The liquefaction process is based on the Linde cycle, which provides for an expansion of the gas by means of rolling valves and uses multiple pressure jumps according to the flow of gas to be liquefied.
The applied technology implies an accurate choice of compressors, chillers and cryogenic apparatus, and is carried out over a number of successive stages of expansion and cooling.
The separation of NGL is performed in the process of liquefaction, in the process of which the liquids are separated from the gas stream, and sent to a storage tank in condensed form.
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