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For Worldwide Release: September 2019
Houston, Texas – Caterpillar Oil & Gas is pleased to be participating in the GMRC’s 2019 Gas Machinery Conference to be held September 29 – October 2 in San Antonio, Texas. Product experts will be available at the conference to present on the latest updates and discuss the Cat® gas compression portfolio of products including the G3500, G3600, GCM34, electric motors, and the new HMI panel available on select CG137 models.
“Caterpillar is committed to serving the Gas Compression industry with the best products and services, and at the 2019 GMC we are proud to share our latest developments. From the most durable and flexible engines in their class, the 1,875-5,500 HP G3600 A4 line, to the improved setup and ease of use of the updated 400 and 600 HP CG137’s, to our 1,000 to 10,000 HP CN electric motor line, and our new G3600 turbo repair and replacement offerings – we are committed to providing the best products and support in the industry,” said Mark Anderson, Gas Compression Product Segment Manager, Caterpillar Oil & Gas.
With over two billion operating hours around the world, Cat gas compression engines stand up to the most demanding oil and gas transportation applications. Advanced combustion technology enables the engines to burn a variety of fuels including field gas, natural gas, coal bed methane, wellhead gas, propane, and low-energy gas. Caterpillar offers the widest range of prime mover choices, with power ratings from 71 bkW (95 bhp) to 6,100 bkW (8,180 bhp).
The G3600 natural gas combustion engine has been in production for over 28 years and continues to prove itself in the field as a robust performer. Available in four different models, the G3600 series engine has ratings ranging from 1875 – 5350 bhp. The G3600 series engine with ADEM™ A4 ECM Technology provides the benefits of lower compression ratios, an enhanced piston design, AFRC improvements, an improved intake air system., and superior camshaft design. Versatile combustion technology enables the engines to run on a wide variety of fuels virtually anywhere in the world.
Similar to the G3600 engine series, customers can expect the same performance and reliability from Cat G3500 engines. With a wide power range of 524 – 1725 bhp, the G3500 engine family offers the versatility to meet your application needs.
Offering the largest power range for upstream & midstream engine-driven reciprocating gas compression at 6145 – 8180 bhp, the GCM34 provides low fuel consumption and emissions, and high reliability, all while delivering the power you need for your operation. Whether you’re powering pipeline transmission, processing, or gas storage and withdrawal, these 12- and 16-cylinder, long stroke units deliver peak performance under most ambient and load conditions.
Cat electric motors for gas compression offer zero site emissions, virtually no maintenance, less noise, and the same quality and productivity you expect from gas engines. To learn more about electric motors view the Cat electric motors infographic.
“Caterpillar recognizes the GMRC as a leading technical and research organization, and we look forward every year towards contributing our technology and solutions to help make both the GMRC and GMC Conference successful. Caterpillar is committed to the oil & gas industry overall, and specifically to the natural gas compression industry, by constantly striving to develop and invest in new products which are more powerful, efficient, cleaner, safer, sustainable, supportable, and offer the industry the lowest owning & operating costs solutions. Combined with global coverage support by Caterpillar and our dealer network, we are committed to being a powerful partner in helping our customers get the work done,” said Richard Barber, Gas Compression, Global Industry Manager.
Caterpillar Oil & Gas experts will be available to discuss gas compression solutions throughout the show and at specific technical courses featuring product experts Michael Coppinger, Ken Hall, and Ralph Warner. Stop by the Caterpillar exhibit, booth #413, to learn more about our gas compression products and services.
About Caterpillar Oil & Gas
Caterpillar Oil & Gas, Caterpillar Inc.’s oil and gas division with headquarters in Houston, Texas, consolidates all the sales and service activities for Cat oil and gas power solutions. Since the 1930s, Caterpillar has manufactured engines for the oilfield and today provides premier power solutions with outputs from 31 to 16,000 kW. The sales and service network includes more than 2,100 dealer locations world-wide dedicated to support customers in the drilling, production, well service and gas compression segments. More information is available at: cat.com
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