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- Will Gas Be Our Nemesis Or Our Savior? Bush, Rick // Transmission & Distribution World;Oct99, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p4
Discusses the impact of larger aero-derivative turbine generators being connected to the grid and the siting of natural gas-fired power plants near load centers. Efforts of National Grid to increase power flows on major interconnections in the power grid in England; Scenarios that have resulted...
- Power plant makers feel pinch. // Professional Engineering;02/11/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p9
Highlights a report released by the Beama Transmission and Distribution Association, which indicates the effects of the government's moratorium on gas-fired power stations and the economic crisis in Asia, on British power plant. Effects of uncertainty on suppliers of equipment such as...
- Egypt. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;9/6/96, Vol. 40 Issue 36, p19
Focuses on the scheduled invitation of prequalified international companies to bid in early September for the contractors to supply and install gas production facilities in the Western Desert in Egypt. Client for the project; Production goals of the companies involved.
- Borneo LNG facility includes turbine and cogeneration technology. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Oct95, Vol. 222 Issue 10, p14
Reports on the inclusion of new turbine and cogeneration technology in the volt generators installed at the Liquid Natural Gas facility in the eastern part of Malaysia known as Borneo. Mounting of the generators.
- Model-based NOx control may aviod hardware changes. Swanekamp, Robert // Power;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 141 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the problems encountered by stack emissions in a powerplant. Why system relying solely in feed back control are affected; Information on feedforward emissions control; Details on a solution called `Response Surface Method (RSM)'; Explanations given by Joseph Colannino, of Colannino...
- Natural Gas -- Fired Generation in North America. // Power;Sep2009, Vol. 153 Issue 9, p50
A map of the world depicting the operating, under construction and proposed natural gas-fired power plants is presented.
- Today's simulation systems go beyond `try before you buy'. Godbole, S.S. // Power Engineering;Apr97, Vol. 101 Issue 4, p49
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- METERING MATTERS - INACCURATE GAS MEASUREMENT CAN COST THOUSANDS. Bowles Jr., Edgar B. // Power Engineering;Apr2002, Vol. 106 Issue 4, p32
Describes gas metering technologies and the importance of meter calibration in gas-fired power plants. Issues facing gas measurement; Specification of the method of measuring natural gas transfers; Benefits of the use of embedded microprocessor technology to help provide gas measurement;...
- Turning Brownfields Green. Paulson, S. Lawrence // American Gas;Aug99, Vol. 81 Issue 7, p28
Discusses the challenges posed by remediating manufactured gas plant (MGP) sites in the United States. Efforts of MGP sites to turn their brownfield liabilities into assets; Important factors that utilities should consider when pondering the fate of brownfield sites; Examples of planned or...
- CATERPILLAR HELPS GENEVA MOVE TOWARDS ENERGY INDEPENDENCE. // Worldwide Energy;May2003, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p2
Reports on the purchase of Caterpillar G16CM34 engines to power a natural gas powered plant in Geneva, Illinois.