Receipt plant for North Sea gas completes second train

John R. OliverEnron PowerSeal Sands, England Train 2 of Enron Power's gas processing plant at Teesside, England, was completed in October 1995 after 22 months of planning and construction and is currently being commissioned. Installation follows 2 years' successful operation of Train 1. Gas that flows through the plant feeds one of the world's largest gas-fired electrical power plants. Fig. 1 shows the processing plant site. North Sea developments In 1958, the Schlocteren gas find was made in the Dutch Groningen province. Subsequent demonstrations that similar geological formations extended under the North Sea were followed in 1964 by the first licensing round in th...

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