Optimisation of Mono-Ethylene Glycol Regeneration Chemistry and Corrosion Inhibition Strategies
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This research studies the optimisation of mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) regeneration chemistry and various corrosion inhibition topics related to natural gas pipelines. MEG, used for the inhibition of natural gas hydrate formation, is regenerated to facilitate its reinjection with operational issues often arising during the industrial regeneration process. Research was undertaken to solve several issues identified in industry including optimisation of separation processes, improved corrosion inhibition strategies and development of chemical/physical data relevant to MEG systems.
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