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Siemens Energy and its consortium partner GS E&C
have recently completed and commissioned the two
turnkey combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) projects
Sohar 2 and Barka 3 in the Sultanate of Oman on
schedule, MEP reveals.
District.Cooling 10
The UAE’s first absorption chiller powered by waste heat
is operational in Dubai. Dubai Aluminium (DUBAL) is
using some of the steam produced by the captive
cogeneration and combined cycle Dubal power station to
drive the process and save energy too, explains MEP.
Gen-sets 12
Nine MWM gen-sets have been in operation for more
than one million hours in Bavaria's major air traffic hub -
Munich Airport. And since its opening in 1992, the airport
has worked in a spirit of partnership with the MWM
Service Centre in Munich, says MEP.
Steam Turbines 14
Alstom has been awarded a contract to supply
equipment for the Yanbu 3 power & desalination plant
located on the Red Sea coast, in western Saudi Arabia.
This will be one of the country’s first supercritical power
plants to run on heavy fuel oil, reports MEP’s George
Ronayne.
Gen-sets at Shaybah 15
Saudi Aramco’s US$2.76 billion Shaybah Oilfield project
has involved buying 128 FG
Wilson generator sets, ranging
from 13 – 750 kVA. The deal was
secured by the sole FG Wilson
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AFRICA AMERICAS
WELCOME
A warm welcome to the Spring
2013 issue of Middle East Power -
as always bringing you closer to
the stories and issues affecting
on-site power and cogeneration
around the Middle East &
associated nations.
Please contact the editor to make
any editorial comments.
BIENVENUE
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globale. Per commenti editoriali, si
prega di contattare l'editore.
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- Editor
I
raq’s Taji Power Plant - which serves the greater Baghdad area - celebrates its first year of
successful operation producing electricity to help Iraq’s Ministry of Electricity (MOE) meet the
country’s urgent energy needs. The Iraq MOE commissioned the facility in 2012, located 20
kilometres northeast of Baghdad.
GE supplied four Frame 6B Gas Turbines for the Taji plant, which is curently generating enough
electricity to support about 160,000 households. GE has also supplied similar equipment for two
other power plants in Hilla and Karbala.
Altogether, GE supplied the Iraqi MOE with an additional 56 gas turbines for projects across
Iraq. These have added more than 7,000 megawatts of electricity to support the expansion of
the country’s energy infrastructure and help fuel future economic growth.
“The successful startup of Taji last year signalled the first step in fulfilling our continuous
commitment to bring much needed, reliable electricity to the people of Iraq,” His Excellency
Karim Aftan Aljumaily, Minister of Electricity, Iraq, told MEP. “This completed project marked an
important milestone in our ongoing relationship with GE. Teaming with GE, one of the world’s
leading suppliers of power generation technology and services, is a cornerstone of our strategy
to enhance and expand our energy infrastructure.”
“The Taji power plant project reflects the Iraqi government’s commitment to provide reliable
electricity to its people,” comments Joseph Anis, president and CEO, GE Energy in the Middle
East. ”Working closely with the Ministry of Electricity, we have been successful in executing on
our promise to deliver GE’s advanced technology to ensure that additional power is made
available to the Greater Baghdad area. This
successful one-year anniversary is a significant
moment for GE in Iraq and reinforces our
growing commitment to the country, where we
have been active for nearly 40 years.”
More than 1,100 GE Frame 6B Gas Turbines
are operating worldwide, and more than 170
units have been sold since 2006 - 75% of these
serve oil and gas and industrial applications.
More than 130 GE power turbines have been
installed in Iraq to date.
In addition to supplying equipment and
services for a wide range of new power plant
projects, GE continues to invest in Iraq and
increase its in-country presence. As part of its
plans for expansion in Iraq, GE has also opened
three offices in the cities of Baghdad, Basra
and Erbil.
Iraq powers up with its new GE turbines
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MA Y 2 0 1 3 • MI D D L E E A S T P O W E R
KBR announced that its joint
venture with CH2M Hill has been
awarded a deal to provide,
operate and maintain power
plants to the US Air Force at its
Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar.
