South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is focusing on new business for its power plant section in growth markets such as India and the Middle East, shifting its focus away from its South Korean home market. “India has become the biggest growth market for us, followed by Vietnam and Indonesia,” Doosan spokesman Jeong Chol Seo told ‘Gas-to-Power Journal’.
Siemens Energy will supply a ‘power island solution’, consisting of two steam turbines and four gas turbines, for the proposed 242 MW Diamantina combined cycle power plant in Mount Isa in Queensland, Australia. Commissioning of the combined cycle plant is scheduled for early 2014, the Erlangen-headquartered company said today.
General Electric (GE) will supply Fluor Corporation with two Frame 7FA Gas Turbine-Generators for the Ferguson Replacement Project, a 540 MW combined-cycle power plant near Marble Falls, Texas. The new Ferguson CCGT power plant will be replacing the 37-year-old Thomas C. Ferguson Power Plant (420 MW) at the site. Start of commercial operation of the plant is scheduled for summer 2014, GE said today.
Denmark's Dong Energy might build a new gas-fired power plant together with Gazprom in Hesse, Germany, provided the two companies manage to enter an agreement on jointly gas-fired power generation assets in Europe, a Dong Energy spokesman told Gas-to-Power Journal today. "Germany could be an option for a new joint power plant as we already own a site for building a power plant in Ludwigsau, Hesse," he said.
General Electric's vice chairman John Rice has confirmed GE's 2012 outlook and expectations for continued double-digit revenue growth from its Industrial and Capital segments in its global growth regions in 2012 and 2013. "The world needs more power (...) to meet the needs of growing populations and an emerging middle class," Rice said at an investor meeting today.