Siemens wins $967m Saudi power plant order
Engineering giant Siemens has won an order worth $966.8 million (£629.5m) to supply key components for a power plant in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The combined cycle power station is designed to supply electricity to a refinery and the Jazan Industrial city area in the southwest of the country. The plant will have a total installed capacity of 4,000MW and will be fuelled with residues from the refinery.
Siemens will supply 10 gas turbines (pictured), of which six will be manufactured in Saudi Arabia, five steam turbines, 15 generators and 10 heat recovery steam generators to energy firm Saudi Aramco.
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Source: Energy Live News