The US$17.9m deal is for two
years, with the option to extend
for a further two years and has
been awarded under the Air
Force Contract Augmentation
Program (AFCAP).
The scope of work includes
provision of all transportation,
management, labour and selected
equipment needed to provide
electrical power production and
distribution to various base
facilities on Al Udeid Air Base.
The base also requires an airfield
lighting system, as well as
training of Air Force personnel on
systems installed for stopping
aircraft.
Andy Summers, president of KBR's
infrastructure, government and
power division, said: "This award
marks the 40th task order award
to our joint venture under AFCAP
and shows the continued trust
and confidence our client places
in us to support their mission-
critical, overseas operations.”.
With more than 35,000
employees around the world, KBR
deals in engineering,
construction, operations and
maintenance, logistics, and
project management services.
A global leader in consulting,
design, design-build, operations,
and program management, CH2M
HILL has been involved in
establishing plants in Buenos
Aires, installing super cleanrooms
in Japan, conducting nuclear
cleanup in Colorado and building-
facilities in New Zealand.
KBR wins Oman power deal
US$27m Jeddah deal
US-based engineering firm MFRI Inc.
has announced that its Perma-Pipe
division has won a US$27m contract
for the manufacture and supply of
components to the first phase of the
district cooling system expansion
project at King Abdul-Aziz
International (KAIA) airport in
Jeddah.
These orders are in addition to the
$23m worth of work the firm had
previously announced, bringing the
total of major project wins in Saudi
Arabia to nearly $50m.
The King Abdul-Aziz International
Airport is one of the largest projects
in the recent history of Saudi Arabia.
The passenger terminal complex
contains an area of over 6.7m ft2
(622,000m2) with 46 gates and 96
boarding bridges, including double
deck access for the A380 Airbus.
The total facilities span over 100km²
including the chilled water
distribution system, utility plants,
utility tunnel, plant nursery, and
transportation center with integrated
rail station.
MFRI chief executive, Bradley
Mautner said: “We have spent two
years investing in direct in-country
capacity in Saudi Arabia. The Jeddah
Airport is the largest single project
we have received since we started
our business activities in the Middle
East some seven years ago.”
Semcorp signs with Takamul
Sembcorp Industries has recently
announced that its newly-
incorporated wholly-owned
subsidiary, Sembcorp Utilities
(Oman), has signed a joint
venture agreement with Takamul
Investment Company, a subsidiary
of Oman Oil Company, to develop
centralised utilities facilities for
the Duqm Special Economic Zone
(SEZ). The signing of the joint
venture agreement took place in
Muscat on May 19th, 2013.
Sembcorp and Takamul intend to
invest in separate special purpose
companies which will develop and
own facilities supplying CUC with
energy, in particular.
Sembcorp’s presence in Duqm
will mark its second project in
Oman. Earlier today, Sembcorp
celebrated the official opening of
its first operation in Oman, the
Salalah Independent Water and
Power Plant.
The largest and most efficient
plant of its kind in the Dhofar
governorate, the plant plays a
major role in meeting the region’s
growing power and water needs.
It supplies 445MW of power and
15 million imperial gallons
(69,000 cubic metres) per day of
desalinated water to the
Government of Oman’s wholly-
owned Oman Power and Water
Procurement Company under a
15-year purchase agreement.
District cooling
project for Mecca will
cost US$149m
Tabreed, Saudi Arabia’s
National Central Cooling
Company, has won a
contract to develop a
US$149m project, which
will serve the Jabal Omar
development project in
Mecca.
In addition to the Jabal
Omar development, Saudi
Tabreed is also currently
involved in two other major
projects in Saudi Arabia.
Tabreedis in the final
stages of completing the
construction of a district
cooling plant for ARAMCO
and is also completing the
second phase of a district
cooling plant in the King
Abdullah Financial District.
US$81m transformer
substation deal for
Iraq
Siemens Turkey and Japan’s
Toyota Tsusho are to build
24 electricity distribution
centres in Iraq, in a deal
worth US$81 million.
The two companies
recently signed a deal to
join forces in the trans-
former station project,
which have a total capacity
of 31.5 megawatts.
