Compressors shrink in size, grow in power

With pipeline construction set to grow in 2006 and beyond (OGJ, Feb. 13, p. 57), the need for a variety of different compression solutions will grow as well. Varied installation environments and job requirements have led to an equally varied array of compression technologies. Always sought, however, are increased power and efficiency, and increasingly important is reduced environmental impact, whether from emissions, noise, or physical footprint.Urban settingsIn recent decades natural gas pipelines and compression stations have expanded into increasingly high-population centers. The need for quiet, emission-free compression operations in such settings has led pipeline operators to pursue ...

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