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Minox Successfully Tests New Gas-Dehydration Technology


Published Jun 22, 2017
Minox Technology – DryGas
Minox®DryGas gas dehydration system (photo: Minox Technology)

After a successful large-scale testing, Minox Technology is now ready to launch a new, patented, Minox®DryGas technology for dehydration of gas. A new product in the Minox compact family is then realised.

The Minox®DryGas system uses compact, proven components as state of the art static mixers and scrubber technology, designed and built into small compact modules.

The Minox®DryGas system reduces the size and weight by 50 to 70% compared to conventional contactor towers. Height, footprint and weight reduction have significant benefits for offshore applications.

The system will require less TEG in circulation than conventional contactor towers at optimised process conditions. This will again give a reduction in size, weight and energy consumption of the TEG regeneration units. The system also has a very low pressure drop.

The large-scale test of the Minox®DryGas system was conducted, together with Statoil, at Statoil’s K-Lab at Kårstø in March/April 2017. The test was partly funded by the Norwegian Resource Council’s Demo2000 program. The test results were very convincing, and the Minox®DryGas technology was consequentially approved by Statoil to be ready for first commercial use. The technology is obviously well suited for greenfield projects, but due to the system’s design and flexible installation methods, it is very well suited for the brownfield market including upgrades, extensions, performance improvements etc.

Minox Technology is looking forward to introducing this unique, compact technology to the market, enabling further CAPEX and OPEX reductions for clients.

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