Dresser-Rand

‘End-to-End’ Solution for Marine LNG

December 16, 2015 in Companies, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Siemens/Dresser-Rand, Conrad, Lloyd’s, Shearer and Waller
Seek to Connect Waterway LNG Users with Bunker Suppliers

Siemens Drilling and Marine and Siemens/Dresser-Rand have joined with Lloyd’s Register in promoting “a best of industry team to make LNG widely available to ship owners seeking to use natural gas as a propulsion fuel.” Partners for the “end-to-end” solution include Waller Marine and The Shearer Group for design, with Conrad Industries for LNG bunker vessel construction.
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Dresser-Rand LNGo for Elizabethtown Gas

November 20, 2015 in Distributed Power, LNG, peak-shaving, Utility by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Peak-Shave Units to Be Sized for Some 13,500 Gallons of LNG Daily

Siemens Power & Gas reports an order by New Jersey’s Elizabethtown Gas for two of its subsidiary Dresser-Rand’s portable “LNGo” brand natural gas liquefaction units for peak-shaving.
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Ener-Core Oxidizer Hits a Megawatt

August 12, 2015 in Companies, Distributed Power, new products by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

$2.1 Million Dresser-Rand Purchase Order Is First Commercial Order:
Two ‘Power Oxidizer’ Units to Be Integrated with KG2-3G Gas Turbine

Irvine, Calif.-based Ener-Core is commercializing its oxidation technology for putting waste gases to work as part of a megawatt-scale generator with partner Dresser-Rand. Ener-Core’s Power Oxidizer has met all of the customer’s Sub Scale Acceptance Test (SSAT) criteria, and Dresser-Rand has placed a $2.1 million purchase order for two Ener-Core units.
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Dresser-Rand for Small-Scale ‘LNGo’

December 5, 2013 in Distributed Power, E&P Operations, LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Drilling & Frack Spreads Are Among the Initial Areas Cited:
‘We Are in the Enviable Position of Imminent Market Launch’

Dresser-Rand says that it’s produced the first liquefied natural gas from its new small-scale unit, tradenamed “LNGo.” The company intends the product primarily for upstream operations, where it could be used to monetize natural gas that’s currently flared, turn out a salable product at stranded wells, or power drilling or hydraulic fracturing equipment.
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