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G2R-Flex improved current 200 MMSCFD GSP facilities' propane recoveries to greater than 99% in ethane rejection.
BCCK out of Midland, Texas applied the company’s skidded G2R-Flex technology to enhance propane recovery for a cryogenic gas processing facility in Ohio’s Marcellus-Utica Basin. Cryogenic processes require turbocompressors and turboexpanders as part of the process.
According to the company, G2R-Flex improved the current 200 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) gas subcooled process (GSP) facilities' propane recoveries to greater than 99% in ethane rejection. Further, the solution can also be applied to improve performance in ethane recovery. BCCK offered full engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services on the project.
“Our latest design, G2R-Flex, will further optimize recoveries to exceed customer expectations for natural gas liquid (NGL) extraction,” Greg Hall, executive vice president, BCCK, said in a press release.
“There are hundreds of cryo plants battling poor performance related to NGL recovery,” Hall added. “BCCK has used its vast experience with cryogenic gas processing and NGL extraction to develop this simple, efficient, and effective modification for our customer.”