Removal of Hydrogen Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide
Liquid and Gaseous Hydrocarbons
PPE has extensive experience in H2S and CO2
removal. We design and build Amine Plants in our
shops in Houston, Texas for a wide range on customers and
For applications in which the produced hydrocarbon or hydrocarbon
product contains a sulfur compound, PPE offers an effective method
to sweeten the gas stream and remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide
("sour gas" or "acid gases").
Amine Plants can also remove acid gases from liquid hydrocarbons such as Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG).
PPE has been an industry leader in Amine Plant design, engineering, manufacture, installation, and
operation since 1974.
We maintain complete control over all phases of the manufacturing process from the initial meeting with the customer through
the successful on-time, on-budget startup of the equipment designed specifically for you by our experts.
Amine Plants are a proven process using aqueous solutions of amines
to remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide. Amines commonly used
in the process include monoethanloamine (MEA), diethanolamine (DEA),
and methyldiethanolamine (MDEA).
PPE's Amine Plants are operating successfully worldwide today for a wide range of customers and in a variety of applications.
For more information on these hydrogen sulfide, sulfur, and carbon dioxide removal
processes, just follow the links above.
You can also contact us for a quote or to discuss
how PPE can economically resolve your process problems.