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Rocky Mountain GTL’s “first of its kind” modular facility now under construction offers the efficiency of a large facility on a smaller scale with better economics.
Our patented EGTL™ technology and current design infrastructure used in this plant is a smarter way to make synthetic diesel (and jet fuel) from natural gas and natural gas liquids feedstock.
Carseland Alberta Facility
RMGTL Carseland, Alberta Canada GTL Plant
Rocky Mountain GTL’s first EGTL™ plant in Canada is being built in Carseland, Alberta, located 50 km east of Calgary. The plant will be capable of producing ~470 barrels per day of superior synthetic diesel fuel from 5000 mcf of natural gas and natural gas liquids.
The plant design is for low emissions, full water recovery and recycle, and integrated waste-heat recovery to generate power for the plant. Production is estimated for second Quarter 2020.
Future plants are being engineered to be scalable to produce up to +5000 barrels per day.
Rocky Mountain GTL’s feedstock flexible EGTL™ technology & Greyrock’s Direct to Fuel Production™ catalyst create a unique integrated process allowing for a smaller, modular facility and a ‘one-stop’ sustainable fuel source where resources can be produced, processed and consumed in local or regional markets—or supply international demand.
In addition to creating skilled-labour employment opportunities for Caresland, the plant complements an existing gas plant and infrastructure already in the area, adding convenience and cost-effective benefits.
Our facilities can be stand alone to reach stranded gas reserves or built in parallel to existing gas plants, as in Carseland, allowing for take-away capacity or market opportunities. Our communities can take pride in producing their own paraffinic diesel.