Tokyo Gas is expanding its power generation capacity as Japan's energy mix shifts away from nuclear towards gas generation, Yasushi Sakakibara, Tokyo Gas' deputy general manager for LNG contracts, has told Gas to Power Journal.
Tokyo Gas plans to start-up a third gas-fired 400 MW unit at its Yokohama power plant in 2015.
Siemens, Europe's largest engineering company, plans to slash costs by 6 billion euros ($7.7 billion) in two years to counterbalance estimates of lower profits in the coming year. "We didn't fully succeed in significantly boosting our performance vis-a-vis competitors," chief executive Peter Loescher said today. "We know what we have to do, and we are doing it."
Following a 'first firing', RWE has now started the hot commissioning phase of the combined cycle gas turbine power plant in Denizli, Turkey. "The final phase of completing the project is now underway, which will eventually be followed by handover to the operating crew", says project manager Ralf Bielack.