EFT’s PORTABLE GTL technology reduces emissions and creates a beneficial reuse product for oil and gas operations.
Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT) develops state-of-the-art production methods for making synthetic fuels and specialty products from feedstocks such as natural gas, landfill gas, biomass, municipal solid waste (MSW), coal and bio-derived oils. Their latest micro-scale gas-to-liquids (GTL) plants have greatly reduced the size and cost through recent technology advances and are now being fabricated to capture landfill gas and convert it to renewable aviation fuels. eSPARC and CAMS Midstream immediately recognized the potential for this innovative technology to provide significant cost savings and operational flexibility to the oil and gas market through capitalization of the inherent environmental benefits of the technology.
Introducing the FLARE BUSTER® 25:
FLARE BUSTER® 25 is a nominal 25 BPD mobile, modular, and self- sufficient Micro-Scale GTL plant that produces pumpable Syncrude liquids that will blend directly into conventional oil. The FLARE BUSTER® 25 incorporates advanced controls for remote and unmanned operation, and is completely self-sufficient, generating its own power (optional).
Other features include:
- Two trailer mounted skids (per plant) that consume 250-300 Mscfd of rich associated gas to produce roughly 25 BPD of pumpable Syncrude. Multiple modules can be run in parallel.
- A flexible front-end gas conditioning module to adapt to a variety of gas compositions.
- Optional capability to upgrade pumpable Syncrude to transportation fuel blendstocks (diesel, jet, naphtha).
If you are interested in learning more about this technology or hosting one of these units in a field-trial at an upstream production facility, please call Kat Galloway at 281-217-8233 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Emerging Fuels Technology, Inc.
Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT) is a technology company focused on the development and implementation of methods for producing synthetic fuels and specialty products from a variety of carbonaceous feedstock such as natural gas, biomass, municipal solid waste (MSW), coal and bio-derived oils. The company is one of the world’s foremost authorities on Fischer-Tropsch (FT) and related synthesis. EFT principals have over 100 years combined experience in the FT field. The company provides complete 25 BPD Micro GTL plants and process design packages, and licenses the core technologies needed to implement larger plants. More information can be found at their website: http://www.emergingfuels.com.
About CAMS eSPARC, LLC.
CAMS eSPARC is a full-service environmental consulting firm that delivers expert strategies for permitting and regulatory compliance. eSPARC offers environmental services for businesses in the energy, refining, oil and gas, and manufacturing industries. eSPARC supports some of the largest financial institutions, independent power producers, manufacturers, and private equity firms in the world as an affiliate company of Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS). More information can be found at their website: http://www.camsesparc.com.
About CAMS Midstream
The CAMS Midstream Group has decades of experience in the midstream sector including gathering, processing, transporting, and marketing various commodities such as crude oil, natural gas, NGLs, and LNG. CAMS’ midstream services include due diligence, operational assessments, construction and project management, asset management, operations and maintenance, control center capabilities, finance and accounting, EH&S, and regulatory. More information can be found at their website: http://www.camstex.com/cams/midstream-oil-gas-management.