Seminar Aims at Increasing Knowledge About Impact of Changes in Fuel Composition on Power Plant Operation

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Power generation professionals from Korea among the first to experience seminar by Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) representatives and customers with Turbine Technology Services Corporation executives in Orlando, Florida.

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) representatives and customers with Turbine Technology Services Corporation executives in Orlando, Florida.

“KOGAS selected Turbine Tech to provide this dedicated seminar based on our unique capabilities and expertise in the area of fuel and combustion system engineering and design”, Pat Begley, VP of Sales for Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida, has just completed a seminar for power generation professionals on the impact of changes in composition of liquefied natural gas on the operation and maintenance of gas turbine engines—particularly those in use in power plants.

As part of its strategy for providing industry-leading consulting services to gas turbine users, TTS is engaging power generation professionals across the globe to to increase their specialized knowledge and support their power plant management efforts.

Liquefied natural gas, which is best known by its acronym ‘LNG’, is a widely used fuel. It is used in the power generation industry to fuel gas and steam turbines in operation at energy companies across the globe.

The latest TTS seminar was a dedicated session for the Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) and its principal customers with gas turbine power plants and was held next to TTS’ new Orlando offices at Central Florida Research Park—dedicating considerable time to reviewing the impact of changes in fuel composition on unit emissions performance.

KOGAS distributes LNG to customers within Korea and the company contracted TTS to develop a seminar that could address its customers’ questions on the impact of proposed changes in the composition of the LNG, on the operation of their gas turbines.

“KOGAS selected Turbine Tech to provide this dedicated seminar based on our unique capabilities and expertise in the area of fuel and combustion system engineering and design,” said Pat Begley, Vice President of Sales for Asia, the Middle East and Africa. “Future seminars will be scheduled at our Orlando office or at client locations to help them enhance their knowledge about gas turbine fuel and combustion systems.”

Topics covered at TTS’ LNG seminar focused on the impact of the proposed gas composition changes on gas turbine performance—including output and efficiency—on both older gas turbines with diffusion style combustion systems and newer units with modern low NOx systems.

Additional information on LNG seminars for power generation professionals can be obtained by contacting TTS at http://www.turbinetech.com/seminars.

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installation and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services and its products and services, please visit http://www.TurbineTech.com.

For more information:

Lisa Delliacono
Marketing and Sales Manager
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media(at)turbinetech(dot)com
Phone: 407.826.1796

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