MEG reclaiming technology: From mobile usage to the world’s largest unit ///

The formation of hydrates in deepwater natural gas tie-back lines historically was inhibited by injecting triethylene glycol (TEG) or methanol at the subsea manifold. Gelling of the TEG at the manifold or in the delivery umbilical, and lack of recovery of the methanol, were persistent drawbacks to their continuous use.

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