The oil and gas sector is under ever-increasing pressure to reduce the carbon intensity of the processes and operations involved in production and distribution. The webcast will take a close look at energy efficiency improvement and decarbonisation solutions within the sector, as it contributes to the mitigation of global warming, with a focus on creating reliable and clean energy systems.
Waste-energy recovery is a key element of the systems that are receiving increasing attention across upstream and midstream operations. The webcast will discuss Turboden’s Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology that converts the excess waste heat from the exhausts of gas turbines or reciprocating engines, or from the hot streams typical in Oil & Gas industry to mechanical/electrical power.
Furthermore, the webcast will elaborate on how the energy efficiency of natural gas network infrastructure can be increased, as electricity can be produced by taking advantage of the reduction of gas pressure from the delivery level to user level.
The webcast will introduce listeners to the technology involved, the benefits that can be expected and how to finance systems, backed by real-world case studies from sector leader Turboden and independent experts.
Join the experts as they discuss:
• How waste-energy recovery boosts sustainability for manufacturers
• Financing projects and expected rates of return
• Case studies of Turboden projects
Turboden, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and maintenance of ORC systems as well as gas expanders and large heat pumps.
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