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Frazer-Nash completes support to BP Bruce gas turbine project

Frazer-Nash Consultancy has announced the completion of its support to the BP Bruce gas turbine exhaust replacement project.

During the northern North Sea project, the company undertook detailed analysis of the failure mechanisms of the existing exhaust systems, provided concept designs for improved replacements, supported the EPC contractor PSN during the detailed design phase, undertook overall project management and assessed the suitability of the installation and lifting systems.

The installation of the replacement systems is due to take place during summer 2012.

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