Generators dispatched to Egyptian gas-fired power project

Siemens has shipped the modules for the first heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) for the company’s Beni Suef gas-fired power plant mega project in Egypt.

The boiler will travel from South Korea to Egypt’s, to be installed in the middle of September. The project features three 4.8 GW turnkey combined-cycle power plants located in Beni Suef, New Capital, and Burullus in Egypt.
Siemens gas power plant Egypy installation
Siemens Dutch subsidiary NEM is supplying a total of 24 HRSG, with eight boilers to be deployed at each plant.

It will eventually be transported to the natural-gas-fired combined-cycle power plant, which will be equipped by eight Siemens SGT5-8000H gas turbines.

Exhaust gas from the turbines in each of the eight HRSG will be used to generate high-pressure steam, which would be able to operate the four steam turbines deployed at the plant. Under the terms of the deal, NEM will carry out engineering, manufacturing, and delivery of 24 vertical triple-pressure reheat once-through HRSG for the three plants.



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