Alliance Pipeline is a 2,300-mile line delivering rich gas from North East British Columbia, Canada and the Williston Basin in North Dakota to the Chicago market. The success of this pipeline system is dependent on low maintenance costs, high reliability, minimum fuel usage, application of best practices, direct access to manufacturers’ technology, and strategic alliances and partnerships to resolve technical issues.
Prior to processing natural gas from its pure form into liquid natural gas (LNG), undesirable components such as solids, mineral oil coal particles and heavy hydrocarbons are largely removed. Nevertheless, small quantities of these components can reach the compressors installed at the end of the purification process and which transport the natural gas into the pipeline to the liquefaction plant.
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.
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.
The Etzel oil and gas cavern system is situated near the North Sea coast, southwest of Wilhelmshaven. A vast salt dome houses the more than 70 caverns that store crude oil and natural gas at depths between 2,953 – 5,577 feet (900 - 1,700 meters). Etzel is integrated in the northwest European oil and gas pipeline network and makes a significant contribution to the safe and reliable supply of gas to Germany and all of Europe.
EagleBurgmann went the extra mile to provide value-added service to a customer that experienced a catastrophic failure in their steam line.
The API 682 4th edition includes numerous amendments and important innovations for the procurement and operation of seal and supply systems in the oil and gas sector, as well as the petrochemical industry.
EagleBurgmann delivered what is currently the largest agitator seal, with a 19-inch shaft size (480mm), for use in a new Pure Terephthalic Acid (PTA) Plant in China.
The use of EagleBurgmann diamond-faced high performance seals in boiler feed water pumps for fossil and nuclear power stations has successfully solved premature wear of key components due to electrochemical corrosion, offering long service life.
In 2016, EagleBurgmann launched a new program in the U.S. geared towards the rapid shipping of standard Cartex seals. CartexExpress allows for same-day shipping for orders placed by Noon CST for qualifying seals in both single or dual versions (US only).