Under the contract with Gasprom transgas Kuban Zvezda-Energetika JSC manufatured five Zvezda-GP-315NK-02МЗ-001 gas engine power plants and one Zvezda-100NK-02M3 stand-by diesel generating set. Total electric output of the equipment is 1675 kW. The plants were developed on the base of Cummins gas engines. Earlier the on-site power station equipped Zvezda-GP-315NK-02МЗ-001 gas engine power plants and one Zvezda -630NK-02М3-01 diesel engine power plant was commissioned.

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Inter RAO-Export Ltd. and Energoimport (a part of the national Cuban energy company Union Electrica) have signed a contract for construction of four power units with the unit capacity of 200 MW at two existing Cuban power plants: one unit – at Maximo Gomez TPP (Mariel municipality) and three units – at Este Habana TPP (Santa Cruz del Norte municipality).

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Fri, 04/08/2016
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Under the project overaged PT-50-130 steam turbine rated at 50 MW will be replaced. Instead of it new T-120/130-12.8 steam turbine rated at 120 MW will be installed on the site of power station. New steam turbine will be supplied by Power Machines JSC.

In the result total electric output of the station will be increased up to 460 MW, thermal power output – up to 1330 Gcal/h. The customer of the project is TGK-11. Earlier in 2014 Soyuz holding prepared all project documentation, carried out complete set of paper studies and inspection of engineering structures on the site.

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Wed, 04/06/2016
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The contract for the equipment delivery was signed with Kaliningradskaya Generation Ltd. Under the contract Russian Gas Turbines will supply eight 6F.03 (6FA) gas turbine plants. Total cost of the contract is 13.1 bln roubles. The plants will be installed on the sites of three power stations in Kaliningrad, Sovetsk and Gusev. The projects will be realized on turn-key basis. The plants will be equipped with Elsib electric generators.

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Mon, 04/04/2016
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The project was realized by SNPS Aktobemunaygas JSC under the program of complete utilization of associated petroleum gas. Under the project two steam turbine units were added to existing three GE-10/1 gas turbine plants. Three CG-330/9.81-Q heat recovery steam generators and two EHNK 71/90/160 with total electric output of 160 MW were installed on the site. Additional electric power will be used for technological needs of SNPS Aktobemunaygas JSC departments and supplied to national power grid.

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Fri, 04/01/2016
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Four Ural-6000 power plants on the base of GTU-6P gas turbines were commissioned on the site of Pyakyakhinskoye field (Lukoil-Western Siberia) in 2009. Total electric output of the station is 24 MW. Two more similar plants were delivered to the site in 2015. In result total electric output of the station will be increased up to 36 MW. The power equiment operates in very severe conditions of Polar Circle. Temperature range on the site is –60 °C up to +45 °C.

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Wed, 03/30/2016
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EGSI-S-190/1500W booster compressor station will supply gas of necessary purity and temperature with pressure range of 1.5-4.3 MPa. The station will operate in fully autonomous mode. Booster compressor station was delivered to the site after factory testing. All components of the station are assembled on the single frame.

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Mon, 03/28/2016
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Under the contract Solar Turbines Inc. supplied two Centaur 50 CS and three Mars 100 CS compressor units. They operate as a part of technological train for natural gas processing on the site of Vyngapurovsky gas processing plant (SiburTyumenGas JSC).

Centaur 50 CS compressor unit was developed on the base of Centaur 50 gas turbine engine and C33 compressor. Mars 100 CS compressor unit was developed on the base of gas turbine engine and C51 and C61 turbocompressors. Mars 100 CS compressor units operate in parallel to each other. Gas pressure is increased 0.35 up to 7.6 MPa and from 1.35 up to 7.76 MPa and also from 5.24 up to 7.75 MPa.

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Fri, 03/25/2016
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Gas turbine power plant will operate on the base mode. All generated electric power will be used for the needs of the enterprise. The main fuel for the station is natural gas.

The plant is synchronized with existing R-4-3.4/1.5-1 steam turbine plant manufactured by Kaluga turbine plant rated at 4 MW. PAES-2500 gas turbine plant rated at 2.5 MW is installed on the open site near the building of thermal power station. In future it is planned to commission one more similar gas turbine plant on the site of the enterprise. The main production of the enterprise is various types of biofuel.

