In today's demanding power generation market, fuel cost and availability have become critical for gas turbine users. As such, the ability to switch fuels has is an important competitive advantage.
Our extensive experience in the provision of complete fuel conversions for gas turbine units allows customers to consider a variety of options, including:
- Liquid to Gas or Gas to Liquid
- Single Liquid or Gas Fuel to Dual Fuel on Gas and Liquid
- Dual Liquid or Dual Gas
- Conversion to DLN or Dry Low NOx
- Conversion to HFO or Residual Fuel
- Conversion to Naphtha
- Conversion to Non-Standard or Low-BTU Gas
Our team can undertake an entire fuel conversion project in all of these scenarios, including using our gas turbine expertise in making diverse hardware and software system modifications required on the existing control systems.
We also have the capability to deal with non-standard fuels including Naphtha and low-BTU gases and can address combustion system design issues associated with these fuels to ensure the proper operation of your gas turbine.
Improve Gas Turbine Operating Flexibility & Reliability with Fuel-Systems Modifications
We have partnered with the Combined Cycle Journal to provide you with an in-depth look at the possible fuel system conversions and modifications performed by TTS. When natural gas costs rise and supply runs low, many gas turbine operators turn to alternative fuels, such as distillate oil. These liquid fuels are cost-effective and can continue to generate uninterrupted power.
Learn more about improving your gas turbine operating flexibility in our latest white paper:Download Line Card
The Benefits of Dual Fuel as a Back-up System for Grid Stability
When power went down in the ERCOT region in February 2021, many renewable power stations were unable to respond to the energy demands. With the power grid down, it became clear gas turbine back-up fuel systems are critical for infrastructure and grid stability. Oil and gas-fired turbine units are held in reserve as back-up power to the grid. Dual-fuel gas turbines can be made to run on these fuels with minimal conversions and upgrades.Read Our Blog