sweet gas

sweet gas

[′swēt ′gas]
(materials)
A petroleum natural gas containing no corrosive components, such as hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans.
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Export of sweet gas to the Salalah Gas Pipeline (SGL)
He added that at present 60mln cubic/meters of sweet gas is being produced in phases 2 and 3 of the South Pars.
The sweet gas exiting an amine treatment unit is saturated with water vapour.
Iranian gas refineries processed 214 billion cubic meters (bcm) of sweet gas during the last fiscal year, ended March 20, 2018.
Hawiyah Gas Plant (HGP) Expansion Project will provide additional gas processing facilities to process 1,070 million standard cu ft per day (MMSCFD) of raw sweet gas, installing a pipeline network to allow free flowing 290 MMSCFD from Haradh field to Hawiyah Gas Plant.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 30, 2017-Fluor announces completion of three sweet gas plants in Canada before schedule and below budget
Italian firm, Saipem, won the contract for Aramco's Hawiyah Gas Plant (HGP) expansion project, which will see additional gas-processing plants implemented to allow for the processing of raw sweet gas.
The Jawf gas/condensate field was found in July 1994 as the Hawiyah-200 exploration well yielded 20.2 MCF/d of sweet gas and 3,286 b/d of condensates from an interval of 13,650-14,353 ft.
Phase 19 development of South Pars is set to produce 50 mcm/d of sweet gas, 75,000 b/d of gas condensate, 400 tons a day of sulfur, 1.05 million tons a year of liquefied petroleum gas and one million tons a year of ethane.
The fields are: Arak, Ha'el and Dubayat, containing sweet gas and put on stream through 1996 for the plant's first phase; and Najib and Sokhne, both having sour gas and came on stream in early 2000.
Development of five Palmyra fields: Arak, Ha'el and Dubayat, containing sweet gas; and Najib and Sokhne having sour gas.
Cutbank Ridge Partnership selected Fluor to execute engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) for Saturn 15-27 Phase 2 Sweet Gas Plant Project near Dawson Creek, British Columbia.