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					THE G. C. BROACH COMPANY 7667 EAST 46 PLACE TULSA, OK 74145-6364 USA

TELEPHONE 918-664-7420 TELEFAX 918-627-4083 Email broach@broach.com

WASTE HEAT RECOVERY EQUIPMENT LIST OF INSTALLATIONS
The G. C. Broach Company has an extensive history with the design and manufacture of Waste Heat Recovery Systems. The following is a list of some of our many projects involving primarily heat recovery from turbine engine exhaust. Many of the systems on the following list included flue gas bypass diverter assemblies, instrumentation, and controls.
Alberta Natural Gas Company 125,400,000 BTU/Hr.

Combination Auxiliary Fired Waste Heat Recovery Unit and Direct Fired Furnace, capable of full duty on natural draft when the turbine is shut down. This unit has a radiant section as well as a convection section which is capable of the full duty by absorbing the turbine exhaust heat without auxiliary firing. The fluid charge to this unit is a heat medium oil. The turbine is a John Brown Frame 5.

All American Pipeline Company 60,000,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 60,000,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 60,000,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 48,250,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 48,250,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 41,000,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 41,000,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 35,350,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 35,350,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 13,000,000 BTU/Hr. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit 13,000,000 BTU/Hr. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit 43,400,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater 43,400,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Heater

(Thirteen Units)

These units were among the thirty-five heaters we furnished to heat a 1700 mile heavy crude oil pipeline from California to Texas. These thirteen totally automated units utilize the exhaust from eighteen Solar Centaur Engines. The eleven auxiliary fired units are designed for full duty, with or without engine exhaust.

ARCO Alaska 114,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Six Units)
85,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. We have sold six of these units to ARCO for their low pressure gas separation flow stations on the North Slope. The fluid charge to these units is 62/38% Triethylene Glycol. The turbines are GE Frame 5. Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. We have sold two of these units to ARCO for their Reinjection Gas System on the North Slope. The fluid to these units is 60/40% Monoethylene Glycol. The turbines are GE Frame 5. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit. This unit is included in the ARCO North Slope Depropanizer System. The fluid to this unit is Dowtherm LF. The turbine is a Ruston TB-5000. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing exhaust gas from one G. E. Frame 5 Turbine located in ARCO's Central Gas Facility on the North Slope of Alaska. The fluid charge is Therminal 59 Heat Medium Oil.

(Two Units)
12,300,000 BTU/Hr.

121,600,000 BTU/Hr.

Asamera Oil Corporation 240,300,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
Bariven 22,380,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, Heat Recovery Steam Generators located in Sumatra, Indonesia utilizing 1850°F Thermal Oxidizer OffGas, including natural circulation vertical tube evaporator, economizer, elevated steam drum, and interconnecting piping. Each unit generates 245,000 Lbs/Hr of 170 PSIG saturated steam.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit recovering heat from one Nuovo Pignone Turbine. This unit is located in Guaraguad, Venezuela.

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WASTE HEAT RECOVERY LIST OF INSTALLATIONS
British-Borneo Exploration 16,200,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
Cabinda Gulf Oil Company 64,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units located on the Allegheny Seastar platform in the Green Canyon sector of the Gulf of Mexico. The fluid charge to these units is Chemtherm 550. The turbines are Solar Centaur 50's.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery from seven Nuovo Pignone Turbines. This unit contains a Therminol 55 coil and a cyclic regeneration gas coil. This unit is located Offshore Angola. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery from five Nuovo Pignone Turbines located on a platform Offshore Angola. The fluid charge is natural gas.

7,300,000 BTU/Hr.

Caribbean Utilities Company 12,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)

Per unit, Diesel Engine Exhaust Gas Forced Circulation Heat Recovery Steam Generator complete with boiler evaporator, economizer, steam drum, boiler circulating pumps, interconnecting piping, boiler valves instrumentation, automatic sootblowers, flue gas diverter dampers, silencers, and flue gas isolation guillotine damper. Each cogeneration system is designed to produce 11,023 Lbs/Hr of 145 PSIG saturated steam by recovering waste heat from one power generating Krupp Mach diesel engine. The units are located in the Grand Cayman Islands.

CENEX 16,600,000 BTU/Hr.

Combination Auxiliary Fired, Radiant and Convective Waste Heat Recovery Furnace, in Debutanizer Reboiler service, capable of full duty on natural draft when the Solar Saturn Turbine is off.

