SPATCO installs first North American Galileo Cryobox unit for Terra Energy

SPATCO Energy Solutions, a North America distributor for Galileo USA, has completed installation and two months of operation of the first North American Galileo Cryobox Nano Station for Terra Energy Group in North Dakota. This new Cryobox unit, which is a micro-scale natural gas liquefier, in its first month of operation helped prevent the flaring of millions of standard cubic feet of natural gas.

Jeff Dailey, president and CEO of SPATCO Energy Solutions, said, "The Galileo Cryobox is an economic, transportable, and scalable option that is capable of converting gas that is being flared into fuel used in oil & gas field operations.”  

“In SPATCO Energy Solutions, we found a committed and resourceful partner who could work with us, even in adverse winter conditions, through the startup of this new technology,” said Dustin Hancock, president of Terra Energy Group. “In less than four work weeks from the completion of our site preparation activities, with SPATCO’s assistance, we were able to assemble the equipment, train our employees, and engage a service network that will provide routine field maintenance and service, and begin the production of LNG. Today, we’re consistently producing 7,800 to 8,500 LNG gallons per day based on production output from the wells.”

Terra Energy commissioned the Cyrobox liquefier to help its customers reduce both natural gas flaring and their overall fuel spend by capturing their natural gas at the well-pad, liquefying the gas on-site, and transporting the gas to other points of their operations where the gas can then be put to use as a fuel for powering drilling rigs, water heating, and other power generation needs.

The Galileo Cryobox is a small-scale, transportable LNG production plant capable of converting pipeline or well-head natural gas into LNG. The Galileo Cryobox can be installed wherever LNG is needed. Each Cryobox is modular, scalable, easy to install and maintain, and capable of generating both LNG and CNG at low operating costs. Cryobox units are remotely monitored and compliant with all international standards. The units operate with little environmental impact, generating low levels of noise and vibration with no emissions. In addition to deployment in oil and gas fields, applications for Cryobox include marine bunkering, rail, mining, heavy duty trucking, and power generation.

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