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Sandbox:Mercury production with gas
Mercury is also is a naturally occurring contaminant found primarily in natural gas. As with hydrogen sulfide, there is little alternative but to produce and then remove it, generally at a central treating plant rather than on site. The occurrence of mercury in quantity and location is discussed in Wilhelm. Regulations exist restricting the amount present in natural gas for sale.
- Wilhelm, M. and McArthur, A. 1995. Removal and Treatment of Mercury Contamination at Gas Processing Facilities. Presented at the SPE/EPA Exploration and Production Environmental Conference, Houston, Texas, 27-29 March 1995. SPE-29721-MS. http://dx.doi.org/10.2118/29721-MS.
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