Find More About H2S

Hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGLs) are hydrocarbons that occur as gases at atmospheric pressure and as liquids under higher pressures. HGLs can also be liquefied by cooling.

The specific pressures and temperatures at which the gases liquefy vary by the type of HGLs. HGLs may be described as being light or heavy according to the number of carbon atoms and hydrogen atoms in an HGL molecule.You can check this link to know more about purification solutions.

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Because HGLs straddle the gas/liquid boundary, their versatility and high energy density in liquid form make them useful for many purposes:

  • Feedstock in petrochemical plants to make chemicals, plastics, and synthetic rubber
  • Fuels for heating, cooking, and drying
  • Fuels for transportation
  • Additives for motor gasoline production
  • Diluent (a diluting or thinning agent) for transportation of heavy crude oil

Products that can bring H2S levels under control help preserve drilling equipment from its highly corrosive effects and help workers by creating a safer environment. Products that do these functions are usually referred to in the chemical industry as H2S scavengers.