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08 February 2022, 14:00 to 15:00

Webinar: Enhanced Subsea Gas Tiebacks – Pseudo Dry Gas (PDG)



08 February 2022, 14:00 to 15:00


Online via Zoom 

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Since 2018 the Net Zero Technology Centre has been involved in the development of the Pseudo Dry Gas (PDG) technology. We are now delighted to be supporting a further phase of development, part funded by Scottish Enterprise, which will build and live test the first full scale, high pressure preproduction model.

The PDG technology is being developed by Worley Group and is being applied to develop stranded or remote gas reserves by removing fluids at the earliest point of accumulation at multiple locations, resulting in near dry gas performance.

This technology aims to solve liquid management issues and subsequently allows for energy efficient transportation of the subsea gas enabling dramatic reductions in emissions. Due to a greater amount of gas recovered with a much lower power requirement, the CO2 emissions per ton of gas produced via the PDG concept is by an order of magnitude (<70-90%) lower than conventional ‘energy add’ methods.

Please join us for our online webinar to hear from Worley and the industry sponsors as we kick-off this 16 month R&D project.

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