APR Energy natural gas turbine contract expanded in Libya

In Libya, APR Energy is expanding its 250 MW natural gas turbine contract to include an additional 200 MW.

The turnkey power solution will help cover an anticipated increase in power demand during the summer, as well as provide interim power generation capacity as the civil war-torn country rebuilds its electric infrastructure.

APR’s new contracts in 2013 total 553 MW, compared to 569 MW of contracts in all of 2012, according to Power Engineering.

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