What are hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGL)?

A group of hydrocarbons including ethane, propane, normal butane, isobutane, and natural gasoline, and their associated olefins, including ethylene, propylene, butylene, and isobutylene. As market products, HFL represents all natural gas liquids (NGL) and olefins.

Hydrocarbon liquids are expected to play a key role in the future U.S. transportation system which is why Allied Equipment, Inc. has a long record of employing technology to improve efficiency in condensate stabilization, natural gas liquid fractionation and dew point control.

Displayed is a condensate stabilizer designed to process 7,000 PBD to a product of 9 RVP in Texas.


Advantages

  • Easy installation with skid-mounted modular condensate stabilizer plants shipped worldwide
  • Units are available in 2,000 - 50,000 BPD capacity
  • Custom design that accomodate the full range of condensate composition and flow rates for meeting product specifications
  • Built with interconnecting piping
  • Pre-wired with electronic instrumentation
  • Reliable heat source from hot oil systems
  • Startup and operations training for full turnkey experience


Application

  • Midstream gathering
  • Midstream NGL processing

Advantages

  • Units design 2,500 - 100,000 BPD of NGL
  • Customer design driven to meet any specification
  • Easy installation with startup and operations training for full turnkey experience

Application

  • Midstream gathering
  • Midstream NGL processing
  • Downstream

Application

  • Designed for Joule Thomson (JT) expansion, Turbo-Expander or Refrigeration technology
  • Prompt delivery
  • Optimum plant and environmental concientous design

Application

  • Midstream gathering
  • Midstream NGL processing
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