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Natural Gas-Fired Turbines Prep for Major Maintenance After Decade of Rapid Growth

Natural Gas-Fired Turbines Prep for Major Maintenance After Decade of Rapid Growth

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Attachment: Comb NG units 2021-SLIDE, Comb NG units 2021-UNITS

SUGAR LAND--May 3, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Following years of often surprising growth, U.S. natural gas-fired energy generation is set to take a breather in 2021. Although gas-fired energy providers will continue to build and install new units, a sudden jump from record low prices is expected to temper the fossil fuel's standing in the energy mix. Of the many combustion turbine units (single-cycle and combined-cycle) installed across the U.S. from 2010 through 2018--a period often called the "dash to gas"--Industrial Info is tracking 78 units that are set for major maintenance projects lasting 14 days or more, from now through the end of 2021.

Within this article: Details on some of the offline events for the remainder of 2021 related to U.S. gas-fired combustion turbine units that began operations from 2010 through 2018, including those from major companies such as Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK) and Dominion Energy Incorporated (NYSE:D).

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