GAS POWER Direct [May 15, 2019]

Siemens Will Exit Power, Gas, Renewable Businesses

Siemens will spin off and give up its majority stake in its lucrative Gas and Power division—comprising its conventional power generation, power transmission, oil and gas, and related services businesses—and…

Insights Into Siemens’ Stunning Gas and Power, Renewables Shakeup

In the days following its May 7 announcement that it will spin off its Gas and Power business, Siemens has fleshed out how and when the carveout will occur, laid…

GE Tops MHPS, Siemens in 1Q Turbine Orders

General Electric, Siemens, and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems confirmed their gas turbine sales for the year's first quarter, with GE taking the top spot with six orders for its advanced…

Inside NET Power: Gas Power Goes Supercritical 

A project to demonstrate a novel power cycle that promises to produce low-cost, reliable, and flexible power from natural gas—while generating no atmospheric emissions, and fully capturing carbon dioxide—is inching…

High-Volume Hydrogen Gas Turbines Take Shape

In preparation for a large-scale power sector shift toward decarbonization, several major power equipment manufacturers are developing gas turbines that can operate on a high-hydrogen-volume fuel. According to

Comparing Gas Turbine Life to Turbine Control Life: What You Need to Know

Turbine control manufacturers often suggest retrofit projects are the only viable strategy to resolve control system end-of-life or obsolescence issues. But do plant operators really need to upgrade turbine

Outstanding Combustion Turbine Operators Recognized by CTOTF

The Combustion Turbine Operations Technical Forum (CTOTF) recently announced the winners of the first CTOTF/POWER Innovation Excellence awards, which recognize outstanding performance in various combustion

Iraq Chooses Siemens as Partner in $15 Billion Power Deal

Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and Germany-based Siemens on April 30 confirmed reports that Iraq has chosen Siemens as its main partner in what it calls a “roadmap” agreement…