On November 10, 2016 Dmitry Popov, INFRA’s VP Commercial, presented at the North Texas GPA Midstream Association annual meeting - Consolidation to Economic Basins 2016 in Dallas, Texas.
During this gathering, participants exchanged ideas and discussed developments taking place in gas processing industry, along with opening dialogs about improving operational processes and cost savings. Dmitry Popov, on behalf of INFRA Technology, shared with the audience most current commissioning prospects of INFRA’s M100 GTL Plant in Wharton, TX, referring to its scalability and efficiency which is making INFRA’s GTL technology economically sustainable and feasible solution for regional basins.
The discussions were carried in close interrelationship with legislative proposals related to regulatory reforms aimed to promote sustainable development of feasible solutions for oil and gas industry in general and midstream, in particular.
INFRA provides solutions for monetization of stranded gas fields, including remote, offshore and shale gas reservoirs, and offers a feasible solution to eliminating associated petroleum gas flaring. The company’s GTL units produce value-added light synthetic oil, fully compatible with the existing oil industry infrastructure, processes and technologies.
About the North Texas GPA
NTGPA is a Non-Profit Organization committed to serve as a forum for exchanging ideas and information regarding the Midstream Industry and provide opportunities for social interaction with others involved in the industry in the local North Texas area.