MSHS continues its support of CARILEC and the Caribbean electricity and utility services industry as a platinum sponsor for the 2023 – Engineering and Procurement Conference and Exhibition. This year’s theme is “Powering Transition in the Caribbean Energy Sector through Smart Designs, Efficient Procurement, and Effective Execution. MSHS’ participation will include hosting the opening night reception, contributing a member to the opening day panel, and developing an expert panel with the topic “Smart Designs and Legacy System Sustainability” led by Peter Bennett Gas Engine Principal Engineer.
When: July 23 – 27, 2023
Where: Hyatt Regency Trinidad and Tobago
For more information visit: https://www.carilec.org/event/engineering-2023/
SMART DESIGNS AND LEGACY SYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY
Flexible Power Generation, Extend PowerGen System Life Expectancy, Modernizing Energy Systems
When: Tuesday, July 25, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM AT
Where: Port of Spain Ballroom
Synopsis: Climate change’s impact drives the requirements necessary to ensure energy system modernization and legacy system life expectancy through the development of more sustainable innovations that capitalize on renewable fuels (wind and solar). As upgrade and modernization projects are initiated, what about the investment already made in legacy assets and systems? What can be done to extend the life expectancy of legacy systems by reducing emissions and improving efficiencies? How do we overcome the obstacles of integration with renewable fuels or more use of alternate fuels, to maintain reliability with the supply of energy to the power grids? MSHS’ Smart Design and Legacy System Sustainability Panel will explore the implementation of these technologies in SMART and more advanced control designs with an additional understanding of the journey of the alternate fuels to get to the engine or turbine.
Learn more about MSHS’ Controls and Sustainability Solutions.
Gas Engine Principal Engineer,
Peter Bennett’s focus is the design of custom control systems for engines and turbines, emphasizing power generation and marine propulsion applications. With extensive OEM and end-user experience in diesel, gas, and dual fuel engines including designs for steam and gas turbines.
Peter holds bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and computer engineering from Buckinghamshire University (UK) and a master’s degree in business administration from Kingston University (UK).
Technical Service Manager,
Having been with MSHS for over 12 years, Stefan Lehmann has focused on diesel marine engine monitoring and troubleshooting as he determines failure mode to develop root cause analysis. His expertise in engine damage and failure assessment is instrumental in his power plant management and commissioning of marine propulsion and shore-based power plants.
Stefan holds his Chief Engineer License CI/CW and earned his Diplom Ingenieur (FH) Schiffsbetriebstechnik. With over 30 years in the marine and industrial engine sectors, Stefan has led project development, end-user relations, and technical management projects for various applications globally.
Director. Business Development
Arturo Joined the Crowley LNG team in 2020. The main focus of his team is to promote and grow LNG distribution and bunkering vessel solutions as the means to continue the transition and transformation to a cleaner and safer environment.
Arturo holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical and electrical engineering and a master’s in business administration from NSU. With 30+ years in the energy industry, he has participated in various disciplines of the energy cycle for marine and onshore applications.
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