Text Gas-fired power

TLF ID M008848

Find out how gas-fired power stations work. This fact sheet describes the generation of electricity in gas-fired power stations, which typically produce 50 per cent less carbon dioxide than conventional coal-fired power plants. Information is provided about the Daandine Power Station located west of Brisbane, which uses coal seam gas to fuel engines to produce electricity. Images of the Oakey Power Station are also included.



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  • Describes the processes in a combined cycle power plant.
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