Waste Heat Recovery

Reducing Emissions

with a Heat Exchanger

A waste heat recovery system will be installed at the West Septimus gas plant in Q3 2021, resulting in improved GHG emission intensities. Crew will be able to reduce the CO2 intensity of the gas plant by 10%, equivalent to the removal of more than 1,600 cars off the road each year. These savings will be achieved through the installation of a new heat exchanger to utilize waste heat from compressor exhaust, and will be using that heat to reduce the fuel required to stabilize condensate.

The reduced natural gas in the condensate stabilization process will also enable the sale of an additional 300 Mcf/day of gas. When this waste heat recovery system is in operation, the reduced gas consumption will result in ~7,700 tCO2e less GHG emissions per year, and condensate stabilization capacity will increase by 20% to 5,000 bbl/d.

7,700 tCO2e/yr

decrease in emissions from recycling heat energy

>1,600 cars/yr

annual equivalent amount removed from this project

3D rendering of proposed system integration