Natural gas is one of the largest sources of energy production in the United States. In the U.S. alone, there are just under 500,000 active wells producing natural gas. With over 100 billion cubic feet of natural gas flowing from wells every day, natural gas fired engines play a big role in the compression and transmission process.
Most natural gas-fired reciprocating engines are used in the natural gas industry at pipeline compressor and storage stations and at gas processing plants. These engines are used to provide mechanical shaft power for compressors and pumps. At pipeline compressor stations, engines are used to help move natural gas from station to station. At storageRead More