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Siemens is set to supply six F-class gas turbines, four steam turbines and several generators for a new power generating facility in Qatar, according to a top company official.
The orders are for a new combined-cycle power generating facility with an integrated seawater desalination plant, named Umm Al Houl.
The upcoming project is set to supply 2.5 GW and up to 618 million litres of drinking water per day.
Dietmar Siersdorfer, CEO, Siemens, Middle East and UAE told a round table meeting in Egypt’s Beni Suef province: “We have recently signed a service contract for the upcoming power plant in Qatar.
Under the contract agreement Siemens will supply six F-class gas turbines, four steam turbines and ten generators, according to country’s requirement.
Siersdorfer was celebrating a milestone at the Beni Suef power plant project in the country, as the first four H-class gas turbines arrived on site.