OPRA Turbines bought by Chinese gas firm

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OPRA Turbines B.V., a manufacturer of gas turbines and provider of gas turbine driven power solutions, has announced that since August 2017 OPRA Turbine shares have been fully acquired by the Dalian Energas Group. Jan and Hiroko Mowill who founded OPRA in 1991 retired from the company at the end of the summer this year.

OPRA Turbines continue their operations at their new headquarter facility in Hengelo as a member of Energas Group.

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OPRA Turbines develops, manufactures, markets and maintains generator sets in the 2 MW power range using the OP16 series of radial gas turbines.


Utilising proven radial gas turbine technology, the OP16 gas turbine is a compact, efficient and reliable industrial gas turbine designed for supplying power generation applications to both the Oil and Gas and Industrial markets.

The OP16 generator sets can be provided in a variety of configurations to meet customer specific requirements.  The engineering design, component selection and maintenance accessibility of the generator sets enhance high reliability and long product life.  The generator sets can be provided with low emission and dual / multifuel capabilities.

The generator sets can be installed as single or multiple units effectively covering installation requirements from 2 MW to 10 MW

Dalian Energas Group headquartered in Dalian, China is aleading company operating on a global level providing gas systems solutions.The Group includes, amongst others, Dalian Energas Gas System Co.Ltd., Dalian Energas New Energy Development Co.Ltd, Calorifer Engineering AG (Switzerland), RMG Messtechnik GmbH(Germany) and OPRA Turbines B.V.The Group is fully committed to the gas equipment manufacturing industry, gas turbine industry, energy storage product industry, distributed energy operations, natural gas energy operations and other core business.