MOSCOW (MRC) -- Tecam has been awarded a new project for volatile organic compounds (VOC) vapour recovery at a petrochemical tank storage plant in Chile, said Hydrocarbonengineering.
Under the terms of the agreement, Tecam and its partner Cool Sorption will supply a Chilean tank storage plant with a vapour recovery unit (VRU) that will be connected to an existing Tecam regenerative thermal oxidiser (RTO). The VRU is expected to recover VOC vapours from storage, handling and distribution of gasoline at their tank farm.
Thanks to the installation of this VRU system, this petrochemical company will be able to recover approximately 500 litres/hr of gasoline during operations at this plant, making the return on investment (ROI) of this project attractive for the customer.
After recovering valuable vapours, the vented gas from the VRU system will be treated in the RTO supplied by Tecam to this customer one year ago. The RTO system was the most optimal solution after analysing the technical requirements of the customer, taking into account the air flow to be treated and the nature and characteristics of the gases emitted.
As per MRC, Tecam, a leading supplier of environmental technology, announces the installation of a new equipment for Volatile Organic Compounds emissions treatment at the production plant that the construction company Onduline has in northern Spain. Thanks to the installation of this turnkey project of environmental technology for emissions treatment, the Onduline production center will be able to eliminate 99.9% of its polluting emissions through an exhaust gas cleaning system that fully respects the environment.
We remind, KBR announced it has been awarded an engineering services contract by Woodside Energy (USA) Inc. for its proposed H2OK liquid hydrogen production facility project in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide a front-end engineering design for Woodside's H2OK liquid hydrogen facility. Cryogenic liquid hydrogen is used in the transportation industry as a fuel for fleets where the combustion of liquid hydrogen produces zero-emissions, with water as the only by-product.