Analysis of sulfur content in crude oil, refinery process units and in final petroleum products is needed in order to avoid refining and regulatory problems
For more than 30 years, Bureau Veritas has been performing sulfur analysis on a variety of petroleum products such as natural gas, pressurized and atmospheric condensate, and other petroleum liquids. Analyses can range from total and elemental sulfur to trace sulfur compounds in the ppm and ppb range. The methods employed include gas chromatography/sulfur chemiluminescence (GC/SCD), UV fluorescence, X-Ray fluorescence (EDXRF), and the Clark-Lesage method.
In addition to laboratory analysis, Bureau Veritas also has the ability to configure our mobile/portable lab to perform on-site trace sulfur analysis. This allows us to provide the client with near real-time data, so operational decisions can be made quickly.