The demand for methanol has driven Boost and its consortium partners to launch and lead a methanol project. Methanol facilities of Boost and its consortium partners will use natural gas as the principal feedstock. The methanol production of Boost and its consortium partners will be exported to various destinations.
The demand for petroleum products has driven Boost and other investors to develop a modular refinery project based on the following principles: Flexibility, efficiency, higher quality, reliable refinery operations and clean. The petroleum products will be sold locally.
The demand for condensate has driven Boost and its consortium partners to launch and lead a condensate project. The DMC (dimethyl carbonate) industrial plant or DMC unit – i.e. an onshore demercaptanization unit or an offshore demercaptanization unit on a VLCC converted into FSO – removes mercaptan from condensate. The demercaptanized condensate production of Boost and its consortium partners will be exported to various destinations.
Deep offshore hydrocarbons, once considered to be out of reach, now make up around 30% of the world’s yet-to-be-discovered conventional resources. Their exploitation, which takes place at greater and greater water depths, in increasingly difficult seas and within increasingly isolated reserves characterized by complex fluids, represents a major challenge for the future of energy. Thanks to its experience in deep offshore and […]