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Gas Flare Monetization Forum & Site Visits

Sheraton Denver Downtown

Denver, Colorado

17 - 20 May 2016

A special program produced with the support of the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR), EFI's Gas Flare Monetization Forum brings together stakeholders responsible for technologies, projects, strategies and policies aimed at the recovery and monetization of associated and stranded natural gas. Business casual attire 

Schedule

Day 1

Tuesday, 17 May

11.00 Registration opens

13.00 Forum commences

18.30 Welcome reception 

Day 2

Wednesday, 18 May

07.30 Continental breakfast

08.30 Forum recommences

12.30 Lunch

18.30 Reception & dinner

Day 3

Thursday 19 May

07.15 Continental breakfast

08.15 Forum recommences
12.30 Lunch

Forum program concludes


Optional Site Visit program
13.30 Depart hotel for Site Visits 1 & 2 
17.00 Return to hotel
17.00 Depart hotel for Site Visit 3
Overnight Williston, North Dakota

Day 4

Friday 20 May

07.30 Continental breakfast
08.00 Depart hotel for Site Visit 3

16.15 Return to airport
Site visit program concludes

 

 Detailed Forum Schedule

Forum Program

ELIMINATION & MONETIZATION STRATEGIES

 

 

 

 

 

Zero Routine Flaring and Other International Efforts for
Global Gas Flare Reduction

Nadiège Ayitoe Meyo

Senior Oil and Gas Specialist
Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR)
The World Bank
 

 

New Players and Better Technology: The
Small-Scale GTL Landscape

Theo Fleisch

Director
Fuel Conversion Solutions

 

 

Facilitating Sustainable Development of Light
Hydrocarbon Resources from Unconventional Gas

Fabio Ribeiro
CISTAR Engineering Research Center
Purdue University

 

 

SMALL-SCALE & MODULAR CONVERSION

 

  

 

 

 

 

Demonstrating Small-Scale GTL in North America:
INFRA Technology's 100 BPD Pilot Plant

Dale Goynes
Chief Operating Officer

INFRA Technology

 

 

First Standard Commercial Modular Flared Gas

GTL System

George Boyajian

Chief Commercial Officer

Primus Green Energy

 

 

Rolling Out Smaller Scale GTL: Current
Commercialization and Future Projects

Philipp Stratmann

Business Development Director
Velocys

 

 

Stranded Gas to Engineered Fuel via MEC's
Mobile Refinery Unit

Chand Jagpal
President

ME Resource

 

 

PROCESS AND TECHNOLOGY PATHWAYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dow Options for Flare Elimination

Ajay Badhwar
Global Strategic Market Manager
Dow Oil & Gas

 

 

 

OTM Solid State Combined Reforming -
Progress Update

Shrikar Chakravarti

Director

OTM Analysis and Business Development

Praxair
 

Co-Conversion of Natural Gas and Biomass to Transportation Fuels: Techno-Economic and Process Engineering Perspectives
Asad Sahir
National Bioenergy Center
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

 

 

The SPARG Process - Reforming at Sulfided Conditions

Esben Sorensen

Syngas Technology Specialist

Haldor Topsoe


 

 

Emerging Nano-Scale GTX Solutions for Associated Gas
Dave Edlund
Chief Executive Officer

Element 1

 

 

Update on Standard Alcohol's 750 bpd Project
Peter Tijm
Chief Technology Officer

Standard Alcohol

 

 

 

 

Flare Elimination via Vapor Recovery
Peter Mueller
Chief Executive Officer

EcoVapor Recovery Systems

 

 

Using Thermal Oxidation to Produce Power and Heat from Low-Pressure, Low-Quality Gas Streams
Michael Cormier
Business Development Director

Dresser-Rand

 

Additional presentations added as confirmed

FLARE TO FUEL & POWER

 

 

 


 

 

Solutions for Monetizing Flared Gas
Mark Agee

Vice President

Business Development & Licensing
Emerging Fuels Technology

 

 

Doug Miller

Vice President, Managing Director

Global Technology Oil & Gas

Black & Veatch

 

 


 

Flare-to-Fuel via Direct Fuel Production

Robert Schuetzle

Chief Executive Officer

Greyrock Energy


 

 

From Flare to Fuel - Last Mile Fueling Solution Demonstrations in the Bakken
Jed Tallman
Manager, Market Development
Ferus Natural Gas Fuels


 

Mobile, Modular, Scalable Alkane Gas
Recovery and Separation - Commercial Flare
Reduction and Monetization
Robert Zubrin
President
Pioneer Energy

 

 

OPTIONAL SITE VISITS

 

Site Visits 1 & 2 | Mobile Flare Gas Recovery Unit Production and Operation
Pioneer Energy
Denver region, Colorado

 

Site Visit 1
An updated briefing and first hand look at the production floor of Pioneer Energy's Mobile Alkane Gas Separator (MAGS*) production facility near Denver, MAGS units under construction, and the remote operations center where MAGS units currently deployed in North Dakota and elsewhere are being controlled and monitored.

