Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions | Filtration

By Croft Productions / October 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

Get answers to our client’s most frequently asked questions about filtration for amine plants, glycol dehydrators, and coalescing filters.

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Frequently Asked Questions | JT Systems

By Croft Productions / September 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

Croft Production Systems offers skid-mounted Joule Thomson Systems that simultaneously reduces the water dew point of gas, recovers valuable hydrocarbon liquids, and lowers the BTU

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Frequently Asked Questions | Amine Plants

By Croft Productions / July 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

Amine Plant processing Acid Gas

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Glycol Dehydration versus solid Dessicant Dehydration

By Cameron P. Croft / May 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

Absorption vs. Adsorption Dehydrating natural gas, or the removal of water vapor from natural gas can be done by either adsorption or absorption. Croft’s Passive Dehydration System uses adsorption, where water vapor is collected and condensed on the surface with the use of a solid desiccant. Solid desiccants have a high adsorption capacity, a low resistance to gas […]

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What is Acid Gas Removal?

By Croft Productions / May 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

Acid gas is a type of natural gas that contains significant quantities of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon dioxide (CO2), or similar acidic gasses.

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CROFT’s JT System Product Information

By Tiffanie Gupton / December 3, 2018 / 0 Comments

JT systems are primarily used for NGL recovery, dew point specification for pipeline spec, and the reduction of the BTUs of the natural gas for natural gas-powered engines.

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Oil and Gas: Most Common Terms

By Croft Productions / March 17, 2016 / 0 Comments

Have you ever sat in a meeting with field foreman, production engineers, chemical engineers, and landmen? Have you ever been lost with all the jargon and verbiage being thrown around in the room, or even out in the field? I HAVE!  After over two years in the industry, I still come across new terms or slang terms […]

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What is Natural Gas?

By [email protected]com / November 24, 2015 / 0 Comments

What is Natural Gas? Natural gas is a nonrenewable resource formed millions of years ago by organic matter, such as plant and animal remains. Over time the organic material is compressed and pushed deeper beneath the earth’s surface with intense pressure. The temperature increases as the matter is pushed closer to the earth’s crust. The […]

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Test Yourself on Your Oil & Gas Knowledge!

By Croft Productions / July 27, 2015 / 0 Comments

Test your knowledge for oil and gas! 1. Where was the world’s first commercial natural gas well drilled? a. Dhahran, Saudi Arabia b. Beamont, Texas c. Berozovo, Russia d. Fredonia, New York 2. Natural gas is mostly made up of? a. Propane b. Methane c. Hydrogen d. Carbon Dioxide 3. Natural gas burns cleaner than […]

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What is Tight Sand?

By Cameron P. Croft / November 28, 2014 / 0 Comments

Last week we discussed what a Basin is and how the word is used in the oil and gas industry. If you did not read last week’s blog be sure to check it out to get a better understanding of basin and can differentiate basins from tight sand. “Tight Sand” is not the only way to refer […]

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Conventional Vs. Unconventional REsources

By Croft Productions / November 14, 2014 / 0 Comments

Lingo, jargon, verbiage, whatever you want to call it, every industry has its own. The oil and gas industry is no different. “Conventional” and “unconventional” are terms used across the industry that many may not have a clear understanding of. So how do these definitions (unconventional and conventional) pertain to oil & gas? What are Conventional […]

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