Siemens will manufacture
the products in both Turkey
and Europe; Toyota Tsusho
won the government tender
for this project, which will
be operated by Siemens.
Khormala plant to get
new turbines
The Khormala gas turbine
power plant in northern
Iraq will shortly receive
four SGT5-2000E gas tur-
bines and four SGen5-100A
generators along with the
associated auxiliary systems
in a €100m deal.
The equipment has been
bought by KAR Construction
and Engineering Company
Ltd., which is erecting the
Khormala plant for the key
independent power
producer - the KAR Group -
headquartered in the city of
Erbil. The four-unit
Khormala gas turbine power
plant is located 25 km south
of Erbi, one of Iraq’s
regional capitals.
USAF Al Udeid Air Base
Qatar.
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CHP/COGEN
I
n 2012, both units went into operation
in simple-cycle mode to help meet
Oman’s growing demand for electric
power.
Following steam turbine upgrades, both
plants have commenced commercial
operation in combined-cycle configuration
in April 2013 – in time to meet the peak
electricity demand during the hot Summer
months.
With their total electrical generating
capacity of 1.5 GW, these two plants
increase the Sultanate's current existing
capacity of circa 4.5 GW to approximately
6 GW.
A consortium led by the French utility
GDF SUEZ has bought the facilities. Al
Batinah Power Company is the owner of
Sohar 2 Power Station, while Al Suwadi
Power Company owns Barka 3. The two
plants will be operated by Suez-Tractebel
Operation and Maintenance Oman LLC
(STOMO).
Sohar 2 was built in the Sohar industrial
park approximately 200 kilometres north-
west of the nation's capital, Muscat, while
Barka 3 was erected in the immediate
vicinity of Muscat.
For each of these plants, Siemens
supplied the main components comprising
two SGT5-4000F gas turbines, one SST5-
5000 steam turbine, three SGen5-2000H
Oman completes two
new CCPP Projects
generators, the electrical equipment and
the SPPA-T3000 instrumentation and
controls system.
The SGT5-4000F turbine is characterised
by high performance, low power
generating costs, long intervals between
major inspections and an easy-to-service
design, reports Siemens.
A spokesman told MEP: “Optimised flow
and cooling add up to the highest gas
turbine efficiency levels for the most
economical power generation in com-
bined-cycle applications.”
The SGT5-4000F is based on the SGT5-
2000E/SGT6-2000E, Siemen’s reliable
runners. These gas turbines are of proven
ruggedness, as attested by more than 380
machines sold and more than 8.8 million
cumulative operating hours.
The Siemens Power and Process
Automation T3000 (SPPA-T3000) system
has been designed to perform all power
plant automation tasks: turbine control,
boiler control including boiler protection,
balance of plant (BOP) and integration of
third party systems, such as gasification
islands in IGCC applications.
The consortium partner GS E&C supplied
the heat recovery steam generators and
was responsible for other scopes such as
the civil construction work, electrical
transformers and ancillary systems as well
as equipment installation.
Siemens has been active in Oman since
1974, playing an important part in many
of Oman's major power plant projects
over the past 40 years.
"As an EPC partner, our customers can
benefit from our expertise in integrating
the mechanical, electrical and chemical
processes of fossil fuel power plants,"
Lothar Balling, head of Gas Turbine Power
Plant Solutions at Siemens Energy's Fossil
Power Generation Division, tells MEP:
"At both Sohar 2 and Barka 3, we
succeeded on schedule in achieving
reliable technological excellence by
wedding quality in project planning and
project execution."
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Siemens Energy and its consortium partner GS E&C have recently completed and commissioned
the two turnkey combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) projects Sohar 2 and Barka 3 in the
Sultanate of Oman on schedule, reports MEP.
MEP
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DISTRICT COOLING
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his is certainly a chiller with a
difference. The UAE’s first
absorption chiller has the capacity
to change everything. For a start it can
reduce the Dubai-based corporation’s
energy consumption by over half a million
kWh every year.
Located on the rooftop of Dubal's
desalination plant control building, the
new chiller replaces previous electrically-
driven vapour compression air-condition-
ing chillers used for comfort cooling of
the building.
