Wartsila is to supply equipment for the modernisation of t 55 MW combined heat and power Solikamsk thermal power station in Russia.
The company's scope covers an extended engineering and equipment delivery (EEQ), and includes Wartsila's 50SG engines running on natural gas.
Works on the pipeline system that will bring gas from Russia to China via the Eastern route are “running on schedule”, according to Gazprom, which is developing the project.
Natural gas had the biggest share in the European generation mix in 2016, with 183 GW installed, accounting for 20.3% of total installed generation capacity.
US energy supplier Upper Michigan Energy Resources filed an application with the Michigan Public Service Commission to build two gas-fired power plants in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Total volumes of electricity generated by Enel in 2016 fell 7.8% year on year, standing at 261.8 TWh, according to the company's 2016 preliminary consolidated results.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Commission (EC) are joining forces to promote energy efficiency across the Western Balkans.
The situation of congestion in the South-East of France seen at the end of January had somewhat eased in the first week of February, amid temperatures rising to more milder levels that what seen earlier, according to grid operator GRTGaz.
Vattenfall has reached the final investment decision for the construction of a new combined heat and power plant in Berlin.
GE and Gama Energy have signed an agreement to operate Turkey's first digital power plant.
GE is to install Gama's 840 MW İç Anadolu Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant in the city of Kırıkkale with its Asset Performance Management (APM) and Operations Optimization (OO) digital solutions tools solutions using Predix, the operating system for the Industrial Internet.
France's Engie has completed the disposals of its thermal assets in the US, India and Indonesia.
The expected progressive phase-out of lignite-fired capacity and shift to gas-fired capacity in the South Eastern Europe region in the coming decade raises the issue of security of gas supplies and the need for a stable gas market structure to arise, according to a paper published by the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
ABB is to provide an “innovative” microgrid, combining battery and flywheel based storage technologies, designed to test scalability and improve power stability for around 300,000 people in Anchorage, Alaska, USA.
GE Power has signed and executed an agreement with Suez-Tractebel Operation & Maintenance Oman (STOMO) for stator rewinding services, high-speed balancing of the rotor as well as digital solutions for a generator at the Barka II Power and Desalination Plant.
Siemens has successfully completed tests for gas turbine blades completely produced using Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology.
Additive Manufacturing is a process that builds parts layer-by-layer from sliced CAD models to form solid objects.
Also known as '3D printing', “it especially provides benefits in rapid prototyping” Siemens explained.