Chevron 2,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
CHT 46,508,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units. These units are located on the Mobile 864 "B" structure in the Gulf of Mexico. The fluid charge to these units is Thermalane 600. Each unit recovers heat from a Solar Saturn Turbine.

All Convective Heat Recovery Steam Generator recovering heat from a Hydrogen Reformer Heater. This unit is located in Talcahuano, Chile.

CNTIC/Fluor China Services 155,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Auxiliary Fired Waste Heat Recovery Boiler. This unit is unique in that it has four separately controlled simultaneous services, i.e., regeneration gas heating, ammonia water heating and vaporization, natural circulation steam generation section with boiler feedwater heating and deaeration and utility water heating. The turbine is a Nuovo Pignone single shaft Frame 5.

Coastal States Gas Producing Company 52,000,000 BTU/Hr. Per Unit, Auxiliary Fired, Radiant and Convective Waste Heat Recovery. We have sold two of these units to Coastal (Two Units) States for their Corpus Christi Plant. These units are in lean oil service, the turbines are Solar Saturns. Dubai Natural Gas Company 119,113,751 BTU/Hr.

Supplementally fired natural circulation Heat Recovery Steam Generator, producing 101,300 Lbs/Hr of 650 PSIG steam at 725°F, complete with drums, superheater, economizer, feedwater control station, diverter dampers, bypass stack, and complete control system, utilizing exhaust gas from a GE-LM2500 Engine.

E.I. duPont & Dev - Australia 38,900,000 BTU/Hr.

Vertical Firetube Process Gas Cooler utilizing 2084°F process gas to produce 37,525 Lbs/Hr of 200 PSIG saturated steam. The unit is located in Queensland, Australia. Waste Heat Boiler and Steam Drum recovering heat from a Chemical Process Heater. This unit is located in Queensland, Australia.

53,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Enserch Offshore 27,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Auxiliary Fired Heat Recovery Thermal Oil Heater and Pump Skid assembly, utilizing exhaust from either of two Allison 501 KB Turbine Generators. The WHRU is complete with ducts, flue gas diverter dampers, silencers, isolation guillotine damper, auxiliary burner with fuel train and controls, NEMA 4X control panel, and CO 2 emergency purge and fire suppression system.

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WASTE HEAT RECOVERY LIST OF INSTALLATIONS
Enterprise Products Company 40,270,000 BTU/Hr. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit in heat medium service. This unit recovers the heat from three Solar Centaur Turbines. 80,191,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired, Radiant and Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit. This waste heat recovery furnace uses one Solar Centaur Turbine for its combustion air. The fluid charge to this unit is lean oil for process heat. Per Unit, Auxiliary Fired, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. Enterprise currently has two of these units in combination heat medium/isopentane vaporizer/isobutane service. Each unit recovers heat from three IngersolRand GT-22 Turbines. Auxiliary Fired, Radiant and Convective Waste Heat Recovery Furnace, using the exhaust from four Ingersol-Rand GT-22 Turbines for combustion air. This unit is in combination heat medium/butane vaporizer service. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit. This unit is in combination Heat Medium/Butane Vaporizer service, utilizing exhaust gas from four Ingersol-Rand GT-22 Turbines. Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units, these units are in combination Heat Medium/Isobutane Vaporizer service, utilizing exhaust gas from two Solar Saturn Turbines. Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units. These units are in combination heat medium/propane propylene vaporizer service. These units recover heat from two Solar Centaur Turbines. All Convective Hot Oil Waste Heat Recovery Unit, utilizing exhaust gas from two Solar Centaur Turbines. Per Unit, Isobutane Waste Heat Recovery Unit, utilizing turbine exhaust from two Ingersol-Rand GT-22 Turbines.

88,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
226,132,000 BTU/Hr.

32,000,000 BTU/Hr.

825,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
11,213,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
11,400,000 BTU/Hr. 1,320,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
24,400,000 BTU/Hr. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit. This unit is in combination heat medium/stabilizer reboiler service recovering heat from one Ingersol-Rand GT-22 Turbine. This All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizes exhaust from an Ingersol-Rand Turbine. The WHRU has two separate coils for simultaneous heating of Rubilene Heat Transfer Fluid and reboiling stabilizer bottoms. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing the exhaust from one Solar Saturn Turbine to heat diesel oil. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing the exhaust from three Solar Centaur Turbines. The unit contains two separate coils for the simultaneous heating of Mobiltherm 603 and a gasoline reboiler service. Auxiliary Fired, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing the exhaust from three Solar Centaur Turbines. The unit contains three separate coils for simultaneous heating of regeneration gas, Mobiltherm 603 Heat Transfer Fluid, and reboiling stabilizer bottoms. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing the exhaust from one Solar Centaur Turbine. vaporizing depropanizer bottoms. This unit is

24,400,000 BTU/Hr.

