Fluor procured two new 25,000 brake horsepower (BHP) synchronous electric motors to replace the existing turbines.
Weighing 28 tons each, they would be the largest engines in Canada when the project was completed.
Fluor also designed new systems for interacting with these engines and attaining the efficiency goals Dome Petroleum sought.
The complete conversion process included adding electric motor-drive compressor trains and auxiliary facilities, refrigeration and ethane product compressors and drivers, modifications to offsites and utilities, and instillation of major electrical ancillary equipment.
Two fired heaters were also used to replace the existing gas turbine waste heat recovery system.