We know that the operating demands placed on a generating set used in the oil and gas industry are especially high - not least when it comes to robustness and durability. That’s why the quality of every STAMFORD and AvK alternator is based on
thousands of hours of product development and endurance testing.
Whether drilling for oil and gas in the arctic-like conditions of Siberia, in the Rocky Mountains of North America or offshore in the North Sea, our durable STAMFORD and AvK alternators are engineered to supply dependable power where you need it.
|Alternators for Oil and Gas Applications||
Alternators from the STAMFORD and AvK product ranges for the oil and gas sector.
|Onshore Oil & Gas Stationary Rig||
The 16 AvK alternators, which were especially produced to fit the challenging requirements for the Russian market, operate at a stationary rig at temperatures reaching -20°C. Not only the rig, but the AvK generators as well as the 16 cylinder Cummins engines were developed down to the finest detail, to be able to endure the harsh Russian climate.
|SST Energy Corporation||
The Rocky Mountain region of the United States has an abundance of natural resources, such as oil and natural gas. The extraction of these energy sources requires mobile drilling platforms that can provide electricity beyond the reach of utility power.
|STAMFORD alternators help PSM hit the mark with Gazprom||
A Russian generator set supplier keen to increase its business with oil and gas clients has scored a success with Gazprom after specifying STAMFORD alternators for its standby application units.
|Customised AvK® generator design powers Australian LNG development||
A massive project is underway off the coast of Western Australia, building one of the world's largest natural gas projects. There is no grid supply to Barrow Island so the generating sets need to operate in island mode. And as well as working efficiently in the hot, dry climate, they must also be environmentally friendly as Barrow Island is a Class A Nature Reserve.
|IGSA Case Study||Case History|