Pennsylvania DEP nears air permit for gas-fired Anchor Energy project

Anchor Energy LLC is nearing an air permit from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for the construction of three 9,708 bhp (7.2 MWs) 4 stroke, lean burn Rolls Royce Bergen B-35:40-V16AG-2 natural gas-fired engine/generator sets.

Each set would be equipped with both catalytic oxidation and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), said the DEP in a notice of intent to approve the permit published in the May 28 Pennsylvania Bulletin. This generating station would be located in Hebron Township, Potter County.

The facility will also include: one 0.64 MMBtus/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; and one desiccant dehydration system.

The Anchor Energy address is: N. Shore Place I, 358 N. Shore Dr., Ste. 201, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

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