Optimizing performance and cost
Our solutions minimize installation risks, and reduce on-site time and costs by up to 30%. Since 1985, we’ve supplied over 70 pre-assembled and fully integrated power generation and compression modules around the world.
Equipment and process excellence
Our combination of innovative technologies, flexible service models, performance-based service agreements, and extensive data analysis from our installed fleets, has a proven record of improving LNG plant performance.
We’ve been committed to LNG for over 30 years
体育投注软件There are currently 45 LNG plants in operation or under construction around the world that rely on our turbomachinery—which drives over 350 MTPA of global installed LNG capacity. We're the most referenced OEM for large gas turbines on main refrigerants.
A history of industry firsts
In 1989 at Woodside: first to use a gas turbine train for LNG. In 2008 at Qatargas: five simultaneous major overhauls that cut outage time in half. In 2017 for Petronas: core machinery for the first FLNG facility. In 2019 for Freeport: first to use large motors for e-LNG.
Our solutions have continually increased economies of scale
Our 7.8 MTPA trains for Qatargas 2 were the world's largest in 2009. In 2018, we took FLNG to new heights after just two years, with 3.6 MTPA capacity on Prelude. And, we installed three electric LNG trains with a combined capacity of 13 MTPA at Freeport in 2019.
Staying true to our commitment to the planet
We're currently working with LNG Canada on what will be the world's greenest LNG facility, with best-in-class CO2/ton of LNG. Two trains, anchored with our LMS100 gas turbines, will have a combined capacity of 14 MPTA. First LNG shipment is expected in 2021.
"Today, our technology supports more than 450 million tons of current, under construction or planned LNG production capacity."