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L.A. Turbine awarded turboexpander contract

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L.A. Turbine (LAT) has announced that it will provide turboexpander units for gas processing and natural gas liquid (NGL) recovery within Honeywell UOP Russell modular gas plant installations.

The turboexpander-compressor units are designed to handle a flow range of 60 – 200 million ft3/d for UOP Russell standard gas plants.

John Gugel, VP/GM Honeywell UOP Gas Processing and Hydrogen, said: “LAT’s capability to provide a high-performing and reliable turboexpander solution within an expedited timeframe for our modular gas plants is key to this business partnership […] Their ability to control the entire design-to-build process including the engineering, manufacturing, assembly and turboexpander testing in one location contributes to our ability to deliver quicker-to-market, flexible and superior solutions within the natural gas sector.”

UOP Russell modular gas processing plants include skid-mounted, pre-engineered modular equipment that is factory-built to precise specifications. The equipment is easily delivered to remote locations and assembled on-site.

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