Gas to Liquids
Gas-to-liquids (GTL) is a process that converts natural gas to liquid fuels such as gasoline, jet fuel, and diesel. This also includes waxes. Watlow offers cleaner thermal solutions to solve the most challenging problems within the GTL process.
Solutions that enable a competitive edge
Watlow solves many of the challenges within a variety of Gas-to-Liquid applications.
Decarbonization, Electrification and the Case for Modern Electric Process Heaters
Companies in liquified natural gas (LNG) and other industries have been taking bold steps to reduce their carbon footprint. The overall strategy of these companies is to tackle carbon emissions not only through alternative energy investment and increased efficiency, but also through converting key industrial processes (like process heating) to electric(rather than fuel-fired). This paper explores pressures to electrify process heating, as well as the role that electric heat exchangers are playing, particularly in light of innovations in the design of these heaters.
Watlow Global Projects
Zhoushan Petrochemical Complex
Thermal System Solution for PDH Reactors, China-2017
Borealis PDH Project
Australia Pacific LNG, Cusrtis Island in Queensland, Australia
CCR Regeneration Heating, Nigeria 2017
Golar Hilli FLNG
Jubail Petrochemical Complex
Thermal System for H2/N2 Regeneration Saudi Arabia- 2012
Santos Basin FPSOs
Texas City, Texas
Wheatstone LNG Facility
Seal Gas Heating System Australia- 2014
Martin Linge Platform
North Sea, Offshore Norway