IN-LINE SEPARATOR

Wellhead Multiphase effluent flows through the lower barrel of the Inlet Separator which contains static devices that force the multiphase flow to take a quasi-stratified regime. The vapor phase is picked up to the upper barrel through the stand pipes containing liquid blocking devices. The separated vapor is demisted through demister media and flows to the Gas Scrubber where is gets scrubbed from any entrained liquid droplets. The scrubbed gas out of the scrubber flows through a Filter Coalescer to get a high-quality Fuel Gas that can be fed to Gas Engines or Turbines.

FEATURES

The Inline Separator IN-SEP® is an innovative package integrated with a set of new technologies allowing the separation of Clean Fuel Gas from multiphase flowlines at immediate vicinity of wellhead in remote wellsites. The Fuel Gas can be used for Power Generation at wellsites to run Sucker Rod Pumps, Jet Pumps, ESPs, Multiphase Pumps or any other rotating machinery.

The Inline Separator can be installed in-line as a continuation of the Well Production Flowline, or can be fitted to the well-testing connections at wellsite.

The Inline Separator is a fully static equipment and has almost no moving parts, therefore it requires very limited maintenance.

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Inline Separator
  • Gas Scrubber
  • Filter Coalescer
  • Pressure Safety Valve
  • Pressure Regulating Valve
  • Level Guages
  • Pressure Guages
  • Isolating Valves
  • Structural Skid
  • Lifting Lugs
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STANDARD OPTIONS

  • Electronic Instrumentation & Controls
  • Nace Material
  • Fuel Gas Heater
  • Fuel Gas Buffer Tank

APPLICATIONS

  • Onshore and Offshore Remote Wellsites
  • Gas-Engine Powered Early Production Facilities (EPF)
  • Autonomous Artificial Lifted Wells

CODES

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DESIGN STANDARDS

  • API 123
  • ASME VIII
  • ASME B31.3
  • ASME B16.5
  • NACE MR 0175

ADVANTAGES

  • Compact Footprint
  • In-line installation
  • Large Turndown
  • Self-Operated
  • Low Maintenance
Year:
2018