gas compressor

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gas compressor

[′gas kəm‚pres·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine that increases the pressure of a gas or vapor by increasing the gas density and delivering the fluid against the connected system resistance.
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Asgard subsea gas compression is one of Statoil's most demanding technology projects aimed at improved recovery.
Headquartered in Corpus Christi, Texas, Energy Industries is one of the leading companies in the natural gas compression industry with domestic facilities in several Texas locations, as well as Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma.
Triple modular redundant (TMR) technology to be used for emergency shutdown in four gas compression and re-injection facilities
NYSE: CBE), has received three orders valued in excess of $11 million for reciprocating compression equipment to be installed in gas compression service.
Ariel Corporation is celebrating its 40th year as a world leader in reciprocating gas compression and has set the standard in gas compression excellence with 20,000 frames and 60,000 cylinders in service throughout the world, serving the natural gas and process industries.
a major international supplier of natural gas compression equipment and services, for $90.
EPMI), a contractor to PETRONAS, the National Oil Corporation of Malaysia, has ordered two Coberra gas turbines with Cooper-Bessemer centrifugal compressors for gas compression service on its Guntong "D" platform offshore from the Malaysian Peninsula.
is a manufacturer of spark-ignited, gaseous-fueled engines widely used in field gas compression, power generation and other mechanical drive applications.
Currently, Hawkins Energy conducts its gas compression business through three wholly owned subsidiaries, Equity Compressors Inc.
SKF has supplied magnetic bearings for use in the world s first subsea gas compression system at the Asgard gas field off the Norwegian coast.
The nearly $5 million, state-of-the-art facility is the first of its kind for the natural gas industry; doubles OSUIT's capacity to train students in its Natural Gas Compression program
Offering a 3 per cent increase in gas compression compared to other machines in its class, a GE Waukesha gas engine, driving the largest gas compressor of its type in China, has entered full commercial operation at the Chongqing Gas Field.