After leaving the glycol regenerator the lean glycol has to be cooled down to approximately the feed gas temperature. A part of this heat is used to heat the rich glycol before feeding it to the still column of the regeneration section. It reduces the duty of the reboiler and maximizes the use of thermal energy which would otherwise by expended. The glycol heat exchanged is generally a shell and tube heat exchanger.
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