MAN Diesel wins Bangladesh engine deal

MAN Diesel & Turbo has been commissioned to supply three heavy fuel oil engines to a new power plant in Bangladesh.

The 18V 48/60TS units will drive the plant in the Munshiganj district, which will provide baseload capacity to the capital Dhaka.

This is the third project that MAN has implemented for customer Doreen Power. MAN Diesel wins Bangladesh engine deal

The power station is operated by Doreen Power and will have a capacity of 56.7 MW. Its electricity will be bought by state-owned Bangladesh Power Development Board.

The engines will be delivered next month and are expected to be commissioned in 2017.

“Bangladesh has evolved into a key market for us in the past few years,” said Alexander Stöckler, Head of Global Sales at MAN Diesel & Turbo.

“The Bangladesh government has introduced a state action plan to improve the country’s energy situation, which it is pursuing decisively.”


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