According to the statement, the upgrade will provide for better handling of plant operations, as well as increased BOG compression system reliability. The new system will incorporate 85 000 standard ft3 of existing flooded screw technology compressors and associated equipment, as well as integrate the current electrical and control system.
Dickerson Wright, PE, Chairman and CEO of NV5, said: “Energy services continue to be one of the fastest growing segments for NV5 in the fields of energy compliance, power delivery engineering, energy efficiency, and LNG services.
"Our energy-specific technical expertise delivers unique value to power utility clients seeking to upgrade their infrastructure to improve efficiency and reliability and enhance public safety."
Peter Dirksen, PE, President of CHI Engineering Services, an NV5 company, added: "The energy utility industry's commitment to improvements in reliability continues to drive strong demand for new LNG facilities and modernisation of existing systems across the country."
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/10032020/nv5-to-upgrade-bog-compression-system-at-us-peak-shaving-facility/
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