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Dresser-Rand commissions first micro-scale LNG system

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The Dresser-Rand business, part of Siemens Power and Gas, has announced that it has commissioned its first micro-scale natural gas liquefaction system.

The modular, portable LNGo technology has been commissioned at the Ten Man LNG facility in Pennsylvania, US.

The system, which can be installed in a short timeframe, enables distributed production of LNG. It will enable the operator, Frontier Natural Resources, to monetise stranded gas assets at Tenaska Resources LLC's Mainesburg field, located in the Marcellus shale play.

The scope of supply included a standardised LNGo solution consisting of four different modules. The system is deployed directly at the gas field.

The Ten Man LNG facility has produced approximately 0.5 million litres of LNG since startup in mid-September 2016.

Michael Walhof, Sales Director Distributed LNG Solutions for the Dresser-Rand business, said: "This project demonstrates our unique capabilities to deliver innovative solutions for oil and gas applications that help our clients maximise the value of their assets […] We are proud to provide Frontier Natural Resources with a reliable, robust solution to liquefy natural gas and cost-effectively move it to market."

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