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Dead cow technology to USA

Galileo Technologies wants to repeat the experience of the Neuquén Basin in the United States. The company exports and launches liquefied natural Gas production stations on American soil. Allows you to reduce costs for users.

Galileo Technologies seeks to repeat in the United States the experience it has developed in Argentina over the last two years with the distributed production of liquefied natural Gas (LNG).

In 2018 the group launched in Anchoris, Mendoza, the first thermal power station powered exclusively by natural gas that carry liquefied from isolated wells in the Malargüe area.

The company exports and sets up Stations Cryobox-Trailer LNG Production for the shale gas of the Marcellus reaches consumers in the united States. ” We export to USA the LNG technology we developed for Vaca Muerta, ” said Osvaldo del Campo, CEO of the company.

The firm installed Stations Cryobox-Trailer in the vicinity of Ralstone, in the State of Pennsylvania, looking to replicate the development of LNG in unconventional wells in Vaca Muerta.

The stations, by liquefying the gas in the Wells, acquire commercial quality to be distributed as liquid fuel through a virtual LNG pipeline system that transports the gas in cryogenic isotanes by routes and highways. This system reduces costs to consumers.

The company targets rural communities as potential consumers, power plants for distributed generation, heavy transport and industries that seek to supply gas without seasonality restrictions.

The Cryobox-Trailer takes advantage of the gas that would have remained in the wells to convert it into cheap fuel and avoids the environmental impact and burning by torches, another possible destination of the gas.
“Is what we call the Gas of Third Generation or Gas-3.0, because with LNG we shorten the distance between the wells and the consumers without the need of relying on pipelines or any centralized infrastructure of gathering or compression of gas,” added the CEOde Galileo.

Edge Gathering Virtual Pipelines 2 LLC (EDGE) is responsible for operating the equipment manufactured by Galileo in the United States. The company has as shareholders in Blue Water Energy and Galileo Global Technologies and that, in turn, has a special agreement for marketing services with NextEra Energy Marketing LLC, a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc., the largest energy production and distribution company in the United States.

In the beginning of its operations, the firm has successfully delivered more than 30,000 gallons of LNG to its first customer: Emera Energy Services, Inc. The operation was carried out by G virtual pipeline and managed to transport from a test gas well located about 500 kilometers away.

With our technological contribution to EDGE, we seek to distribute Marcellus ‘ shale gas in a more competitive and efficient way than pipelines.

At the other end of the value chain, Edge benefits hydrocarbon producers because it monetizes gas independently of the productive capacity of the Wells, concluded Casaday.

Edge Gathering Virtual Pipelines 2 LLC (EDGE) is responsible for operating the equipment manufactured by Galileo in the United States. The company has as shareholders in Blue Water Energy and Galileo Global Technologies and that, in turn, has a special agreement for marketing services with NextEra Energy Marketing LLC, a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc., the largest energy production and distribution company in the United States.

We have the capability to distribute LNG to a 60 or 70 percent of the spot price of the market and without jumps, seasonality, benefiting consumers, said Mark Casaday, CEO of EDGE.

In the beginning of its operations, the firm has successfully delivered more than 30,000 gallons of LNG to its first customer: Emera Energy Services, Inc. The operation was carried out by G virtual pipeline and managed to transport from a test gas well located about 500 kilometers away.
“With our technological contribution to EDGE, we seek to distribute Marcellus ‘ shale gas in a more competitive and efficient way than pipelines,” Del Campo said.

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