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LNG PROCESS TRAIN

68.8 Bar
107.7 C

65.2 Bar
40.5 C

HP F/G
Vent

01-MC 01

31.5 Bar
34.5 C

1.8 Bar
103 C

1.65 Bar
71.1 C

14-MD01

14-MD02
71-MJ05
5.2 Bar
-159.1 C

46.3 C

12-MJ24

MD03

47 Bar
-147.1 C

15-MJ03

2.3 Bar
-21C

MD02

1.3 Bar
-34.9C

6. Bar
-29.7 C

16-MJ02

16-MC03
63 Bar
89.8C

16-MJ03

16-MC04/05/06/07

C3
C4
C5

6. Bar
-29.7 C

29 Bar
-28.6 C
26.3 Bar
0.2 C

61.4 Bar
-31.4 C
3.9 Bar
-33.8 C

61.2 Bar
-29.4 C

MD08

MD03

7-MJ04

7-MJ01

7-MD03

7-MD01

16-MJ01

33.1 Bar
72.8 C

15-MC02 15-MC01

15-MJ01

7-MD02

21.5 Bar
67.7 C

16-MC02

62 Bar
-16 C

15-MC-05

16-MD01

16-MD01

59.5 Bar
-42.8 C

16-MJ06

C3 Liquid to
Chillers

4.3 Bar
-34.4 C

15-MJ02

16-MJ04
4.2 Bar
-3.5C

16-MC01

63 Bar
22 C

15-MD01

7.1 Bar
14.6C

MD06

13-MD04

12-MJ22
61.4 Bar
-31.4 C

18 Bar
68.3C

16-MC 09

13-MC02

15-MC03

71-MF01/2
17.1 Bar
50C

13-MD03

13-MD01

Unit 13

MJO1_2A/B/C

Loading Arms

MD02-C

13MC01

MD02-B

5m

64.7 Bar
22 C

MD02-A

01-MD01

12-MD27

01-MJ01

12-MD22

01-IC01

12-MD21

NG

66.7 Bar
39.6 C

UNIT 01
PRESSURE REDUCTION & METERING STATION

Damietta - 2
PV

GMS

Filters/ separators
MD 02

PV

GMS
Feed Gas
Ex. Grid

PV

GMS

MD 02

PV

70 Bar
15 - 35 C

GMS

MD 02
PV

Gas Metering
Run 1

MD 02

Damietta -1
MD 02

MD 02

MD 02

Water boilers
Filters

Gas Metering
Run 2

Temporary PRS
SSO

PV

PV

SSO

PV

PV

The purposes of Pressure Reduction & Metering Station are to preheat the feed gas from National Gas Grid to prevent hydrate formation & to maintain feed gas
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pressure to suction of feed gas compressor. It is also to meter the quantity of feed gas being produced in the downstream Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
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processing plant. The Temporary Pressure Reduction Station is a mean of fuel gas supply to run Gas Turbine Generator during plant initial start-up.

UNIT 01
PLANT FEED CONDITIONING

UV1016
AI
305A

C1

N2
AI
305J

AI
305B

C2

nC4
C3 AI
IC4 AI
AI
305C
305D
305E

RD AI
SWI AI
CO2 AI
IWI
AI
305N
305K
305L
305M

PI
3009

FI
3002

TI
3011

IC5
nC5
AI
AI
305F
305G

C6+
AI
305I

H
HHV AI
C2
LHV AI
AI
305O
3050
305P

FQI
3001

31.2 Bar
34.5 C

PDI
3007

33 Bar
15 - 35 C

XV3017

Feed Gas
Ex. GASCO

31.5 Bar
34.5 C
PI
3004

Feed Gas
Ex. GASCO

01-MC 01
68 Bar
40 C

C2
H AI
3050

M
33 Bar
15 - 35 C

68.8 Bar
107.7 C

01-MJ01

01-MD01

XV3018

Mercury
Absorber

PDI
3006

PI
3008

FI
3001

TI
3010

FQI
3002

HP FG Make-up
to Train 1 Unit 15

Common FG
BOG Ex. Warm Liquid
Header
Make-up Unit 55 Unit 71

The purposes of Plant Feed Conditioning Unit are to meter the feed gas in terms of quality and quantity, and to compress the gas to the pressure
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(68.8 bar) required for the downstream Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processing plant. Design feed gas rate to LNG process train is 28700
m3/h
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(644 ton/h).

