Aggregate Project for Pneumatic Devices Phase 2
The project will result in GHG emission reductions through the conversion of low bleed pneumatic controllers to no bleed devices, the conversion of instrument gas to instrument air system, and through the conversion of gas driven pneumatic pumps to electric powered pumps.
The conversion of low-bleed pneumatic controllers to no-bleed devices will reduce GHG emissions by increasing the efficiency of the devices, which will result in a reduction of CH4 and CO2 vented to the atmosphere when compared to the baseline condition.
The conversion of instrument gas to instrument air will result in GHG reductions by eliminating the venting from the associated gas sources. For this conversion, air will supply pressure for the pneumatic devices in place of natural gas in the system. The use of instrument air in place of instrument gas will eliminate CH4 and CO2 that would have been vented to the atmosphere had the project not occurred. The use of instrument air results in the reduction of GHG emissions from several pneumatic devices, which include level controllers, pressure controllers and other devices. Air compression will be powered by solar power systems, electricity, gas driven engines or thermoelectric generators (TEG).
The conversion of pneumatic pumps to solar or electric powered pumps will reduce GHG emissions by eliminating the venting of gas from chemical injection pumps. The continuous venting gas from the actuation of the pumps will be eliminated as this will be achieved through electricity or solar power.
Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions from Pneumatic Devices
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