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Linde to highlight advantages of standardisation for NGL recovery and fractionation

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Linde Engineering North America Inc. (LENA) will discuss their approach to standardisation of natural gas liquids (NGL) plants and how to optimise current assets at the Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference and Exhibition. The conference will be held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on 26 – 28 January 2016, as part of a conference series produced by Hart Energy that is focused on developing unconventional oil and gas resources.

LENA will showcase it's standard NGL recovery plant (STANDARD-PLUS™), designed to provide the same high recoveries, low energy consumption, and rapid transition between ethane recovery and ethane rejection as their custom NGL plant (CRYO-PLUS™). If additional fractionation of the NGLs is required, LENA's standard de-ethaniser and de-propaniser can be added to the gas processing plant.

"Our complete pre-engineered, modularised plant reduces cost and delivery time, and covers the broad range of processing conditions required for shale gas. The range of solutions we provide to the midstream market allows customers to cost effectively process gas and increase the return on existing plant assets," said Tina Edvardsson, Director of Product Management.

LENA will showcase aftermarket products and services designed to help companies process natural gas and natural gas liquids more efficiently. "Our goal is to support customers in getting the most out of their investments. We have many services available that will increase existing revenue streams," said Frank Maupay, Head of Customer Service.

LENA's in-house engineering team offers process design evaluations, simulations and modelling. Economic evaluations and feasibility studies that will de-bottleneck operations and improve efficiency are also options to maximise ROI of current assets.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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