UNIT 14
MERCURY REMOVAL

68 Bar
40 C
Set @ 75 bar g

PDI
1003

14-MD01
PDI
1005
Set @ 75 bar g

66.2 Bar
39.4 C

66.7 Bar
39.6 C

Feed Gas
Ex. Unit 01

Acid Gas Removal Unit


14-MD02

The purpose of the Mercury Removal Unit is to reduce the mercury (Hg) level in the feed gas by adsorption through activated
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carbon bed impregnated with sulphur to prevent corrosion in the Main Cryogenic Heat Exchanger (MCHE) aluminium tube
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bundles. This will reduce the mercury level from the feed gas to less than 5 ng/Nm3 (1 nanogram ng = 1 / 1,000,000 mm)

UNIT 12
Vent at Safe Location

ACID GAS REMOVAL


PIC
1074B

12-MD21

65.2 Bar
40.5 C

1.65 Bar
71.1 C
12-MJ21

12-MJ29

TIC
1043

1.8 Bar
103 C

1.55 Bar
40 C

FIC
1076

12-MD27

12-MD22

12-MJ23

12-MC21

5m

12-MD29

LIC
1078

TIC
1102

66.2 Bar
39.3 C

Sweet Gas to
Dehydration Unit

FIC
1117

XV
1008

NG Feed

12-MD31

H LIC
1140
L

12-MC24

65.2 Bar
40.5 C

Acid Gas Incinerator

PIC
1074A

1.85 Bar
120.8 C

Hot Oil

LIC
1054

86.5 C

FIC
1070

12-MC23A/B

LIC
1026
LIC
1012

81.1 C
FIC
1015

46.3 C
XV1014

120.8 C

FIC
1028

Rich Solvent

1.1 Bar

8 Bar

86.1 C

114.4 C

Lean
Solvent

12-MC22A/B
12-MJ24

12-MJ22

The purpose of the Acid Gas Removal Unit is to remove acid gas, mainly Carbon Dioxide CO2 and Hydrogen Sulphide H2S, from the natural gas feed to prevent
these components from freezing out and causing blockages and to meet LNG specification. Acid gas, mainly CO2 and H2S, is removed from the gas stream by
absorption into aMDEA in the Acid Gas Absorber (12-MD21), licensed by BASF.This will reduce the CO2 < 50 ppm. Regeneration System in which the rich
aMDEA from 12-MD21 is flashed in Rich Solvent LP Flash Column (12-MD22), to remove the adsorbed hydrocarbons and then the CO2 is stripped from the
rich aMDEA at reduced pressure and elevated temperatures in the Solvent Regenerator Column (12-MD27).

