Following installation of the steam-methane reformer, INFRA installed the first three process modules for the M100 GTL plant at the production site. Process modules deliveries mark yet another important project execution milestone for INFRA’s first commercial GTL plant for processing natural gas into synthetic crude oil. Rest of the containerized modules will be delivered over the period of the next few weeks.
All modules have been designed and built in the dimensions of the standard shipping containers, which means that they were delivered to the site by regular trucks, and were unloaded and set into position by a single crane lift.
Kaan Akyalcin, INFRA’s CEO, commented: “This state-of-the art plant confirms our full cycle project execution capabilities as well as our commitment to enable economically feasible gas monetization for our clients.”
Infra Technology has developed and patented a feasible, proprietary Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) technology, based on the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis process, for the production of light synthetic oil and clean liquid synthetic transportation fuels from natural and associated gas, as well as from biomass and other fossil fuels (XTL).