LNG SOLUTIONS – Increasing the Production Rate and Reducing the Emissions of Today’s LNG Chain Facilities
The deployment of MADA’s I-LAES technology at the co-located LNG production plant may increase the yield and efficiency of this plant via recovery of a high-grade cold energy of discharged liquid air evaporation at the LAES for zero carbon emitting and low-cost LNG co-production. Simultaneously, a high-grade exhaust heat energy of the gas-fired independent power generator or LNG plant prime movers is used to superheat the evaporated air before its expansion at the LAES.
Utilizing the MADA’s I-LAES technology at the co-located LNG regasification (import) terminal makes possible to recover a waste heat of LAES charge cycle for LNG evaporation and to use a waste cold from LNG evaporators for reducing a power consumed in air liquefaction process. During LAES discharge cycle a high-grade cold energy of liquid air preheating and evaporation is used for subcooling the recycled LNG in the terminal tanks and cryogenic capture of CO2 emissions from exhaust of gas-fired power generator. A high-grade heat energy of this exhaust is used to superheat the evaporated air before its expansion at the LAES.
Foundational LNG & GASPOLYGEN IP
The MADA Analytics foundational IP for long-duration liquid air energy storage (I-LAES) solutions integrated with LNG production and regasification facilities and for GASPOLYGEN solutions is based on the U.S. patents granted to company’s key personnel and several pending patent applications