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What is Electric Compression?
Electric compression uses electric motors to run gas compressors. This may seem to be illogical if you are in the natural gas business, to use electricity to drive your gas compressors. However, there are circumstances and locations that make electric compression a serious consideration.
One of the key benefits to electric compression is the fact that there is no combustion, therefore, there are no emissions - because there is exhaust AT THE LOCATION OF THE ELECTRIC COMPRESSOR. Note that there ARE emissions related to electric compression, but these emissions are generated at the electric power plant that generates the electricity for the electric compressor(s). Electric compression , like typical gas compression systems, requires cooling of the gas through the heat exchanger(s).
Drawbacks for considering electric compression are;
the resulting monthly power/electric bills
limitations of the power supply/source
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