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OIL & GAS PRODUCER INVESTS IN GAS-TO-WATER (GLYCOL) ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM
This oil and gas producer is the 5th largest in the world and in the top three gas producers in Canada. In 2011 total production from its 80+ natural gas production and processing sites in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan exceeded 193 million BOED (Barrel of oil equivalent).
- Reliable and sustainable performance characteristics in adverse conditions
- Unit offers ease of logisitcs and installation
- Cost and speed on manufacture and delivery
In 2011, company officials recognized that their existing conventional waste heat recycling unit was failing to deliver the performance necessary to service their building heating needs. The site at Berland is remote with challenging geographical and meteorological conditions. Reliability and durability are important criteria when considering waste heat recovery technology.
Exhaust temp in: 850° F
Exhaust temp put: 356° F
Ambient air temp in: 112° F
Ambient air temp out: 194° F
Exhaust mass flow: 14,470 Kg/h
Energy recovered: 1,190 kW
Payback period: <12 months
In March 2013 a follow up study was conducted establishing that not only was the unit operating above design expectations, but no measureable drop in yield had been experienced since installation.