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Siemens to Supply Power Equipment & Services for 840MW Power Plant in Iraq

Power News - Published on Thu, 11 Jul 2019

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As part of its long-term support to expand Iraq’s power infrastructure, Siemens has received an order to supply gas and steam turbines and generators as well as long-term power generation services for the 840 MW Maisan Combined Cycle Power Plant, located in Maisan Governorate in the southern region of Iraq. Both CITIC Construction Co Ltd, the engineering procurement and construction firm building the plant, and Iraqi developer Maisan Power Company part of Raban Al-Safina for Energy Projects, which is owned by Raban Al-Safina Group awarded the contract valued at more than 284 million euros to Siemens.

The independent power project is expected to deliver first power by March 2021 and enter full combined cycle mode by early 2022. The plant will enable sufficient electricity supply to meet the needs of more than three million Iraqis in additional to supporting the industrial sector. The Siemens scope of supply includes two STG5-4000F gas turbines, one SST5-4000 I-L steam turbine, three SGEN5-2000H generators, along with automation and control systems, transformers and related electrical equipment, the fuel gas system, and supervision during the implementation period by the Siemens team.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Thu, 11 Jul 2019
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