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Six of the ordered combustion gas turbines will be manufactured at this new facility.
Wood Group GTS services the following gas turbines: Solar Mars, Saturn 10, Centaur 40, Centaur 50 and Taurus(TM) 60 gas turbines; Siemens TB500, TB 5400 and SGT 100 (Typhoon) and SGT 200 standard combustion gas turbines and the SGT 200 (Tornado) DLE turbine; Rolls-Royce Avon, RB 211 and Olympus 501; GE LM 2500 and LM6000 and Pratt & Whitney GG4.
Six of the ordered Combustion Gas Turbines will be manufactured at this new facility.
The power facility will be comprised of two combustion gas turbines (CGTs), two supplementary-fired heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) and one steam turbine generator (STG).
The project consists of two power blocks, with each block including a combustion gas turbine and a steam turbine.
By turning garbage into green energy, this is a win for the environment, a win for our customers, and a win for the state," says Ozzie Lomax, manager, Renewables and Combustion Gas Turbine Operations.
0, a nondestructive analytical tool that can cost-effectively and efficiently predict the oxidation and thermomechanical fatigue life of combustion gas turbine coatings and coated blades under variable operating conditions.
At an auction held on November 16, Calpine sold two Siemens 501FD combustion gas turbine and generator sets and a partial 501FD unit, three General Electric (GE) LM6000 gas turbines and miscellaneous related equipment for approximately $48 million.