Power Generation


The electric power industry is the generation, transmission, distribution and sale of electric power to the general public. Gas-fired power plants have clear economic advantages due to their low capital investment, short construction period and excellent dynamic response in operation.

The recent increase in the generation of electricity by natural gas power plants is largely due to an increase in the known supply of natural gas resulting in lower forward-looking prices, increasing focus on power plant carbon dioxide emissions and the relative flexibility of constructing and operating natural gas power generation. The increase in supply is a result of gas production from unconventional sources, such as shale gas or tight gas, which is trapped in deep impermeable rock or non-porous limestone and sandstone. Natural gas has much lower emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) as compared to coal. Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are approximately 50 percent lower than coal when burned to generate electricity.



Flow Metering Flow meter stations
Pressure Reduction Pressure Reduction
Flow meter stations
Process Circulation Heaters
Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Conditioning
Pressure Reduction
Process Circulation Heaters
Filter Coalescers
Gas Heating Process Circulation Heaters
Process Immersion Heaters
Heater Control Panels
Performance Heaters
Gas Filtering Fuel Gas Conditioning
Filter Coalescers
Ammonia Systems Unloading
Storage Tanks
Flow Control
Dilution Blower