gas pipeline infrastructure Articles
Natural gas infrastructure in the southeastern U.S. case study
MJB&A performed a high-level evaluation of the natural gas infrastructure in the Southeast. The report examines supply dynamics, pipeline infrastructure, storage capacity, and import facilities that are available to serve the region. We concluded that there is substantial existing pipeline and production capacity for natural gas to play an expanded role in the region’s energy mix. The ...
Power Outage Solutions: How Businesses Can Protect Themselves from Blackouts
In a few short weeks, the U.S. saw unprecedented stretches of its territory go dark. Millions of people across the nation experienced blackouts in October, feeling the first-hand wrath of a changing climate and an aging grid. On the west coast, the threat of wildfires spurred three of California’s largest utilities to cut power to millions of people; some were without power for more than ...
By Bloom Energy
Hydrogen as Future Fuel for Gas Engines
Gas engines are providing a wide range of fuel flexibility from burning natural gas and a variety of non- natural gaseous fuels from low British Thermal Unit (BTU) gases as well as gases containing a high hydrogen content. Hydrogen containing gases can be found as by-product from steel (furnace gas) or chemical process, or alternatively hydrogen is produced and blended to natural gas. In the ...
A technical overview of our SAR topo implementation
As you may have read in our preceding post, the Search and Rescue (SAR) map we are building seeks to combine the vital features of USGS topographic maps with the ease of use, readability, and higher update frequency of a vector tile based map, in addition to providing supplemental data that may prove useful in SAR related work. This follow-up post is meant to further elaborate on the process ...
Fog Provides Cooling for Natural Gas Pipeline Compressor Stations Case Study
High pressure fog enables pipelines to maintain production levels and stay online during hot weather conditions. After new compressor units were installed at a North Carolina compression facility, the cooling systems began to reach capacity causing the compressor to overheat due to hot weather conditions. The plant compression engineer chose MicroCool fog systems to provide adjunct cooling ...
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