Gas Innovations® has expanded its capability to supply refrigerant gases to LNG and floating LNG (FLNG) liquefaction plants worldwide.
Ashley Mandray, Vice President and Co-Founder of Gas Innovations, said: “We’re supplying projects from the US Gulf Coast to Australia’s Coral Coast and spots in between […] With companies building more plants and LNG increasingly recognised as a viable power source, our expanded capabilities to store and package hydrocarbon refrigerants mean that these projects can, in turn, expand. And we’ve already seen how far-reaching the benefits can be.”
Gas Innovations has added a third bulk storage tank at its Texas facility, which has increased its storage capacity to more than 27 000 gal. The company is now able to fill six ocean-going ISO containers with on-site volume.
The company is currently involved in a project to load 255 000 gal. liquid ISOs of ethylene to ship to Africa, where an effort is underway to restart an LNG plant. The company is also servicing a large project in Australia, supplying sufficient quantities of ethane to start up a liquefaction plant.
“With this security of supply, the sky’s the limit,” Madray said. “There are numerous applications for our mixed refrigerants locally, but we can also now take this product and this service to developing downstream oil and gas markets across the world. So our local expertise is also exportable.”
Edited from press release by Callum O'Reilly
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