January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

TechNotes

Glycol Dehydrator Fits Schools Needs To A T

At 35-foot tall and equally as wide, a glycol dehydrator may be big, but this gift is a perfect fit just the same. The device, which is used to remove water from natural gas before compression and distribution, is now nestled snugly into one corner of the Susquehanna County, PA site of Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum & Natural Gas. The dehydrator is the gift from Williams Midstream to the school, which offers associate’s degrees in petroleum and natural gas technologies. Williams operates compressor and gas processing stations, gathering pipelines and other facilities within miles of the School of PNG, which is in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale r

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