Environmental analysis for pipeline gas demonstration plants

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Dept. of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Serice] , Oak Ridge, Tenn, [Springfield, Va
Coal gasification., Gas pipelines., Gas manufacture and works -- Environmental asp
StatementL. H. Stinton, Engineering Division ; contributors, J. N. Baird, Energy Division ... [ et al.].
SeriesORNL/TM ; 6235, ORNL/TM -- 6235.
ContributionsBaird, J. N., Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Engineering Division. Environmental Impact Section., Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Energy Division.
The Physical Object
Pagination297 p. in various pagings :
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Get this from a library. Environmental analysis for pipeline gas demonstration plants. [L H Stinton; J N Baird; Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Engineering Division.

Environmental Impact Section.; Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Energy Division.]. 2. If these gas plants are all built, 70 percent would be uneconomic (and at risk of being “stranded”) by Clean energy costs have fallen significantly—in the past year alone, the costs.

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The area designated for the c. onstruction of the process plants, pipeline, and product storage are not considered as areas where geological features require protection. A gas engine plant may operate in either simple cycle mode (OCGE) or combined cycle mode (CCGE) whereby the plant will consist of a series of gas engines and heat recovery steam generators (HRSG) with steam turbines to generate electricity.

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@article{osti_, title = {Pipeline gas demonstration plant, Phase 1. Quarterly technical progress report, December February }, author = {Eby, R.J.}, abstractNote = {Work has continued in the following Tasks previously opened in Phase I, Stage 1 of the Pipeline Gas Demonstration Plant Program: Task I: conceptual design and evaluation of commercial plants; and Task IX: technical.

gas supplied in the UK in – leading to a modest decrease in the carbon intensity of gas. Recent analysis suggests there is enough biomass feedstock to supply at least 10 terawatt hours (TWh) of biomethane per year to the gas network, although other analysis suggests the.

The actual length of the plant pipeline is m and it is this length that needs to be used to evaluate the air-only pressure drop for the plant pipeline having the same bore as the test pipeline, in the first instance.

Taking the pipeline friction factor, f, to bethe length of the plant pipeline, L, as m, the pipeline bore, d, as m, and the bend loss coefficient as Pipeline failures are low-probability, potentially high-consequence events.

Although gas and liquid pipeline failures are infrequent, the hazardous and inflammable materials released by these events can pose a significant threat to public safety and the built and natural environment. Drilling and fracking shale to produce natural gas, or shale gas, result in local air pollution problems,2 degrade water quality in rivers and streams3 and create short- and long-term risks to underground sources of drinking wa-ter.4 In part because of such environmental impacts, com-munities with shale gas development can be made worse.

OCLC Number: Notes: Author: Robert J. Eby. Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration (major facilities program management, fossil.

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HISTORY Since the ’s, the Gas Chromatograph (GC) has been the workhorse for compositional analysis in pipeline gas and NGL recovery to measure gas composition in pipeline. Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) applications. Natural gas vehicles exist in all sizes and shapes such as passenger cars, SUV, pickups, minivans, buses as well as light, medium and heavy-duty trucks.

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Blending Hydrogen into Natural Gas Pipeline Networks: A Review of Key Issues. Benefits of Pipeline Transmission. In mid-September, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe expressed his support for a mile natural gas pipeline construction spanning across three states, citing fewer emissions as an environmental benefit.

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The proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline will enable 50 to year-old coal plants to be retired and replaced. The pipeline will move up toDth/d of gas from processing plants to an interconnect with Rockies Express at the Cheyenne hub. (FERC docket CP) The order also allowed Rockies Express to build compression equipment and other facilities at the Cheyenne compressor station at.

public health and safety and the environment, and also preserve custom, culture, and economic stability, when new electric, natural gas, and petroleum transmission facilities are proposed.

Two pipeline ruptures in Whatcom County prompted the County Council to direct UPAC to address the issue of pipeline siting in Whatcom County. Introduction Pipeline is used to transfer fluids liquid or gas from one location to another location.

Designing pipeline refers to Pipe Engineering.

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