Waukesha´s powerful new 275GL+ with ESM2 gas engine
Sponsored by: INNIO
- Gas Emissions
- Fuel Flexibility Improvements
Date: 31 July
Days to go: 15
Time: 5PM London/12PM New York
A viable alternative for your high horsepower compression needs
At Waukesha, we know how important it is for you to stay up-to-date on the latest information regarding your high horsepower compression and emerging new technologies. We hope this presentation will help you evaluate your options for future equipment purchases to meet your gathering and processing horsepower needs.
In this live, interactive webinar, the INNIO Waukesha Gas Engines team will be providing an overview of the new 275GL+ with ESM2 gas engine, including:
• Product and technology features
• Emissions, altitude, and fuel flexibility improvements vs. existing 275GL+ engine line
• Benchmarking vs. competitor products
• Reliability improvements made to the 275GL+ engine platform
With the new 275GL+ with ESM2, Waukesha is focused on helping meet our customer’s requirements around improved performance and reliability, lower life cycle costs and competitive capex. and lead times.
275GL+ Product Leader INNIO Waukesha gas engines
Greg Polkus is the Product Manager for the Waukesha 275GL+ product line at INNIO. As a leading provider of power equipment and services, INNIO is focused on power generation and gas compression at or near the point of use. INNIO´s product portfolio includes highly reliable, robust reciprocating engines that generate 200 kW to 10 MW of power for numerous industries globally. The business is headquartered in Jenbach, Austria.
Greg leads the 275GL+ product line which develops new products focused on improving the reliability and performance 275GL+ engine. He is responsible for the multi-generational product plan which is the long-term product strategy ensuring Waukesha units continue to deliver industry leading value for operators of its engines.
Greg joined GE Distributed Power (now INNIO)´s engineering group in 2015, where he was the project manager for the VHP Series 5 engine development. He later became the 275GL+ engineering leader, where he was responsible for several reliability improvements and the launch of the 275GL+ with ESM2.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan.
Key Learning Objectives
- Reliability improvements made to the 275GL+ engine
- New features of the 275GL+ with ESM2
- Engine performance improvements of the 275GL+ with ESM2
- Plant Manager
- Operations Manager
- Pipeline Design Manager
- Pipeline Control Center Manager
- Downstream Manager
- Transmission Manager
- Petroleum Engineer
- Facilities Gas Engineer
- Land Manager
- Oil & Gas Inspector