4,605,000 BTU/Hr. 74,200,000 BTU/Hr.

122,604,000 BTU/Hr.

8,850,000 BTU/Hr.

11,500,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing the exhaust from three Solar Centaur Turbines. This unit is vaporizing depropanizer bottoms. Low NOx, Auxiliary Fired, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing the exhaust from three Solar Centaur T4700 Turbines. The unit contains two separate coils for simultaneous heating of Mobiltherm 603 and Butane. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit recovering heat from three Solar Centaur T-4500 Turbines. This unit contains two coils for simultaneous heating of Mobiltherm 603 and Propane.

120,440,000 BTU/Hr.

62,270,000 BTU/Hr.

EPCON 7,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Heat Recovery Exchanger recovering heat from a Thermal Oxidizer. This unit is located in Los Angeles, CA. The fluid charge is Therminol 55.

ESSAR Oil Ltd 210,894,000 BTU/Hr.

High Pressure Heat Recovery Steam Generator utilizing 1850°F Thermal Oxidizer off-gas designed to produce 186,000 Lbs/Hr of superheated steam at 600 PSIG and 700oF. The vertical tube natural circulation unit also includes HP Superheater, HP Evaporator, HP Economizer, and MP Superheater Coils.

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WASTE HEAT RECOVERY LIST OF INSTALLATIONS
Esso 13,600,000 BTU/Hr. Hot Oil Waste Heat Recovery in Judy Creek, Alberta, Canada. This unit utilizes exhaust gas from a Ruston TA1750 Turbine.

Exxon 24,750,000 BTU/Hr. 19,300,000 BTU/Hr.

Auxiliary Fired, All Convective Waste Heat Unit in hot oil service. Auxiliary Fired, All Convective Waste Heat Unit in hot oil reboiler service, utilizing exhaust gas from a Ruston TA1750 Turbine.

Frontier Refining Company 26,145,000 BTU/Hr.

Process preheat service plus a boiler section producing 24,500 Lbs/Hr of 325 PSIG steam utilizing high temperature flue gas from a hydrogen reformer furnace located in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Georgia Pacific Corporation 63,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Auxiliary Fired Waste Heat Recovery System to heat air for drying sheet rock, utilizing the exhaust gas from three Solar Saturn Turbines located in Buchanan, New York.

Glitsch 35,508,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Natural Circulation Heat Recovery Steam Generartor producing 31,838 Lbs/Hr of 610 PSIG steam superheated to 1180°F. The heat is recovered from 1875°F flue gas produced in a Hydrogen Reformer located in Talcahuano, Chile.

Greater Winnipeg Gas Company 17,500,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit, in propane vaporization service, utilizing the exhaust gas from a Ruston TA2500 Turbine. Gulf Energy Processing Corp. 12,230,000 BTU/Hr.

Waste Heat Recovery Unit in reboiler service in Kennedy, Texas, utilizing the exhaust gas from a Ruston TA1750 Turbine.

Hoffman LaRoche 10,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Horizontal Firetube Heat Recovery Steam Generator, utilizing 1800°F Thermal Oxider Exhaust. The unit generates 9820 Lbs/Hr of 180 PSIG saturated steam located in Florence South Carolina.

Hudsons Bay Oil and Gas Co. 72,614,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
LOTEPRO 7,900,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, Auxiliary Fired Waste Heat Recovery. Hudsons Bay has two of these units in debutanizer reboiler service in their Alberta plants. These units utilize the exhaust gas from Ruston TA1750 Turbines.

Horizontal Firetube Process Gas Boiler located in Brazil utilizing 246 PSIG effluent from a Steam - Methane Reformer, producing 9860 Lbs/Hr of 350 PSIG saturated steam.

