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Kineticor acquires Shell’s partially constructed oil sands power plant in Canada
By EBR Staff Writer
Privately held power producer Kineticor has partnered with one of Canada's pension funds to acquire the partially constructed 690MW cogeneration plant located near Peace River, Canada, from Shell Canada.
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Hongkong Electric awards contract to MHPS for gas-fired GTCC power generation equipment
By EBR Staff Writer
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has secured a contract from Hongkong Electric (HK Electric) to supply natural-gas-fired gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) power generation system equipment.
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First fire of GE 9HA gas turbine starts at 1.1GW Bhikki power plant in Pakistan
By EBR Staff Writer
GE and Harbin Electric International Company (HEI) have started the first fire of an advanced GE 9HA gas turbine, which was installed at the 1.1GW Bhikki power plant in Punjab, Pakistan.
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WFW advising BW Offshore on deal for Namibia’s Kudu field
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) has been advising BW Offshore on documentation relating to its participation in the Kudu offshore gas field project in Namibia.
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EnSync Energy partners with ENMAX Generation
EnSync, dba EnSync Energy Systems, are working with ENMAX Energy Corporation at the District Energy Centre site in Calgary, Alberta, to integrate Solar and Energy Storage with a Combined Heat and Power system using EnSync's patented Matrix technology.
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Siemens conducts full load engine testing for 3D-printed gas turbine blades
By EBR Staff Writer
German engineering firm Siemens has successfully completed the first full load engine testing for its new 3D printed gas turbine blades.
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Vattenfall to build €325m gas-fired combined heat and power plant in Germany
By EBR Staff Writer
Swedish utility Vattenfall has made a final investment decision for the development of a new €325m ($349.5m) gas-fired combined heat and power plant in Berlin, Germany.
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French utility EDF to axe 6% of workforce by 2019
By EBR Staff Writer
France's state-controlled utility EDF is planning to shed 6% of its workforce at its French power generation unit by 2019, as part of its restructuring program.
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GE to upgrade EPS’ Nikola Tesla thermal power plant in Serbia
By EBR Staff Writer
GE’s Power Services has signed an agreement to help upgrade Elektro Privreda Srbije’s (EPS) TTP Nikola Tesla power plant in Serbia.
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Siemens connects 4.8GW of power to Egyptian national electricity grid
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens has connected 4.8GW of power generation capacity to Egyptian national electricity grid by completing the first phase of a megaproject in the country ahead of schedule.
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Marubeni and partners sign PPA for Jawa 1 gas-fired project in Indonesia
By EBR Staff Writer
Indonesian state-owned electricity utility PT PLN (Persero) has signed a long-term agreement with PT Jawa Satu Power to purchase power from the Jawa 1 gas-fired project in the country.
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Equis expands into Australia with two large scale solar projects
Equis Energy (Equis), Asia’s major independent renewable energy developer and investor, recently approved the development, construction and operation of two solar projects in South Australia and Queensland, Australia with a total generation capacity of 200MWAC (Projects).
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Lightstone Generation acquires 5,200MW of power generation assets from AEP
By EBR Staff Writer
Lightstone Generation has acquired four power plants, with combined capacity of approximately 5,200MW, from US based utility American Electric Power (AEP) for approximately $2.17bn.
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Engie wins EPC contract for $1.2bn Fadhili power project in Saudi Arabia
By EBR Staff Writer
French electric utility Engie, in partnership with Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, has received engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the $1.2bn Fadhili independent power project (IPP) in Saudi Arabia.
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Siemens, Marubeni to build 1,200MW combined cycle power plant in Thailand
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens and its Japanese consortium partner Marubeni have been awarded a engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning contract for 1,200MW combined cycle power plant in Thailand.
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