Q2 Technologies and its former partner Quaker Chemical developed the triazine technology that is used world-wide today.
A need was identified to reduce fouling created by amine based scavengers in refineries, production streams and crude oil terminals.
Mercaptans removal is necessary in feedstocks and refined products. Enviro-Solve® ProM® has consistently outperformed alternative chemistries
Hundreds of barges and tankers succesfully treated
Treating 7-10% of monthly Eagle Ford production
Helping American producers become leading exporters worldwide
We have treated billions of dollars worth of crude oil using Enviro-Solve® chemistries including Pro3® and ProM®.
ProM® Lab Data:
An experiment was designed using Trace Sulphur Analysis to determine the performance of ProM® on different mercaptans from condensate sample from Alberta, CA. A baseline was obtained and then ProM™ was added to the Test Condensate. The ProM™ was injected into the Test Condensate sample and then agitated by hand for a period of five minutes.
The Trace Sulphur Analysis was then performed on the sample after 24 hours had elapsed.
The samples was then agitated for 2 minutes and allowed to sit for another 24 hours until 48 hours total test time had elapsed. The Trace Sulphur analysis was then repeated. The results are as follows.
|Component||Results of Untreated Test Condensate (ppm)||24 hours after treating||48 hours after treating|
|Iso – Propyl Mercaptan||194||131||76|
|Tert – Butyl Mercaptan||121||149||102|
|N – Propyl Mercaptan||71||20||7.7|
|Methyl Ethyl Sulphide||<1||<1||<1|
|Sec – Butyl Mercaptan/Thiophene||734||675||478|
|Iso – Butyl Mercaptan||102||60||35|
|N – Butyl Mercaptan||199||77||37|
Mercaptan Reduction in Condensate Splitter Feedstock
- - ProM™ Chemistry allowed customer to meet mercaptan sepecifications that MEA-Triazine was unable to reach.