Rolls-Royce awarded Power Generation contract by LUKOIL in Russia

18/08/2012 01:17

Rolls-Royce, a global power systems company, was contracted to supply two industrial Trent 60 gas turbines to power, the Russian oil company, Lukoil Stavrolen power plant in Budennovsk, Russia.

The contract was awarded to Russian contractor company Synergetic Projects LLC, the general contractor Stavrolen power.
Denis Dolgov, Vice President - Power business, Lukoil said: «Rolls-Royce Trent 60 gas turbines provide reliable, efficient and commercially competitive approaches to meet the needs of the units will allow LUKOIL Stavrolen power to achieve power in accordance with our own. obligations under the Agreement signed with the Russian supply of the electricity market. "
Tom Sacco, Rolls-Royce, executive vice president of Energy - Energy said: "I am pleased that Lukoil has chosen Rolls-Royce technology to support the expansion of production at its plant Stavrolen petrochemical proven efficacy and excellent fuel economy Trent 60 gas turbines will be. Provide Russian electricity market with a reliable supply of electricity. "
Every Trent 60 units would produce 58.5 megawatts. Exhaust heat from the engine will be restored to drive a steam turbine alone, providing additional power for the Russian power grid and high-pressure steam to support the manufacturing processes of the plant Stavrolen polyethylene. Every Trent 60 units will be featureRolls-Royce low emissions technologies to minimize the impact on the environment.
Today's announcement follows a 2011 contract for the supply of LUKOIL from five Rolls-Royce Bergen diesel engines, each producing 5.2 MW to provide power for pumping, processing and related services in LUKOIL diamond mine in the Arkhangelsk region of Russia.
The equipment will be manufactured and packaged in a Rolls-Royce facilities in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and Mount Vernon, Ohio, USA, ready to be sent from the third quarter of 2012 and put into commercial operation scheduled for the 4th quarter of 2013.