July 2022, Vol. 249, No. 7


Companies in the News July 2022

Companies  Calgary-based Gas Liquids Engineering announced the availability of SABR, a new licensed process for propane and ethane extraction from natural gas, which it says uses 5% to 20% less energy than competitive processes.  SABR stands for “Split ABsorber Reflux,” covering multiple variations of the process, intended for increased recovery of natural gas liquids (NGL) from natural gas, in a variety of applications.  Deep-cut extraction plants historically rely on a piece of equipment called a turboexpander to provide the cooling needed to deeply extract liquids from natural gas. SABR instead uses standard propane refrigeration, shell and tube heat exchangers, and distillation to ach

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