Dry Sorbent Injection
Spartan Energy has adapted a process for the reduction of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) emissions in oil and gas facilities with amine units.
- The process uses injected sorbent to remove pollution prior to it reaching the atmosphere.
- The DSI process reduces SO2 emissions from the facility, keeping it within permitted levels.
- It is cost competitive with traditional scavengers while reducing contamination issues in the process gas stream.
- Process is Patent Pending.
What is Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI)?
- Direct injection of a media into a gas stream to remove pollution or contaminants
- Developed in the late 1980’s to reduce Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) emissions (and other pollutants) from power plant emissions
- Can reduce SO2 emissions by 90%
- Widely used in power plants, industrial boilers, and manufacturing facilities worldwide
Benefits of DSI:
- Reduced pollution—lowers emissions to easily permitted levels
- Simple, proven process
- Removes almost all H2S from process gas stream eliminating fouling and scavenger residue build up
- Quick to install and remove—(1-2 week setup) on new or existing amine facilities
- Uses widely available media for SO2 extraction
- Economical solution for applications ranging from 500‐4000 lbs./day of sulfur, particularly when amine treating is required as well
- Limited up front capital cost
- Cost competitive vs. traditional chemical scavengers
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