GAS POWER Direct [December 3, 2013]

California Builds a High Efficiency CHP Plant for Its Capital Complex

When the State of California needed a new Central Utility Plant (CUP) to provide electricity, steam, chilled water, and compressed air to its 5.5 million square foot, 23-building campus in…

Conference Presenters: World Shale Gas Growth Is Aloft on Uncertain Dynamics

Presenters provided several perspectives on the emerging shale gas sector in North America and around the world at the World Shale Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition in Houston, Texas,…

Coal-Fired Power Continues Dramatic Decline in Southeast

Once the dominant fuel in the southeastern U.S., coal has been hammered by plummeting gas prices and more efficient gas-fired plants, according to the most recent figures from the Energy…

Fracking-based Methane Leakage Determined to be Minimal

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has put forward three excuses to justify its increasing regulatory authority over the natural gas, an authority that was specifically given to the States…

Natural Gas Is Ready Now to Power Emerging Markets

Paul Smith A few short years ago, our nation was scrambling to import natural gas from abroad, and an energy-secure America was little more than a pipe dream. Oh, the difference a decade makes. Advances in