Gas Land, Inc. — A World Leader in Nitrogen Generation Systems. We Engineer, Design and Fabricate state-of-the-art Gas Separation Systems, including Membrane and Cryogenic Nitrogen Generators.
From Design to Delivery, Gas Land takes great pride in the fabrication of our Nitrogen Systems to our customer's exact specifications. Gas Land's wide range of products and services are certain to satisfy the most demanding project specifications and requirements while providing the most robust-performing systems with the lowest cost of ownership in the industry. For nearly two decades, Gas Land has delivered the very best in Quality, Service, Performance and Support to LNG Plants worldwide.
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Featured Gas Land Projects
Gas Land successfully commissioned the Nitrogen Generator and the Liquid Nitrogen System on Wheatstone LNG which also happens to be our biggest system to date. The $35 Billion Wheatstone Project expects to ship its first cargo in October 2017. According to Chevron's project update the facility's first Liquefaction Train is in the final stages of commissioning.
QUEENSLAND CURTIS lng
Queensland Curtis LNG project in Australia has exported more than 200 cargos since it started producing the chilled fuel in December 2014. The QCLNG plant which is located on Curtis Island, Gladstone, produces about 8 million tonnes per year of LNG from Two Liquefaction Trains. Currently Three Nitrogen Generator Systems are installed in the facility.
sabine pass lng
Gas Land has completed the Design and Fabrication for the Nitrogen Generation System for Stage 3 of Sabine Pass LNG. The System has been shipped from Gas Land's fabrication facility to Sabine Pass LNG plant which is at present the only such facility to ship US shale gas overseas.
AUSTRALIA PACIFIC lng
Australia Pacific LNG consists of a two train facility which is capable of producing nine million tons of LNG per annum. Gas Land commissioned its Nitrogen Generator on Train 2 in July 2016. In April 2017 the facility produced and shipped its 100th cargo. Australia Pacific LNG is a joint venture between Origin (37.5%), ConocoPhillips (37.5%) and Sinopec (25%).