A special program produced with the support of the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR), EFI's Gas Flare and GHG Reduction Forum will bring together stakeholders responsible for technologies, strategies, projects and policies aimed at the recovery and conversion of associated and stranded natural gas and the reduction of GHG emissions.
Presentations from EFI member companies and special invited guests include:
Flare Reduction | Perspectives from a range of experts focused on the reduction and elimination of gas flaring in scenarios including stranded and associated gas, operations, and well completions. The session, opened with a keynote talk by Nobel laureate Susann Nordrum of Chevron, will cover various-scale conversion technology routes to monetize stranded gas, flaring and venting reduction strategies, recent success stories and current developments.
Gas Monetization | An exploration of the pathways being explored by resource owners, operators, and technology providers to monetize natural gas, methane, ethane, and NGLs, and analysis of the dynamics related to the Bakken formation and other regions attracting significant amounts of investment and infrastructure.
Small-Scale & Modular GTL | A session focusing on emerging commercial deployment of small-scale GTL and syngas technologies and the opportunities they present in North America and elsewhere for both offshore and distributed conversion of natural gas and other feedstocks into fuels (diesel, gasoline, DME) and chemicals. The session will feature updates from companies at the vanguard of commercial activities in this area including CompactGTL, SGC Energia, Primus Green Energy, and Oberon Fuels.
Gas-to-Products | Insight from stakeholders into the dynamics of some of the gas-to-products projects under consideration or planned in North America, and how the lowest NGL prices in more than a decade are affecting these.
North American GTL | Updates from the first commercial GTL projects in North America, including the $100 million transformation of a dormant steam methane reformer in Louisiana into the Juniper GTL facility for the production of diesel, waxes and naphtha.
Additional program information added as confirmed