Siemens Power Generation (PG) announced today that it has secured orders for industrial turbomachinery equipment, with a combined value of 80 million Euros. The company will provide six gas turbines to Russia, Venezuela, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. Four steam turbines will be supplied to Qatar and Poland.
The Venezuelan state utility Enelbar ordered two gas turbine-generators with a total output of 90 MW. They will be installed at a new gas turbine power plant in Palavecino in northwest Venezuela.
Similarly, Siemens will supply a 24 MW gas turbine-generator for integration into an existing combined heat and power plant in Russia. Moscow-based TechnoServ awarded a contract to PG for the supply of a 7.9 MW gas turbine-generator for the oil company Severnaya Neft, which is headquartered in Usinsk. The unit will be used in an industrial power plant for the Khasyreyskoye oil field north of the Arctic Circle.
Another gas turbine-generator with an output of 7.9 MW will be supplied to the United Arab Emirates. This unit will supply power to a new gas processing facility at the SajGas gas plant in Sharjah being built by Crescent Petroleum on behalf of SajGas. PG will also supply a 4.7 MW gas turbine-generator to Engineering for the Petroleum Process Industry (ENPPI) in Egypt for a facility operated by Burullus Gas Company.
JGC Corporation of Japan ordered three 32 MW steam turbines on behalf of Dolphin Energy of the United Arab Emirates. This is the single largest energy initiative to be undertaken in the Middle East, and its objective is to ensure the long-term supply of natural gas from Qatar to the United Arab Emirates.
Siemens will also supply a 97 MW steam turbine to EC Warszawskie, Poland, for the Zeran heating plant in Warsaw. The order was awarded by a consortium involving Polimex – Mostostal Siedlce and Zakady Remontowe Energetyki War-szawa.