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GE’s technology helps CEPSA enable Spain’s oil refinery to meet emissions standards


Published May 19, 2015
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To meet environmental emissions restrictions without reducing efficiency or increasing operational costs, Compañia Española de Petróleos (CEPSA) has adopted new GE gas turbine technology at its Gibraltar-San Roque refinery.

“GE Power Generation Services’ solution helped us to increase plant efficiency and reduce our environmental footprint, supporting our goals to produce cleaner energy and meet the region’s increasingly stringent emissions requirements”

Developed by GE’s Power Generation Services business, the fuel-flexible High Hydrogen Fuel DLN1 technology increased the gas turbine’s efficiency by enabling it to use recycled refinery fuel gas (RFG) without needing additional water to generate power.

“GE Power Generation Services’ solution helped us to increase plant efficiency and reduce our environmental footprint, supporting our goals to produce cleaner energy and meet the region’s increasingly stringent emissions requirements,” said Antonio Berlanga, CEPSA’s operation manager. ”We appreciate GE’s commitment to investing in flexible and efficient technologies that enable us to reduce our emissions footprint.”

Tags: CEPSA, GE Oil & Gas




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