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At Rochem, we are doing our best to reduce our impact on the environment. From initial ideas at head office to our technology in action at power plants, we carefully consider the life cycle of our products.
Most people agree that excessive greenhouse gases are a problem that must be addressed. Industries that rely on fossil fuels are especially highlighted as needing to reduce emissions and businesses are looking for methods to meet government targets.
Some people’s New Year resolutions is to think of ways they can live ‘greener’ lives. Believe it or not, the oil and gas industry are also looking for ways to have a less damaging impact on the environment, and have been for some time.
Let’s face it: if we’re aiming for eco-friendly power solutions, gas turbines are not anyone’s first choice. They are generally powered by fossil fuels and emit considerable volumes of greenhouse gases.
Whether your site is in the driest desert or miles offshore, you will face the issue of contaminants within your gas turbine compressor. But where do contaminants come from and what can you do about them?
It’s an exciting time for gas turbine technology. We’ve seen huge advancements in recent years and models such as the H-class are proving investment in this sector is well spent.