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  • White Paper

    Application of a Hydraulic Turbogenerator in the Acid Gas Removal at a Gas Plant in the Middle East

    Awarded best paper at the 2016 SOGAT (Sour Oil & Gas Advanced Technology) conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE, this paper covers the installation of Energy Recovery's IsoGen turbogenerator solution in a gas processing plant in the Middle East.
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  • White Paper

    Optimize amine process design using liquid-phase turbochargers

    This article, published in Gas Processing Magazine, details the benefits of the application of a liquid-phase turbocharger to the acid gas removal unit (AGRU), including significant energy savings and an improvement to the reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM) of a plant.
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    Webinar: IsoBoost for Ammonia Production

    Energy Recovery Chief Technology Consultant Dr. Prem Krish gives an overview of the IsoBoost system for ammonia and other syngas applications. An interactive, on demand version of this webinar is also available here: http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1034206/789E7DD974B2905A5B30C15CD2AB44AF
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  • Brochure

    IsoBoost Brochure

    Download our IsoBoost brochure, covering the features and benefits of our hydraulic pumping system. IsoBoost saves energy and improves reliability in both CO2 removal in ammonia production and acid gas removal in gas processing. Contact: oilandgas@energyrecovery.com
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  • Video + Animation

    IsoBoost for Gas Processing and Ammonia

    IsoBoost is a hydraulic pumping system that saves energy in acid gas removal and CO2 removal processes in ammonia production and gas processing. This video covers the basics of how the Energy Recovery IsoBoost system works, and the benefits it can offer operators.
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  • White Paper

    Optimizing Amine Process Design Using Liquid Phase Turbochargers

    This paper describes conventional configurations with high pressure pumps and new configurations utilizing liquid phase turbochargers. Design of the equipment, process operations and controls and reliability analysis are included. The results of a RAM study comparing conventional configurations to those incorporating liquid phase turbochargers in multiple cases are also presented.
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  • Video + Animation

    GP Turbo Overview

    This video shows how the GP Turbo works. The GP Turbo is the turbocharger at the heart of Energy Recovery's IsoBoost system. IsoBoost is a hydraulic system that recovers pressure energy for gas processing. It reliable operations for gas processing, making plants safer and more profitable, with three times the life of a conventional pump.
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  • Video + Animation

    IsoBoost for Gas Processing Overview

    This video animation describes the IsoBoost™ hydraulic system for gas processing. The skid-mounted solution recovers pressure energy at gas plants and ensures reliable operations, making plants safer and more profitable, with three times the life of a conventional pump.
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  • White Paper

    Improved efficiency and lifetime reliability with new hydraulic energy recovery design for CO2 removal

    The CO2 removal process in ammonia production is a significant contributor to overall plant energy consumption. This paper presents a new turbocharger based solution. The use of a liquid phase turbocharger offers simplified design, compact footprint, rapid install and increased plant uptime with high efficiency across a wide range of operating conditions.
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  • Video + Animation

    Video: IsoBoost for Ammonia Production and Other Syngas Applications

    See how the IsoBoost helps ammonia producers increase uptime, save energy and reduce costs.
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  • White Paper

    Maximice el Tiempo de Operación en el Proceso de Endulzamiento de Gas utilizando Turbocompresores

    Durante el siglo pasado, la práctica del reciclaje de energía ha sido incluida en diferentes procesos industriales como un paso clave para minimizar lo que de otro modo sería energía desperdiciada. La mayoría de las industrias están familiarizadas con el concepto de recuperación de calor residual, donde el calor que habría sido disipado y desechado, es devuelto a los diferentes procesos industriales.
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