First Regenerable H2S Removal System to be installed on a Floating Production Storage Offloading Vessel

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Expanded development for oil and gas production in the Mediterranean Sea has resulted in the license of the first LO-CAT® unit (and the first regenerable H2S removal technology) to be installed and operated on a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel.

COMART and Saipem are working together on the engineering, fabrication and construction of the H2S Removal Module to be installed on the Aquila FPSO.

Saipem will operate the FPSO on behalf of Eni. The FPSO will be positioned on the Aquila field off the Italian coast in the Adriatic Sea.

The LO-CAT system is designed to directly treat the produced/associated gas and provide a sweet gas stream with an H2S content of <100 ppm. Up to 3,900 SCFM of gas can be treated, producing just over 2.3 metric tons/day of sulfur with greater than 99+% removal of H2S.

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