The new chiller has the capacity to
reduce the corporation's energy consump-
tion by approximately 626,800kWh per
year.
Tayeb Al Awadhi, Vice President of Power
& Desalination, tells MEP that the
absorption chiller uses high vacuum
conditions to lower the boiling point of
water to 3.7˚C (versus 100˚C at normal
atmospheric pressure) while leveraging
the chemical affinity of Lithium Bromide
(LiBR) to absorb water.
He says: "At this low temperature, highly
concentrate Lithium Bromide (LiBr)
absorbs the water vapour given off in the
Dubai: saving energy with
absorption chillers
boiling process very effectively.
“As the LiBr becomes dilute, its
capacity to absorb water vapour
reduces. A heat source is
required to re-concentrate the
LiBr - whether steam, flue gases
or even hot water. In DUBAL,
steam generated from waste
energy was utilised. Heating
causes the solution to release
the absorbed water vapour,
which is then cooled in a
separate chamber to become a
liquid refrigerant (in the form of
chilled water) through
condensation.”
He explains: “The process uses
just 40% of the electricity
consumed by the conventional
electrically-driven chillers and
uses a nominal 0.6 tonnes of
steam per hour to produce
sufficient cooling for the same
purpose."
Al Awadhi asserts that DUBAL's
new absorption chiller has the
capacity to reduce the DUBAL’s
energy consumption by
approximately 626,800 kWh per year.
Based on the standard conversion factor,
this equates to a reduction in CO2
generation by about 350 tonnes per year,
also equivalent to an estimated 180 cars
off the road per year.
"Installing this first absorption chiller
was a pilot project, targeted at
demonstrating the concept's ability to
save energy and protect the whole
environment," continues Al Awadhi.
"The concept can also be used for other
applications where energy-efficient
cooling is required - such as equipment
cooling."
DUBAL's absorption chiller was officially
inaugurated by Abdulla Kalban (President
and CEO) during a special ceremony on
27th March 2013.
Commenting on the project, Kalban says:
"This absorption chiller is expected to
reduce the auxiliary power consumption
of the DUBAL plant, thus offering broader
economic and environmental benefits to
the business. It will also add real value by
using readily available steam from our
Power and Desalination Plants without
compromising the processes of either."
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Aluminium (DUBAL) is using some of the steam produced by the captive cogeneration and
combined cycle Dubal power station to drive the process and save energy too, reports MEP.
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GEN-SETS
M
odern companies such as
Flughafen München GmbH rely on
state-of-the-art products and
technologies which conform to the latest
standards in terms of climate and
environmental protection.
From the beginning, the company has
placed great emphasis on sustainability
and economic efficiency when it comes to
electric power.
This is also reflected in the airport's own
combined heat and power (CHP) plant,
which makes a significant contribution to
the avoidance of CO2 emissions and is
considered worldwide to be one of the
most economical and efficient plants in
its class.
The CHP plant, which came online when
the airport commenced operations, was
equipped with seven MWM diesel engines
of the TDBG441BV16 series with an output
of 1,580 kWel and around 1,800 kWth.
The reduction in carbon dioxide emissions
– compared to conventional electric
power – is put at 30,000 tons per year.
This is equivalent to the CO2 emissions of
20,000 passenger cars driving a total
distance of 10,000 per year.
This enables the total CO2 emissions of
the daily commuter traffic of 30,000
people who work at Munich Airport to be
offset. This high efficiency is made
possible by the cogeneration of heat and
electricity:
The heat generated by the electricity
production is not lost, instead it is used
for heating and cooling.
In the course of the airport expansion of
an additional terminal in the year 2002,
the energy control center was enlarged by
two CHP plants.
For this project, MWM delivered two
gensets with TCG632V16F engines which
went into operation in mid-2002.
More than a million hours operating
at Munich Airport
The units have an output of 3.7 MWel
each and approx. 4.6 MW thermal. This
means in total that the airport has
approx. 18.5 MW electrical and approx.
20.5 MW thermal output available.
The seven diesel engines are additionally
integrated into the airport's emergency
power supply system. Around 52% of the
electricity required by the airport and 72%
of the heat is generated by the combined
heat and power plants on site.