UNIT 13
DEHYDRATION

HP Fuel Gas
System

Warm Flare
Header
XV1059

Sweet Gas

PV1062A

26.5 Bar
40 C

C3Vapour
To 16-MD05

PV1062B

PIC
1062

BDV1167

65.2 Bar
40 C

26.8 Bar
40 C

13-MD03

13-MC 03
PIC
1007

LIC
1055

27 Bar
168 C

13-MC01

LIC
1003

64.7 Bar
22 C

13-MD02-A

64 Bar
22 C

Water Condensate
To Unit 12
13-MD02-B

13-MD02-C
15-TV1202A/B

13-MD01
TIC
1045

Hot Oil Supply

LIC
1004

C3Liquid
Ex. 16-MC10

168 C
28.2 Bar

XV
1011

13-MC02
Hot Oil Return
15-FV1048A
FIC
1048

Back-up
13-MD04
Water Condensate
To Unit 12

BDV1138

Warm Flare Header

< 0.5 ppm

29 Bar
63 Bar
22 C

35 C
ESDV1196

Ex. End Flash


System
Liquefaction Unit

The purpose of the Dehydration Unit is to remove water from the treating gas leaving the Acid Gas Removal Unit. Drying is required to prevent ice and hydrate
formation in the Liquefaction Unit, which would cause blockage of lines and equipment The feed gas to Unit 13 is wet Natural Gas from the Acid Gas Removal
Unit. The gas is precooled upstream of Unit 13 in the Drier Precooler (13-MC01) which results in condensation of part of the water vapour contained in the gas.
This reduces the load on the Dehydration Unit. The temperature of the feed gas exiting the Drier Precooler (13-MC01) is 64.5 bar and is maintained at 22 C, a
temperature high enough to avoid Hydrate formation but low enough to condense a significant amount of water . In the adsorption, the feed gas from the Drier
Inlet Separator (13-MD01) flows vertically down to two of the Molecular Sieve Driers (13-MD02A/B/C). The treated gas from the adsorption beds must meet a
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moisture content of 0.5 ppmv maximum. In the regeneration, the molecular sieve beds are regenerated one at a time using regeneration gas, which19/06/2003
is normally
supplied from the HP End Flash Gas Compressor Aftercooler (15-MC10) at 29 bar and 35 C, flowing vertically upwards through the beds

UNIT 15
LIQUEFACTION

TIC
1056

Cold Flare
Header

FIC
1057

BDV1170

47.5 Bar
-148.6 C

C3 Vapour

LT MR
LIC
1020

FV1057C

XV1062

61.4 Bar
-29.7 C

15-MC03

15-MJ02

FY
1057C

SIC
3002

LT MR
HS1025

FV1057A/B

61.9 Bar
-16.1 C

FIC
1249

FIC
1026

C3 Liquid

PIC
1073

HY MR

C3 Vapour

C3 Vapour
62.5 Bar
0.6 C

63 Bar
21.8 C
15-MC01

LIC
1005

62 Bar
-16 C

15-MD01

C1

BDV
1169

LIC
1007

15-MC05

LIC
1025

Fractionation Unit

LT MR

XV1138

HP Fuel Gas

15-MD03

57.3 Bar
-61.7 C

LIC
1083

FIC
1123

ESDV
1013

1.0 Bar
-159.3 C
15-MC06

15-MD02

C3 Liquid

Dehydration
Unit

Cold Flare
Header

1.2 Bar
-159.3 C

15-MC02

LIC
1021

ESDV
1196

PIC
1089

HY MR

57.3 Bar
-61.7 C

5.2 Bar
-159.1 C

LNG Rundown
To Storage

ESDV 1176

15-MJ01

15-MJ03
LPG LT / HY MR

The purposes of the Liquefaction Unit are to liquefy the treated gas to enable storage at near atmospheric pressures & to remove heavy hydrocarbons in the feed stream, which will
freeze in the cryogenic sections of the unit (for rich gas case). For the rich gas case, the pre-cooled two-phase mixture in the dry gas containing aromatics and other heavy
hydrocarbons from the Feed Gas / HP & MP Propane Coolers (15-MC-01 and 15-MC02) are formed and removed in the Scrub Column (15-MD01). The vapour overhead from 15MD01 is cooled at 29.7 C and partially condensed in the Scrub Column Overhead Condenser (15-MD03) against LP propane. This stream is further cooled and condensed in the
warm bundle of the MCHE. The two-phase stream exiting the warm bundle of the MCHE is phase separated in the Scrub Column Reflux Drum (15-MD02). This reflux drum
temperature is controlled at 61 C using bypass line across the MCHE warm bundle with part of the warm feed gas. The liquid is returned to the Scrub Column as reflux using
the Scrub Column Reflux Pump (15-MJ01). The liquid stream from the scrub column bottoms is fed to the fractionation unit to generate refrigerant make-up and a condensate
product. This combined stream is further cooled, liquefied and sub-cooled at about 148 C against MR in the middle and cold bundles of the MCHE. The liquefied natural gas at
about 148 C, 47.5 bara is let down over LNG Expander (15-MJ02) and FV 1057A/B to about 1.2 bara. At this pressure some re-flash occurs and LNG temperature drops to about
159 C. The LNG enters LNG Flash Drum (15-MD03). The flash vapour is reheated in LMR / End Flash Gas Heat Exchanger (15-MC06) and send to the suction of Presley
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Compressor (15-MJ04) to be recompressed for use as fuel. The LNG is pumped to storage using LNG Product Pump (15-MJ03). Design feed gas rate to Main Cryogenic
Heat
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Exchanger (MCHE) is 170000 m3/d (15300 ton/d) & LNG rundown to LNG storage is 33600 m3/d (14200 ton/d).

