July 2003

Process Technology

Are you handling sulfur safely?

Through open and frank discussions, refiners and industry consultants endeavor to resolve problems and questions commonly encountered with sulfur recovery units

Amine Best Practices Group, Amine Best Practices Group

Safely handling sulfur is a tedious task. The processing environment is corrosive and toxic. Thus, refiners are confronted with an overwhelming set of processing conditions. History. In 1993, several refiners, along with a consultant and engineering contractor, formed the Amine Best Practices Group (ABPG). This group's mission was to benchmark amine unit operations. The group soon realized that real-world data for amine-unit operations was nearly non-existent. ABPG conducted two industry-wide surveys to create a comprehensive database on amine-unit operations. The results and conclusions of these efforts have been discus

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