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UOP expands offering to include Twister’s separation technology  

By Gerald Ondrey |

UOP LLC (Des Plaines, Ill.; www.uop.com), a Honeywell company, says it will expand its portfolio of natural gas treatment technologies through an exclusive marketing alliance with Twister B.V. (Rijswijk, the Netherlands; http://twisterbv.com). UOP will now offer the Twister supersonic gas-separation technology, which is used to remove water and heavy hydrocarbons present in natural gas when it comes out of the ground. The technology expands UOP’s current suite of natural gas processing technologies and equipment that remove impurities such as water, carbon dioxide, sulfur compounds and mercury from natural gas streams, and that separate and recover natural gas liquids. UOP has also acquired a minority position in Twister B.V. “Natural gas has quickly become an important source of energy in markets around the world,” says Rajeev Gautam, president and CEO of UOP. “Twister’s state-of-the-art solutions put UOP in a unique position to offer turn-key gas processing solutions and give our customers an advantage in a rapidly growing segment.” According to the International Energy Agency, natural gas use is growing the fastest of all fossil fuels, with consumption projected to increase at an average annual…
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