DYNAMIC ENGINEERING & AUTOMATION

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OGRA set to issue 26 licenses for establishing LPG filling stations

19.07.2012

In an attempt to cater the growing energy demands, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has decided to issue 26 licenses for establishing Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) filling stations in the country.
OGRA would issue license for the LPG stations in next few days as it has completed its process of scrutinize the documents of the applicants.
Sources familiar with the development told “Online” that earlier, Regulatory Body has showed its concerns over the availability of LPG in the country to avoid any disaster like CNG. However, after assurance about availability from the applicants, OGRA decided [...]

SNG installs first gas turbine in Pakistan.

14.01.2012

KARACHI: A local engineering firm has installed the country’s first SNG (LPG Air mix) system for power generation, a statement said on Friday. The LPG-fuelled system will operate a 5.2MW gas turbine, thus, offsetting the shutdown of natural gas, it said.
Dynamic Engineering and Automation have installed the system at Soorty Enterprises in Karachi, it said. “This is a big diversification in terms of SNG applications as a supplement to the natural gas,” said Owais Mir, CEO of Dynamic Engineering.
“With the current gas scenario, Dynamic Engineering and Automation (DEA) is focusing [...]

PEAK SHAVING THAT MAKES SENSE

4.08.2009
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If City Utilities of Springfield, Mo., had used a classified ad to find a solution to its rapidly growing need for natural gas, this could have been it. Gas utilities not to mention electrical generation plants and large industrial facilities, across the country have been on the lookout for additional supplies of natural gas. However granted supplies at rate utilities and other buyers are willing to and can pay are increasingly harder to contract for because of ever-rising gas demand and national infrastructure of pipelines and gas plants that is not keeping up with demand.

The monumental effort companies [...]