Natural gas purification

Natural gas purification
is extraction of components hindering gas utilization as fuel and feedstock, or polluting the environment. Hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide and others are among these components. Total content of gas impurities vented to atmosphere is not to exceed 500 ppm.

Glossary of Oil and Gas. 2013.

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