Biogas conditioning systems treat biogas to reach the quality required for use.
Biogas conditioning is a critical process for biogas management. Biogas primarily consists of methane and carbon dioxide, but contains contaminants such as sulfur, silicon and moisture. Some of these elements can damage downstream equipment and can be dangerous to human health. Biogas Conditioning Systems remove the siloxanes, moisture and other contaminants from the sewage, digester and landfill gas to make it suitable for use.
In some cases the caloric value of the biogas needs to be upgraded to reach the quality required for use, in such a case a Biogas Upgrading Systems needs to be installed.
Biomass steam reforming systems gasify biomass to create syngas.
Steam reforming is used for the gasification of dry and wet forms of biomass for the production syngas. Ultra high temperature steam is used to gasify biomass. Syngas can be used as an alternative feedstock for the production of (bio)diesel, (bio) gas, methanol and hydrogen. Petrogas is developing the next generation of steam reforming systems in cooperation with the TU Delft.
We integrate existing chemical production systems with renewable process solutions.
The process industry is changing. Chemical industries have to deal with changing views on energy, logistics, space, environment and safety. Integration of existing process systems with recovered or renewable energy sources. Petrogas works comfortably in both green-field and brown-field projects, our skid-based plants are part of the integrated solution.
Fuel gas treatment systems must work safely and efficiently at all times.
Fuel gas treatment is a critical step to reach optimal performance & efficiency in gas turbine power plants; where even the smallest deviation in power generation efficiency can have huge financial implications over time. Fuel gas conditioning systems, also known as fuel gas treatment systems, are designed to supply clean, treated natural gas according the exact fuel specification required to your gas-driven equipment. Meeting every client’s fuel gas specification consistently is what sets us appart from the competion.
We do this by building quality and reliability into our skid-mounted fuel gas conditioning stations right from the start. The complete turnkey fuel gas conditioning system is factory-tested. We QC everything, from the actuators on the fuel gas inlet valves to the filter cartridges inside the final run filters. We ensure that our systems confirm to the highest quality standards and are designed and configured to consistently reach optimum performance on your site.
That’s why many of the world’s leading Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) contractors, OEM Turbine manufacturers and end-users turn to Petrogas, for peace of mind. We have successfully supplied gas conditioning systems to some of the world’s largest combined cycle power plants, natural gas distribution networks and gas processing plants. Our turn-key process solutions are tried, tested and proven in the field.
Petrogas fuel gas treatment systems are designed and build to provide the fuel quality required to reach optimal performance and maximum lifetime on your gas-driven equipment.
Fuel oil treatment systems condition the fuel oil to meet the exact fuel specifications.
The fuel oil treatment system, also referred to as fuel oil conditioning systems, treat fuel oil to meet even the most stringent fuel specifications standards required for gas turbines.Fuel oils are commonly used as a back-up fuel for gas fired combined cycle power plants or as the main fuel for engine power plants. Petrogas fuel oil treatment systems are custom engineered for your project.
Glycol dehydration & regeneration systems use the absorption process to remove water from gas streams.
Natural gas streams produced by the wells or extracted from storage reservoirs often contain large amounts of water (vapour). Removal of this water from the gas stream is necessary to protect downstream equipment from damage and prevent hydrate formations. Glycol dehydration is the preferred liquid desiccant system that is optimized for the removal of large quantities of water from natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL).
Glycol Dehydration systems are the most common and economical means of water removal from gas streams. Glycol Dehydration systems are also commonly used to dry large quantities of nitrogen or co2 gas streams.
The Glycol Regeneration system is used to recondition the glycol used as a solvent to the purity required for reuse in the glycol dehydration system. The combination of a glycol regeneration system with a glycol dehydration system on site creates a closed loop system, significantly reducing the expenditures on new glycol solvent required for operations.
Our LHG conditioning systems radiate quality and safety, from the basic design to the final touches.
Evaporator systems must work safely and efficiently at all times, so we build quality and reliability into our skid-mounted units right from the start. Every component, down to the valve seal material, is selected for its optimal suitability for every specific situation. Also the operating principle is fine tuned to each case.
That’s why many of the world’s leading Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) contractors and end users turn to Petrogas for peace of mind. We have supplied evaporating systems to refineries, power plants and industrial consumers.
Plastic-to-oil plants turn end-of-life plastics into valuable oil.
Plastic waste is a rapidly increasing problem in our modern world. Although many techniques exist to re-cycle plastic waste, still a large amount of plastics end up in incineration plants, in dump sites and even in nature.
These streams of so called “end-of-life” plastic can actually still be turned into a valuable resource. BlueAlp plastic-to-oil plants can process end of life plastics into valuable oil. In order to convert these plastics safely and reliably into high quality oil the patented BlueAlp™ Process was developed. The oil produced using the BlueAlp™ Technology can be used as a fuel or even as a feedstock for chemical processes.
We are applying the BlueAlp™ Technology in new and innovative ways to help our clients realize the transition towards a sustainable future where they can use recycled waste as a feedstock or fuel.
Steam heating networks can be a sustainable alternative to heat up your processes.
Petrogas is continuously looking for opportunities within the renewable markets. Recently we started to work on the construction of an award winning steam heating project ECLUSE.
During the ECLUSE project are constructing a network of steam and condensate pipes between the thermal Indaver/SLECO processing plants and a number of companies in Waasland Port. This will enable the companies to purchase heat according to their own requirements.
The heating network transports steam – generated during incineration – through an insulated steam pipe to those using the heat. The transport is done efficiently and without appreciable loss using superheated steam at high pressure (40 bar) and high temperature (400 °C).
The hot water passes through condensate piping back to Indaver/SLECO where it is used once again as feedwater in the steam boiler. The pipelines will be around 5 kilometres long and will be laid partly underground, partly above ground. ECLUSE applies a solidarity principle for its heat extractors.
The ECLUSE project won the Belgian Sustainability Award in 2016 and the Belgian Energy and Environment Award in 2017, the project realizes co2 saving similar to 50 windturbines. How much can you save at your site?
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