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We engineered, built, own and operate the world's largest nitrogen generation complex supplying 55,000 tons per day of high pressure nitrogen to PEMEX for their EOR operation at Cantarell field in the Gulf of Mexico.
In case of ceasing the nitrogen-oxygen unit's activity, it will give ethylene production by low and high pressure nitrogen within 20-28 hours.
It was developed for the US Army by Bell Textron Laboratories, using high pressure nitrogen gas to give rocket propulsion over a 30ft high obstacle at 7mph, for 30 seconds.
Total capacity will be 1,200 million standard cubic feet per day (44,300 short tons per day) of high purity, high pressure nitrogen.
However, in the coming days the plant could be shut down permanently because the Federal Judge has signaled that there are significant irregularities and irresponsible actions such as the cancellation of the plant's 'area set-back cushion' and a pipeline filled with high pressure nitrogen and natural gas running three meters from the property limits of my property, and where just 200 meters from the property line are massive LNG storage tanks that are holding up to a billion cubic feet of gas.
The high pressure nitrogen facilitates increased heat transfer in free convection.
Initially formed in 1980 to supply the oil industry with high pressure nitrogen for enhanced oil and gas recovery, Niject has expanded its applications to other industries.