Qatargas revels in value-added achievements


Qatargas has announced two major milestones in its Common Sulfur Project (CSP), which include commissioning of the feeder pipeline from the Qatargas 2 sulfur storage area to the CSP transport pipeline.

The achievement also includes the commissioning of the CSP pipeline and storage facility.

CSP is designed to receive up to 12,000 tons per day (tpd) of liquid sulfur via pipelines and convert it into granules, which are stored in a building for shipment to customers worldwide.

The natural gas from offshore production fields contains hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which must be removed to produce LNG. Sulfur is produced as a result of removal of H2S as a byproduct during the production of LNG and is a major commodity chemical used in rubber, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and sulfuric acid manufacturing.

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