Louisiana Interstate (LIG Liquids) 53,500,000 BTU/Hr. Auxiliary Fired Waste Heat Recovery Unit in hot oil service, utilizing the exhaust gas from three Solar Centaur Turbines located in St. Landry, Louisiana. Marsulex Inc. 42,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Firetube Waste Heat Boiler generating 50,000 Lbs/Hr of 185 PSIG saturated steam with 1800°F off-gas from a spent sulfuric acid regenerator furnace. The system includes a single pass horizontal tube evaporator section, elevated steam drum, instrumentation, and a refractory lined inlet plenum with provisions for manual online cleaning.

MAXUS 45,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
M-C Power 1,250,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, Auxiliary Fired Radiant Convection Waste Heat Recovery Furnaces in hot oil service. These two units are particularly noteworthy in that they use heavy #6 fuel oil for auxiliary firing, and they are installed on a one-million barrel oil storage barge in the Sunda Strait offshore Indonesia. The design is approved by The American Bureau of Shipping. Each unit recovers heat from two Viking Turbines.

Auxiliary Fired, Skid Mounted, Heat Recovery Steam Generator for a Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Research & Development Project at Miramar Naval Base, San Diego, California. The unit also preheats natural gas and turbocharger air for the fuel cell. The project is a joint venture between the U.S. Department of Energy, M-C Power Corp., Bechtel Corp., Stewart & Stevenson, and the Institute of Gas Technology.

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WASTE HEAT RECOVERY LIST OF INSTALLATIONS
Mitchell Gas Services 28,000,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit located in Anderson, Texas. The fluid charge is Chemtherm 550. Heat is recovered from 1800°F Flue Gas produced in a Thermal Oxidizer.

Mitsubishi/Kellogg 77,210,000 BTU/Hr.

Auxiliary Fired Heat Recovery Steam Generator producing 80,000 Lbs/Hr of 150 PSIG steam, including Steam Drum, Economizer, Fuel Train, and all Controls. This unit utilizes exhaust gas from one Rolls Royce Avon 1535 Model 160 Gas Turbine located in Malaysia.

Mobil Equatorial Guinea 40,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
Mobil Oil - Offshore Nigeria 75,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units. We have sold two of these units for the Mobil Jade Project located offshore Equatorial Guinea. The fluid charge to these units is 50% TEG Solution, the turbines are Solar.

(Two Units)
22,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, Heat Recovery Heat Media Heaters with stainless steel process heat transfer coils, flue gas diverters, exhaust stack, bypass stack (with integral silencer), ducts, expansion joints, and raincaps. Each unit utilizes exhaust gas from one General Electric LM 2500 Gas Turbine. Per Unit, Heat Recovery Regeneration Gas Heaters with stainless steel process heat transfer coils, flue gas diverter dampers, and bypass silencer. Each unit utilizes exhaust from one Solar Centaur T47 Turbine.

(Two Units)
Nanhai West Oil 10,230,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery installed on an off-shore production platform in the South China Sea. The fluid charge to the units is ethylene glycol solution. The turbines are Solar Centaur.

North American Turbine Corp. 27,500,000 BTU/Hr. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit, utilizing the exhaust gas from Viking Turbines. Northwest Pipeline 91,103,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
ONGC 22,931,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. These two units were sold to Northwest Pipeline for service in their Opal, Wyoming Turbo Expander Plant. The turbines are Solar Centaurs and the fluid charge is Exxon Caloria HT 43 Heating Oil.

(Four Units)
Petro Star 120,500,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. There are four of these units in service on an offshore platform in India. The fluid charge to these units is heating oil. The engines are Ruston.

Combination Auxiliary Fired Waste Heat Recovery Unit and Direct Fired Crude Heater, capable of full duty on natural draft when the turbine is shut down. This unit has a radiant section as well as a convection section designed to heat and vaporize crude oil entering a distillation column. The turbine is a Solar Mars 100.

Phillips Petroleum Company 15,815,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Economizer coil for a Waste Heat Boiler. This unit heats 219,563 Lbs/Hr of Boiler Condensate located in Old Ocean, Texas. All Convective Heat Recovery Steam Generator located in Guayama, Puerto Rico utilizing the exhaust from a 128 M2 BTU/Hr Platformer Heater. This unit produces 68,628 Lbs/Hr of 160 PSIG Saturated Steam.

58,640,000 BTU/Hr.

Qualcomm 7,200,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Water Heater recovering heat from one Solar Saturn Turbine. This unit is designed to heat pressurized water from 298°F to 350°F with a mass flow rate of 133,754 Lbs/Hr. This unit is located in San Diego, California.

