A.I.R.  Flare Gas Recovery


Next-Generation Flare Gas Recovery Minimizes or Eliminates Flaring Flare Gas Recovery is the process of recovering the waste gases that would normally be flared, so they can be used as fuel gas elsewhere in the facility. This results in reduced emissions and cost savings. Flare Gas Recovery systems meet the strict compliance issues of NSPS Ja, the systems work with your existing flare to achieve zero flaring while recovering valuable waste gas that can be reused as fuel or feedstock, the flaring reduces fuel gas consumption; reduces flaring light, noise, and odor; reduces steam consumption Recovering normally flared gases and delivering them back into the facility so they can be processed and re-used as fuel gas by: Removing liquids Compressing gases up to a defined pressure level Cryogenic recovered gases Mobile Alkane Gas Separator (MAGS ®) is a mobile flare gas capture & processing system that can be placed prior to any other gas capture infrastructure. This patented and proprietary flare gas capture system provides best-in-class performance, due in large part to its advanced Cryogenic refrigeration and stripping system. These results in extremely high purity of Natural Gas Liquid (LNG) capture efficiency as well as a dry methane output stream of superior quality suitable for use in on-site power or for production of CNG or LNG. This system completely dehydrates the gas stream through use of a regenerative molecular sieve requiring no consumables. The flare gas capture systems are mobile, modular, and scalable. Mobile Alkane Gas Separators are available with capacities of 400 MCF/day, 1,200 MCF/day and 5,000 MCF/day, and multiple MAGS units can be placed in parallel to meet the capacity needs of any given flare. The mobile flare gas solutions can help you monetize associated gas at your oil refinery, dramatically reducing or even eliminating flaring. The MAGS can reduce your environmental foot print, help you achieve regulatory compliance. The process is also capable of removing and recovering valuable heavier hydrocarbons such as propane and butane. It utilizes a proprietary process that removes the heavier hydrocarbons with high efficiency and minimal additional cost. The heavy hydrocarbons can separated into product streams for each component.