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  • QUESTOR TECHNOLOGY INC. Waste Gas Incineration I i ti Technology ServingGovernment, Industry and Community TOTAL 2011
  • QUESTOR TECHNOLOGY INC.Questor Technology Inc. (“Questor”) Inc is an international environmental nvironmentaltechnology company specializing incustom solutions to eliminate flaredggas. Our products enable our clients p to operate cost effectively in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner.
  • WHY QUESTOR?High efficiency combustion is key to improving airquality and assisting in energy efficiency.Improvement of air quality is one of the keyI t f i lit i f th kelements to sustainable development worldwide.Incineration technology optimizes energyutilizationQTI develops ‘application-specific’ solutions p pp p
  • INEFFICIENT COMBUSTIONUpstream Refining/Petrochemical Flare pit
  • COMBUSTION OF HYDROCARBONS 99.99% combustion requires the right mix of air and fuel CH4 + 2 O2 = heat + CO2 + 2 H2O Methane + Oxygen = heat + Carbon Dioxide + WaterPoor combustion results in the creation of: Unburned hydrocarbons Carbon C b monoxide id Volatile organic hydrocarbons or VOC’s (benzene, styrene, toluene, xylenes etc.) Sulfur compounds besides to SO2 (H S, ( 2S carbonyl sulfide, carbon disulfides, f fmercaptans) + over 250 other compounds identified in the research
  • EFFICIENT COMBUSTIONWelltesting/Workover Gas processing Acid gas
  • FLARING INCINERATION Difficult to measure efficiency Measured independently at 99.99% and varies from site to site consistently Heavily influenced by crosswinds Combustion occurs in a closed allowing gases to escape chamber unaffected by winds unburned Difficulty burning rich gases often High temperatures efficiently burn producing soot deposits and rich gas. Air pre-mixed with the black smoke (BTEX, VOC, PAH) ( , , ) waste gas prior to combustion Entrained liquid droplets Not effected by liquid droplet size decrease combustion efficiency Visible flame No visible flameBased on ARC and U of A Findings:
  • QTI INCINERATORSProprietary gas bP i burnercontrol creates a highvelocity vortex yAir is naturally drawn inAir and fuel is pre-mixedRefractory lined chamber o– 1200 C stack top temperatureOptimal SO2 dispersionwith velocity temperature velocity, temperature,and effective height>99.99%>99 99% efficiency
  • LOW GROUND HEAT RADIATION Safety Facility integration Personnel safety Minimal heat radiation Eliminates fire hazard Permafrost protection Q3000 Portable Incinerator
  • INCINERATION APPLICATIONS Permanent Dehydration facilities Acid gas & tail gas Solution gas Plant turnarounds Waste water treatment In S operations Situ FPSO offshore Portable Coal bed methane Well testing and workovers Early production testing Pipeline blowdowns p Landfill waste gas
  • INNOVATIVESOLUTIONSBenzene Destruction Dehydration app Meet regulations Integrated package Reduced footprint Smaller l S ll lease sizei Reduced piping 80% less fuel used Heat recovery Four month payout Dominion Transmission West Virginia Q250 Incinerator Unit
  • Questor Incinerator HeatQuest Heat Recovery Process Waste Water Vapourizing Gas to Further Processing Tank Vapours Production StorageInlet Gas Tanks QTI-HX-VAP Inlet Separation HeatQuest Exchanger Acid Gas Hot water to Water to be be vaporized heated in in Combustion Exchanger g Chamber Amine Regenerator Vaporize process waste water Waste gas and eliminate trucking and Combustion Flash Gas disposal expenses Still Column Vapours Flash Waste Water Vessel PUMP Glycol Dehydration
  • ACID GAS INCINERATION Alberta Environment approval 20% H2S/60% CO2 538° C stack temperature 20 MJ/m3 heating value continuous SO2 monitoring Reduced fuel usage:1410 m3/d to 290 m3/d (50 to 10 mcf/d) 80% reduction in fuel - reduced operating costs Four month payout No issues with air quality Opportunity to generate greenhouse gas credits Compton Clayhurst Facility Q250 Incinerator Unit
  • OILSANDS IN-SITU FLUE GAS COMBUSTIONPetrobank,Petrobank, Saskatchewan <1% H2S 99% CO2 and N2 S, Safe and efficient destruction of H2S in low heat content produced gas Significant cost savings with the reduced fuel gas usage Replacement of existing flares with incinerators Improved air quality Significantly reduce noise levels Q3000 Incinerator Unit
  • PUBLIC CONFIDENCE Q250 Portable Incinerator
  • PUBLIC CONFIDENCENEXEN Well Abandonment 34% H2S Calgary, Calgary, Alberta Q3000 Incinerator Unit
  • SHALE GAS: Antero: United States Antero: No smoke odor or flame smoke, Environmental integrity Regulatory compliance Landowner acceptance Reduced operating costsQ3000 Incinerator Unit
  • WELL TESTING: Sinopec, China 20 MMscf/d of 18% H2S AND 10% CO2 Q3000 Incinerator Units
  • WELL TEST SHALE GAS: Schlumberger, GermanyFlare eliminationEU compliance99% measurable efficiency ySocial acceptanceTransportation easeTandem utilization Q3000 Incinerator Units
  • FPSO: North SeaSafe and efficient combustion of H2Swaste gas streamsSignificant reduction in H2SemissionsComply with platform spacing anddesign for offshore environmentMeet all IEEE and ASME codesReplacement of existing flare systemSafety of personnel critical
  • HeatQuest - Electric Power Generation CONDENSER PUMP TURBINE GENERATOR QTI-HX-PGWaste Gas Rankine CycleIncinerator Power Plant EVAPORATOR HeatQuest Exchanger Optional: Excess heat from Waste gases other sources Waste gas from various Combustion sources PUMP
  • Organic Rankine Cycle Waste Heat to Power 26
  • CLIENTS
  • CLIENTS
  • ADVANTAGES OF QTI INCINERATION TECHNOLOGY High performance: >99.99% combustion efficiency NO flame, NO odor, NO smoke Improves air quality and reduces negative health impacts Competitive capital cost Economical solution: low operation costs Accountability: measurable and auditable results (Regulatory) QTI has years of extensive combustion experience Ensures social acceptance Contributes to sustainable development High productivity: optimal energy utilization CDM opportunities Heat utilization and power generation opportunities
  • COST REDUCTION PUBLICFOR CLIENTS CONFIDENCE QUESTOR TECHNOLOGY INC www.questortech.comENVIRONMENTAL OPROTECTION #1121, 940-6th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. T2P 3T1 (403) 571 1530 (Phone) 571-1530 (Ph ) (403) 571-1539 (Fax) +(403) 539-4374 Contact: Ritchie St C t t Rit hi Stagg Director of Sales rstagg@questortech.com