Modular Refinery

McAlpha Project Development

Fuel security is very important to countries economic and political stability. Therefore, we seek to work with government and private organisation with source of feed stock to build and operate Modular refineries with capacity up to 50kbpd. We encourage the setup in strategic location of countries close to the source of crude or point of sales. Our turn key approach to project and financing makes our projects viable as we tie both feedstock and offtake assurance together.

McAlpha Inc. provides modular refinery manufacturing solution. A modular refinery is a processing plant that has been constructed solely on skid mounted structure whose parts or equipment are constructed in modules designed to be transported quickly and easily anywhere in the world and comes in a variety of sizes with capacities. Our modular refinery solutions feed single source project management, a cut above quality for dependable and cost effective operations and accelerated construction in challenging environments.

We deliver our fully engineered and pre-fabricated modular process units to different customers. Our aptness and project execution experience can help you manage and monetize resources effectively. McAlpha modular refinery's solutions are best suited for projects like:

Short projects timeline

Projects requiring fast track delivery

Strict products specification

Limited, critical onsite resources

Each of the structure of our modular refinery consists of a portion of the entire procedure plant, and through piping the components link together to form an easily manageable process.

Gas To Liquid (GTL)

Gas to liquids (GTL) is basically a refinery process to convert natural gas or other gaseous hydrocarbons into longer-chain hydrocarbons, such as gasoline or diesel fuel. Methane-rich gases are converted into liquid synthetic fuels.

The process can be achieve by:

  • Direct partial combustion of methane to methanol and
  • Fischer–Tropsch-like processes that convert carbon monoxide and hydrogen into hydrocarbons.

The second process is followed by diverse methods to convert the hydrogen-carbon monoxide mixturesto liquids.

McAlpha access to technology licenses on gas-to-liquids technology converts natural gas into high quality liquid products. These products consists of motor oils and transport fuels and the ingredients for day to day necessities such as cosmetics, detergents and plastics.

One of the major characteristics of Gas to Liquid is that, the products are colourless and odourless. They contain almost none of the impurities such as sulphur, aromatics and nitrogen. Due to this characteristic, countries with natural gas can grow their economies as new gas supplies come on-stream to satisfy growing global demand for liquid products.

McAlpha gas production consists of three stages:

First stage: In the first stage, a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, is manufactured from natural gas by partial oxidation. Impurities are removed from the synthesis gas.

Second stage: In the second stage, the synthesis gas is converted into liquid hydrocarbons using a method called catalyst. In this stage, a liquid is formed which looks and feels like wax at room temperature.

The third stage which is the last stage is the cracking and isomerisation, which “tailors” the molecule chains into products with desired properties. This yields high-quality liquids such as diesel, kerosene and lubricant oil.

With this, our technical prowess of the chemical industry allows us to provide a single point solution allowing us to take the load off asset owner. McAlph Inc. make it easy by off taking thegas and converting it to valuable market ready products. At the same time, we create opportunities for investors who wishes to put their capital into a viable project with a long term positive and continuous return on investment.

Our team of expert would gladly welcome an opportunity to team up with a country government or asset owner for a turn key project development to meet their current and future needs.

Midstream Gas Proceessing

Monetizing gas and increasing their value is a driver to our gas development project. We look for gas development project opportunities in North and South America, Africa and Asia. We process associated and non associated gas to produce heating fuel, synthetic crude, transportation fuel or petrochemical products there by creating the future refinery. It is important to note that our project development strategy is with the future in mind and we can tailor our design to make room for future market changes with less impact on finance and higher return on investment. We develop midstream gas processing plant, gas to diesel or gasoline or crude plants with their associated storage and loading facilities.

For years, McAlpha project team have led the pathway in gas dehydration, treatment and heat transfer fluids.Today we offer you one of the all-embracing and most in-depth portfolios of gas treatment products and services for natural gas applications in the world. Our designated products and technical knowledge, link with exception knowledge and experience bring you advanced solutions for your gas processing needs and transmission.

Starting from the development stage to commissioning, McAlpha, cost-effective onshore and offshore solutions reduces operational costs across all stages of the project life cyclealong with compendious shale oil and gas experience, our teams of expert maximize onshore and offshore production while putting into consideration the safety of the environment.

McAlpha provides Modular fabrication services to midstream projects of various types. With our expertise and experience in oil sector, product transmission, petroleum processing and natural gas, McAlpha will deliver excellent midstream solutions that meet even the most demanding project requirements.Our team of experts use their technical knowledge and experience in processing, treatment, and gathering operations, along with pipeline and facilities engineering to help projects to reality quickly, safely, and cost effectively.