Hello to all, first of all, I wish you a Happy New Year. I have questions about English terminology used when is talked aboutpower plants. Often I read "Combustion plants". In wikipedia I found that Combustion turbine is often called Gas turbine. It is somewhat confuzing to me. If we talk about gas turbine, then associated power plant is Gas plant which means that main fuel is natural gas i.e. mixture of natural gas and compressed air is burnt in chamber and taken to turbine. But also, one could conclude that fuel can be dizel or crude oil. My question is: "Does term combustion plant mean plant that is fueled by natural gas or dizel/crude oil, or just gas"? Also I don't understand why it is called gas turbine when there is no explicit statement that fuel is natural gas and one might conclude that oil can be used? I hope someone familiar can explain this a little further. I heard that significant number of Gas turbine can be run both on natural gas and crude oil as main fuel. Can you confirm this?