Phase equilibria of gas hydrates containing hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide
Production of gas fields containing carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide is becoming more prevalent in the global oil and gas industry. As conventional wells are depleted and the economics of unconventional gas production become favorable, the industry has responded by producing gas fields containing acid gas (CO2 and/or H2S). CO2 and H2S are the cause of a wide range of flow assurance issues that the industry are currently experiencing, including their strong tendency to form gas hydrate crystals that can plug flowlines. However, due to the challenging experimental conditions (long time scale, ...
(For more, see "View full record.")