Natural gas processing (Chemical Engineering)

The diagram below depicts the typical processing of raw natural gas required to produced sales pipeline gas and to remove and recover the natural gas liquids (NGL) such as:
  • ethane
  • propane
  • butanes​
  • pentanes and heavier hydrocarbons​
The diagram also lists the alternate processes available for each of the individual processing units.


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