An accurate undertaking – By Hans-Peter Visser – LNG Industry September 2020 Nearly all LNG deliveries are subject to custody transfer where the LNG cargo is traded from one operator to another operator. Once custody transfer comes into place, contracts are involved. In sales and purchase agreements (SPA’s), the determination of the cargo value will[…]
Early this year ASaP was asked to present a new CEMS system solution for a well-known gas-supplier in the Rotterdam Botlek Area. Their CEMS system needed an upgrade as it had to measure additional components on top of their current CEMS measurement. As the official Channel Partner of ABB, ASaP discussed the possibilities for replacing[…]
ASaP engineers and manufactures LNG analysis and LNG sampling systems with a wide variety of gas analyzing and LNG sampling options and solutions. The cycle time of traditional GC analyzers that are used for LNG measurement and energy determination is several minutes. This can be an issue if gas is being exported out of specification[…]
Refinery hydrogen recycle stream optimization The hydrogen process analyzer HY-OPTIMA 2700 can save you more than $200,000 on a yearly basis in a typical refinery process unit. As hydrogen is an extremely important, valuable, and limited resource within a modern complex refinery. The profitable operation of a refinery is increasingly dependent on effective fuel upgrading[…]
The Phazer conforms to ISO 8943:2007 and surpasses NEN-EN 12838:2000. Your LNG measurement is only as accurate as your provided sample… The Phazer is the only cryogenic LNG probe-vaporizer that provides verifiably accurate and representative LNG samples at 0,5 barg.
One of the successful developments of ASaP’s R&D department is the ASaP Inclined Fall-back Stokes’ Law Flare Gas Probe. This Flare Gas Probe solves the ‘old’ problem of plugging and fouling the probe and the sample conditioning system and the gas analyzers downstream. It ensures that the analyzer system remains protected from unexpected fouling ensuring uninterrupted[…]
The 2nd half of 2019 saw the breakthrough of ASaP LNG technology in the US market. Three American end-users, including the numbers 1 and 2 in the Texas-Louisiana area, selected our LNG sampler and Phazer probe-vaporizer as their standard solution. With many others to follow, we created PET64 based in Houston as our sister company[…]
Are you looking for a H2 measurement? We can provide you a free of charge trial demo unit. H2 measurement December update We are happy to announce that after a successful first trial period, our H2 measurement demo unit is free for measurement again. The unit ran parallel with a CGA-analyzer and the results were[…]
Together with our Belgian partner GGS Oil & Gas Systems (GGS) ASaP executed an order for two Phazers (LNG probe-vaporizers) and one common intermittent LNG sampler. The Phazer is developed for direct insertion into the LNG transfer line. The Phazers and LNG sampler will be installed on the world’s largest FSRU which will be moored in Turkey.
The ABB Advance Optima Integrated analyzer system has a modular design that offers a long-term security in your investment. Analyzer modules can be freely combined into tailor-made solutions and upgraded or extended with new features at any time. Remote modules are easily attached and centrally operated.
ASaP engineers and manufactures LNG analysis and LNG sampling systems with a wide variety of gas analyzing and LNG sampling options and solutions. The ASaP LNG Sampler System conforms to ISO 8943:2007 The ASaP LNG Sampler System is available as an Intermittent or Continuous system The ASaP LNG Sampler System is configurable to suit your[…]
With the increasing demand for the Phazer, ASaP’s unique LNG probe-vaporizer, we are increasing the testing under various circumstances. All regular tests in the ASaP laboratory are performed with Nitrogen at minus 196 °C, but we also test real life situations with LNG at minus 162 °C. recently, such a test was successfully performed at[…]
Bio fuel production requires analytical process measurements at various stages of the production process.
Depending on the feedstock used, gasification can produce significant amounts of the higher hydrocarbons. Knowing what they are and how much is there can lead to tighter process control and provide an early warning system for potentially damaging process upsets.
Ethanol is often referred to as a bio fuel since it can be manufactured by fermenting grains, plant biomass and other organic materials using microorganisms such as yeast cells.
Oxygen level monitoring is another important analysis in bio fuel production. Bio fuel energy, power made from organic materials such as plants and animal waste, represents the classic win-win for farmers, electricity producers and the public.
Combustion processes play a major role in the bio fuels industries, and fuel costs associated with boilers, furnaces, kilns, and process heaters, often account for the majority of the cost of running a plant.
As a result there is a requirement to monitor the environment in and around the plant to ensure that the concentrations of known pollutants remain below the exposure limits.
ASaP is the expert for comprehensive analytical solutions for high performance, high quality process analysis. What that means in terms of applications, products, and services, you can find in our brochure. ASaP Application Brochure
Osomo Projects BV has built a Bio-LNG production test system that gives insight in effectively processing biogas to bio-LNG. For this purpose a patented technology from iLNG is used, which has a unique process line-up that is significantly more simple, effective and stable than conventional existing LNG production facilities . With this test facility the[…]
The analyses of sulfur containing components in the different industrial gasses is a widely used measurement in the industrial environment. Sulfur is present in raw energy products when extracted from its sources for processing. Crude oils, raw coal and natural gas sources all contain sulfur in different concentrations and structure. Before crude oils are distilled[…]
The biotechnology industry has expanded rapidly over the past five years with growth rates consistently above 15%. The growth has been fueled by the increasing use in therapeutics of large molecules based on fermentation rather than the more traditional synthesis of small molecules. This has placed greater demands for quality control on all aspects of[…]