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CO2 reduction in fried equipment

Fired heaters emit millions of tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) every year. Fired heaters usually have a fuel efficiency well below 100%, so any improvements that making them more efficient reduces CO2. Heaters are currently fuelled by carbon-bearing refinery fuel gas or natural gas, so further

CO2 reduction is possible by changing to fuels with less carbon content. With the ever-changing regulatory climate, enacting an emissions reduction plan can provide a strategic advantage for current limits or future capacity expansion.

XRG provides site-wide fired equipment emissions reduction plans by evaluating the most cost-effective strategies for each piece of equipment. Our experts deliver a specific plan of action for each unit with detailed performance goals.

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