PROSEP SIGNS CO2 MEMBRANE SUPPLY AGREEMENT WITH GENERON

September 23, 2015

PROSEP SIGNS CO2 MEMBRANE SUPPLY AGREEMENT WITH GENERON
Cutting edge technology transforms hydrocarbon recovery, selectivity and longevity.

ProSep, the oil, gas and water treatment specialist, has signed a collaboration agreement with GENERON, an industry-leading provider of comprehensive gas separation and compression solutions to develop and commercialize a state-of-the-art line of CO2 separation membrane products.
The collaboration, which will cover North America, will see ProSep engineer, manufacture, and distribute gas treatment packages, including GENERON’s innovative membrane technologies, for the oil and gas market.

GENERON’s CO2 membrane filters have superior selectivity, which dramatically increases hydrocarbon recovery and reduced permeate loss. Compared to competitive spiral-wound, flat-sheet membranes, the hollow-fiber membrane technology offers a greater surface area, which significantly reduces the required footprint and weight of the complete system. The technology has been piloted over the last 24 months, with promising results. In one field study at an offshore gas production facility, hydrocarbon recovery improved from 85 to 91 percent, equating to an additional ~ USD $50 million per year in residue gas sales.

John Sabey, CTO of ProSep, says of the collaboration: “Early on we identified a clear fit between our organizations. The strength of ProSep’s many years of experience, large installed base, and knowledge of the Oil & Gas market, process and mechanical design capabilities, fabrication expertise, combined with GENERON’s appetite for innovation, created the perfect partnership. The pilot results are extremely encouraging and we’re excited to take this product to market. The small weight and footprint of the technology, coupled with the increased selectivity and hydrocarbon recovery is something that hasn’t been done before. We’re offering operators the very latest technology for gas treatment.”
Tom Jeffers, CEO of Group, states “the collaboration agreement between GENERON (an Group Company) is a perfect match of the two companies’ capabilities. GENERON is an expert in the design and manufacture of highly specific membrane separation technologies. ProSep has extensive process experience in the natural gas processing industries. The cooperation of the two companies in the field of natural gas sweetening will enable ProSep and GENERON to offer the most efficient gas purification technologies to the market. The savings of 8-15% hydrocarbon processing losses will be a major benefit to our customer bases.”

About ProSep

ProSep is an industry leading provider of integrated process separation solutions to the global oil and gas industry. The company is headquartered in Houston, USA, with operations in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific and delivers an unparalleled portfolio of full lifecycle technologies, products and services to treat oil, natural gas, and water. This diverse and exceptional offering allows operators to enhance performance, reduce costs, manage process streams and meet stringent legislative and environmental demands.

ProSep’s ambitious expansion plans are underway to strengthen its position and drive growth in key oil and gas markets in North and South America, the Middle East, Europe and Asia Pacific.

About GENERON

GENERON is a global technology company and industry-leading provider of gas separation and compression solutions. GENERON specializes in engineering, manufacturing, and servicing Industrial Gas Systems, including;
• Nitrogen Membrane and PSA Generators
• Oxygen PSA Systems
• Membrane Dehydration Systems
• Instrument Air Systems
• Process Gas Solutions, including CO2, Methane, Helium, Hydrogen, SF6, Syngas

Our two manufacturing plants are located in the U.S., and deliver our technologies worldwide from our ISO-9000 facilities. We know that timely products, maintenance, and service is essential to efficient operations, so we have global coverage from our Sales and Service locations in Europe, the Middle East, Russia, China, and Malaysia.