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Author: EnergasTech

Energas successfully commissions fuel gas receiving station for Ghana power plant

[Johannesburg, 4 April 2019]: Leading supplier of high-end and specialised equipment to the oil and gas industries in Africa, Energas Technologies, has successfully commissioned a fuel gas receiving station for a new 340 MW power plant in the coastal city of Tema in Ghana.       According to HP van Huyssteen, project engineer at Energas Technologies, […]

Huge untapped potential for gas-to-power in Southern Africa

By HP van Huyssteen, project manager at Energas Technologies. That southern Africa is becoming a key player in the international trend towards the development of renewable energy sources is no overstatement. A joint report by REN21 and UNIDO finds that renewables now account for 23,5% of the region’s generation capacity. SADC countries aim to increase […]

Energas introduces new Mokveld typhoon valve system

[Johannesburg, 09 April 2018]: After more than a decade of development and testing in diverse applications, Mokveld’s Typhoon Valve System is now ready for commercial use. The technology is also now available locally through Mokveld’s distributor in South Africa, Energas Technologies, a leading supplier of high-end and specialised equipment to the oil and gas industries […]

Energas powers Enertec’s generator sets into Southern Africa

[Johannesburg, 30 January 2018]: Leading supplier of specialised equipment to the natural gas industries in Southern Africa, Energas Technologies, has entered into a distribution agreement with R Schmitt Enertec, a German manufacturer of gas engines, generator sets and cogeneration sets, to offer Enertec’s highly efficient power generators to the local market.    Effective November 2017, R […]

Relishing the best of both worlds with new detonation flame arresters from Energas

[Johannesburg, 24 January 2017]: Now available in Southern Africa through Energas Technologies, a leading supplier of high-end and specialised equipment to the oil and gas industries in the region, is a new, innovative range of detonation flame arresters from leading US-based manufacturer, Protectoseal, which sets a new era with its ability to act as a […]

Energas launches new in-line deflagration flame arresters

[Johannesburg, 10 October 2017]: Leading supplier of high-end and specialised equipment to the oil and gas industries in Southern Africa, Energas Technologies has introduced a new range of in-line deflagration flame arresters from leading US-based manufacturer, Protectoseal. Designed to withstand low-speed, low-pressure, as well as high-speed, high-pressure deflagration flame fronts in gas pipes, the new […]

Nampak Glass creates new opportunities for gas operations

[Johannesburg, 27 June 2017]: Nampak Glass has commissioned a 1km-long high pressure underground pipeline, which feeds from the existing Sasol Gas Ltd.’s transmission network and ties into the newly constructed Nampak Pressure Reduction Station (PRS) in Germiston. Implemented for strategic business decisions, the high pressure underground pipeline construction includes a pressure reducing and metering station […]

Energas Technologies appointed to design and supply fuel gas receiving package for Kpone in Ghana

[Johannesburg, 27 March 2017]: A new power plant, Kpone Independent Power Plant (KIPP) in Tema, Ghana, will be independently owned by Cenpower Generation Company Limited (Cenpower) to provide safe, secure and reliable electricity supply to Ghana. The power plant will comprise a multi-shaft combined cycle configuration comprising two gas turbines, two heat recovery steam generators […]