MHPS renames H-80 gas turbine to H-100

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has renamed their H-80 100 MW class, heavy-duty, high-efficiency gas turbine to the H-100, though the design is unchanged. MHPS changed the product name to more accurately reflect the rated capacity class of the prime mover.

The efficient, two-shaft H-100 is sold in a packaged design for quick site construction in simple cycle, combined cycle, cogeneration, or mechanical drive applications.

Siemens to offer service and maintenance for five compressor stations in Poland

Siemens has been awarded a service and maintenance contract (in a frame of public procurement law) for the turbo-compressors operating at five stations in Poland, along the Yamal-Europe Transit Gas Pipelines System. The customer is EuRoPol GAZ s.a., a company owned by the Polish PGNiG, Russian Gazprom and Polish Gas-Trading S.A. The service contract includes the survey and inspection of equipment, diagnostic services, supply of spare parts and the implementation of backup devices to achieve high operating reliability.

MHPS receives order for three M501J gas turbines from Virginia

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc. (MHPSA) has received an order from Virginia Electric and Power Company (VEPCO) headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, for the supply of three M501J gas turbines. Subject to approval of the project by the State Corporation Commission, these turbines are likely to be installed at VEPCO’s Greensville County Power Station.

UGI plans new LNG facility in NE Pennsylvania

UGI Energy Services LLC has announced plans to double its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production with a new 120,000 gallon per day facility in northeast Pennsylvania that will utilize Marcellus Shale gas.

Elliott Group to supply 20M5 motor-driven compressor for Russian refinery

Elliott Group recently won the order for a coker compression string for the Antipinsky Refinery in Tyumen, Russia. The project is part of the refinery's Phase III expansion to increase capacity and to incorporate EURO-5 standards for diesel fuel. Foster Wheeler is the licensor and design developer for the project.

Rock Island Arsenal to replace coal with natural gas at $22.4m

The Rock Island Arsenal announced a $22.4 million deal with Honeywell recently, to replace its 101-year-old coal-fired central steam plant in Illinois with natural gas boilers throughout the island. The conversion is expected to save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

New power plant control system from Siemens

Siemens has launched the SPPA-T3000 R7.2, a new release of its power plant control system, which is said to focus even more on the human-machine interface (HMI). New functions and simplified operations are expected to help control room personnel perform their day-to-day work more efficiently and more effectively, and react reliably and quickly in critical situations. The new SPPA-T3000 R7.2 will be part of all of Siemens' new power generation control solutions and can also be integrated or retrofitted to existing control systems.

RWG to maintain Siemens gas generators for Dubai Petroleum

Dubai Petroleum has awarded RWG (a Siemens and Wood Group company) two maintenance contracts for the overhaul of its Siemens aero-derivative industrial gas generators. The scope of service under these contracts includes major overhauls of Industrial RB211 24 GT and Industrial Avon 1535-200 gas generators, requiring full disassembly, inspection and repair or replacement of unserviceable components.

Capstone Turbine receives 1.4MW of follow-on orders for microturbines

Capstone Turbine has announced that it recently received 1.4MW of orders from E-Finity Distributed Generation for microturbines. These microturbines are likely to be used for oil and gas operations in the Marcellus and Utica Shale regions. E-Finity Distributed Generation, Capstone's distributor for the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays, has secured multiple orders totaling 1.4MW of electric power.

Iran allocates $3.5bn to convert gas plants to combined cycle facilities

In its current fiscal year's national budget, Iran has allocated 100 trillion rials (about $3.5 billion) to go into turning gas power plants into combined cycle plants, said Alireza Daemi, deputy minister of energy in planning and economic affairs. The current gas power plants suffer very low performance and by converting them into combined cycle facilities the performance will be improved, he said.


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