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Stabilizers were installed Sept 15, 1997 on (2) Cooper GMVH-10c Compressors rated at 2,250 HP @ 330 RPM. During period of May 1997 - August 1997 average MBTU/HP was 200. During period "after" installation Nov 1997 - June 1998 average MBTU/HP was 164 (a savings of 18%). I left out Sept and Oct because of the cleanup time before the Stabilizer becomes most effective. During "cleanup" time Stabilizer causes the engine to burn up existing carbon in the engine. This time may vary from engine to engine depending on engine condition, load and hours on the engine.

During the period prior to installation the average MCF/D was 474. During the period "after" installation the average MCF/D was 405 (a savings of 14.5%). Based on the average price for natural gas during this period of $1.75/MCF, the total savings for the 8 month period was $28,980.00.

Major Power Company - US (2000) (Duke Energy)

Prior to installtion NOx was 86.8 ppm and after the installation it was 2.8 ppm (reduction of 96%). NOx is all we have to be permitted so that is all they tested <testing/reviewal was done by Wyoming Dept of Environmental Quality - using an electromechical analyzer - Teto Model #350>. The engine <Cooper Compressor C101> also had less of a load during the second test and usually the less the load the higher the emissions will be so the stabilizer is doing a heck of a good job. I was fouling spark plugs about every two to three weeks prior to the installation of the fuel stabilizer. I replaced all the spark plugs about two months after the installation of the fuel stabilizer.

On the spreadsheet for the fuel consumption report, the fuel consumption was low from Nov thru Jan, because I was running the engine at very low idle. After that I increased the RPM of the engine because of higher line pressures which have been varying a lot. By my figures, its about a 17.9% fuel savings