UNIT 71
LNG STORAGE & LOADING

Boil Off Gas to Gas


Metering Station

TIC
4310

ESDV 2068

PV

71-MJ05-B/C

71-MJ05-A
71-MJ05-B/C
PIC
2127

PIC
2129

PIC
2089

ESDV2130

ESDV
2103

Make-up Gas Ex.


Feed Gas System

71-MJO1A/B/C
HIC
2116

ESDV2006
FIC
1240/1/2

PI
1205
HV

ESDV2103

71-MF01

ESDV2120

ESDV2122

HV

XV2104

PIC
1202

PI
1105

ESDV2105

PIC
1102

FIC
1140/1/2

71-MF02

Vapour Return Ex. Ship

XV2121

LP Flare System

71-MJO2A/B/C

Capacity: 150,000 m3

Loading Arms
71-ML02

HV2044

Capacity: 150,000 m3

71-ML03
ESDV2033 HV2034

Tie-in for Phase


Two Expansion

HS
2115

HS
2109

HS
2110

71-ML01-A

LNG Loading Header

ESDV2001

ESDV2008 HV2009
71-ML01-B

M
M

LNG Circulation Header

ESDV2004

ESDV2022 HV2023

The purposes of the Storage and Loading Unit are to provide adequate storage and loading facilities to allow for continuous production of LNG at the design production rate & to
enable intermittent export by LNG ship. The LNG storage tanks (capacity = 150,000 m3) are stored at slight above atmospheric pressure for safety reason. The unit is designed to
operate in two modes: holding mode and loading mode. In holding mode LNG is rundown from Train 1 into either two of the LNG storage tanks. During loading mode there is
simultaneous LNG rundown from Train 1 and LNG loading from both storage tanks to the LNG ship. To achieve the design LNG ship loading rate of 12,000m/h six Presley
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pumps are provided; 71-MJ01A/B/C and 71-MJ02A/B/C. Each pump is a submerged type pump located in vertical wells within the LNG storage tanks and is rated23/06/2003
for 2000m/h.
Three pumps are provided in each tank.. It takes approx. 4.5 days to fill up one LNG storage tank & 13 hrs to fill up one LNG tanker.

UNIT 16
PROPANE REFRIGERATION

17 Bar
50 C

18 Bar
68 C
16-MC 09

16-MJ 04
M

1.3 Bar
-35 C

2.3 Bar
-21 C

4.2 Bar
-3.5 C

7.1 Bar
14.6 C

TC

MC 11
LC

C3 M/U to MR

C3 M/U to MR
LV

MD 03
1.4 Bar
-34 C

MD 04
2.4 Bar
-20 C

15-MC 03

15-MC 02

MD 05
4.3 Bar
-3 C

MD 06
PV

8 Bar
18 C
M

13-MC 01

15-MC 01

16-MC 10

MD 02

16 Bar
35 C
LV

1.4 Bar
-34 C
16-MC 07

LV

LV

2.4 Bar
-20 C

4.3 Bar
-3 C

16-MC 06

LV

16-MC 04

16-MC 05

LV

LV

7.2 Bar
14 C

LV

LV

MD 07
16-MJ 05

C3 To/Ex. Storage

The purpose of the Propane Refrigerant Circuit is used to supply refrigeration cooling to the natural gas feed circuit and mixed refrigerant circuit at four
pressure levels in a closed loop. Propane from the discharge of the Propane Compressor (16-MJ04) at 18.0 Bar and 68.3 C is de superheated and condensed
by ambient air in the Propane Condenser (16-MC09). The condensed propane at 17.1 Bar and 50.0 C is collected in the Propane Accumulator (16-MD06). The
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propane liquid from 16-MD06 is sub cooled in the Propane Sub-cooler (16-MC10) before being supplied to the natural gas & mixed refrigerant (MR)
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evaporators. To produce one ton of LNG, 3.5 tons of propane is required to provide refrigeration cooling.