 

Site Visit 2

A visit to a Ward Petroleum well pad near Denver to see recently installed MAGS units in operation, including flare capture, NGL recovery and storage.

 

*Pioneer's MAGS is a natural gas processing system that can separate natural gas liquids from associated gas at the well, producing a dry methane stream available for onsite power generation or for conversion to CNG.

 

 

Site Visit 3| Flare Gas Capture and Monetization in the Bakken

GE Oil & Gas, Ferus, Statoil

North Dakota

 

A briefing and guided tour of one of the three flare gas capture demonstration sites associated with GE and Ferus Natural Gas Fuels' Last Mile Fueling Solution pilot project in the Bakken, being done in collaboration with Statoil.

 

Flare gas capture from production facilities, NGL stripping, compression, and filling of tube trailers will all be covered, in addition to end-use consumption of the gas as fuel. This visit is to a different site than that visited by EFI in 2015.

 

Please note:  Site visits are consecutive, and participation in the first two, the third, or all three can be selected during the online forum registration process.  Space on site visits is limited, and registration is being accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.  When all available places on a site visit have been reserved, registration for the site visit will no longer be offered or available.

 

Site Visits 1 & 2: Participation (subject to capacity restrictions - see above) requires registration but there is no additional cost. 

 

Site Visit 3: Participation requires registration and a fee of $290 (covering overnight accommodation in Williston, North Dakota, meals and transfers*).  Flights from Denver to Williston are not included in the fee - *please see document below for detailed information on site visit arrangements.n and flights for the visit.

  

 Site Visit 3 guidance

 

 

 

 Forum Registration

 Forum Accommodation

 

Click Here to Register

Forum Registration (per delegate)

 

Option 1:  Delegate

US$ 1,150
Option 2:  Delegate | Government & Non-Profit US$    750
Option 3:  Delegate | Multiple (>1 registrant) US$    650
Option 4:  Guest (spouse/partner) US$    150

  

Forum registration (options 1 - 3) includes:

Tuesday forum, welcome reception and break; Wednesday forum, breakfast, lunch, breaks, reception and dinner; Thursday forum, breakfast, lunch and break, Site Visit 1 & 2;  all available documentation.

 

Guest registration fee (option 4) includes: Tuesday welcome reception; Wednesday reception and dinner.

 

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

1550 Court Place
Denver, Colorado 80202
Tel.:   +1-303-893-3333
 
 
 
 

The cost of accommodation is not included in the registration fee. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel for forum attendees at a group rate of $249 (single or double room, excluding tax) per night for a standard guest room, including complimentary wireless internet access in guest rooms.

 

Reservations at the EFI group rate can be made in the following manner:

 

1.  Online: Use the following link, set up specifically for EFI forum attendees, to make a reservation online:

EFI reservation link

 

2.  By telephone:  Call the hotel's reservation department directly on the following number and request the "Energy Frontiers International" rate when making the reservation: 1-888-627-8405

 

PLEASE NOTE

1) The EFI group guestroom block was guaranteed until 25 April - after this date, or once the room block was filled (whichever comes first), EFI is unable to guarantee room or rate availability.
2) The EFI group hotel rate is only available with reservations made following the instructions above - reservations made in any
    other manner (e.g. via the hotel's regular website or a travel agent) may be charged at a higher rate.
3) After the reservation deadline EFI will no longer be able to guarantee room availability.  Contact the EFI Secretariat
    (secretariat@energyfrontiers.org) should you require assistance in getting a hotel reservation at the Sheraton Denver Downtown.
 

Cancellation Policy

 

A full refund of the registration fee will be given for cancellations received in writing on or before 29 April 2016. No refund will be given for cancellations received after this date.  Substitutions are welcome at any time.

 

 



 


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