I don’t have any numbers on this but if this is an economical way to put flares out, I am fine with it. There must be tens of thousands of such opportunities worldwide. Not only gas flares but also landfills, coal mines, biomethane producers, … It’s small, it can be brought there with a flatbed truck trailer, it requires minimal site preparation, it can be re-employed if the first site is down although I wonder what kind of retooling would be required in order to account for the changed composition of the gas. Plus I would strive to recover CAPEX on the first employment so I drag written off equipment around which makes economics better. Well done.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplier Edge Gathering Virtual Pipelines 2 (Edge) has produced and delivered its LNG in the US.