INGAA member companies operate approximately 1,000 gas-fired stationary combustion turbines and 6,000 gas-fired spark ignition reciprocating engines, says Lisa Beal, vice president, Environment and Construction Policy, INGAA.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Combustion Turbine
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- Commissioning Team
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Samples in periodicals archive:
20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- LPP Combustion, LLC's revolutionary technology for vaporizing a wide variety of liquid fuels into a natural gas-equivalent LPP Gas(TM) reached a major milestone of 1000 operating hours on a commercial combustion turbine that is generating electricity while connected to the local utility grid.
SmartSignal([R]) Corporation today announced that it has been named a "Super Champion" by the world's oldest and foremost combustion turbine users group, the Combustion Turbine Operations Task Force (CTOTF).
The company installed a 100-megawatt natural gas combustion turbine in October 1999, increasing the facility's generating capacity to its current 330 megawatts.
LOUIS, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- AmerenUE -- a utility company subsidiary of Ameren Corporation -- today announced it has completed the purchase of the 640-megawatt Audrain combustion turbine generating facility located near Vandalia, Mo.
9 million in 2007 and includes the installation of a 155 megawatt combustion turbine, upgrade of existing facilities, and participation in the ownership of the proposed Iatan 2 800 megawatt coal plant.
Moving forward, TGM will operate two primary divisions: Steam Turbine Services Division and Combustion Turbine Services Division.
Bond proceeds will be used to install a cooling tower and a combustion turbine generator at the Nearman Creek Station as well as for various other improvements to the utility system.