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In the last several years membrane-based gas separation applications are gaining a larger acceptance in the Oil & Gas industry and are competing with conventional purification technologies such as Amine Towers, Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) and Cryogenic Distillation.
Fujifilm has a long-standing experience in multi-layer coating and in high quality performance of manufacturing processes, which are based on photographic film manufacturing. This is the foundation for the development of highly functional membranes for gas separation which has been commercialized in 2014 under the brand name Fujifilm Apura™. There are two main applications for Fujifilm Apura™: natural gas sweetening for by Apura™ and for fuel gas conditioning by Apura™-FG.
Fujifilm Apura™ technology has been proven by several worldwide installations including competitor replacements. Fujifilm Apura™ proved superior performances compared to competitor gas separation membranes, which led to plant efficiency improvement and reduction of CO2 and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) emissions.
This presentation will introduce the Fujifilm Apura Gas Separation technology and will also cover case studies where Natural Gas operators successfully deployed Fujifilm Apura™ membrane modules.