What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Combustion Turbine
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Contract notice: Multi preventive maintenance leading processors and withdrawal of combustion turbines cetac.
com)-- As power generation companies across the globe continue to focus on reducing maintenance costs and operational risks while increasing reliability, InStep Software representatives will share insight and best practices for asset performance management at the Spring 2014 Combustion Turbine Operations Technical Forum (CTOTF) Conference & Trade Show.
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.
In the year 2000 Gas Turbine Maintenance (GTM) was created to provide combustion turbine and generator maintenance to our clients.
The plant consists of four (4) GE 7EA PG7121 dry low NOx combustion turbines equipped with evaporative cooling.
TGM's Steam and Combustion Turbine Services Divisions worked together to perform both a hot gas path inspection on the 7EA machine and a minor inspection on the 40 MW ABB VAX steam unit.
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.