Linde Process Plants is currently discussing their approach to standardisation of NGL and LNG plants at the DUG Midcontinent Conference and Exhibition held from the 2nd to the 4th of March in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The conference will be held at the Cox Business Center as part of a conference series produced by Hart Energy that is focused on developing unconventional oil and gas resources.

LPP, a member of the Linde Engineering Division of The Linde Group, is a global leader in the growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural gas liquids (NGL) markets.  LPP will showcase their standard NGL plant (STANDARD-PLUS™) product at the exhibit, which was 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™).

The company also offers a LNG standard plant (StarLNG™) concept, which is pre-engineered using custom LNG technology & expertise in modular design & fabrication. Each of the standard LNG sizes, 100,000 GPD, 250,000 GPD, and 500,000 GPD are optimised for a variety of feed gas conditions using state-of-the-art engineering tools to achieve unparalleled performance and flexibility to customers. The new LNG standard plant (StarLNG™) concept integrates perfectly into Linde’s standard NGL plant (STANDARD-PLUS) providing ultimate performance and cost savings.

At booth #632, LPP representatives will be available to explain the benefits of standardisation with regards to cost and schedule for both types of plants. The advantage to the customer is that Linde can do everything from equipment sale to a fully designed plant including construction.