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Búsqueda de socios (CE-SC5-06-2018). Recuperación de gas natural (CH4) en gases de combustión quemados constantemente en entornos de procesamiento de petróleo y gas que generan emisiones atmosféricas severas

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDUK20171207002
Publicado:
09/01/2018
Caducidad:
31/01/2018
Resumen:
Una universidad británica está interesada en investigar la viabilidad económica del uso de la tecnología GTW (gas to wire) como elemento integral en la gestión de la combustión de gas. El objetivo es evaluar la viabilidad tecnológica y económica de la purificación del gas quemado potencial y utilizar los componentes recuperados como materia prima en otros procesos. La universidad busca socios de los sectores de procesamiento químico y petróleo y gas para desarrollar los procesos y tecnologías de recuperación de gas natural dentro de la convocatoria CE-SC5-06-2018, cuya fecha límite es el 27 de febrero de 2018 y cuyo plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 31 de enero.

Details

Tittle:
Partner Search CE-SC5-06-2018 - Recovery of natural gas (CH4) from flue gas which is continuously flared in oil and gas processing environments giving rise to severe environmental emissions
Summary:
A UK University will research on the economic viability of using gas to wire technology as an integral component of gas flare management. The objective is to evaluate the technological feasibility and economic viability of purifying potential flare gas and using the recovered components as raw materials for other processes. Partners are sought from the chemical processing and oil and gas sectors to develop the processes and technologies for recovery of natural gas under the call CE-SC5-06-2018.
Description:
The environment is increasingly being endangered by the introduction of greenhouse gases which are continuously produced from gas flaring due to intense processing in the oil and gas sector.

The study proposed here aims to research on the economic viability of using gas to wire (GTW) technology as an integral component of gas flare management.

The key objective would be to evaluate the technological feasibility and economic viability of purifying potential flare gas and using the recovered components as raw materials for other processes.

The benefit is twofold; natural gas (CH4) and H2 would be recovered from flue gas which could be used for other multiple downstream processes, complement the shortfall in energy supply especially in developing countries, and massive reduction on the impact of flared gas on the environment.

The aim is to significantly decrease the volume of gas flared in oil and gas processing environments, increase process selectivity, and higher recovery rates of valuable raw materials in the form of methane and other valuable chemicals (critical raw materials) thereby unlocking substantial reserves of new or currently unexploited/underexploited resources within the EU.

Moreover, the project aims at significantly increasing economic performance of such processes, while also improving significantly the health, safety and environmental performance of the operations throughout the whole life cycle which is considered, including a reduction in waste, and emissions generation and a better recovery of resources from generated waste.

The University already has 3 academic partners and 2 Industrial and now seeks 1 further industrial partner from the chemical processing industry and in the oil and gas sectors to develop the processes and technologies for recovery of natural gas.


Call CE-SC5-06-2018 - New technologies for the enhanced recovery of by-products (RIA)
Application - Two Stage Process

EOI Deadline: 31st January 2018
Call Deadline: 27th February 2018
Advantages and Innovations:
The project will bring a significant positive impact on the environment and develop a cost-effective solution of gas flare management. The products recovered in the process, the natural gas (CH4) and H2, could be used as raw materials for other multiple downstream processes, complement the shortfall in energy supply especially in developing countries, and massive reduction on the impact of flared gas on the environment.
Stage of Development:
Concept stage
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
The University now seeks partners who have expertise in chemical processing and who also operate within the oil and gas sectors to develop the processes and technologies for recovery of natural gas.

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
The University has already selected 5 partners to join this project - 3 academic and 2 industry partners 1 x Industrial Partner is now needed. Type of partner: The University is looking for partners who are preferably from the chemical processing industry who have experience and expertise within the oil and gas sectors. Role: To develop the processes and technologies for recovery of natural gas. Provide data and samples for analysis Allow access to their production environment to enable full appreciation of their processes Guide and/or support the design of a new reactor
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English

Dissemination

Programme-call

Framwork Programme:
H2020
Evaluation Scheme:
2 stage process
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
27/02/2018
Project title and Acronym:
CE-SC5-06-2018