PJSCRN-Burenie company bought 33 diesel power plants manufactured by PSM. The plants each rated at 320 kW were supplied for operation on the sites of the fields in Krasnoyarsky and Krasnodarsky Areas and in Khanty-Mansiysky Autonomous Area. Diesel power plants will operate as stand-by plants and will provide electric power for the needs of drilling equipment - boring winches, rotors and pumps. They also can operate as base load power plants and generate electric power for new rotational villages.


General designer and the supplier of the main power equipment for the station is Energomash Plant Sintur-NT. Gas engine power station was developed on the base of Deutz AG TBG 620 V12 gas engine. Electric output of the station is 600 kW, thermal output is 720 kW.


The construction of PGU-230 combined cycle power station is being carried out under the program of the contracts for capacity supply. Two Кt-46-8.8 steam turbines supplied by Ural turbine plant are assembled on two power units of PGU-230 combined cycle power station. Кt-46-8.8 steam turbines will operate in connection with GE Energy PG 6111 FA gas turbine power plants and heat-recovery steam generators supplied by EMAlliance.


The station consists of two Guascor SFGLD 560 gas engine power plants. Electric output of each power plant is 1000 kW, thermal power output is 1300 kW. Container power plants are installed at outdoor area.


Power Machines has manufactured and successfully tested a 130 MW turbine intended for the LLC Kazakhmys Energy TPP (Kazakhstan). The turbine’s delivery to the power plant site is scheduled for May 2018. The contract for the manufacture and delivery of equipment for the modernization of four TPP power units was signed in 2014 with the LLC Kazakhmys Energy. In compliance with their contractual obligations, Power Machines will deliver four sets of equipment to the TTP, each comprising a steam turbine and a turbogenerator with a capacity up to 130 MW, and heat exchange equipment made by the Krasny Kotelshchik Taganrog Boiler-Building Plant (a member of the Power Machines group).



PJSC RusHydro announces that construction of the first stage of gas-fired Yakutskaya GRES-2 is now completed. The facility’s key equipment has undergone comprehensive testing; the plant was cleared to start commercial operation.

Currently, Yakutskaya GRES-2 is in operation and supplies electricity to the central power system of Yakutiya (Sakha), and heat to consumers of Yakutsk. Facility’s electric capacity is 193 MW, heat generation capacity – 469 GCal/h including peaking hot-water boiler-house. The station consists of four GE Energy LM6000 gas turbine power plants, four KUV-38.1-185 waste-heat boilers supplied by Krasny Kotelshchik (Power Machines PJSC). The new unit should substitute capacity of the retiring Yakutskaya GRES, create capacity reserve and increase reliability of supply.Yakutskaya GRES-2 (1st stage) is one of four priority projects in the Far East of Russia implemented in accordance with the Decree of the President of Russia.


Four BAEKT-1040.2 diesel power plants each rated at 1040 kW were supplied to the site by Energia-TEK JSC. The customer of the equipment is Sport-In state enterprise, general designer and general contractor of the project is Crocus International JSC. Power plants were developed on the base of Laser Industries LIМ1300.