Siemens wins 30 million Euro order

Siemens has received a 30 million Euro order from CSPC, a joint venture between the Chinese National Offshore Oil Company and Shell, to supply 60 MW steam turbo sets.

Siemens Power Generation has received a 30 million Euro order from CSPC, a joint venture of the Chinese National Offshore Oil Company and Shell Petrochemicals.

The scope of the order includes four 60 MW Siemens steam turbo sets, four condenser systems, a large spare parts package and extensive testing.

Scheduled for delivery in April/May 2004, the components will be installed at CSPC’s petrochemical plant in Daya Bay, Guangdong province, China.

The plant, which is due to be commissioned in 2005, will produce ethylene and propylene for the Chinese market.

The entire electricity demand of the production facility will be met with the Siemens’ steam turbo sets. The turbines will simultaneously supply steam at varying pressure levels for use in the plant’s production process.

Prior to delivery, the turbines will be fully assembled at the Siemens Power Generation plant in Görlitz, Germany and then subjected to extensive tests in accordance with Shell’s requirements.