UNIT 16
MIXED REFRIGERATION

16-MC01
21 Bar
68 C
16-MD01

C1
C3
N2

C1
AI
C2
1261 C3
N2

16-MC02

16-MC03

33 Bar
73 C

16-MJ 01

63 Bar
89 C

16-MJ 02

16-MJ 03

Flare

LNG
47 Bar -147C
LNG End Flash Drum (Unit 15)
Cold JT

TV
57 Bar
-155 C

PV

LNG End Flash Drum (Unit 15)

15-MC06
48 Bar
-125 C

Warm JT

C1 Ex. Demethaniser (Unit 07)

59 Bar
-31.5 C

End Flash Gas Compressor

16-MJ06
15-MC05
NG In
NG Out
61.6 Bar
-16 C

61 Bar
-30 C

16-MD08
3.9 Bar
-33.8 C

16-MC 07
NG Feed
LPG Ex.U07

59 Bar
C
61 Bar

-31
-29 C

59 Bar -31
C
59 Bar -31 C

16-MC 06

61.8 Bar
0.6 C

16-MC 05

62.2 Bar
18 C

62.5 Bar
40 C

16-MC 04

C2

The purpose of the Mixed Refrigerant Circuit in conjunction with Propane Circuit is used to provide refrigeration cooling required for natural gas in Main Cryogenic Heat Exchanger (MCHE). The refrigerant
used to liquefy the feed gas is a mixture of nitrogen, methane, ethane and propane, known as mixed refrigerant (MR). The MR circuit is a closed refrigeration loop. The superheated MR from the Main
Cryogenic Heat Exchanger (MCHE); 15-MC05 is compressed by LP MR Compressor 16-MJ01, MP MR Compressor 16-MJ02 and HP MR Compressor 16-MJ03 in series. High pressure vapours from the MR
Compressor are cooled in the HP MR Compressor Aftercooler; 16-MC03 and partially condensed in the respective MR / HHP, MR / HP, MR / MP and MR / LP Propane Coolers and fed to the HP MR Separator
16-MD08. Liquid from 16-MD08 (heavy MR) is cooled further in the "warm" bundle of the MCHE and by the let down in pressure through the MR Liquid Expander; 16-MJ06, recovering electrical power, and
then sprayed over the "middle" bundle of the MCHE as a cooling medium. Most of the vapours from 16-MD08 (light MR) pass through both the "warm", "middle and "cold" bundles of the MCHE, and are let
down over the "cold" Joule-Thomson (J-T) valve; 16-CrV-1035 to achieve the minimum required temperature. Prior to entering the MCHE shell side, this light MR stream is combined with the pre-cooled light
MR stream in the MR/End Flash Gas Heat Exchanger; 15-MC06 where the MR is heat exchanged with 15-MD03 overheads vapour. The combined light MR stream is sprayed over the "cold" Presley
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of the
MCHE as a cooling medium. Vapourised MR from the MCHE is recycled to the LP MR Compressor; 16-MJ01 via The LP MR Suction Drum; 16-MD01. Nitrogen, Methane and Propane are injected
into the MR
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stream to the LP MR Suction Drum; 16-MD01 and Ethane is injected into the HP-MP Seperator, 16-MD08 as required, to maintain system inventory and composition.

