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Iran Energy Ministry Plans to Use Gas Condensate in Power Plants

Iran Energy Ministry Plans to Use Gas Condensate in Power PlantsIran Energy Ministry Plans to Use Gas Condensate in Power Plants

One of the programs of the Energy Ministry in the current fiscal year (started March 20) is to use gas condensates for gas turbines in power plants, Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said in a video conference with the provincial power officials on Monday.
The advantages of using gas condensates in turbines instead of natural gas is that it has lower emissions and is more environmentally-friendly, Mehr News Agency reported.
A lean, premixed, pre-vaporized (LPP) combustion technology has been developed that converts liquid fuels into a substitute for natural gas. This technology offers the possibility of using gas condensates for power generation in a gas turbine equipped with a dry low emission system. DLE is a technology that reduces nitrogen oxide emissions that exhausts out of gas-fired turbines. 

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