GE Oil & Gas to supply turbomachinery worth US $500m
January 17 2013 -
"Times New Roman";mso-bidi-font-family:Arial;color:#231F20\">GE Oil & Gas recently won a contract worth more than US $500 million to supply turbomachinery equipment and services to Petrobras, a deep-water oil production company. The contract will serve the four new floating production, storage and offloading units (FPSOs P-74, P-75, P-76 and P-77) in the Cessão Onerosa region of the Santos Basin pre-salt fields, in the state of Sao Paulo.
Centrax recently completed a high-profile installation with the commissioning of its first Siemens CX400 package. This 12MW unit is now meeting 40 per cent of the hot water demand of the French city of Versailles, on the outskirts of Paris, while also producing electricity for sale to French power utility EDF.
Alstom to supply equipment for 11 gas turbines in Libya
January 14 2013 -
French power equipment and train manufacturer Alstom SA recently signed a contract to supply equipment for 11 gas turbines to Libya's power utility General Electricity Company of Libya, or GECOL. The 11 turbines were originally provided by Alstom to five different power plant locations.
Alstom to service 420 MW combined cycle plant in Moscow
January 10 2013 -
mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-bidi-font-family:Arial;color:#333333\">Alstom and JSC Mosenergo, Russia, recently signed a long-term service agreement for a PGU-420 combined cycle power plant. The contract signed for the 420 MW power generating unit # 8 at the combined heat and power plant TPP-26, located in Moscow is valued at more than Euros 100 million.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. recently received a turnkey order from a unit of Japan's Electric Power Development Co. to build a gas turbine combined cycle power generation plant in the Thai province of Ayutthaya. The 1,600-MW project is aimed at hiking power supply to meet Thailand's growing power demand stemming from its economic growth, the company said.
Three new combined cycles improve efficiency, reduce emissions
January 3 2013 -
Three new power plants officially began serving North Carolina customers at the end of 2012, representing a combined investment of nearly $3.65 billion and marking another significant milestone in Duke Energy's commitment to meet electricity needs with cleaner generation.
Marubeni Corporation, in partnership with Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd. in Korea, has been awarded a contract from Bangladesh Power Development Board for the construction of a 400MW gas-based combined cycle power plant in Bibiyana. The contract agreement was signed recently in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Sasol's R1.9 billion gas engine power plant in Sasolburg went live recently and began producing electricity as part of the facility's test phase. The plant, using natural gas as feedstock, has an operating capacity of 140 MW and is the largest power plant using gas engines installed in South Africa.