UNIT 07
FRACTIONATION

Off-Spec C2 line

C2
C3
C4 29 Bar
C5 43 C

15-MC 06
29 Bar
-29 C

62 Bar
-18 C
Scrub Column
Bottom

MC 03

Off-Spec C3 line

26 Bar
0.2 C

14.3 Bar
41 C

13.8 Bar
40.1 C
MC 05

26.8 Bar
4.3 C

MD03

MD05

MC 09
29 Bar
-29 C

MD08

29 Bar
-32C

MD 01

MCHE
MC 01

7-MJ01
MD 02

7-MJ04

MC 02

LPG
Drum

Scrub Column
OHD Condenser

29 Bar
139 C

7-MJ02
MD 04

27 Bar
131 C
4.9 Bar
45 C

14 Bar
41 C

MC 07

MC 11
MD 10

7-MJ03

7-MJ05
MD 09

MC 06

MC 10
LPG
Drum

5.2 Bar
99 C

C3
Storage

13 Bar
40 C

MD07

MD 06
MD 06

LPG
Drum

14.6 Bar
119 C

4.4 Bar
40 C

14.6 Bar
119 C

MC 04

C2
Storage

LPG
Drum

5.2 Bar
99 C

7-MJ06

3.5 Bar
40 C

Condensate to
Storage

MC 07

The purpose of the Fractionation Unit is to remove heavier hydrocarbons from feed gas that will affect the length of the carbon chain, C5+, specification of the LNG product. In
addition, aromatics, Benzene specially, are removed as these may freeze in cryogenic sections of the plant. When operating, the Fractionation Unit reinjects lighter, recovered
hydrocarbons (LPG) into the Liquefaction Unit to be blended into the LNG Product, or recycled through the Scrub Column, 15-MD01, depending on operational requirements.
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addition, it produces both ethane and propane of refrigerant grade quality for make-up to the Propane and MR Compressor Circuits, and a condensate product stream,
which will
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vary in quality depending upon whether the Depentaniser is operating.

UNIT 07
DEMETHANISER

29 Bar
-27.6 C

TI
1215

HH

Cold Flare Header


PIC
1002

PV1002B
PV1262 (15-MC 06)
15-MC 06

Feed Ex. Scrub


Column

29 Bar
-27.9 C
ESDV1013

Balancing line

29.5 Bar
43.4 C

C2 C3 C4 C5

1
-35 C

7-MC 09

7-MD 01
TIC
1007

13

29 Bar
110 C

FIC
1009

29 Bar
140 C
7-MC 01

7-MD 08

C3 Liquid

LIC
1137

56.7 Bar
-30.5 C

07-MJ04

HS
1105
FIC
1140

NNF
MCHE

FIC
1166

56.7 Bar
-30.5 C
15-MC 03

29 Bar
140 C
FIC
1013

LIC
1134

29 Bar
-32 C

Hot Oil
LIC
1015

C3 Vapour

07-MJ04A

26.9 Bar
137 C
De C2 Column

The liquid stream from the bottom of the Scrub Column (15-MD01) is reduced in pressure and temperature from 62 bara and 18.1 C to 29 bara 29.3 C and then
fed toWong
the
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Demethaniser (07-MD01). This column serves as a stripper and is reboiled by a kettle type hot oil reboiler 07-MC01. The overhead vapour from the Demethanser Column
is fed to
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the LMR End Flash Gas Exchanger (15-MC06). The bottoms product stream is reduced in pressure to 26.9 bara and then fed to the Deethaniser Column (07-MD02).

UNIT 07
DEETHANISER

07-ML 01
PIC
1022

-4.0 C

7-MC 03
26.8 Bar
4.3 C

Feed Ex. De C1
Column

LIC
1041

26.8 Bar
0.2 C

C3 Liquid

26.8 Bar
1.0 C

27 Bar
106 C

FIC
1047

C3 Vapour

Cold Flare Header


PV1022

TI
1024

LI
1044

TIC
1027

28

LIC
1046

ESDV
1050

7-MD 02
24

7-MD 03

27 Bar
118 C

07-MJ01

FIC
1028

27 Bar
131 C

29.5 Bar
0.3 C

FIC
1140

07-MJ01A

15-MD08
Hot Oil

LIC
1036

LI
1032

26.9 Bar
0.3 C

FIC
1048

7-MC 02
LL

C2 Storage
ESDV1235

27 Bar
131 C

FI
1105

14.4 Bar
103 C

FIC
1035

De C3 Column
ESDV1205

Off-Spec C2 From Storage Tank

The feed liquid is reboiled in Deethanser Reboiler (07-MC02). The overhead vapours leave the column at 26.8 bara and 4.3 C and fed to the Deethaniser Condenser (07-MC03) where the vapour ethane is
condensed against a Medium Pressure (MP) propane stream from the Fractionation Refrigerant Package (07-ML01). The condensed ethane is then used to provide reflux for the column via the
Deethaniser
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Reflux Pump (07-MJ01) and to supply ethane refrigerant make-up. Excess ethane liquid will be send to re-injection. A bypass line around the column allows off-specification ethane to be imported
from the
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storage and reprocessed in the column.

