Plans have been revived for a $1.5 billion gas-fired power plant to be built in New South Wales, Australia, among a national debate about energy security.
Iberdrola and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) have signed an agreement for two M501J gas turbines, a steam turbine, a spare gas turbine rotor, and a long-term service agreement for the El Carmen combined cycle power plant, located in Nuevo León, Mexico.
SK Engineering & Construction of South Korea has partnered with Unit ETSII, a Turkish subsidiary of the Belgium-based Unit International, to build and operate five new gas-fired power plants in Iran.
The South Australian State Government has announced that it will carry out a $550 million investment into electricity infrastructure, including construction of a new $360 million gas-fired power plant.
EDF has said that its British arm is considering construction of a new gas-fired power station in the northeast of England, close to some of its existing plants.
South Australia’s Economic Development Board (EDB) has said that the South Australian Government should consider buying or leasing a gas-fired electricity generator to help stabilise the state’s power supply.
Siemens and its Dresser-Rand business will supply two gas turbine-driven compressor trains and two gas turbine generator packages for the Liwa Plastics Industrial Complex, a major petrochemical project in Oman.
Siemens has received an order for five F-class gas turbines for a 1500 MW CHP plant in Saudi Arabia.
Leigh Creek Energy has announced that it plans to construct a gas plant at the site of the former Leigh Creek coalmine, 500 km north of Adelaide, South Australia, to produce commercial quantities of pipeline-quality methane.
GE and Gama Energy have signed an agreement to operate the first digital power plant in Turkey.