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Construction works from SENER power plant to Gondi Group.

Mexico City, Mexico, July 10, 2019 – The SENER engineering and technology group has signed a contract with Gondi, a leading Mexican group in the manufacture of paper for cardboard packaging, to build phase 1 of a steam and electricity service plant in Guadalupe Nuevo León (Mexico). The facility is designed to supply electricity, steam and cold water to the most modern paper plant in the country.

Phase 1 involves a steam plant with two boilers and an electric substation, which is scheduled to go into operation in early 2020. There is a future option to execute Phase 2 to develop the cogeneration scheme in 2021-2022.

Under this contract, signed as a turnkey or EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract for Phase 1, SENER will be responsible for the basic and detailed engineering, the overall procurement of materials, general project management, construction and start-up, as well as for training the operations personnel for two backup boilers.

SENER has extensive experience in the Mexican energy sector, where it has implemented 29 projects in the combined cycle and cogeneration, oil, gas and mining sectors, 16 of them of the EPC or turnkey variety. Specifically, in cogeneration, SENER led the construction of one plant for Cryonfra-Afranrent, two for the CYDSA group, a fourth for Alpek and a fifth, called TG-8 Madero, for Pemex, all of them as EPC construction contracts.

With offices in the country since 2006 and employing a multidisciplinary team of more than 400 Mexican professionals, SENER develops engineering and technology projects in the areas of Infrastructure and Transport (such as the passenger train between Toluca and México City, Guadalajara Metro Line 3, the General Hospital of Mexico and various works in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) throughout the country, for clients such as SCT, BANOBRAS and CAPUFE), and Renewables, Power, Oil & Gas, with, in addition to the aforementioned cogeneration plants, contracts such as the Agua Prieta II combined cycle plant, the La Cangrejera petrochemical plant and the diesel hydrodesulphurization units at the refineries in Tula and Salamanca for PEMEX, the Empalme I combined cycle plant and the compressor stations in Frontera and Los Ramones for Gasoductos del Noreste.

Source: SENER

MAN Energy Solutions has won an EPC-contract to set up a highly efficient, combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plant for Progressive Energy, the energy arm of the ElcaTex Group in Choloma, Honduras. The plant will be powered by 3 × MAN 18V51/60 engines with an overall capacity of 54.8 MW, generating power and steam for a nearby textile factory.

MAN Energy Solutions will take an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) role in the project and will be responsible for the construction of the entire plant.

For textile manufacturing, steam is as important as power, which is why Elcatex Group were looking for a solution to efficiently produce electricity as well as steam to drive its manufacturing footprint. Thanks to the new plant, the company will be able to increase its energy efficiency while becoming more autonomous in its steam supply chain.

While the MAN 51/60 engines will operate on heavy fuel oil (HFO) once the new plant opens, Progressive Energy plans to convert them to gas operation as soon as a secure supply of LNG (Liquid Natural Gas, LNG) becomes available. The switch to gas will reduce the plant’s emissions even further.

Source: MAN Energy Solutions

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The engineering and technology group Sener and Acciona Industrial have achieved another relevant milestone initiating the salt melting process at the Kathu Solar Park Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant. The molten salt will be used to store heat from the solar field that can later be recovered to produce steam and generate electricity in the absence of solar radiation, extending the operational capacity of the plant after sunset and during cloudy weather.

Thanks to this molten salt storage system, that allows 4.5 hours of thermal energy storage, the Kathu Solar Park CSP Plant will supply clean energy to 179,000 homes. The plant uses SENERtrough®-2 collectors, a parabolic trough technology, specifically designed and patented by SENER, aimed at improving efficiency of the solar field. The significance of this technology – SENERtrough®-2 and molten salt storage system – is that the CSP plant will not only supply power during sunny periods, but as needed to satisfy the peak of demand, without the considerable expense of battery storage.

Siyabonga Mbanjwa, Sener Regional Managing Director in Southern Africa, commented: “The use of molten salt as thermal energy storage system will allow Kathu Solar Park to operate in a cost-effective manner, storing the generated energy from the sun, producing and dispatching electricity, in absence of solar radiation, to satisfy the peak of demand. At Sener, our aim is to provide the most innovative technology, being compliant with Health & Safety stringent standards, to ensure an outstanding performance and thermal stability for a reliable and sustained energy supply.

Roberto Felipe, Chief Operating Officer of Acciona Industrial, said: “This project is technologically cutting-edge, and the complexity of both engineering and construction is only comparable to large infrastructure projects. At ACCIONA, we are committed to the social and economic development of the regions where our projects are located, and the positive impact this plant is having in Kathu and the surrounding areas is a reason for us to continue executing these projects with these high quality standards.

