Repsol's Saint John LNG (Canada) awards technology contract to Galileo Technologies

Galileo Technologies has announced a significant project with Saint John LNG, a fully owned subsidiary of Repsol. This innovative project aims to address the challenge of boil-off gas (BOG), a part of normal operations in the LNG industry. Traditionally, BOG is compressed and sent back to the pipeline. Through the installation of Galileo Technologies’ reliquefaction solution, Saint John LNG will be able to recover and store this resource to serve the market, especially during times of high demand.

The agreement encompasses the design, fabrication and installation of 8 Boil-off Gas (“BOG”) compressors, 15 Cryobox™ units and associated utility packages, which will be provided from Galileo’s manufacturing center in Middlesex, New Jersey, and marks an important milestone in the company’s commitment to innovation and sustainability.

The impact of this project is substantial, with the potential to re-liquefy approximately 10 MMft3d of natural gas, equivalent to 120,000 gallons of LNG. By implementing advanced compression and re-liquefaction technologies, the new technology will enhance operational efficiency and improve service to local customers.

This award will add to Galileo’s depth of recent projects the company has participated in North America, utilizing a variety of natural gas sources ranging from traditional pipelines to livestock waste digesters to landfills, and now from LNG storage vessel boil-off gas. This award continues to show our abilities across many industries and allows us to bring value to our customers.

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