Gazpack is a company founded in 2006 which manufactures fully customer-specific installations for cleaning oil gas and biogas. With the patented Sulaway® desulpharization method we are able to convert raw biogas into several usable products with no waste.
History of Gazpack
Gazpack was founded in 2006 as a research division under Airpack Nederland BV.
Airpack’s activities in the international oil and gas business led to the question of founder Mr. JP Warnar as to how gas flaring could be reduced or converted to a usable product.
An oil well not only contains oil but also gas that is extracted together with the oil during production. This oil gas is highly contaminated and is therefore often not used but flared off instead. Some methods for cleaning this oil gas were already on the market but had large disadvantages such as high amount of waste product. This led to the search for a new and better way to clean oil gas.
After 8 years of extensive research together with several universities a new desulphuriszation method was developed that converts the contaminated oil gas into several useful products. The patented Sulaway® method had been tested in laboratories but still needed to show its full potential on a larger scale. A pilot version of the installation needed to be built and tested. Due to strict regulations in the oil and gas industry and the distant locations of the oil wells, Gazpack decided to look for an alternative test location closer to home.
Biogas turned out to be very similar in properties to oil gas, making it the perfect alternative to test the pilot installation of Gazpack. After successful testing the patented system has now been fully developed to be implemented in both oil and gas and biogas industry. Both industries will benefit from a highly innovative and high quality product that produces clean gas, usable Sulphur gas and sulphuric acid without any waste.
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This project was made possible by a contribution from the European Regional Development Fund as part of OP-South.