GE to provide gas turbine for enhanced oil recovery project

GE (NYSE: GE) signed a commercial alliance agreement with Norway-based Sargas AS to provide a gas turbine for one of the world’s first gas-fired plants with integrated carbon capture for enhanced oil recovery (EOR).

The Sargas plant will combine a configuration of the existing LMS100 aeroderivative gas turbine package from GE with Sargas’ patented combustion and carbon-capture technology enabling low emissions power generation. The technology provided by Sargas captures carbon dioxide (CO2) at pressure, which requires lower capital investment costs and can be built quickly with existing or slightly modified subsystems and equipment.

In combination, the new configuration of the LMS100 in the Sargas plant can capture CO2 for EOR with high efficiency and low parasitic load.

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