ExxonMobil Develops Technology to Dehydrate Natural Gas

February 2017, Vol. 244, No. 2

ExxonMobil has developed cMISTTM technology, which dehydrates natural gas using a patented absorption system inside pipes and replaces the need for conventional dehydration tower technology. This inline technology could be deployed at both land-based and offshore natural gas production operations, according to a news release issued in Houston by ExxonMobil. The new technology, developed and extensively field-tested by ExxonMobil, more efficiently removes water vapor present during the production of natural gas, the company said. Removing water vapor through the use of dehydration technology, typically accomplished using large and expensive dehydration towers, reduces corrosion and equipment…

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