Flare Gas Recovery Package

Flare Gas Recovery Package

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Flare Gas Recovery Package

Flare gas, also known as flue pit or burner stack, is a gas produced by combustion processes in power plants, petrochemicals, chemical plants, and oil and gas refineries. In the oil and gas extraction sites, there are many towers for burning these gases. Flare towers are used as one of the most important and necessary parts of oil extraction sites, refineries and so on to burn undesirable, waste and flammable gases and liquids. One of the sources of production and emission of polluting and greenhouse gases is in fact the burning of gases associated with crude oil. This action can cause numerous environmental and economic damages. The main reason for burning these waste gases is to prevent possible explosions due to the accumulation of these gases and in a way to reduce the pressure. Many of these waste gases are highly reactive and will carry a number of hazards if exposed to high pressures. In addition to the above materials, burning flare gas is actually a safe way to combust volatile organic compounds. All of these gases eventually lead to the climate change and global warming, so finding an effective way to get rid of these undesirable gases while preventing further financial, human and environmental losses is one of the most important challenges ahead.

About Flare gas recovery Process

Flare gas recovery is the process of recovering waste gases that would normally be burned during the flaring process. These recovered gases can then be used as fuel gas in other parts of the facility. In addition to the cost-effectiveness of waste recovery, there are several other reasons to make this decision reasonable. Waste gases reduce the quality of the air and introduce undesirable compounds into it. Applying a recovery package for these gases can also greatly facilitate the process of reducing Carbon Dioxide emissions. Also, a significant portion of the gases sent for the flaring process are compounds such as Propylene, Ethylene, four-carbon materials and Hydrogen, which are economically valuable materials. Energy recovery and remanufacturing of fluorinated gases can be an important step towards energy extraction and reduction of air pollutants, and at the same time, by recovering the valuable compounds mentioned earlier, a big step can be taken to reduce the costs of power plants and facilities.

Therefore, in short, the purpose of recovering gases such as methane, sulfur dioxide and other gases that are normally burned in the flaring process is to prevent further damage to the environment and air quality. And at the same time for the recovered gases to be used as an energy source for other sectors of the said facility. Using a flue gas recovery package is one of the most cost-effective decisions made by oil and gas engineers.

Zirsakht Tadbir Arian (ZETA) Company, has the required knowledge and instruments in order to install a perfect flare gas recovery system. With the help of the latest technologies in the world and utilizing the knowledge of engineers and experts in the field of oil and gas, this company undertakes various packages for the implementation of the flue gas recovery process, from engineering to operation.

The system should be able to treat various flowrates, contamination and pollutants.
It should be able to treat and separate some by-products such as salts or brines.
The system should be allowed and able to get the required chemical volumes adjustments.
The system should be able to recover around 95% of the liquid waste in order to reuse it further.
At the end, the ZLD system should be able to produce a dry, solid cake in order to use it or dispose it.

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