The airport's own combined heat and
power plant with the seven MWM diesel
gensets, delivers an output of 1,580 kWel
and approx.1,800 kWth.
The MWM Service Center Munich has
managed the system at the airport since
it was commissioned in the year 1992.
Given the close regional proximity to the
MWM Service Center and a customer-
specific service program, systems have
been running there fault-free for years,
providing the terminals with electrical
and thermal energy.
Working hand-in-hand with the
customer, the MWM Service Center in
Munich has been able to continuously
streamline service routines, among other
things, reducing lead times for major
overhauls by approx. 60%.
In 2000, FMG acquired a replacement
engine through the Service Center Munich,
in order to reduce down times during
large turnarounds from approximately
eight weeks down to three, thereby also
improving the efficiency of the entire
plant. The disassembled engine was then
overhauled on site and made available to
be swapped out with the next engine.
Since commissioning of the cogeneration
plant, MWM has been a consistent and
reliable partner who, thanks to its
competent employees, will always ensure
that passengers will never be grounded.
For Munich Airport, these measures
mean significantly higher availability of
the gensets. This is yet another reason for
the impressive number of 1,108,000
operating hours of all nine gensets.
www.mwm.net
Internet link Internet link
Nine MWM gen-sets have been in operation for more than one million hours in Bavaria's major
air traffic hub - Munich Airport. And since its opening in 1992, the airport has worked in a
spirit of partnership with the MWM Service Centre in Munich, reports MEP.
MEP
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Tomorrow’s energy today – with efficiencies of over 90 %.
MWM gas engines can be integrated into your existing equipment flexibly to ensure
a reliable supply of energy and high efficiency. An investment that pays off quickly.
Switch over to energy efficiency.
With MWM gas engines.
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STEAM TURBINES
T
he Yanbu 3 power and desalination
plant investment is part of Saudi
Arabia’s objective to expand its
power generation base while minimising
impact on the environment. The contract
is worth around €750 million.
Alstom’s part in the contract includes the
basic engineering of the power block,
advisory services during detailed
engineering and procurement, supervision
services during construction and
commissioning and delivery of main
equipment for 5 x 620 MW units.
The list of equipment including the steam
turbines and generators, the two HFO-
fired supercritical boilers, electrostatic
precipitators and the advanced flue gas
desulphurisation system.
The plant is expected to be fully
operational in 2016, accrdoing to current
projections.
Alstom will supply the equipment to the
Al-Toukhi Company for Industry, Trading &
Contracting, which is leading the
consortium in charge of the engineering,
procurement and construction (EPC) of
the plant for the Saline Water Conversion
Corporation (SWCC), one of the leading
power and water utilities in the region.
The project is of great significance for
SWCC and for Saudi Arabia in general. The
plant will produce 3100 MW power to
Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu 3
to get Alstom steam turbines
meet Saudi Arabia’s increasing electricity
demands as it will supply sweet water and
feed the grid in the western part of the
country where the cities of Jeddah, Yanbu
and the holy cities Mecca and Medinah are
located.
The balance power and extracted steam
will be fed into the associated new Yanbu
550’000 m3/d desalination plant which
will be a key supplier of water to the city
of Medinah.
“The Yanbu 3 project will add 2700 MW
of cleaner high-efficiency power to the
Saudi grid and steam to a new
desalination plant thanks to our market-
leading supercritical technology combined
with Alstom’s ability to integrate
equipment into complete and complex
power projects,” Andreas Lusch, the
Senior Vice President for Alstom’s steam
business told MEP’s George Ronayne in a
recent interview.
Alstom has equipped over 20% of Saudi
Arabia’s installed power generation base.
Its steam turbine technology also features
in Shoaiba – the region’s biggest power
plant and aptly called the ‘Giant of the
Middle East’.
Its environmental control systems in
operation at projects like Rabigh IPP,
Shoaiba 3 and Yanbu 2 are enabling the
country to reduce power plant emissions.
www.alstom.com
Internet link Internet link
Alstom has been awarded a contract to supply equipment for the Yanbu 3 power & desalination
plant located on the Red Sea coast, in western Saudi Arabia. This will be one of the country’s
first supercritical power plants to run on heavy fuel oil, reports MEP’s George Ronayne.
