Gas & Power
To increase power efficiency generated from LNG, primary power generation uses heat from the combustion of LNG in a gas turbine, while secondary power generation uses high-temperature exhaust gas discharged from the gas turbine as a heat source. The exhaust gas will drive the steam turbine with high-temperature, high-pressure steam produced by HRSG.
This system primarily generates electricity through a gas turbine, while the waste heat produced during combustion results in high-pressure steam and hot water. This high-pressure steam is used in the production process, while the hot water is primarily sent to each household on district heating.
LNG from overseas must be liquefied for import and transport to LNG terminals in Korea for shipping to each customer. The LNG terminal is a facility that has one or more huge LNG storage tanks. The terminal sells its stored LNG to customers through gas supply pipelines built across the country.
Improving energy efficiency using water electrolysis Concept