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Wed, 03/23/2016
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The order for nine V112-3.45 MW Vestas turbines was placed by Windpark Jacobsdorf GmbH & Co. KG for repowering the Odervorland wind power plant in Brandenburg, Germany.

The order comprises supply, installation, and commissioning of the turbines, along with a 20-year full-scope service agreement (AOM 4000) and VestasOnline® Business SCADA solution. Wind turbine delivery and commissioning is planned to begin in the fourth quarter of 2016.

This order follows earlier orders that have been placed by MLK-Group, the developer of the wind power plant.

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Mon, 03/21/2016
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Siemens coal gasification technology has been selected for Canada's first low-CO2 IGCC power plant. EPCOR Power Generation is planning to build an integrated gasification combined cycle power plant (IGCC) featuring carbon capture and storage in Genesee near Edmonton, Alberta. The demonstration plant, with an installed capacity of approximately 270 megawatts, is scheduled to come on line in 2015.

In the first project phase, Siemens will provide the technology license, as well as the process and basic engineering design for the coal gasification island based on the Siemens SFG-500 coal gasifier. Following the completion of the front-end engineering design of the plant, EPCOR intends to enter into an agreement with Siemens to supply the gasification reactor and components of the feed system.

The Siemens coal gasification technology will produce clean syngas from coal, which will be used to fire a gas turbine in the combined cycle plant to provide electricity to the local grid. The emissions from IGCC plants are significantly lower than those from today's conventional coal-fired power plants. The plant in Genesee is designed to capture approximately 85 percent of the CO2 contained in the coal for enhanced oil recovery in existing oil fields.

"While we have secured a number of orders for our coal gasification technology in China, the U.S. and Australia, we are pleased to now have our first order in Canada. Our gasifier technology will be used for the first time for a full-scale IGCC project," said Michael Suess, CEO of the Fossil Power Generation Division of Siemens Energy. "In the future, IGCC power plants could make a significant contribution toward a more reliable energy supply with maximized climate and environmental compatibility," added Suess.

Within the framework of an action plan to mitigate climate change, Alberta Province recently announced a comprehensive investment program to finance technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. There are provisions for the investment of two billion Canadian dollars purely for the promotion of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects.

The Siemens Energy Sector is the world's leading supplier of a complete spectrum of products, services and solutions for the generation, transmission and distribution of power and for the extraction, conversion and transport of oil and gas. In fiscal 2007 (ended September 30, based on IFRS), the Energy Sector had revenues of approximately EUR20 billion and received new orders totaling around EUR28 billion and posted a profit of EUR1.8 billion. The Energy Sector had a work force of 73,500 at the beginning of fiscal 2008.

All figures represent the sum of the nonconsolidated figures for the Power Generation and Power Transmission and Distribution Groups and for the Oil, Gas and Marine Solutions Division of the Industrial Solutions and Services Group.

23/03/2009

Wärtsilä has been awarded two contracts by Scottish and Newcastle (S&N), the major international brewing group, to supply and install equipment for two biomass-fuelled combined heat and power plants (CHP). The contracts are for two CHP plants to be located on the premises of the company's UK breweries in Manchester, for which the order was received in the end of 2007, and Tadcaster, for which the order was received in the beginning of 2008.

These Wärtsilä BioPower plants will be the first power plants in the world ever to produce, with high efficiency, both electricity and heat using spent grain as fuel. Spent grain is a by-product of the brewing process.

The Wärtsilä solution represents a major step towards sustainable energy self-suffiency for the brewing industry. At the same time, these BioPower plants will help the UK meet its target of having renewables power 10% of the country's electric supply by 2010.

The CHP plants will each have a thermal output of 7.4 MWth and an electrical output of 3.1 MWe. The plants, which will burn a mixture of spent grain and wood chips from local sources, are due to start operations in the first and second quarters of 2009, producing steam and electricity for the breweries' processes and exporting excess electricity to the local electricity network. S&N will earn Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROC's) for its production of renewable electricity.

"These projects are extremely important to our company in that they are a real demonstration of our commitment to improve our environmental footprint. Additionally, we believe the investments make good commercial sense, providing some protection from the volatility of the energy markets, as well offering additional security of supply," says Andrew McMurtrie, Project Manager, Scottish & Newcastle.

