Triethylene Glycol (TEG) Dehydration
Triethylene glycol (TEG) dehydration systems are commonly used for the removal of water vapor from natural and process gas to prevent hydrate formation and corrosion in downstream pipelines and process equipment.
Glycol Dehydration, Level 1 - Beginner
Provides a base overview of process principles of liquid desiccants and basic plant chemistry, a general equipment overview, and process run-through for the entire triethylene glycol (TEG) dehydration process.
Glycol Dehydration, Level 2 - Intermediate
Builds upon the content covered in the TEG Beginner course and goes into detail about how to calculate water content in natural gas streams, typical operating conditions, alarms in a TEG unit, troubleshooting, and TEG analysis.
Glycol Dehydration, Level 3 - Advanced
Provides real-life case studies from TEG dehydration plants, putting all the knowledge from the Beginner and Intermediate courses to practical use. It dives into the details of how to calculate TEG circulation rate and stripping gas rates.
Triethylene Glycol (TEG) Dehydration Bundle
Learn about how TEG is used as a desiccant to remove water from natural gas streams. This bundle includes: TEG Beginner, TEG Intermediate, and TEG Advanced courses.