Fixed Amine Reclaimer Units
In addition to offering a full range of service reclaiming that include:

a) cleaning up your gas treating solvent at your facility while you continue to operate;

b) an off-site option where your chemical is processed at a regional reclamation facility;

c) a fit for purpose is build/own/operated by CCR technicians unit that will keep your gas treating unit running at optimum conditions, CCR can offer reclaimers that are licensed for single use, site specific applications.

To learn more about this option, please fill out the request form that can be found by clicking here.

Reclamation of Offshore Hydrate Control Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) by Prosernat

CCR Technologies is very proud to announce its relationship with Prosernat, who have acquired the global license to use CCR’s Patented & Proprietary Technology for Reclamation of Offshore Hydrate Control Monoethylene Glycol (MEG).

To ask for a quote on using CCR’s superior technology to allow you to reclaim and reuse your offshore hydrate control glycol please contact Prosernat by phone or via their website indicated below:

image001Tour Franklin, 100/101 Terrasse Boieldieu
92042 Paris La Défense – France
Std: +33 (0)1 47 67 20 00
Fax: +33 (0)1 47 67 20 07
PROSERNAT, specialized process technology and modular unit supplier to the oil and gas industry, is a subsidiary of Heurtey Petrochem and IFP Energies nouvelles. PROSERNAT offers a full range of processing units for phase separation, MEG regeneration and reclaiming, natural gas dehydration (including proprietary processes Drizo™ and Ifpexol™) and sweetening, NGL extraction and sulphur recovery. In particular, PROSERNAT offers advanced gas treatment technologies, with IFP Energies nouvelles gas treatment processes (COSWEET™, SweetSulf™, Ifpexol™), AdvAmine™ (amine based processes developed by Total), HySWEET® (hybrid solvent process developed by Total for gas sweetening with mercaptans removal) and Advasulf™ (Portfolio of sulfur recovery processes). PROSERNAT also offers AdvaCap™ advanced technologies developed by IFP Energies nouvelles for CO2 capture from flue gases, and CCR’s technology for MEG reclaiming.