March 20, 2012


Description

The Minox Deoxygenation process is based upon gas stripping of dissolved oxygen from water in a closed loop of circulating nitrogen gas, in which the oxygen is being removed in a low temperature catalytic process. The process operates on positive pressure thus the booster pump step prior to the injection pumps may be eliminated. Since 1992 about 30 systems have been delivered world-wide. Minox units are installed on fixed platforms, Spars, FPSOs and onshore facilities. During the years the process have continuously been developed and improved and are today a reliable, robust and field proven technology. The paper will explain the principle of the technology, alternative set-up and give examples of recent systems that have been put in operation.

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Hans Evald Henriksen
Speaker Hans Evald Henriksen
Global Sales & Marketing Manager Minox Process Systems Hans Evald Henriksen is the Global Sales and Marketing Manager for Minox Process System. He has been in this position for the past 5 years. Prior to working for the Grenland Group, Hans spent more than 15 years with Ciba Specialty Chemicals. In this …

Global Sales & Marketing Manager
Minox Process Systems


Hans Evald Henriksen is the Global Sales and Marketing Manager for Minox Process System. He has been in this position for the past 5 years. Prior to working for the Grenland Group, Hans spent more than 15 years with Ciba Specialty Chemicals. In this position Hans was responsible for sales to the polymer and oil industry and oilfield chemicals in Norway and Scandinavia. Hans has a BSc in Chemical Engineering.


 


 



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Organizer

Brad Nelson


Date and Time

Tue, March 20, 2012

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Norris Center City Center

803 Town and Country Ln., Suite 210
Houston, TX 77042