The Cryobox™ liquefaction technology has been upgraded to a fully mobile configuration to accommodate the dynamics of the oil and gas field operations: the Cryobox-Trailer™. This new equipment from the Gas 3.0 Solutions engineered by Galileo Technologies can be relocated within hours to liquefy natural gas at any site, without any heavy lifting equipment.
The Cryobox-Trailer eliminates the necessity of gathering infrastructure, enabling you as an oil producer to monetize the well testing and the flare gas reduction right from day one. With a daily processing capacity of 750,000 standard cubic feet (SCF) of natural gas per Cryobox Trailer, you can add or remove units to fit the flow rate of the producing wells.
While liquefying on-site, the Cryobox Trailer units enable the distribution of LNG in cryogenic ISO containers via Virtual Pipeline™ and apply logistics similar to those of other liquid fuels.
You monetize LNG to several potential high horsepower consumers and/or transport it by road to a valorization site for its injection into the natural gas grid.
The multi-stage liquefaction cycle of the Cryobox-Trailer offers approximately 10,000 gallons per day of LNG. This cycle eliminates inerts, recovers boil-off and provides emission-free LNG storage and loading. This feature avoids natural gas waste, ensuring safe operations in compliance with environmental regulations.
Thanks to its cold start-up capacity, the Cryobox-Trailer reaches peak production in only 10 minutes, without any energy losses or inefficiencies. In addition, using the same natural gas field as fuel, the Cryobox-Trailer will drastically improve your economics.
Through the minimization of dynamic components, the use of fluids, the labor and the proven technology of the Cryobox-Trailer, this will ensure you an autonomous operation rate over 99% in remote areas.
Currently, 14 Cryobox-Trailers and 5 mobile ZPTS™ Plants for gas conditioning are being assembled at Galileo facilities. These units will liquefy natural gas from several stranded gas wells in Mendoza Province, Argentina, and will supply up to 130,000 gallons of LNG per day via Virtual Pipeline.
The LNG output from this fully mobile LNG Distributed Production Platform will fuel the natural gas-fired power station that Galileo built for its subsidiary Methax. Installed at a key node of the provincial grid, this new power station will supply 41 megawatts (MW), which will alleviate the stress on transport and distribution power lines.
Gas 3.0™ means gas from any source to the consumers. For this instance, it will convert stranded gas to electricity for 125 thousand inhabitants.
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