West Burton B combined cycle gas turbine power station. Picture courtesy of EDF Energy.
By Editors of Power Engineering
Amec Foster Wheeler announced it has secured a framework agreement to provide engineering consultancy services to EDF Energy’s Coal, Gas and Renewables division and to support its fleet of coal plants, gas-fired power station and gas storage sites.
Additionally, the company will also support EDF Energy Renewables’ UK wind farms.
The framework covers operations and maintenance, outage support, technical services, plant modifications and enhancements, new build and decommissioning.
“Our role is to deploy our technical capacity and capability to improve EDF Energy’s operational and commercial performance at all levels and support its aims and objectives for safe, reliable operation,” said Dawn James, vice president for generation services at Amec Foster Wheeler’s Clean Energy segment.
The technical programs covered by the agreement include pressure systems management; steam turbines and turbo alternator plant; electrical plant management; civil engineering requirements; gas turbine plant; control efficiency, performance and reliability management; gas storage and gas supply systems; wind turbines and wind farm management and project management.