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Conditioning Fuel Gas for Natural Gas Driven FRAC Fleet | Case Study

By Cameron P. Croft / January 5, 2021 / 0 Comments

This case study will focus on treating fuel gas for gas lifts utilizing CROFT’s Fuel Gas Conditioning System.

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Frequently Asked Questions | Separators

By Croft Productions / December 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

Get answers to our client’s most frequently asked questions about our Fuel Gas Conditioning System (FCS)

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Frequently Asked Questions | Fuel Gas Conditioning System (FCS)

By Croft Productions / November 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

Get answers to our client’s most frequently asked questions about our Fuel Gas Conditioning System (FCS)

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Gas Lift Fuel Gas Conditioning Case Study

By Croft Productions / November 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

This case study will focus on treating fuel gas for gas lifts utilizing CROFT’s Fuel Gas Conditioning System.

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Filter Optimization Case Study

By Croft Productions / October 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

This case study will focus on optimizing filtration for amine plants and glycol dehydrators, therefore decreasing shutdown time and saving money.

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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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JT Plant Case Study

By Croft Productions / August 31, 2020 / 0 Comments

This case study will focus on CROFTs Joule Thomson System reducing the BTU while treating gas utilized for fuel purposes in compressor engines.

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Amine Downsizing Case Study

By Croft Productions / July 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

Most customers dread having to conduct a full cleanout of a TEG dehydrator. The cleanout sometimes implies shutdowns or drop in capacity. One of the ways CROFT designed the Passive Dehydration System (PDS) is to be utilized as a quick, easy, and a temporary way to bypass a TEG and continue to dehydrate the gas while your TEG is shut down and getting serviced/cleaned out.

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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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TEG Cleanout Case Study

By Cameron P. Croft / June 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

Most customers dread having to conduct a full cleanout of a TEG dehydrator. The cleanout sometimes implies shutdowns or drop in capacity. One of the ways CROFT designed the Passive Dehydration System (PDS) is to be utilized as a quick, easy, and a temporary way to bypass a TEG and continue to dehydrate the gas while your TEG is shut down and getting serviced/cleaned out.

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Webinar | Saving Money in Operations: Challenges in Oil and Gas

By Croft Productions / June 13, 2020 / 0 Comments

In this series we’re going to be interviewing a lot of subject matter experts, bringing them on, they’re going to be talking from their perspectives of what do they see are key things that we need to focus on.

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CIS 30MM Case Study

By Cameron P. Croft / June 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

The CIS 30 MM model. This system was designed to have different static mixers to create enough turbulence and increase contact time without creating too much of a pressure differential. It has a modified two-phase separator to act as a bubble tower for efficient use of the chemical while providing proper separation.

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How Do You Process Natural Gas?

By Cameron P. Croft / May 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

natural gas processing has several steps, the main processes include separation, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide removal, dehydration, and NGL recovery.

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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 Gas Dehydration?

By Cameron P. Croft / May 12, 2020 / 0 Comments

Gas dehydration is the removal of water from the gas stream in order to meet pipeline specifications.

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Frequently Asked Questions | enviroDRI

By Cameron P. Croft / May 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

CROFT Passive Dehydration Systems natural gas dehydration unit that utilizes a specially formulated solid desiccant called enviroDRI to adsorb water from the gas stream. Below are our clients’ most commonly asked questions about enviroDRI. What is enviroDRI? enviroDRI is a deliquescent desiccant pellet about the size of an almond designed to adsorb water from hydrocarbon […]

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Natural Gas Driven Drilling And Hydraulic Fracturing

By Cameron P. Croft / March 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

Dual Fuel Powered Drilling Rigs and Frac Spreads Many cost-conscious oilfield companies have made the switch to either natural gas or dual-fuel, also referred to as bi-fuel, which is a mixture of diesel and natural gas. Dual-fuel engines run on a combination of diesel and natural gas, giving companies the flexibility to choose which fuel […]

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What is an Oilfield Storage Tank?

By Cameron P. Croft / February 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

Oil storage tanks serve as a staging area to collect crude oil in several stages of production. These tanks are used in production fields and hold the oil until it is delivered to tankers or into a pipeline. Storage tanks are also used as a holding area for crude oil before the refining process and they also hold refined products after it is processed.

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Coalescing filters

How does a coalescing filter work?

By Tiffanie Gupton / November 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

What is a coalescing filter?   Coalescing filtration or Coalescing gas separators are designed specifically for the removal of mist, fogs, and dust from gas streams. These contaminants usually exist with the bulk of the particles having diameters considerably less than 10 microns; therefore, standard separators or scrubbers are not capable of effectively removing these minute […]

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Coalescing gas separator

What is a coalescing filter?

By Tiffanie Gupton / November 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

Coalescing gas separators (or coalescing separators) are designed specifically for the removal of mist, fogs, and dust from gas streams. Standard separators cannot remove these small, minute contaminants in the gas stream because particles are usually less than 10 microns.  A coalescing gas separator consist of a vessel, combining specially constructed coalescing elements and a […]

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