Jereh’s equipment for power industry to contribute to lower-emission future

At POWERGEN International 2023, Chinese oil and gas company Jereh has showcased its Turnkey Power Generation and Power Storage Solutions which are expected to contribute to reducing the overall carbon footprint and increasing efficiency.

Courtesy of Jereh

One of the products to lower emissions and increase efficiency in power generation is Power2Go, a mobile gas turbine generator set with a capacity of 33 MW. It is ESG-compliant technology and uses wellhead gas, LNG, or CNG to generate electricity.

According to Jereh, Power2Go provides reliable and consistent power for different operations in locations where grid power isn’t reliable.

The product is currently being used in the United States (US) to power electric fracturing operations in the Permian and Uintah Basin, and Jereh said it has achieved 6000 hours of operation since deployment.

The main driver for the Power2Go is the GE LM2500 gas turbine, and Jereh said the equipment also contains the enclosures, power switching apparatus, entire cable network, auxiliary equipment, and control panel, and it can be configured for optional remote monitoring.

The company added that Power2Go requires no crane to install, and most of the auxiliary equipment is integrated into the structure of the main trailer.

The intake and exhaust system installation and positioning is operated with hydraulics and sensors, and installation can be done in as little as 8 hours, Jereh noted.

Another product expected to contribute to decarbonisation is the battery energy storage system (BESS).

According to Jereh, the BESS is equipped with a high-performance battery with a service life of more than 20 years and high voltage endurance capacity which can reduce the site footprint by 35% compared with a 1000 V DC energy storage system.

“We are accelerating our work to innovate the design for future energy, which is more efficient, integrated, and ESG-compliant,” said Sharon Shi, President of Jereh Energy Equipment & Technology Corporation, one of the subsidiaries of Jereh Group.