Chart Industries, Inc. has acquired L.A. Turbine, a global leader in turboexpander design, engineering, manufacturing, assembly and testing for new and aftermarket equipment, and significant in-house engineering expertise. Read more
Read one of Gas Processing & LNG magazine’s top articles authored by LAT titled, “Fundamentals of Turboexpander Design & Operation” for insight on turbomachinery basics + maintenance, troubleshooting & special features. Read Now
Midstream gas processor is operating L.A. Turbine’s first ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor in Bakken Shale Read More
Tadeh Avetian and Luis E. Rodriguez, L.A. Turbine, USA, discuss the latest breakthroughs in turboexpanders for the LNG industry. Recent technological developments within the world of turboexpanders (TEXs) promise to make the utilisation of active magnetic bearings (AMBs) even more widespread across all gas-related industries, and to allow end-users and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) […]
VALENCIA, CA., March 27, 2019 — L.A. Turbine (LAT) today announced the shipment of its first ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander-Compressor to a new processing plant located in the Bakken Shale Play of North Dakota.
Hydrocarbon Engineering covers LAT’s shipment of first ARES AMB turboexpander to NGL processor in the Bakken Shale area of North Dakota. Read Now
ARES AMB is making headlines. Secures cover story in CT2. LAT rethinks AMB turboexpander solution and wages war on wires. Read Now
L.A. Turbine (LAT) today announced that its L3000 turboexpander-compressor in a UOP Russell cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Eddy County, New Mexico has exceeded its designed 200MMSCFD flowrate by 10 percent.
L.A. Turbine featured in Gas Compression Magazine celebrates 15 years with staying power and a new ARES AMB Turboexpander Line. Read Now
L.A. Turbine receives rave reviews for the new ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander-Compressor featuring the first skid-mounted AMB control system. Read Now