Gas Hydrate Control

Precision Protection for Gas Exploration

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    Gas Hydrate Control

    Explore management and treatment approaches
    for gas hydrates in oil and gas systems

    Gas hydrate formation poses a significant challenge in the oil and gas production industry. These crystalline, ice-like solids develop when small gas molecules are confined within water molecule cages under high-pressure and low-temperature conditions. Such conditions are prevalent in offshore operations, including subsea flowlines, and in onshore settings in cold regions.

    Gas hydrates can manifest in various components of the production system, from downhole tubing and wellhead trees to manifolds, jumpers, flow lines, pipelines, and separators. The repercussions of gas hydrate formation encompass flow line blockages, diminished gas throughput, increased pressure differentials across the system, and potential damage to downstream equipment caused by hydrate debris.

    Low Dosage
    Hydrate Inhibitors

    Following DOSAS' anti-agglomerant (AA) formulations, hydrates take the form of a transportable slurry consisting of dispersed hydrate particles within the hydrocarbon phase.


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    Chemical treatment is frequently applied for the control of hydrate risk in the form of hydrate inhibitors.

    Harnessing Advanced Chemical Solutions for Gas Hydrate Management

    By leveraging advanced thermodynamic modeling and simulation, we gain crucial insights into the behavior and stability of gas hydrates. This enables us to tailor our approach by utilizing specially formulated chemicals that effectively inhibit the formation and growth of gas hydrates.