Generator Set
Gas Turbine Genset
Gas Turbine Genset
design concept

Jereh R&D engineers have been thinking outside the box to utilize the power of electricity at well site. Based on the exploration & production demand of the U.S. Oil & Gas industry, Jereh offers a complete electricity supply solution from gas treatment, generation to power allocation and auxiliary power supply to meet the operational requirements of oilfield service operations. With dedicated R&D team and quality-focused processes, Jereh's patent-pending mobile gas turbine genset is designed with mobility in mind and one-key startup control system to allow safety & flexibility of electricity supply.

  • The balance is adjusted by independent hydraulic landding legs
  • The main trailer is connected with the air intake system through the auxiliary hydraulic system, which is convenient and fast
  • The exhaust system is lifted and installed without crane
  • The exhaust system is equipped with a wireless remote control, which does not require personnel to work at height
CORE HIGHLIGHTS
CNG, LNG and wellhead gas can be used as fuel source. Many indicators in the emission data are far lower than that of diesel engines (CO, UHC).
100% Natural Gas Fueling
MOBILITY
The trailer design, width, height and load meet DOT requirement of most states in the US including Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota, Wyoming, Louisiana, Arkansas, Colorado, etc.
Because the power trailer integrates the gas turbine, generator, control system, electrical system, lubrication system and other major components in one trailer, the field wiring work is greatly reduced. No large lifting equipment such as crane is needed for on-site installation. Large components (exhaust silencer, generator, etc.) can be installed through its own hydraulic system.
CONVENIENT RIG-UP
HIGH INTEGRATION
The genset is equipped with a total of four trailers, among which the power trailer integrates the gas turbine, generator, control system, electrical system, lubrication system and other major components in one trailer, with less on-site installation. After the rig-up, it only occupies 2500 square feet and can generate 33MW power in a limited area to meet all-round electricity demand at job site.
Performance and parameters
01 Performance Curve
02 Configuration and Parameter Table
Item Description
Engine GE LM2500 +G4 SAC
ISO Base Rating 33.85 MW @ ISO Working Condition
Generator Brush BDAX 62-166ER
Terminal Voltage 13.80 kV±5%
Frequency & Speed 60 Hz ±2%, 3,600 rev/min
Heat Rate, LHV 8,760 Btu/kWh(9,243 kJ/kWh)
Efficiency 39.50%
Exhaust Flow 201.72 lb/sec(91.5 kg/sec)
Exhaust Temp 526.6 °C(979.88 °F)
Noise Level < 90 dBA @ 1 meter
Rig-up Time < 8 Hours