17/06/2021

Webinar: Towards Net Zero. How to accelerate decarbonization in Oil & Gas industry

Learn how you can accelerate the decarbonization in the Oil&Gas industry using EXERGY's Organic Cycle technology. 


Join us in this upcoming webinar "Towards Net Zero: how to accelerate decarbonization and energy efficiency in Oil & Gas industry" on 17th June at 15  PM (BST)  on Business Review Webinars platform. 

The increasing social and environmental pressure to accelerate the energy transition presents the Oil & Gas industry with a new challenge: to rethink its business models and operations to secure a central role in a changing energy economy. No doubt, the primary issue the industry must answer in the short-term is how to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, which today account for 15% of the world’s energy-related emissions. Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) is one of the most advantageous, proven and easily-implementing technology, enabling the recovery of exhaust heat from Oil & Gas processing and refining to produce clean electricity.

EXERGY’s new generation ORC technology based on the Radial Outflow Turbine (ROT) offers a major opportunity, thanks to a simple and customisable design that can lower investment costs by increasing the efficiency of systems and their profitability.

In this webinar our sales director Marco Frassinetti and Nicola Frascella, Senior Proposal Engineer will give you an insight of:

• The basics of the ORC technology and the advantages of ORC compared to steam heat recovery systems for low-to-medium size applications.
• The unique features of EXERGY’s ORC systems based on the ROT. 
• EXERGY's solutions for effectively recovering waste heat in the Oil & Gas industry, such as in refining and other hot stream processes, LNG processes and from gas turbines in gas compressor stations. Technical details and hypothetical business plans will outline the major advantages offered by EXERGY's customised solutions. A real-world case study of a waste heat recovery application in a LNG regasification terminal in Thailand will show how this solution provides significant environmental benefits, cost savings and fast paybacks.

 

Register Now for free  to attend the webinar! 


 

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