INFRA will be featuring prominently with its economically feasible GTL solution at the Gas-to-Market & Energy Conversion Forum, organized by Energy Frontiers International in Houston, Texas on October 26-28, 2016.
Presentation by Mr. Kaan Akyalcin, INFRA’s Chief Executive Officer, will focus on the key advantages of INFRA’s proprietary catalyst and patented Fischer-Tropsch fixed-bed reactor design, which allows to produce premium light synthetic crude oil as a single product without wax stage, and without any waste or by-products. The process is based on INFRA’s proprietary catalyst and patented Fischer-Tropsch fixed-bed reactor design.
Following almost seven years of pilot plant operations, INFRA will be starting up its first commercial-scale GTL plant (M100) later this year. The modular, transportable plant aims to demonstrate efficient, low emission and profitable conversion of natural gas into synthetic crude oil. INFRA’s proprietary technology represents both a technological and an economic breakthrough in the synthesis of liquid hydrocarbon fuels that makes even small-scale GTL plants economically viable.
The Forum schedule includes a guided visit to INFRA’s M100 plant located just outside Houston.
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.
Energy Frontiers International (EFI) is a not-for-profit, non-advocacy association with a global membership of companies involved in emerging energy technologies, fuels, processes and development.