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Learn how one midwest company is taking its trash and turning it into fuel – all thanks to an Ariel compressor.
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An independent midstream energy company provides oil and gas producers with flexible, responsive and reliable midstream services from the wellhead to the market. The Daybrook compressor station utilizes one KBZ/2 and two KBZ/4 Ariel compressors in order to provide its customers with the compression they need to transport natural gas to their end users.
Learn how Australia's largest natural gas infrastructure company utilizes two Ariel KBU/6 reciprocating compressors to deliver natural gas throughout the nation.
In the last few years, Ariel Corporation has acquired a number of CNG-dedicated and bi-fuel (CNG + gasoline) vehicles with two ideas in mind: First, the fuel savings offered by CNG is still significant in comparison to diesel fuel even in light of recent drops in the price of petroleum. Secondly, Ariel, in its support of the expanded use of natural gas throughout the energy sector.
The Liberty Resources division of Mark West is the largest processor of natural gas in the Marcellus shale. The company provides fully integrated natural gas midstream and processing services in the liquids-rich areas of Southwest Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia.
Located in the rapidly-expanding metropolitan area of St. George, Utah, the Millcreek Generation Facility is using Ariel compressors to help generate electrical power for the region's 120,000 plus residents.
In recent years, Western Pennsylvania has seen an increase in natural gas discoveries within the Marcellus shale formation. Due to this increase, companies like Dominion Transmission are constructing additional outlets and using Ariel compressors to help bring more natural gas to market.
As Ohio's Utica shale is developed, one eastern Ohio Company is taking advantage of the environmental and financial paybacks provided through domestically extracted natural gas.
City of Dublin employees, alternative fuel industry representatives and local residents gathered on Thursday, June 28, 2012 to celebrate the official opening of Dublin’s first publicly accessible compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station.
Needing a reliable gas compression station to meet distribution requirements for a variety of operating conditions, Pacific Rubiales Energy installed Ariel JGE compressors.
Southern Pines is a high-deliverability, FERC-regulated, salt dome storage facility located in Green County, Mississippi. With three caverns currently in operation, this facility is able to provide a full range of firm and interruptible storage, hub and wheeling services.