Gas turbine technology for GTL project in Qatar

The gas turbine generators will be installed in a cogeneration configuration that will produce 180 MW of power for use in the facility, which has a design capacity of 140,000 barrels per day of GTL products including naphtha, kerosene and lubricant base oils. The project marks the first time that Frame 6 units have been deployed with IGCC technology.

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