Full commissioning of the 2.5 GW Umm Al Houl CCGT power plant in Qatar is expected in the second half of 2018, a spokesperson for Siemens confirmed to Gas to Power Journal.
Siemens had previously said commissioning of the first phase was scheduled for 2017, with commissioning of the entire complex scheduled for mid-2018.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has completed testing of a new system aimed at automating combustion tuning in boilers using artificial intelligence (AI), which “demonstrated results that are comparable to those that could be achieved by a highly experienced engineer” MHPS said in a statement.
Dresser-Rand has secured a contract to supply two compressor trains to Eni Ghana for an onshore gas receiving facility in Ghana, Africa.
Eni Ghana is a subsidiary of Italian oil company Eni, and operates the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project (47.222%) in Ghana along with partners Vitol Ghana Upstream (37,778%) and the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (15%).
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America has successfully completed construction in the US of what it deems the world's largest post-combustion CO2 capture and compression system, using technology it previously successfully deployed in projects for capturing emissions from both natural gas and oil combustion.
Fast-track power solutions provider APR Energy and GE have renewed their strategic alliance to provide mobile turbine technology into the fast-track power rental market.
The cooperation grants APR Energy exclusivity around the globe as the rental provider of GE mobile gas turbines under 50MW, the two companies said.
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction said it has reentered the Egyptian power market for the first time in six years after being awarded a contract to supply turbines and generators to two Egyptian state companies, UEEPC (Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company) and CEPC (Cairo Electricity Production Company).