Flare Reduction Energy Recovery
The World Bank estimates that over 5.3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas are flared or vented annually, an amount worth approximately $30.6 billion, that is equivalent to 25% of the United States’ gas consumption and to 30% of the European Union’s gas consumption per year.(*) At the same time, over 400 million tons of CO2 are emitted annually. Instead, this wasteful and highly polluting gas feed stream could be used to produce energy in several forms.
Condensing Vapor back To Liquid – Recycle Flare Gas Into Renewable Energy
Converting Waste Energy To Usable Power
(CH4) is a hydrocarbon that is the primary component of natural gas as well as a very potent and important greenhouse gas (GHG). Because of its properties, capturing and using methane can offer both opportunities to generate new sources of clean energy and mitigate global climate change.
In addition to mitigating global warming, reducing methane emissions can deliver a host of other energy, safety, and local air and water quality benefits. These benefits make reduction projects very attractive.
Producing energy from recovered VOC emissions can also help to avoid the use of higher CO2- and pollutant-intensive energy resources such as wood, coal, and oil.
Natural gas and oil systems account for estimated 18 percent of all anthropogenic methane emissions.
Recycle Flare Gas Into Renewable Energy
Cogeneration provides a steady source of reliable power (steady gas flow = steady power).
Our gen-set module are easily scalable.
Assembly time of 12 – 24 weeks depending on model
On site energy production (no loss of power).
Reduces CO2 footprint.
Let Our Equipment Pay You!
Generate Profits from Lost Product
Why should you settle for equipment that doesn’t pay for itself? Not only does RSI’s equipment operate without requiring an external source of electricity, now our equipment can produce electricity for other uses.
RSI now offers generator modules that interface with our Flare Reduction System. Our systems provide 40kW to 80kW larger units quoted upon request. Produce this electricity by using extracted contaminants as fuel while remaining completely under computerized emissions control.
Successful Projects with Proactive Safety Practices