Air Liquide will participate in the global Gastech exhibition and conference being held in Barcelona, Spain, this week.
The Tier One corporation will showcase the innovative technologies and solutions and know-how available to customers worldwide.
Gastech, held in Fira Barcelona, Gran via, is considered one of the most prominent meeting places for upstream, midstream and downstream gas and LNG professionals to convene and do business.
A pioneer in LNG for more than 60 years, Air Liquide continues to provide customers with advanced and efficient solutions in a context of growing demand, cost competition between energy sources or emission targets.
Located at Stand N100, Air Liquide Engineering & Construction will showcase its unique LNG technologies such as LiquefinTM, SmartfinTM and TurbofinTM, solutions for liquefaction plants of any size.
Other technologies will also be on show such as the suite of natural gas treatment technologies (CO2, Nitrogen, Sulfur removal, Natural Gas Liquids recovery and Helium) for the valorization of natural gas.
The stand will feature a Brazed Aluminium Plate Fin Heat Exchanger manufactured by Air Liquide, a virtual reality tour of its Liquefin technology, and more.
As part of the conference programme, key technology presentations will be delivered by Air Liquide representatives on topics: making stranded gas valorisation possible with membranes technology (17th September, 16:45-17:15, Agenda T2:2); boil off gas reliquefaction on Cardissa bunker vessel using innovative sub-cooler (18th September, 17:00-17:30, Agenda T3.6); and modular construction for multi train plant - Liquefin technology (19th September, 17:00-17:30, Agenda T3:10).
Domenico D’Elia, Senior Vice-President of Sales & Technology at Air Liquide Engineering & Construction, commented, “Participation at Gastech is a unique opportunity to meet with our international customers and showcase how we can contribute to the current challenges they are facing with innovative technologies and solutions.”
Gastech will be held from today until Thursday (20th September).