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Prosep’s MAX+ Mixer Hits Gulf of Mexico Market


Published Apr 29, 2017
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Major energy producer to install MAX+ technology at terminal in southern Louisiana (photo: Prosep)

ProSep, technology and service provider for integrated process solutions, has announced it will supply one MAX+ mixer unit to a major energy producer operating in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM). The company will install the technology at a terminal in southern Louisiana.

The intended use for the MAX+ mixer is to extract methanol from crude to meet refinery requirements of below 50 ppm. Refineries penalise energy producers when excessive methanol content is found in crude.

“Each of ProSep’s proprietary mixing technologies is designed and built to customer specifications,” says Gregory Hallahan, Director of Product Development for ProSep. “We are working closely with the producer to verify methanol extraction criteria and ensure that design and fabrication of the unit meet performance requirements.”

The unit is expected to be installed at the terminal in August 2017.

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