Renaissance Energy 12,500,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)

Per Unit, All Convective Supplementally Fired Waste Heat Recovery Units in hot oil service, complete with diverter dampers and bypass stacks, utilizing exhaust gas from two Solar Saturn Turbine Engines located in Alberta, Canada.

Sakhalin Energy Investment Co., Ltd. 20,000,000 BTU/Hr. All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing exhaust gas from two Alsthom Typhoon Turbines, with auxiliary firing for operation when the turbines are idle. This unit is located off-shore Sakhalin Island, Russia.

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WASTE HEAT RECOVERY LIST OF INSTALLATIONS
S. A. Meneven 27,900,000 BTU/Hr.

(Three Units)
Saudi Aramco 2,600,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. There are three of these units for use in Meneven's NGL Plant in Eastern Venezuela. The fluid charge to these units is heating oil. The engines are Nuovo-Pignone Model #MS 1002.

(Thirty-Three Units)

Per Unit, Waste Heat Recovery and Fuel Gas Production Systems. These thirty-three units were complete skid mounted NGL to Turbine Fuel Gas Vaporization Units. These units utilized turbine exhaust gas to vaporize NGL to produce fuel for thirty-three Pratt & Whitney FT-4 Engines driving the pumps for Saudi Aramco's East/West Pipeline. During the 1990 East/West Pipeline Expansion, these units were replaced with 22 -– 13.5 M2 Broach Hot Oil Heaters, to produce fuel for the original thirty-three FT-4 Turbines, twenty-two Cooper-Rolls Coberra Turbines, and eight Allison Turbines.

Sohio 95,000,000 BTU/Hr.

(Four Units)
Southwest Research Institute 2,544,000 BTU/Hr.

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery. We have sold four of these units to Sohio for their low pressure gas separation gathering centers on the North Slope. The fluid charge to these units is pressurized water for heat medium use. The engines are GE Frame 5.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery designed to utilize the exhaust from one Solar Saturn Engine to heat Syltherm 800HT Heat Transfer Fluid for research purposes.

SRI-U-THONG 42,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Supplementally Fired Waste Heat Recovery Unit recovering heat from one Solar Taurus 70 Turbine. This unit contains a Santotherm 66 hot oil coil and a natural circulation low pressure steam coil with an elevated steam drum. This unit is located in Bangkok, Thailand.

Tatham Offshore 17,500,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
Texaco 12,000,000 BTU/Hr. Total Petroleum Company 170,540,000 BTU/Hr.

Waste Heat Recovery Hot Oil Heater complete with flue gas diverter dampers, zero flue gas leakage isolation guillotine dampers, silencers, and sequencing control panel with programmable logic control (PLC), utilizing the exhaust gas from either of two Solar Centaur T4700 Turbine Generators.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit in hot oil service offshore Angola. The turbine is a Solar Centaur.

Supplementally fired controlled-circulation, high temperature, severe duty, abrasion resistant Heat Recovery Steam Generator, producing 190,000 Lbs/Hr of steam at 750°F, complete with drums, superheater, economizer, circulating pump skid, all connecting piping and valves, and control system, utilizing flue gas from a high temperature CO incinerator located in Alma, Michigan.

Ultramar, Inc. 54,000,000 BTU/Hr. Unocal Thailand, Ltd. 2,900,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Bare Tube Heat Recovery Steam Generator utilizing Cat Cracker flue gas.

Hot Oil Waste Heat Recovery Unit utilizing a small slip-stream of exhaust gas from an offshore 18,000 Hp turbine. This unit is designed to flow the bulk of the exhaust gas directly to the silencer minimizing back pressure on the turbine.

Valero Hydrocarbons 18,000,000 BTU/Hr.

Waste Heat Recovery Unit for heating a Glycol/Water solution, utilizing the exhaust gas from a Solar Centaur Turbine located in San Martin, Texas.

Williams Energy 31,500,000 BTU/Hr.

All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Unit heating Thermalane 600 for the TXP-3 Echo Springs, Wyoming facility. The turbine is a Solar Mars 100. Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units heating Therminol 55 for the TXP-3 Opal, Wyoming facility. The turbines are Solar Mars 100.

21,250,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)
Williams Field Services 31,200,000 BTU/Hr.

(Two Units)

Per Unit, All Convective Waste Heat Recovery Units in 60/40 TEG Heat Medium service, complete with diverter dampers and bypass stacks, utilizing exhaust gas from two Solar T-12000 Mars Turbine Engines located in El Cedro, New Mexico.

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