Two Siemens H-Class gas turbines for Malaysian combined cycle plant

Siemens will supply two H-Class gas turbines for the TNB Prai combined cycle power plant (CCPP) in Malaysia, taking the total of H-Class gas turbines sold worldwide to 22. The company will also supply two generators and two steam turbines.

Chinese company to build 390 MW gas-fired power plant in Bosnia

Swiss-based KTG AG and authorities of the Bosnian town of Zenica recently said they have picked China's Sepco III Electric Power Construction Corp to build a 390 MW gas-fired power plant in the central Bosnian town. Sepco III was chosen after it offered the best price of 218 million euros ($284.44 million) to carry out the project, KTG CEO Branko Montenegro said. Other bidders included two German, one Italian and one Spanish firm, he added. Under the deal, General Electric Co. is expected to supply gas turbines for the future plant.

GE Oil & Gas to establish new global headquarters in London

GE Oil & Gas recently announced that it will establish its new global headquarters in London. Florence will remain the global headquarters for GE Oil & Gas Turbomachinery Products & Services, a more than $6 billion business and a key manufacturing and engineering site for the production of centrifugal compressors and gas turbines.

TurboCombustor Technology, Inc. to use Paradigm Precision as trade name

TurboCombustor Technology, Inc. (TCT), specialists in the complex fabrication of gas turbine engine parts, announced recently that it will henceforth do business under the trade name Paradigm Precision. The name change reflects the move by TCT's parent company, Dynamic Precision Group, Inc. to consolidate its growing family of companies under a single name. TCT's legal corporate name will not change.

Siemens to supply six gas-fired turbines for Yamal LNG plant

Siemens announced recently that the company has signed a contract to supply turbines for a power plant that will feed one of Russia's most ambitious natural gas projects, Yamal LNG. Siemens said it was selling six gas-fired power generating turbines to Tekhnopromexport, a subsidiary of state corporation Rustec, which is building the power plant.

Coal covers more than half of Germany's electricity demand

The share of coal in Germany's power generation mix has risen to 52 percent in the first-half of this year amid a drop in output from gas-fired power plants and wind turbines, research organization Fraunhofer Institute (ISE) said. Coal-fired plants stepped up electricity production by about 5 percent to 130.3 TWh in the first six months of 2013 as output from gas-fired plants fell 17 percent to 21.9 TWh, said ISE in reference to data from Germany's statistical office and the EEX transparency platform.

Wood Group GTS completes maintenance services worth $2m for Frame 5 and 6B gas turbines

Wood Group GTS has completed $2 million worth of major maintenance services for Frame 6B and Frame 5 gas turbines at a US and a Costa Rican power station respectively. The combination of work included a major inspection and the repair of hot gas path parts: turbine buckets, nozzles, shrouds, transition pieces, crossfire tubes, fuel nozzles, flow sleeves and bearings.

Germany to invest € 900m in 1,200MW combined cycle plant

German municipal utility network Trianel and the refinery MiRO are planning to invest 900 million euros to jointly build a combined cycle gas turbine plant with a capacity of 800 to 1,200MW in Karlsruhe to help improve security of power supply in southwest Germany. Construction works are due to start in 2017, for the plant to start full commercial operations in 2020, Trianel told Gas to Power Journal.

Three combined cycle plants and a hydro facility for Mexico this year

Mexican national power company Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) has released a list of generation facilities to be tendered in 2013. CFE will issue calls for three combined cycle plants and one large-scale hydro by year-end, according to a press release from the state-owned utility.

Australian company adopts GE’s aeroderivative technology

Australia’s mining company Rio Tinto is installing General Electric’s aeroderivative gas turbine technology to supply power on two of its Pilbara sites in WA. The company recently installed the LM6000-PF Sprint aeroderivative gas turbine with dual-fuel dry low emissions (DLE) technology at its West Angelas iron ore mine.

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