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Site specific needs affect process choices from H2S abatement in geothermal power plants

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Title:Site specific needs affect process choices from H2S abatement in geothermal power plants
Authors:Kenny, K.A.
Bacon, T.R.
Kirby, L.H.
Keywords:Hawaii Geothermal Project
drilling
Hawaii
Puna
air quality
show 1 morehydrogen sulfide
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LC Subject Headings:Geothermal resources--Economic aspects--Hawaii
Date Issued:10 Oct 1988
Publisher:Dow Chemical Company U.S.A.
Citation:The Dow Chemical Company U.S.A.. 1988-10-10. Site Specific Needs Affect Process Choices from H2S Abatement in Geothermal Power Plants. Freeport, Texas: The Dow Chemical Company U.S.A.
Abstract:1988 Annual GRC Meeting. The abatement of hydrogen sulfide in geothermal power plants has under gone considerable change in recent years. More stringent regulatory requirements for H2S abatement have increased costs. This paper will review the history of abatement technology, discuss the effect of operating conditions on the requirements for abatement processes, review process choices for both primary and secondary abatement, and provide two case examples of the economics of the Dow Chemical Company's GAS/SPEC RT-2 technology and the SulFerox* technology (1,2,3).
Pages/Duration:14 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/35802
Appears in Collections: Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism
The Geothermal Collection


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