Market Positioning

The key to tomorrow’s energy challenges is ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Today we know how to produce energy at low cost and at low environmental impact, but there are still huge amounts of energy being wasted; this is why the challenge has moved from the simple concept of energy production to a wider concept of “Energy Management”, which can be expressed as:

Storing and Transporting the Energy to make it available WHEN and WHERE it is needed.

 This is valid for both RENEWABLE and TRADITIONAL energy sources, and it is applicable, for example, to the shift in time of the production of a Renewable Energy Plant (|batteries for short term storage and Green Hydrogen for seasonal storage) but also to the “storage” and “transportation” of energy from areas where it is being wasted because it is difficult or not convenient to transport it with traditional technologies.

The counter at the opening of this page shows the amount of thermal energy being wasted every year through flare gas [1] , also known as Routine Gas, in the Oilfield industry. If we could convert this thermal energy into electricity, it would be equivalent to the production of about SEVENTY nuclear power stations [2].

The management of SCRT and its engineers have a background in O&G, Nuclear and Renewable Energy; this allows SCRT to have an unbiased approach to the energy market and this can help to manage the transition from a fossil-fuel based economy to a sustainable economy.

SCRT is investing in the development of new technologies and projects that represent the best solution both for the Environmental and the Financial objectives.

SCRT is focusing not only on the shifting in time of the electricity produced from renewable energy plants, but also on the recovery, storage and transportation of “Energy” from where it is being wasted to where it can be used.

[1] Based on 140 BCM of natural gas being flared every year

[2] Based on an efficiency of 40%, to give the equivalent of an installed capacity of 65 GW