dehydration 4. Glycol absorbents for natural gas dehydration 5. Ionic liquids for natural gas dehydration 6. Deep eutectic solvents for natural gas dehydration SECTION 3. Adsorption Techniques for Natural Gas Dehydration 7. Swing processes for natural gas dehydration: pressure, thermal, vacuum, electrical and mixed swing processes 8. Carbonaceous sorbents for natural gas dehydration 9. Zeolite and molecular sieves for natural gas dehydration 10. Metal-oxide adsorbents and mesoporous silica for natural gas dehydration SECTION 4. Membrane Technology for Natural Gas Dehydration 11. Hollow-fiber membranes for natural gas dehydration 12. Zeolite membranes for natural gas dehydration 13. Polymeric membranes for natural gas dehydration SECTION 5. Other Technologies for Natural Gas Dehydration 14. Supersonic technology for natural gas dehydration