The ADGAS plant facilities include three LNG trains (Trains-1 & 2 commissioned in 1977 and Train-3 commissioned in 1994), Offshore Associated Gas (OAG) and Integrated Gas Development (IGD) facilities along with utilities and other associated facilities such as storage tankage, jetties for export of the products, etc. The gas feedstock comes from various offshore oil and gas fields surrounding Das Island. The feed gas, delivered to the plant at different pressure levels is compressed through different stages and purified before liquefaction. The feed gas contains impurities like CO2 (Carbon Di Oxide) and H2S (Hydrogen Sulphide), which are removed by gas sweetening process. H2S (Hydrogen Sulphide), removed by the sweetening process is converted into liquid Sulphur in the Sulphur Recovery Units. After sweetening, the hydrocarbon gas mixture is cooled in stages followed by fractionation and liquefaction to produce different hydrocarbon products ranging from LNG (a mixture of methane and ethane) to Paraffinic Naphtha.
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