Mitsubishi gas turbine set for cogen facility in Saudi Arabia

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries ( MHI) has received an order from Canada’s SNC-Lavalin International for the supply of four sets of its natural gas-fired, 150 MW M501F gas turbines and generators.
 
The gas turbines and generators will form the core of a proposed cogeneration facility for the Wasit gas plant project, a large-scale gas processing project by Saudi Aramco, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's government-owned company.
 
Expected to be delivered in 2012, the gas turbines and generators will be installed at Wasit gas plant, located in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia to process the gas produced from the Hasbah and Arabiyah non-associated gas fields.
 
MHI will supply the four M501F gas turbines and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will provide the four generators.
 
This latest order will bring the cumulative number of M501F gas turbines ordered for Saudi Aramco to 11 units, says MHI.
 
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