On May 18, 2016, Dale Goynes, INFRA’s Chief Operating Officer spoke at the 2016 Gas Flare Monetization Forum organized by Energy Frontiers International with the support of the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR). The conference brings together stakeholders responsible for technologies, projects, strategies and policies aimed at the recovery and monetization of associated and stranded natural gas, and the reduction of GHG emissions which took place in Denver this year.
Mr. Goynes' presentation entitled “Demonstrating Small-Scale GTL in North America:INFRA Technology’s 100 barrels-per-day plant” focused on the path to completion of the INFRA’s first commercial GTL plant. With this unit, first in the series, INFRA offers an economically viable solution for elimination of flaring and monetization of associated gas. The plant is going to be commissioned in the second quarter of 2016 near Houston, Texas.
INFRA’s modular transportable GTL (gas-to-liquids) unit is based on the direct conversion of natural gas into synthetic oil, produces 100 barrels of synoil from 1 million standard cubic feet of gas per day and has compact (less than 4,000 square feet) footprint.
Mr.Goynes shared the EPCIC process as well as the operations executed by INFRA and invited the forum’s delegates to visit Mark 100 in full operation in October 2016 in Houston.