Green Field Energy Services, Inc. has signed a global supplier agreement with GE Oil & Gas to deliver low-cost, gas burning power generation solutions to enhance oil and gas upstream operations and hydraulic fracturing.
Georgia Power, the largest subsidiary of Atlanta-based Southern Company, said it would be "cost-effective" to retire 15 aging coal-fired and oil-fired units with a combined capacity of 2,061 MW.
Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) capacity registered with the National Electricity Market in Singapore has increased further with new entrant TP Utilities bringing in 101 MW capacity from its Tembusu Multi-Utilities Complex (TMUC).
Wärtsilä, a global gas engine manufacturer, has received an order to engineer and supply the STEC Red Gate power plant project, located in Hidalgo County, Texas. Start of commercial operations is slated for summer 2014.
Alstom has won two contracts for Long Term Service Agreements (LTSA) for GT13E2 gas turbines in the Ivory Coast and Jordan.
Realising a gas-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant project in Poland is a "safer investment" in contrast to building a conventional gas-fired plant, Pricewaterhouse Coopers said in a recent report. New projects with a combined capacity of up to 6,697 MW are in the pipeline.
Russia's gas export monopoly Gazprom is testing the economic viability of investing in a gas-fired power plant (1,350 MW) in Lubmin near the landfall point of its 55 Bcm/year Nord Stream pipeline in northeast Germany.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) has modified a settlement reached in the Duke Energy Indiana case, setting a hard cost cap for the utility's new integrated gasification combined cycle facility (IGCC) in Edwardsport at $2.595 billion.
Investment in US wind power is expected to plunge this year in spite Congress agreeing to a one-year extension of the wind energy Production Tax Credit (PTC) and Investment Tax Credits (ITC), analysts warn. Gas power generation at record low costs and a flurry of wind capacity start-ups in Q4-2012 is set to put a lid on new projects.
Development of Pratt & Whitney Power Systems (PWPS) new 60 megawatt (MW) class models is likely to be accelerated under the new ownership by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), industry sources told Gas to Power Journal. PWPS' new 60 MW model will complement the proven 30 MW machines.
Wärtsilä, a global gas engine manufacturer, has won a contract worth €184 million to engineer, supply and install a 200 megawatt (MW) dual-fuel power plant in Jordan.
The newly sworn-in Japanese government is considering taking a U-turn on nuclear power, overthrowing the 2030 nuclear exit policy of the former administration, with the greater market share of nuclear curtailing poised to curtail gas generation.
Germany will realise merely half of the 10,000 MW in offshore wind capacity it plans by 2020, according to wind energy association BWE, with the slow expansion in wind capacity requiring more fossil capacity.
GE has won an order to supply Frame 6B gas turbines to Spain’s Technicas Reunidas, the engineering, procurement and construction contractor for the upgrade of the Izmit refinery. The order is part of a $2.3 billion investment by refinery owner Turkish Petroleum Refineries Corporation (Tupras), to upgrade its 1960s era refinery to meet the latest EU environmental and emission standards.