Kathu Solar Park is one of the awarded projects in bid window 3.5 of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Program (REIPPPP) led by the South African Department of Energy (DOE).

The joint venture between Sener and Acciona Industrial was appointed by the ENGIE led consortium to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for the project. Construction started on site in May 2016 and is due for completion within the next few months. Approximately 1,400 jobs are being created during the construction phase. It is estimated that the Kathu Solar Park will save six million tonnes of CO2 over 20 years and will further promote local economic development through the KSP trust and the Kelebogile Trust, which has invested significantly in the local community thus far thereby making a meaningful contribution to the community of the John Taolo Gaetsewe District Municipality.

Source: Sener

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Siemens will supply the key components for the Attarat steam power plant in Jordan. The customer China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Power Engineering Co. Ltd. will build the facility as general contractor for the operator of the plant, the Attarat Power Company. Siemens’ scope of supply comprises two SST5-5000 steam turbines, two air-cooled SGen5-1200A generators, and the turbine control system. The condenser is air cooled to address the lack of water at the site. This can be seen as a global trend for dry areas where water is mainly used for households, farming and ecosystem. The power plant will start operation in mid-2020 and will feed up to 470 MW to Jordan’s power grid.

The Attarat facility will supply enough electricity to cover up to 15 percent of the country’s annual power demand. Jordan is one of the most water-scarce countries in the world. The air cooled condensers will save up to 90 percent of the water needed for the plant’s operation compared with the use of a wet cooling system. Siemens will supply low-pressure turbines which are able to withstand the high back pressure caused by the condensers. The SST5-5000 is the most compact steam turbine generator consisting of one combined high- / intermediate pressure and one low pressure module ever built for a steam power plant. This will provide a small footprint and highest possible performance.

 

Jordan is considered one of the driest countries in the world, and 14 percent of the country’s power capacity is used for water treatment and distribution. The power plant will be built in the desert at Attarat Um Ghudran, 100 kilometers southeast of the Jordanian capital Amman and away from the country’s natural water supplies. The efficient use of scarce resources, especially water, is a critical challenge to provide a reliable power supply for the local population and economy.

In July 2014, the Madrid Health Service announced a public tender for a Mixed-Purpose Contract for Supplies and Works to construct and manage a natural gas-fired thermal plant at the Hospital Universitario La Paz. The 15-year contract had a tender budget of almost €45m (ex. VAT) to supply power to cover the hospital complex’s energy demand for heating, DHW and steam. Four proposals were submitted, with the contract finally being awarded to the joint venture comprising Gas Natural Servicios SDG and Veolia Servicios Lecam.

The Hospital Universitario La Paz is one of the largest hospitals in terms of importance in the Autonomous Community of Madrid and an essential part of the public healthcare system. Consisting of four buildings that house the General Hospital, Maternity Hospital, Children’s Hospital and Trauma Centre, the complex covers a surface area of 180,000 m2 and has a total of 1,328 beds.

 

Due to age (some 50 years) and the degree of wear and tear of its thermal installations, the Hospital Universitario La Paz was facing high energy and O&M costs in addition to: the risk of a lack of supply, with the resultant risk to the health and wellbeing of patients and workers., high environmental impact, due to the use of diesel. and an inability to handle increases in demand. Read more…

Mario Bonaut Prieto, Ana María Zafra, Gas Natural Fenosa
Raúl González Alcorlo, Veolia

Article published in: FuturENERGY January-February 2017

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At 11.6 metres long, 4.5 metres wide and almost 8 metres high, the dimensions of each of the four Bosch boilers for the new Ledvice power plant unit of the energy company CˇEZ are impressive. In total, the boilers produce up to 167 t/h of superheated steam for the start-up process of the new steam turbine that generates power. However, the Ledvice power plant does not just supply power: it also provides heating to some 300 companies and 20,000 residents. The huge boilers provide additional supply during peak load periods and serve as a backup for the district heating network.

The Ledvice power plant is situated in the Czech Republic in the foothills of the Erz Mountains between the cities of Teplice and Bilina. This new power plant unit, with its formidable electrical power output of 660 MW, is owned by the utility CˇEZ and has recently come online at this site.

In its role as general contractor, the company Skoda Praha Invest was responsible for implementing the new turnkey power plant unit and the steam boiler system. Stringent safety requirements and a tight time schedule demanded a high degree of flexibility and experience from all those involved in the project. Read more…

Article published in: FuturENERGY January-February 2017

Two Siemens SST-800 steam turbines are supplying electricity and process steam to a pulp factory in Brazil. The SST-800 has a capacity of 190 MW, making it among the largest steam turbines in use in the pulp and paper industry worldwide. The plant has a total capacity of 270 MW. The customer is Klabin, a leading manufacturer and exporter of paper and packaging.