UNIT 07
DEPROPANISER
C2 C3 iC4 nC4

M
AI
1062

PIC
1061

13.8 Bar
40 C

7-MC 05
14.3 Bar
42 C
FIC
1086

TIC
1063

Cold Flare Header

14.1 Bar
40 C

PV1061
7-MD 05

LI
1084

Feed Ex. De C2
Column

14.4 Bar
103 C

TI
1065

19

LIC
1083

ESDV
1089

7-MD 04
22

FIC
1088A

07-MJ02

28
39

14.6 Bar
112 C 14.6 Bar
120 C

FIC
1068

29.5 Bar
41.6 C

FIC
1088B

07-MJ02A

15-MD08
Hot Oil

LIC
1070

LI
1074

27.5 Bar
41.6 C

FIC
1087

7-MC 04
LL

C3 Storage
ESDV1236

14.6 Bar
120 C

FI
1152

5.1 Bar
74 C

FIC
1073

De C4 Column
ESDV1059

Off-Spec C3 From Storage Tank

Liquid hydrocarbons from the bottom of the Deenthaniser are dropped in pressure from 26.9 bara to 14.4 bara and then fed to the Depropaniser Column (07-MD04). The feed liquid is reboiled in the
Depropaniser Reboiler (07-MC04). The overhead vapours leave the column at 14.3 bara and 41.8 C and fed to the Depropaniser Condenser (07-MC05) where the vapour propane is condensed
by ambient
Presley
Wong air.
The condensed propane is then used to provide reflux for the column via the Depropaniser Reflux Pump (07-MJ02) and to supply propane refrigerant make-up. Excess propane liquid will be send
to re03/07/2003
injection. A bypass line around the column allows off-specification ethane to be imported from the storage and reprocessed in the column.

UNIT 07 DEBUTANISER
M
PIC
1098

4.4 Bar
40 C

7-MC 07
4.9 Bar
45 C

Cold Flare Header


PV1098
FIC
1120

5.1 Bar
75 C

Feed Ex. De C3
Column

LIC
1117

ESDV
1122

4.9 Bar
40 C

TI
1164

17

7-MD 07

LI
1118

07-MJ03

7-MD 06
18
32

29.5 Bar
41.8 C

FIC
1121

TIC
1100

07-MJ03A

15-MD08

34
5.2 Bar
94 C

FIC
1103

5.2 Bar
99 C

Condensate
Ex. 7-MJ 06

Hot Oil
LIC
1105

LI
1106

7-MC 06
LL
Condensate
Ex. 7-MJ 05

De C5 Column
LIC
1165

HS
1105

5.2 Bar
99 C

M
FIC
1129

3.5 Bar
40 C

7-MC 08
FIC
1162

4.7 Bar
40 C

Condensate To
Storage

ESDV1161
De C5 Column

The bottoms liquid product is reduced in pressure from 14.6 bara to 5.1 bara and then fed to the Debutaniser Column (07-MD06). The feed liquid is reboiled in the Debutaniser Reboiler (07-MC06). The
overhead vapours leave the column at 4.9 bara and 45.2 C and fed to the Debutaniser Condenser (07-MC07) where the vapour butane is condensed by ambient air. The condensed butane is
then used
Presley
Wongto
provide reflux for the column via the Debutaniser Reflux Pump (07-MJ03) and to re-inject into the MCHE. The Debutaniser Column bottom product leaves the column at 99.0 C and depending
on the mode
03/07/2003
of operations; the bottom product is either sub cooled by ambient air to 40.0 C in the Condensate Product Cooler (07-MC08) and then send to storage or fed to the Depentaniser Column (07-MD09).

