Thermal energy solutions: TAS Energy’s manufacturing facility in Houston, Texas
04 September 2013 04:28 GMT
Houston-based TAS Energy has delivered a thermal energy solution to Bechtel for use at a liquefied natural gas project in Australia.
TAS said its turbine inlet chilling modules would assist the gas turbines running the compressors for the liquefaction process "to ensure consistent inlet air temperature in the turbine fleet".
TAS claimed this would be the world’s first turbine inlet chilling application used in the LNG process.
For the LNG process, having a consistent turbine inlet air temperature stabilises compressor power input, maximises LNG plant production, and optimises compressor selection, said the company.
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