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RevEnergy introduce hydrogen sulfide mitigation system

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RevEnergy has announced the introduction of the RevH2STM, a hydrogen sulfide (H2S) mitigation system that safely reduces H2S gasses in sour crude to less than 4 parts per million by weight (ppmw). This level is far below the industry-accepted standard of 10 ppmw.

“We are committed to helping companies protect the safety of their employees and the environment,” said Jason Groves, CEO of RevEnergy. “The RevH2S raises the bar in today’s market, providing better H2S mitigation results with no chemical contamination, no emissions and no volume loss.”

H2S occurs naturally in many petroleum reservoirs – other oil fields have seemingly turned ‘sour’ with the injection of water for enhanced recovery. High concentrations of H2S in crude oil is not only extremely corrosive to storage tanks, pipelines and rail cars, but if not treated properly, the toxic vapors it creates when stored can also be highly flammable and potentially lethal.

Sour crude must be stabilised before it can be safely stored or transported so the removal of H2S from crude oil is a constant concern for drilling operators, midstream companies, and refineries.

The RevH2S was designed in collaboration with world-renowned engineering firm AECOM and its benefits and features include:

  • Treats to 4 ppmw.
  • No volume loss.
  • No residual gasses emitted and no Title V permit required.
  • No chemical additives, so no residual contamination.
  • Mobile and scalable to be easily integrated into existing facilities.
  • Minimal waste byproducts.

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