The development of renewable energy sources is being driven forward worldwide. Next to wind, solar, geothermal and hydroelectric energy, marine energy is emerging as an increasingly important renewable energy source. This process entails generating energy from marine currents with compact turbine systems.
Keeping Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) pipeline components operating in optimal condition is an ongoing challenge for the oil and gas industry. Rising temperatures in the liquid pumps and the resulting issues for their seals represent one such challenge.
The Fragant power plant group is located in the Möll valley of the Tauern mountains in Austria and is operated by Kärntner Elek- trizitäts AG (KELAG). It is the company’s core for generating power and a mainstay for safe and reliable power supply in the federal province of Carinthia.