MEP
Gas & steam turbine configuration from Alstom.
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GEN-SETS
S
audi Aramco is seeking to increase oil
production to one million barrels a
day and achieve a 5 – 6% increase in
gas extraction every year.
To reach these production levels Saudi
Aramco required a large-scale installation
of generator sets on site to be tendered
via main contractor, Samsung Engineering
Ltd.
The contract was secured in May 2011 by
the sole FG Wilson Dealer in Saudi Arabia,
Tamgo, and involved the supply of 128
generator sets ranging from 13 – 750 kVA.
The FG Wilson generator sets must
operate in extreme weather conditions,
including ambient temperatures of 55°C
and regular dust storms.
The FG Wilson generator sets are
providing power to the compound for the
residencies, offices and construction site
involved with the extraction of natural
gas.
Samsung Engineering Ltd also delivered
11 new gas-turbine generators and 44
compressors which will now generate an
additional 729MW of power at Shaybah.
This will power a new plant capable of
processing 2.4 billion cubic feet of gas per
day and 264,000 barrels of liquids
Gen-sets for Saudi
Arabia’s gas extraction facilities
destined for Saudi Arabia’s growing petro-
chemicals sector.
Responsible for the supply, delivery and
commissioning of the 128 generator sets,
Tamgo travelled over 1,200 km to the
operating site three to four times per
month to co-ordinate the project and
conduct ongoing maintenance and
servicing with the generator sets
operating in such harsh conditions.
Tamgo’s expertise and high customer
service levels has led to an ongoing
contract with Saudi
Aramco - it recently
increased its order
to 140 generator
sets in total.
Tamgo’s outstand-
ing commitment to
support & maintain
the installation of
the generator sets
since the project
began in 2011 has
led to a long-term
relationship with
Saudi Aramco. With
more orders on the horizon, this project is
due to be completed in 2016.
Islam Fathy, Product Manager at Tamgo,
comments: “We are pleased to say we
have designed, delivered and also
commissioned 140 generator sets on site
at present – all without a hitch.
“We are delighted to have forged a long
term relationship with Samsung
Engineering and Saudi Aramco which we
hope will continue long into the future.”
Mr Edward Jung, Cost Engineer of
Shaybah NGL Recovery & Utilities Project
(Package No.2) at Samsung Engineering,
comments: “Saudi Aramco had a large
project and needed a company that was
capable to install a quality, cost-effective
solution in complex weather conditions.
“FG Wilson and Tamgo have proven
expertise in delivering large scale projects
with success so we had no doubt they
would be the perfect partners to deliver
this project seamlessly.”
www.fgwilson.com
Internet link Internet link
FG Wilson was recently involved in a large scale project at one of the world’s biggest oil reserves
based at Shaybah, Saudi Arabia. Here, Saudi Aramco, the government- owned Saudi Arabian
Oil Company, has invested in US $2.76 billion in the oil field project.
MEP
FG Wilson generators
installed at the
Shaybah Oilfield in
Saudi Arabia.
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GE Energy
Jenbacher gas engines Headquarters
A-6200 Jenbach (Austria)
T +43 5244 600-0
F +43 5244 600-527
jenbacher.info@ge.com
www.gejenbacher.com
Manufacturer of gas driven generator
sets and cogeneration systems in a
power range from 0.25 to 3 MW.
Model Fuel rpm Pel Pth
JMS 208 GS g 1,500 330 358
JMS 208 GS g 1,800 335 406
JMS 312 GS g 1,500 625 731
JMS 312 GS g 1,800 633 808
JMS 316 GS g 1,500 834 988
JMS 316 GS g 1,800 848 1,079
JMS 320 GS g 1,500 1,063 1,190
JMS 320 GS g 1,800 1,060 1,313
JMS 412 GS g 1,500 844 892
JMS 416 GS g 1,500 1,131 1,194
JMS 420 GS g 1,500 1,415 1,492
JMS 612 GS g 1,500 1,820 1,792
JMS 616 GS g 1,500 2,433 2,399
JMS 620 GS g 1,500 3,041 3,020
Ratings natural gas standard, NOx ≤ 500
mg/m
3
N
. Dry exhaust gas; based on 5%
O
2
. For engines with 1,200 rpm please
contact GE Energy’s Jenbacher product
team.
