- The pilot installation will convert waste
heat from a gas turbine into emissions-free power using supercritical carbon
- Enough electricity will be produced to power
10,000+ homes, resulting in an estimated reduction in 44,000 tons per year in
greenhouse gas emissions
has signed an agreement with Canada-based TC Energy Corporation (TC Energy) to
commission a novel waste heat-to-power pilot installation in Alberta. The
facility will capture waste
heat from a gas-fired turbine operating at a pipeline compression station and
convert it into emissions-free power. The electricity produced will be put back
into the grid– resulting
in estimated greenhouse gas reductions of 44,000 tons per year, equivalent to
taking more than 9,000 vehicles off the road.
- Commissioning of one feed and one sales gas train and one
refrigeration compression train complete for the Pipestone Processing Facility.
- Siemens Energy will provide tailored maintenance services to Keyera
Partnership for the gas turbine installation.
Siemens Energy recently completed the commissioning of one feed and
sales gas train and one refrigeration compression train for the Pipestone
Processing Facility in Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada. The Pipestone Processing
Facility is owned by Keyera Partnership, a subsidiary of Keyera Corp.