The STG+® Syngas-to-Gasoline system accepts syngas from a variety of applications and converts it into RBOB or high octane gasoline. The GTL units are modular, with standard fixed-bed reactor technology for faster deployment, smaller capex and low operating costs.
How it works
system takes place in a continuous gas-phase closed loop, with no intermediate condensation steps.
The Primus Syngas-to-Methanol STG+® process is comprised of two steps:
- Syngas-to-Gasoline Natural gas or other hydrocarbon gas reacts with steam at a high temperature and pressure to produce syngas (H2,CO and CO2 ).
- Liquid/Gas Separation A series of catalytic fixed-bed reactors convert the syngas into gasoline and water via methanol and dimethyl ether intermediates.
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|Feed Gas Type||Liquid Product||Feed Gas Flow MMSCF/D||Feed Gas Flow NM^3/D||Production Capacity|
|Natural Gas||Gasoline||4-5||110,000-130,000||500 bpd|
|Natural Gas||Gasoline||17-20||450,000-540,000||2000 bpd|
|Syngas||Gasoline||68-80||1.8-2.1 million||2000 bpd|
|Natural Gas||Methanol||4-5||110,000-130,000||160 mt/d|
|Natural Gas||Methanol||17-20||450,000-540,000||640 mt/d|