Trinity Power and ATCO turn flare gas into electricity in Alberta
September 2, 2015 | By Renée Francoeur
September 2, 2015 – Temporary power specialists at Trinity Power Rentals were recently involved with the installation of an alternative to flaring sweet natural gas at a remote Alberta location.
Along with ATCO Power, Trinity Power was a part of the installation of four natural gas-fired reciprocating engines capable of generating approximately 5 MW of electricity to the Alberta electricity grid.
Trinity says its team provided design and engineering support, sourced and supplied all necessary temporary power equipment, and managed equipment-delivery logistics, installation and commissioning during the four-month project.
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