"The Wärtsilä BioPower plants will enable Scottish & Newcastle to make more efficient use of residue from its beer production, cut down on waste handling and energy costs, as well as reducing CO2 emissions," says Tauno Kuitunen, Regional Sales Director, Wärtsilä Biopower.

24/03/2009

HHI recently completed development of the sixth HiMSEN medium-speed engine. The newly developed H32/40V engine successfully passed its type approval test, held at the HHI Engine Machinery Division Engine Technology Center from December 15th-18th. Representatives from seven of the world's most renowned classification societies, including DNV, attended.

This new model was developed as a response to the recent increase in demand for 6-10MW medium-speed engines. The H32/40V is Korea's first original, environmentally friendly, Vee-configuration medium-speed engine. It is expected to gradually increase engine sales and global market share.

With the development of the HiMSEN H32/40V engine, in addition to the existing in-line engines, HHI and the Research Institute have developed V-configuration engine technology. HHI expects that further applications to gas engines and high-speed engines will create greater value in the global engine market.

 

25/03/2009

Volganeftegaz, Ltd manufactured, delivered and commissioned autonomous modular power plants at all block valve stations. The power units operate in conditions of the lack of power transmission lines along the gas pipe line and at block valve sites.

The modular power plant is delivered under turn-key and requires minimal maintenance. The power plant is based on Capstone C30 gas turbine power units rated at 30 kW each and operating on natural gas and diesel fuel.

26/03/2009

In line with the revised German Renewable Energies Act, WELtec BioPower GmbH now increasingly offers compact plants in the category from 40 to 150 kWel, a concept that has, for the first time, drawn the attention of biogas plant operators in Switzerland. In Switzerland, too, more and more farmers invest in smaller biogas plants that generate energy from renewable raw materials and manure. „The decisive factor was that thanks to the low overhead and the high feed-in compensation, our compact biogas plant can be operated in a very economic manner", explains Jens Albartus, Director of WELtec.

The investment volume of the 140 kW plant in Ruswil is about CHF 1.8 Million. A 56,000 cu ft fermenter will be used for fermenting liquid cattle and pig manure as well as dry chicken manure, dung, and loppings. The construction will begin in December 2008. WELtec‘s modular concept enables the quick anduncomplicated setup of inexpensive compact plants or fully automated megawatt plants. Thus, the biogas plant will be ready for operation as early as April.

The exhaust heat will be used for the local processing facilities. As the manure will be utilised at the point of origin, there will be no need to transport it over long distances. Local farms will deliver liquid manure and dung to the plant. The supply is huge indeed: Ruswil in the canton of Lucerne is the largest farming community with the highest cattle headcount in Switzerland. Biogas plants from WELtec BioPower are made of stainless steel; thus, the hydrogen sulphide and ammonia compounds contained in the biogas cannot corrode unprotected elements. Moreover, the stainless steel structure guarantees uniform quality for customers around the globe.

28/03/2009

Wärtsilä Corporation was in June 2008 awarded a contract by ETA Star International LLC of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to supply a 36 MW power plant for a new cement works in Angola. This is Wärtsilä’s first power plant order from Angola. The plant is due to be handed over in June 2010.

For this power plant, will deliver four Wärtsilä 20V32 diesel generating sets running on heavy fuel oil. Wärtsilä is providing all engineering of the plant and is delivering all the equipment for the power plant, including the building above ground level.

The cement works is being erected at Chindonga, near the town of Sumbe in Kwanza Sul province in Angola. Owned and operated by Fabrica de Cimento do Kwanza-Sul Ltda, the new cement works is being constructed and commissioned by ETA Star International. It will have a capacity to produce 4200 tonnes of cement a day.

30/03/2009

The power plant with the capacity of 5 MW was installed at Provideniya bay, Bering Sea and replaced the old one. The power plant consists of five DM8218 power units on the base of Caterpillar 3512TA diesel engines. Automation control system was designed by Terberg Control Systems (the Netherlands). All power units are placed in sandwich panel house.

Vostochnaya Tekhnika, Ltd, Caterpillar dealer, delivered the power equipment and carries out maintenance work.

The general contractor for the project is Teploenergoservice DKM, Ltd. The power plant operates on base load and provides electricity for the need of the settlement, “Provideniya bay” port and of the local airport.

03/04/2009
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