TAD1242GE 352 409
TAD1640GE 393 462
TAD1641GE 433 509
TAD1642GE 485 570
MAN Truck & Bus AG
Sales Unit Engines
Vogelweiherstr. 33
90411 Nuremberg, Germany
Tel: +49-911-420-1745
Fax: +49-911-420-1932
E-mail: man-engines@man.eu
http://www.man-engines.com
Contact: Huber Gossner, Head of Power
MAN Truck & Bus AG, Sales Unit Engines
develops and manufactures high speed
diesel engines for gensets with rating
280 up to 1117kW and gas engines for
cogeneration with ratings 37 to 420kW.
MAN Diesel Engines for Gensets
PRP Prime Power
Model rpm kWm kWe
50 Hz
D2866 LE 201 d 1500 280 249
D 2876 LE 201 d 1500 355 318
D 2848 LE 211 d 1500 405 362
D 2840 LE 201 d 1500 451 409
D 2840 LE 211 d 1500 495 452
D 2842 LE 201 d 1500 543 502
D 2842 LE 211 d 1500 590 543
D 2862 LE 221 d 1500 700 640
60 Hz
D 2866 LE 201 d 1800 322 285
D 2876 LE 201 d 1800 405 357
D 2848 LE 211 d 1800 460 407
D 2840 LE 201 d 1800 515 462
D 2840 LE 211 d 1800 565 498
D 2842 LE 201 d 1800 620 566
D 2842 LE 211 d 1800 695 633
D 2862 LE 221 d 1800 800 720
LTP Limited Time Running Power
Model rpm kWm kWe
50 Hz
D 2866 LE 203 d 1500 360 325
D 2876 LE 203 d 1500 451 410
D 2848 LE 213 d 1500 495 450
D 2840 LE 203 d 1500 545 500
D 2840 LE 213 d 1500 610 560
D 2842 LE 203 d 1500 633 580
D 2842 LE 213 d 1500 702 650
D 2862 LE 223 d 1500 880 800
60 Hz
D 2866 LE 203 d 1800 400 360
D 2876 LE 203 d 1800 507 450
D 2848 LE 213 d 1800 539 480
D 2840 LE 203 d 1800 585 530
D 2840 LE 213 d 1800 660 600
D 2842 LE 203 d 1800 718 660
D 2842 LE 213 d 1800 800 735
D 2862 LE 223 d 1800 1117 1000
MAN Gas Engines for Cogeneration Plants
Natural Gas
Model rpm kWm
E 0834 E 312 g 1500 37
E 0834 E 312 g 1500 47
E 0834 E 302 g 1500 54
E 0834 LE 302 g 1500 68
E 0836 E 312 g 1500 56
E 0836 E 302 g 1500 75
E 0836 LE 202 g 1500 110
E 2876 E 312 g 1500 150
E 2876 LE 302 g 1500 210
E 2848 LE 322 g 1500 265
E 2842 E 312 g 1500 250
E 2842 LE 322 g 1500 420
E 0834 E 312 g 1800 45
E 0834 E 312 g 1800 53
E 0834 E 302 g 1800 62
E 0836 E 312 g 1800 64
E 0836 E 302 g 1800 85
E 0836 LE 202 g 1800 110
E 2876 E 312 g 1800 170
E 2876 LE 302 g 1800 210
E 2848 LE 322 g 1800 295
E 2842 E 312 g 1800 280
E 2842 LE 322 g 1800 420
Special/Bio Gas
Model rpm kWm
E 0834 LE 302 g 1500 68
E 0836 LE 202 g 1500 110
E 2876 TE 302 g 1500 130
E 2876 LE 302 g 1500 200
E 2848 LE 322 g 1500 265
E 2842 LE 322 g 1500 380
E 0836 LE 202 g 1800 110
E 2876 LE 302 g 1800 200
E 2842 LE 322 g 1800 380
E 2848 LE 322 g 1800 265
MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH
88040 Friedrichshafen
Germany
Phone +49 7541 90-7006
Fax +49 7541 90-7084
powergenregion1@mtu-online.com
www.mtu-online.com
MTU Detroit Diesel Inc.
