Natural gas may be the fuel of the future?

Although Petrobras’s collapsing of some assets of the gas chain, Brazil today produces growing volumes in offshore fields. According to the ANP, Brazil had record in mid-June, with natural gas production total of 103,500,000 cubic meters per day (m ³/d), surpassing the previous record of 100.4 MMm3/d obtained in December 2015.

Not to mention reinjetados volumes, that if they had a more informed market, could reduce dependence on gas imports from Bolivia and of LNG. The use of the gas has been increasingly frequent and tends to grow even more in the coming years. In the report entitled “the future of natural gas”, conducted by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), scientists considered the natural gas as a viable alternative.

In addition, according to the report, a natural gas-powered plant emits 50 percent less carbon dioxide. Question until the strangeness little attention given to natural gas, which is considered a strategic fuel and transition to a clean energy matrix. And second, data is the fuel that will have higher growth up to 2035.

ENGEVIX, which has as one of its business premises to build a socially inclusive world, environmentally sustainable and economically balanced, is a company that believes in clean natural gas power, being the responsible for the implementation of the infrastructure of the Treatment Unit located at Cacimbas Natural gas (ALLIED), in Linhares (ES), which has a production capacity of 5,500,000 m3/day in the center of Cacimbas.

In addition, the contractor was responsible for the development of Natural gas processing Unit (UPGN) and a unit of Natural gas condensate Processing (INVESTMENT) called “on-site” and a part named “off-site”, with a production capacity of 3,500,000 m3/day. Advances in gas area are enormous and the world lives the golden age, however, still lack the maturity of the market in Brazil for gas become a large gem, as it is considered in other countries.


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