UNIT 07
DEPENTANISER
M
PIC
1177

4.4 Bar
40 C

7-MC 11
4.9 Bar
45 C
FIC
1192

Cold Flare Header

4.9 Bar
40 C

PV1098
7-MD 10

LI
1118

7-MD 09
Feed Ex. De C4
Column

5.1 Bar
75 C

ESDV
1122

TIC
1174

15

LIC
1117

19
TI
1170

30

07-MJ05

32
5.2 Bar
94 C

FIC
1103

5.2 Bar
99 C

FIC
1191

07-MJ05A

29.5 Bar
41.8 C
15-MD08

Hot Oil
HS-1105

LIC
1165

LI
1163

7-MC 10
LL

FIC
1191

Downstream
07-MC 08

Upstream
07-MC 08
ESDV1237
07-MJ06/A

If the feed gas composition is such that it becomes necessary to supply a low-benzene C5 stream to supplement the LPG re-circulation, the Debutaniser Column bottom product is routed to the Depentaniser
Column. The bottoms liquid product from the Debutaniser is fed to the Depentaniser Column (07-MD09) and is reduced in pressure to 2.1 bara in the column. The feed liquid is reboiled in the
Depentaniser
Presley
Wong
Reboiler (07-MC10). The overhead vapour is totally condensed by ambient air using the Depentaniser Condenser (07-MC11). The condensed liquid is then used to provide reflux for the column
via the
03/07/2003
Depentaniser Reflux Pump (07-MJ05) and send to the LPG Re-injection Drum (07-MD08).

UNIT 73
ETHANE STORAGE

Cold Flare Header

Cold Flare Header

PIC
1009

PIC
1003

C2 ISO Container

73-MD01

C2 Off-spec Line

Vapor Return

C2 To / Ex.
Deethaniser

19 Bar
-14 C

Refrigeration
Package

FIC
1020

C2 Make-up
To MR System

73-MJ03

ESDV1010

73-MJ01

Ethane storage vessel 73-MD01 receives liquid from 2 sources; Deethaniser 07-MD02 in the common fractionation train & ISO containers delivered by rod or ship. The ethane
refrigerant storage vessel, 73-MD01, is a pressurized drum with storage volume 660 m3. The propane refrigerant is stored at approximately 14oC and 19 bar. Displacement
vapour, flash vapours and vapour generated by heat in-leak are vented to cold flare by pressure control.

UNIT 73
PROPANE STORAGE
PIC
1033

PIC
1028
Cold Flare Header

LI
1029

8.4 ~ 15.4 Bar


20 ~ 45 C
73-MD02

Vapor Return

C3 To / Ex.
Depropaniser

FIC
1045

C2 ISO Container

C3 To / Ex.
Pump-out C3 System

ESDV1046
ESDV1037
73-MJ02

The Propane Storage Vessel, 73-MD02, receives liquid propane from three sources; Depropaniser, 07-MD04, in the common fractionation train, ISO containers delivered by road. or
ship & Pump-out connections in the liquefaction unit. The Propane Refrigerant Storage Vessel, 73-MD02, is a pressurised sphere with 73-MJ04
a gross volume of approximately 1500m3.
The propane refrigerant is stored at ambient temperature and the corresponding vapour pressure: @ 20C the storage pressure will be 8.4 bar & @ 45C the storage pressure will be
15.4 bar. Displacement and flash vapours are vented to cold flare by pressure control. The propane refrigerant system is not insulated.

UNIT 02
aMDEA STORAGE

ATM
Set @ 15 mbar g

ATM
Set @ 15 mbar g

N2
Set @ 7.5 mbar g
N2
Set @ 7.5 mbar g
15 / -2.1 mbar g

Demin. water
LI
1017

15 / -2.1 mbar g
FI
1004
LI
1008

02-MF21

02-MF22
02-MJ22

Solvent to/ex. U 12

02-MJ21

The acid gas removal unit uses an activated MDEA. The common facilities are used to provide space and volume for the mixing and storage for the aMDEA
solvent used in the AGR unit. The facilities also allow enough volume to hold solvent from the AGR unit. The common facilities consist of the mixed
solvent
Mohd
Awad
storage tank, 02-MF22. The mixed solvents supply pumps, 02-MJ22 that take suction from this tank and discharge it to another tank, the solvent20/06/2003
storage
tank, 02-MF21. The solvent transfer pump, 02-MJ21 takes suction from this tank and discharge to the acid gas removal unit.