The customer for the project is CNOOC, China national oil company. The general designer and contractor is Harbinsky marine boilers and turbines research institute. GTPP with the capacity 6 MW and the efficiency 30 % operates in parallel with the power grid. It satisfies the needs of the chemicals plant in electric power.
In March 2009 the power plant run continuous testing.The power unit is designed on the base of UGT6000 (DV71) turbine by Zorya-Mashproekt. QFW-6-Z generator with output voltage 6.3 kV was manufactured in China. The power plant can be run on casing-head gas or natural gas.


Mannheim-based MWM GmbH, one of the world's leading providers of decentralized energy generation plants, has announced the launch of a new engine. TCG 2016C will be introduced as the successor of TCG 2016 and TCG 2016B. It is characterized by higher overall and thermal efficiency. TCG 2016C is available as V12 and V16 and provides an output ranging from 555 to 800 kW (mechanical). It can be run with natural gas or biogas. Under ISO conditions, the overall efficiency for natural gas operation with a minimum methane number of 80 is 85.1% for the twelve-cylinder edition and 85.7% for the sixteen-cylinder edition. For the biogas edition, the higher compression ratio in comparison to the natural gas edition enables an overall efficiency of 82.9% for the twelve-cylinder edition and 83.4% for the sixteen-cylinder edition under ISO conditions. TCG 2016C actively contributes to high efficiency, which is vital especially for biogas plants.


GE Energy announced today that Edipower, a leading Italian generation company, has selected GE Energy’s ecomagination-certified gas turbine emissions control technology to meet regional greenhouse gas emissions standards at the company’s Sermide facility. Edipower will achieve the new NOx emissions standards for combined-cycle power plants, the most aggressive in Europe, with the help of GE’s DLN 2.6+ system. Edipower provides nearly eight percent of Italy’s energy needs, generating 7,700 megawatts (MW) of capacity annually, including 750 MW generated by renewable energy resources.
On January 1, 2009, the region of Lombardy, Italy, enacted new standards limiting nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions to 30 milligrams (mg) /Nm3 as compared to present levels of 50 mg/Nm3, for a total emissions reduction of 40 percent. Edipower’s combined-cycle power plant in Sermide will meet the new standards with the installation of GE’s Dry Low NOx (DLN) 2.6+ system.
By adding the DLN 2.6+ system to its Sermide facility, Edipower will limit its greenhouse gas emissions, such as NOx and carbon monoxide (CO), to below the 30 mg/Nm3 cap. The DLN 2.6+ system also will reduce the minimum operating load levels for the gas turbines to 35 percent, improving the operating flexibility and increasing benefits to both the environment and project economics.
GE will upgrade all three 9FA+e gas turbines operating at the Sermide facility with the advanced DLN 2.6+ combustion systems. To meet Edipower's requirements for a short-cycle project, GE will perform each upgrade starting in parallel with a planned maintenance outage, thus requiring minimal additional stoppage time to the power plant’s production.
GE Energy's newest dry low NOx combustion system, DLN 2.6+, was developed to help power plant operators meet or exceed the increasingly stringent regulatory requirements in Europe and elsewhere around the world. Capable of reducing NOx and CO emissions by 40 percent or more on GE Frame 9FA gas turbines, this technology has been certified under GE’s ecomagination program to address the need for cleaner, more efficient sources of energy to reduce emissions.


At present three Mobilepac power units are run at Pushkino substation and two units at Daryino substation providing secure power supply for the customers in Odintsovo and Pushkino districts. Mobilepac gas turbine power units rated at 22.5 MW each commissioned by Mobile GTES JSC are designed on the base of FT8 turbine. To satisfy ecological requirements the engines are equipped with combustion chamber water injection system providing the decrease of NOx emissions in the atmosphere. The fuel is diesel oil. At present 14 Pratt & Whitney mobile gas turbine power plants with the total capacity 315 MW are run on the territory of Russia.


Razdanskaya power plant is the biggest CHP plant in Armenia, its capacity is 1100 MW. The capacity of the fifth power unit being incompleted is 300 MW.
Under the agreement with ArmRusgasprom JSC Engineering and designing centre – New generation Ltd. will fulfill upgrading of the fifth power unit. The company will replace it with combined cycle power unit on the base of Alstom GT13E2 gas turbine with the capacity 179.9 MW and the existing steam boiler. As a result power unit capacity will come up to 431 MW. Assembling and installation will be fulfilled by HPCC-3 company (China). The power equipment will be operational at the end of 2010.


Progress Company will build power complex for oil refinery works in Volkhov under the turnkey contract. The customer is Volkhovneftehim JSC. Gas engine power plant will be designed on the base of three GE Energy's Jenbacher gas engines JMS 312 GS power units rated at 625 kW each and one JMS 320 GS power unit with the capacity 1063 kW. All the power units will be equipped with heat recovery system.
The power complex also includes two stand-by FG Wilson P1700P1 diesel generating sets rated at 1360 kW each. Generated thermal power will be used for hot-water supply and heating system. Two Vapor steam boilers with the capaity 13.2 t/h will generate steam for technological purposes of the enterprise. The commissioning is scheduled for the end of the year.


Reinforcing its commitment to support the development of Russia’s energy infrastructure, GE Energy has signed an agreement to build a new power technology center in the Kaluga Region that will initially provide services for GE power generation equipment installed in Russia and the Central Asian States. The agreement to construct the technology center was signed with the government of Kaluga Region, the Kaluga Region Development Corporation and the administration of Kaluga City.
The new Kaluga technology center will include an office building and industrial shop, and in its first phase handle the repair and service of GE heavy-duty gas turbine components. GE Energy anticipates that the technology center, once fully operational, will employ between 50 to 100 highly-skilled Russian engineers and service staff. Commissioning and startup is scheduled for the first quarter of 2011.