Oh, crap. I didn’t know they were removing H2S. Back to the drawing tablet.
Samsung Engineering announced on September 13 that it won the Terengganu Gas Terminal (TGAST) project worth US$770 million (834 billion won) from US-based oil and gas firm Hess Corporation, and Petronas Carigali, the Exploration and Production subsidiary of Malaysia’s national oil company Petronas.
This project involves the construction of a gas terminal in Kerteh, Terengganu, which lies about 260km northeast of Kuala Lumpur. The gas terminal will produce 700 million cubic feet each day by removing impurities such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) from natural gas extracted at sea.