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Invitation to Attend Free Webinars on The OP16 Gas Turbine and Alternative Fuels

20 July 2017 - OPRA Turbines is organizing a series of webinars on Alternative Fuels and CHP (Combined Heat and Power) applications.

Each webinar provides relevant case studies and feasibility studies. Please find upcoming webinars below. You can attend all the webinars for free and they last approximately 45 minutes. Each webinar will be held twice per day, allowing for different time zones. You are welcome to pass on this invite to anyone you feel might find this interesting

Session 1: Amsterdam10.00AM / Jakarta 3.00PM
Session 2: Amsterdam 5.00PM / New York 11.00AM

Topic: Alternative Fuels (Syngas, Biogas, Pyrolysis Oil and Industrial By-Product Gases)
Date: 19th September 2017
Duration: 45 minutes
Time: The presentation will be held twice for different time zones
Session 1: Amsterdam 10.00AM / Jakarta 3.00PM
(click here to register for session 1)
Session 2: Amsterdam 5.00PM / New York 11.00AM
(click here to register for session 2)

Topic: CHP in Direct Drying Applications
Date: 24th October 2017
Duration: 45 minutes
Time: The presentation will be held twice for different time zones
Session 1: Amsterdam 10.00AM / Jakarta 3.00PM
(click here to register for session 1)
Session 2: Amsterdam 5.00PM / New York 11.00AM
(click here to register for session 2)

Topic: CHP in Steam Applications
Date: 21st November 2017
Duration: 45 minutes
Time: The presentation will be held twice for different time zones
Session 1: Amsterdam 10.00AM / Jakarta 3.00PM
(click here to register for session 1)
Session 2: Amsterdam 5.00PM / New York 11.00AM
(click here to register for session 2)

If you require additional information, please do not hesitate to send an email to webinar@opraturbines.com

About OPRA Turbines
OPRA Turbines is a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced radial gas turbines and gas turbine powered generator sets in the 2MW power range.
The OP16 gas turbines are typically used for oil & gas and cogeneration applications for industries requiring a lot of heat in their processes in addition to power.
For further information, please visit our website.

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