Siemens-led consortium wins Petronas cogeneration project

Siemens and MMC Engineering Services has secured a contract from Petronas to construct the 1200 MW Pengerang co-generation plant (PCP) in Malaysia.

Siemens will build the plant featuring four cogeneration units with each comprising an H class gas turbine and a waste-heat recovery steam generator. Each unit will also have a steam turbine, associated mechanical and electrical systems and an instrumentation and control system.
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After completion, the plant will have the capacity to produce about 1,480 tonnes per hour of steam for the Petronas Pengerang integrated complex (PIC) development in Pengerang, Southern Johor, Malaysia.

The plant's first co-generation unit is anticipated to start operations by mid-2017 with that unit set to supply power to the National Grid while the rest of the cogeneration units will supply energy to PIC's facilities.

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