Newsletter | January 25, 2024

01.25.24 -- Controlling Your Natural Gas Burn To Cut Fuel Costs And Emissions


Controlling Your Natural Gas Burn To Cut Fuel Costs And Emissions

Nearly all industrial processes and manufacturing operations rely on natural gas as a fuel, even if it is only for plant heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC). Heavy duty industrial plant processes (Figure 1), such as those found in oil and gas, refining, chemical production and electric power generation, as well as those in the manufacturing industries, including steel, aluminum, glass and others, depend heavily on natural gas to fuel the processes used in their production.

Beyond Orifices For DP Flowrate Measurements

While the orifice is the most common flowmeter restriction associated with differential pressure (DP) measurements, several others have found a solid place in process applications.


Solaria Obtains Administrative Construction Authorisation For Its 595 MW Garoña Project

Smart Combination: RWE Commissions Innovative Agrivoltaics Demonstration Plant

Vestas Introduces Low-Emission Steel Offering For Wind Turbines

LS Power To Acquire Natural Gas Power Plant From Platinum Equity

FIMER Inverters Light Up Historic Ayodhya 'Solar City's' Mega 40MW Solar PV Plant

Atlas Renewable Energy & Votorantim Cimentos Sign PPA For A Solar Pak In Brazil

Nordex Group Achieves Order Intake Of 7.4 GW In The Fiscal Year 2023

Deriva Energy Successfully Acquires Spanish Peaks Solar In Colorado

Bloomberg And Ørsted Announce 15-Year Renewable Energy Purchase Power Agreement

Ampace Unleashes Latest Power Station Andes 600 Pro

Vitol’s Vortex Energy Commences Const Of 110 MW Of Wind & PV Solar Projects