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Monday, July 9, 2007



Looking at this particular logo, i am sure many of you know what it mean...

BR&E - Bryan Research & Engineering Inc, has been in the oil and gas industry for years. My first contact with BR&E was 10 years ago.
Bryan Research & Engineering incepted in 1974, renowed process simulation software, ProMax having its ability to predict the performance of gas processing, refining and petrochemical processes.



ProMax capabilities includes Amine Sweetening, Glycol Dehydration, Equipment Rating/Sizing, Crude Oil Refining, LPG Recovery and Caustic Treating.

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articles (AMINE related) available BR&E site :
Addition of Static Mixers Increases Treating Capacity in Central Texas Gas Plant
Alternative Flow Schemes to Reduce Capital and Operating Costs of Amine Sweetening Units

Analysis of Amine Solutions by Gas Chromatography
Analysis of Various Flow Schemes for Sweetening with Amines
Converting to DEA/MDEA Mix Ups Sweetening Capacity
Decreasing Contactor Temperature Could Increase Performance
Design & Operation of a Selective Sweetening Plant Using MDEA
Design Alternatives for Sweetening LPG's and Liquid Hydrocarbons with Amines
Dome's North Caroline Plant Successful Conversion to MDEA
Improved Absorber-Stripper Technology for Gas Sweetening to Ultra-Low H2S Concentrations
Influence of Ammonia on Gas Sweetening Units Using Amine Solutions
Optimization of Amine Sweetening Units
Optimization of New and Existing Amine Gas Sweetening Plants Using Computer Simulation
Selecting Amines for Sweetening Units
Selective Absorption Using Amines
Solubility of Hydrocarbons in Physical Solvents
Sweetening LPG's with Amines
The Use of MDEA and Mixtures of Amines for Bulk CO2 Removal
Treat LPGs with Amines
Unique Acid Gas Enrichment Application
Using Mixed Amine Solutions for Gas Sweetening
The Impact Of Acid gas Loading On The Heat Of Absorption And VOC and BTEX Solubility in Amines Sweetening units












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