Don’t miss out on one of Gas Processing magazine’s top articles of 2020! Read LAT-authored Fundamentals of Turboexpander Design & Operation for insight on turbomachinery basics + maintenance, troubleshooting & special features. Read now.
CT2’s Compression Yearbook includes multiple entries on the commissioning of L.A. Turbine’s ARES AMB turboexpander units for cryogenic gas processing in the Bakken Shale and along the Panola pipeline. Read LAT’s summary or view the entire yearbook.
ARES Units #2 & #3 Started in TX & ND Read Now
L.A. Turbine (LAT) has commissioned its first ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander – Compressor within a newly established natural gas liquid (NGL) processing plant in the Bakken Shale Play of North Dakota, USA. Read Now
L.A. Turbine announced the commissioning of its first ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander-Compressor within a newly established natural gas liquid (NGL) processing plant Read More
Midstream gas processor is operating L.A. Turbine’s first ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor in Bakken Shale Read More
L.A. Turbine commissions first ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor with skid-mounted AMB controller for North Dakota NGL plant with 200MMSCFD flow rate Read More
Bakken Shale is home to the industry’s first ARES AMB Turboexpander with skid-mounted AMB controller for NGL processing in new North Dakota midstream plant Read More
ARES AMB goes to work in the Bakken Shale. LAT President Danny Mascari and Director of Engineering Tadeh Avetian talk about the machine performance and NGL end-user benefits with Gas Compression magazine. View Article
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.