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By: Jacobs Catalytic Ltd Suncor  09-12-2011
Keywords: Gas Treating, Sulfur Recovery

Jacobs Comprimo® Sulfur Solutions supplies the expertise, technology, and total project delivery for gas sweetening-, sulfur recovery- and tail gas treatment plants worldwide.

Jacobs Comprimo® Sulfur Solutions can solve all of your challenges whatever they are:

  • More processing capacity, accomplished by gas treating enrichment or oxygen enrichment;
  • Adding new units, or;
  • Changing of regulatory rules can result in increased sulfur recovery efficiency or sulfur degassing.

Our services include new systems, add-ons to existing units and debottlenecking to increase capacity and/or sulfur recovery levels. Jacobs Comprimo® Sulfur Solutions can find the right solution for your sulfur needs.

Our offerings include all of the key processes to maximize "Sulfur Block" performance, including gas/liquid treating technologies, sulfur recovery, tail gas treatment, NH3 destruction, hydrocarbon (BTX) destruction, O2 enrichment, sulfur degassing and sulfur handling.

Jacobs Comprimo® Sulfur Solutions can deliver the following in any and all phases of your project:

  • Feasibility studies
  • Technology selection
  • Basic engineering
  • Detailed engineering and project management
  • Procurement and construction
  • Modular fabrication
  • Commissioning and start-up services
  • Operator training
  • Continuous service agreement

Jacobs Comprimo® Sulfur Solutions value for you:

For every technology our goal is to recover the most sulfur for the least energy consumption and lowest investment cost.

Keywords: Gas Treating, Sulfur Recovery

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The seminar attracted a broad mix of sulfur experts and sulfur practitioners coming from design institutes and end-users from refineries, gas production facilities and the coal gasification industry. In total, the seminar attracted over 45 attendees and included several technical papers related to gas treating, sulfur recovery and associated equipment and materials.