Gas Engine Manufacturers Discuss Future

Tuesday, April 02, 2002
A two-hourpanel discussion has been organized by CIMAC to take place at PowerGen, Milano, on June 12, 2002, with the title 'Gas Engines for Tomorrow's Power Generation'. A short presentation by each of the panelists will be followed by a discussion with the audience. This type of CIMAC event is taking place for the first time at a PowerGen but has been held with great success for several years at major trade fairs like SMM, EUROPORT and ASME Turbo Expo. The event is chaired by the CIMAC past president, Stephen Dexter, including panelists from major companies of the industry.

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