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Dresser-Rand and Siemens to showcase combined solutions at Gastech 2015

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At the Gastech Conference and Exhibition 2015 in Singapore, Dresser-Rand will demonstrate its combined solutions Siemens, and how they can offer customers an extensive range of rotating equipment.

This will include the new RB211-GT30 gas turbine – a lightweight aero-derivative gas turbine for applications in the oil and gas industry. It does not require a gearbox; it drives a two-pole AC generator at either 60 Hz or 50 Hz; it is especially designed for offshore applications; it has a three-point base mount and torque tube design; and it can be removed and exchanged in less than 24 hr. Additionally, the auxiliary systems have been optimised in order to improve access for maintenance, and increase online maintenance once the unit is in operation.

The Vice President of Client Services for LNG at Dresser-Rand, Patrice Bardon, said: “Dresser-Rand is already well known for providing the industry’s safest, most reliable and efficient rotating equipment for nearly every application in the oil and gas industry.

“Now with expanded resources as a member of the Siemens family, Dresser-Rand combines the industry’s most extensive portfolio of rotating equipment with the world’s largest technical support and service center network. We’re excited to show how our clients how our combined solutions offer more choices during Gastech.”

Dresser-Rand will also demonstrate its portable LNGo production system, which includes its MOSTM reciprocating compressor, its Guascor® gas engine and its Enginuity® control system. This will be particularly useful for small, portable plants, and can be used in upstream, midstream and downstream applications.

The DATUM® centrifugal compressors will also be on show, which can be used a number of applications, including: wet gas, hydrogen, coker, and other hydrocarbon and utility gases when in the process of refining.

Siemens will demonstrate its customised E-Houses – modular power substations, which provide a quick and reliable supply of power, and that house Siemens’ range of medium-voltage switchgear, low-voltage switchboards, busbar trunking systems and auxiliary equipment, amongst other things.

Edited from press release by David Rowlands

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