The Minister of Energy and Mining Juan José Aranguren congratulates Osvaldo del Campo, President and CEO of the Galileo Group, for the recent inauguration of Anchoris power plant. Behind, Ernesto López Anadón, President of the IAPG.
On a giant screen, the company shared the experience of LNG Distributed Production being carried out in Mendoza. There, the liquefaction made in Malargüe wells using Cryobox-Trailer units will supply natural gas to the thermoelectric power plant opened on September 15 in the town of Anchoris. On a daily basis, the power plant, operated by Methax, will use 200,000 cubic meters of natural gas and will provide electricity for 125,000 people in the Uco Valley and for the national electricity system.
The CNG and LNG Virtual Gas Pipelines designed by Galileo were displayed through touch screens that showed animated infographics of the possibilities of connecting natural gas and biogas/biomethane sources with multiple consumers.
In addition, a VR (virtual reality) experience gave expo visitors the possibility to know the full product portfolio offered by Galileo Technologies in real scale and detail, especially the plug-and-play compressor packages for Wellhead, Gas- lift, Gathering and Distributed Compression applications.
Cocktails with clients and the unexpected visit of the Minister of Energy and Mining Juan José Aranguren, and the President of the IAPG (Argentine Institute of Oil and Gas) Ernesto López Anadón, were part of the highlights of Galileo's stand at the latest edition of Oil & Gas.