GAS TURBINE INTEGRATION REDUCES ETHYLENE PLANT'S ENERGY NEEDS

John V. Albano, Edward F. Olszewski ABB Lummus Crest Inc. Bloomfield, N.J. Toshiyuki Fukushima Osaka Petrochemical Industries Ltd. Osaka, Japan The use of gas turbines to produce power while using their hot, oxygen-rich exhaust gas as combustion air in the cracking furnaces is an attractive means of reducing energy requirements per unit of ethylene production.

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