An extraction backpressure steam turbine and a condensing steam turbine supply electricity and process steam for the pulp factory in Ortigueira, in the southern Brazilian state of Paraná.

The new plant is uniquely flexible, because it has two production lines and can produce two types of fiber simultaneously. The factory has an annual production capacity of 1.5 million metric tons of pulp. 1.1 million metric tons of bleached hardwood pulp (eucalyptus) and 400,000 metric tons of bleached softwood pulp (pine), a portion of which is converted into fluff pulp for products like baby diapers.

Approximately 150 MW of electricity, or more than half of the total of 270 MW produced, is fed into the national power grid. That’s enough to supply electricity to a city of a half-million people.

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La turbina de gas SGT-800 de Siemens en el edificio de fabricación del taller de turbina de gas en Finspong, Suecia / The Siemens SGT-800 gas turbine in the manufacturing building of the gas turbine workshop in Finspong, Sweden

Siemens has received an order from Israel for the first time for the turnkey construction of two industrial combined cycle power plants. The two natural gas-fired power plants, Alon Tavor and Ramat Gabriel, are to be built in northern Israel. Alon Tavor will supply a creamery with electricity and process steam, while Ramat Gabriel will supply a fiber factory. The Israeli energy provider, RD Energy, is the customer for both power plants. Commissioning of the plants is scheduled for mid-2018.

Siemens will handle the turnkey construction of both plants and will supply one SGT-800 industrial gas turbine, one SST-300 industrial steam turbine as well as the SPPA-T3000 control system for each project. The industrial plants will each have an electrical capacity of 70 megawatts and feature steam extraction. Electricity will be fed into the Israeli power grid. The turbines will be manufactured in Finspong, Sweden and Brno, Czech Republic.

The Israeli power plant market offers enormous potential, and Siemens has a strong presence in the country,” says Shmuel Fledel, CEO of Siemens Israel and country division lead of the Power and Gas Division. “We are now supplying our first entirely combined cycle plants to an Israeli independent power producer. This is a good opportunity to establish ourselves in the country as a supplier of turnkey power plant solutions and services. The order will also make an important contribution toward Siemens’ targeted growth for industrial power plants.” Approximately 40 percent of Israel’s power generation capacity is already based on Siemens technology.

Source: Siemens

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Turkish company Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.Ş. (AKSA), the worlds biggest manufacturer of acrylic fibers, has placed an order with MAN Diesel & Turbo for the supply of a 99 MW steam turbine generator set. At the company’s main site in Yalova (Turkey), this Genset will replace an existing installation, to provide the production plant with efficiently produced electrical power and process steam from year 2017 on.

Energy supply of the plant close to Istanbul, being one of the largest production sites for acrylic fibers worldwide, will hereby reach a new level. Beside auxiliaries like condenser or lube oil system, MAN also provides a comprehensive service package consisting of operator training modules, spare part supply as well as long-term support by MAN PrimeServ as service provider of the OEM.

Abdullah Ocak, Energy Sales & Planning Manager at AKSA: “AKSA is interested in exploring opportunities aimed at decreasing production costs while meeting an internally growing steam demand.

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The complex control of the steam supply to our acrylic fiber production is very important for highest quality of our products. MAN offered the best flexible solution for the process steam supply and best efficiency of generating electricity with a preferable maintenance contract.”
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Abengoa and Toshiba Corporation, have been selected as preferred bidders to build the Tees Renewable Energy Plant. The project is owned by MGT Teesside, a subsidiary of MGT Power, a British company committed to developing utility scale biomass CHP projects. This will be the world’s newly built largest power and steam from biomass plant, and will be located in the Port of Teesside, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom. It will have a capacity of 299 MW of electricity and steam, both for self-sufficiency and to be exported to nearby industry and users. The engineering and construction contract will exceed 600 M€.

Abengoa will be responsible for carrying out the engineering, design and construction of the plant for the client MGT Teesside. This project will use wood pellets and chips from certified sustainable forestry resources from the United States and Europe as fuel, and will be audited to ensure compliance with the strict criteria established by the UK’s incentives for renewable energy.

The project will supply renewable energy for the equivalent of at least 600,000 households in the UK. During the construction phase, up to 1,100 jobs are expected to be created.

With this plant, Abengoa will contribute to reduce the UK.’s carbon footprint and promote the country’s energy transition to renewable and efficient energy sources. In addition, this base-load generation reliable thermal plant will help to ensure the supply of electricity to U.K. consumers, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Abengoa has now been awarded the construction of two power and steam biomass plants in less than a year, the other being a 215 MW plant in Ghent, Belgium The Ghent project was previously the largest power and steam from biomass plant in the world to have awarded a construction contract. These two awards strengthen Abengoa’s capacity to develop complex projects, as well as its commitment to sustainable development.

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