The turbines provided by FLPS are reliable and perform remarkably in extreme temperatures, which makes them the perfect solution for remote well-site power in North Dakota and the Rocky Mountains, noted Recapture chief executive Jason Arnoldy.
FLPS's solutions are created to deliver highly-reliable performance and to reduce emissions and fuel costs, said FLPS president Doug Baltzer.
The main functions of the FLPS are LNG loading from a visiting LNG carrier, regasification of the LNG, power generation using natural gas and export of electricity to onshore grid.
The FLPS concept considered uses a single point mooring tower yoke for position keeping, if the jetty meeting the draft requirement for both LNG carrier and FLPS is not available.
Regasification takes place in the topside facility located on the deck of the FLPS and the gas is then fed to the power generation system, which uses an energy-efficient combined cycle consisting of gas turbines with heat recovery steam generators and steam turbine.