Gallery: Train 1

The GTF has two identical “trains” (i.e. processing lines) where a group of processes are combined to remove acids, dehydrate the gas and separate the fluids into sweet and dry natural gas, LPG and stable condensate (liquid). Stable condensate has a higher value than crude or natural gas. To remove the acids from the gas (this is to “sweeten” the gas) amines are used. They are chemical components that remove acid sulphur components from the gases and they can be recycled in the amine regeneration unit.


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