SOME ARAB EMIRATES NEWS ON ENERGY MATTERS 2016

SAUDI TRANSFORMER MARKET WILL BE WORTH US$720 MILLION BY 2020 SAYS TECHSCI
Growing power consumption coupled with anticipated increase in power generation capacity will expand Saudi Arabia power & distribution transformers market at least until 2020.

According to TechSci Research report – “Saudi Arabia Power & Distribution Transformers Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020” – power and distribution transformers market in the country is projected to cross US$ 720 million by 2020


ABU DHABI TO DEVELOP US$215 MILLION COGENERATION PROJECT WITH ABENGOA
A cogeneration project is to be developed to cover the power and steam requirements for Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) at its Al Taweelah complex in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Abengoa, responsible for the engineering, design and construction, will construct the plant a capacity of 220 MWe and up to 600 tonnes of steam per hour..


ROLLS-ROYCE /MTU ONSITE ENERGY WILL SUPPLY GENSETS TO TURKEY FOR 2016
MTU Onsite Energy diesel gensets are to supply emergency back-up power to a total of 35 health campuses in Turkey. With a combined capacity of 56 MW of standby power, the Rolls-Royce subsidiary MTU will supply 10 units of the 16-cylinder Series 4000 diesel genset and one 8-cylinder Series 1600 unit to the Turkish medical institutions.


MAN DIESEL & TURBO DIESEL GENERATORS POWER SAUDI CEMENT SITE
A new on-site power plant at a cement production site in Saudi Arabia will be operated and maintained by MAN Diesel & Turbo. MAN Diesel & Turbo was also responsible for building the 54 MW power plant, near Jeddah, where five MAN 20V32/44 CR diesel engines provide electrical power for the new cement plant.


POWER: UMM ALQURA CEMENT COMPANY SIGNS WITH WARTSILA IN 47MW SAUDI ARABIAN DEAL
Wärtsilä has signed a three-year maintenance agreement with Umm AlQura Cement Company for their power plant near Taif city in Saudi Arabia. With this asset management agreement Wärtsilä assumes full responsibility for operations and maintenance of the Umm AlQura power plant, consisting of five Wärtsilä 32 engines with combined output of 47 MW.


QATAR ORDERS GAS & STEAM TURBINES FOR POWER PLANT IN THE UMM AL HOUL ECONOMIC ZONE
Siemens has received an order to supply six gas turbines, four steam turbines and ten generators for a new combined-cycle gas-fired power generating facility in Qatar, which is set to provide 25 per cent of the nation’s power. The facility will also have an integrated seawater desalination facility. Siemens’ customer is Samsung C&T, which is building the entire complex

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Henry Sapiecha

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