The patented QuickSet™ gas-lift control skid by Liftrock eliminates fugitive methane emissions from gas lift operations, and provides operators with the monthly reports to document the performance.
The QuickSet system includes a built-in telemetry system that reports captured methane, VOC (volatile organic compound), and HAP (hazardous air pollutant) emissions. The report details fuel gas, fuel makeup gas, and total captured gas with daily and monthly totals.
According to BJ Ellis, founder of Liftrock, the monthly reports are a useful tool for operators. “Operators are able to see the positive environmental impact they are making through the elimination of methane emissions, as well as the additional revenue generated by the use and sale of the captured gas.”
The QuickSet system captures 100% methane emissions from gas lift operations and repurposes them as fuel gas and or injection gas. The QuickSet’s closed loop design also eliminates the need for natural gas liquid storage tanks because all gases and liquids are processed within the QuickSet skid.
Due to this closed-loop design, QuickSet also prevents freeze-ups associated with compressor scrubber dump events, an issue with traditional gas lift designs. Methanol injection and scrubber dump events are likewise eliminated, leading to increased uptime and production.
The QuickSet’s reporting capabilities are the result of advanced telemetry built into the QuickSet system. QuickSet is a complete, single-source gas-lift control solution that is preassembled at an ASME-certified facility and delivered ready for final piping connections at the wellsite. The inlet separator, liquids charge vessel, heat-traced and insulated piping, full measurement equipment, built-in telemetry systems, and all associated controls are included in the QuickSet skid.
For more about the operational and environmental advantages of QuickSet in gas lift operations, visit liftrock-co.com/quickset.