Gas to liquids (GTL)
Gas to liquids (GTL)
Builders of Oryx GTL, provider of engineering services to Sasol including design of its leading Fischer Tropsh reaction section
- Full support from concept to start-up
- Developing environmental protection measures
We’re one of the few experienced contractors able to manage global-scale gas-to-liquids (GTL) facilities. Providing management services to Sasol, the top GTL technology licensor we offer engineering and design services that they have counted on for decades. They value our know-how and our own developed technologies in areas such as gas processing, syngas, fluidized bed reactor design and refining.
We accompany our clients through a gated project development process. We start with conceptual studies, followed by front-end engineering design (FEED). We can go further, providing detailed design, procurement and construction services.
Trusted to manage GTL mega-projects that span the globe, we are also equipped to help our clients develop environmental protection measures. These include NOx and SOx emission abatement, wastewater treatment and waste management.
Strengthening licensing partner alliances
Aligning GTL knowhow with proprietary technologies
Sasol. Haldor Topsøe. These are some of the biggest names in the GTL business. Topsoe’s SynCOR technologies and Sasol’s Fischer-Tropsch technologies have been licensed into several world-scale GTL ventures. And for decades, we have partnered with them to bring value to our mutual clients in the industry.
We managed Sasol’s Fischer–Tropsch reactor improvements project and now provide FELservices for Sasol’s fully owned and JV projects using Sasol’s GTL technology on a preferred basis.
Haldor Topsøe and Sasol recently agreed to begin jointly licensing their GTL technologies.
With this new agreement, we are designated as the pre-approved contractor to provide licensor engineering support and carry out front-end engineering design, detailed design, procurement and construction, as well as the exclusive PDP provider for Sasol’s section of the license.