Meg regenerationمدیریت وب سایت
Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) is used regularly in the oil and gas industry to prevent the formation of hydrates and resulting blockages in pipelines and equipment. To reduce costs and the quantity of wasted MEG, MEG is often regenerated. Hydrate formation becomes more frequent at low temperatures and high pressures, making subsea pipelines particularly vulnerable to hydrate formation (where sea bed temperature often ranges between (4-10°C). There is a requirement for continual for the injection of MEG for effective operations. MEG is injected on the platform and processed onshore to recover a MEG concentration suitable for recycling back into the pipeline.