Engine type fired by oil and gasoline

Stationary internal combustion (IC) engines used by the oil and gas industry can be spark-ignited, gas-fired engines or compression-ignited, diesel-fired engines. A rich-burn engine operates with excess fuel in the combustion chamber, while a lean-burn engine operates with excess air during combustion. Diesel engines inherently operate lean, whereas natural gas …

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