RWG secures a ten-year maintenance contract for RB211

Gulfstream Natural Gas System (Gulfstream) has awarded RWG a long-term maintenance support agreement for their three Siemens SGT-A30 RB (Industrial RB211 24G) Dry Low Emission (DLE) gas generators, in operation at Gulfstream’s Compressor Station 410 located at Coden, Alabama, USA.

Under this agreement RWG is responsible for the scheduled maintenance, including mid-life and major overhaul, of this high technology equipment. The scope of work encompasses both in-field repairs undertaken at Gulfstream’s facilities, supported by Siemens, and gas generator overhauls performed at RWG’s dedicated workshops in Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Mark Forsyth, industrial & marine business director for RWG stated, “RWG is a leading provider of maintenance services for Industrial RB211 24G DLE gas generators, supporting the Gulfstream fleet since operations commenced in 2002. Critical equipment availability is crucial to meeting our customer’s business demand therefore by applying our knowledge and experience, we’ve devised a repair programme to minimise plant downtime and optimise the lifecycle cost of this equipment. This latest award ensures continuity of care and provides an opportunity to deliver greater value for this key customer.”

 Brady McNew, district manager for Gulfstream commented, “Compressor stations are strategic assets for our business and essential in the reliable delivery of energy to industrial, commercial and domestic consumers. For this reason we place great importance on ensuring the performance and reliability of critical plant and rotating equipment. RWG was selected for this award based on a strong track record supporting Gulfstream, as well as their commitment to invest in rotable assets to mittigate risk for our business and maximise plant availability. We are confident RWG is the right maintenance partner for our business.”   

 The Siemens Industrial RB211 aeroderivative gas generator is a proven and dependable choice for operators in power generation or mechanial drive application. In a 40-year evolution, more than 750 units have been sold, with the operational fleet accumulating in excess of 36 million equivalent operating hours.