13400 Outer Drive West
Detroit, Michigan 48239
USA
Phone +1 313 592 57 08
Fax +1 313 592 51 58
powergenregion3@mtu-online.com
www.mtudetroitdiesel.com
Fuel rpm Hz kWm kWe
Diesel engines
50 Hz"
Series 60 d 1500 50 280 260
Series 60 d 1500 50 298 275
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 303 285
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 336 315
12V 2000 G23 d 1500 50 452 430
12V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 515 490
16V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 655 620
18V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 720 685
12V 2000 G63 (U) d 1500 50 515 485
16V 2000 G63 (U) d 1500 50 655 615
18V 2000 G63 (U) d 1500 50 720 675
8V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 735 700
12V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 1095 1040
16V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 1450 1380
20V 4000 G62 d 1500 50 2000 1900
8V 4000 G61 (U) d 1500 50 735 700
12V 4000 G61 (U) d 1500 50 1095 1040
16V 4000 G61 (U) d 1500 50 1450 1380
20V 4000 G62 (U) d 1500 50 2000 1900
12V 4000 P61 d 1500 50 1140 1085
16V 4000 P61 d 1500 50 1520 1445
Diesel engines
60 Hz"
Series 60 d 1800 60 280 224
Series 60 d 1800 60 354 285
8V 2000 G d 1800 60 370 295
12V 2000 G43 d 1800 60 561 450
12V 2000 G83 d 1800 60 625 500
16V 2000 G43 d 1800 60 743 595
16V 2000 G83 d 1800 60 835 670
18V 2000 G83 d 1800 60 900 720
8V 4000 G81 d 1800 60 750 600
12V 4000 G41 d 1800 60 1020 815
12V 4000 G81 d 1800 60 1120 895
16V 4000 G41 d 1800 60 1360 1090
16V 4000 G81 d 1800 60 1495 1195
20V 4000 G82 d 1800 60 2060 1650
12V 4000 P81 d 1800 60 1380 1105
16V 4000 P81 d 1800 60 1840 1470
1200 rpm / 60 Hz
12V 4000 G71 d 1200 60 870 695
16V 4000 G71 d 1200 60 1140 910
Gas engines natural gas
50 Hz"
12V 2000 L60 1) g 1500 50 450 425
12V 2000 L60 2) g 1500 50 480 450
16V 2000 L60 1) g 1500 50 600 565
16V 2000 L60 2) g 1500 50 640 600
18V 2000 L60 1) g 1500 50 675 635
18V 2000 L60 2) g 1500 50 720 675
12V 4000 L61 2) g 1500 50 1200 1130
16V 4000 L61 2) g 1500 50 1600 1505
NOx emission < 250mg/m3
NOx emission < 500mg/m3"
Series 60 d 1500 50 272 250
Series 60 d 1500 50 313 290
Series 60 d 1500 50 321 295
Series 60 d 1500 50 362 335
Series 60 d 1500 50 411 380
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 330 310
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 365 345
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 409 385
12V 2000 G23 d 1500 50 565 530
12V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 625 590
16V 2000 G23 d 1500 50 720 675
16V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 805 755
18V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 895 840
12V 2000 G23 (U) d 1500 50 565 530
12V 2000 G63 (U) d 1500 50 625 590
16V 2000 G23 (U) d 1500 50 720 675
16V 2000 G63 (U) d 1500 50 805 755
18V 2000 G63 (U) d 1500 50 895 840
8V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 895 850
12V 4000 G21 d 1500 50 1205 1145
12V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 1330 1265
16V 4000 G21 d 1500 50 1600 1520
16V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 1760 1670
20V 4000 G22 d 1500 50 2200 2090
20V 4000 G62 d 1500 50 2420 2300
8V 4000 G61 (U) d 1500 50 895 850
12V 4000 G21 (U) d 1500 50 1205 1145
12V 4000 G61 (U) d 1500 50 1330 1265
16V 4000 G21 (U) d 1500 50 1600 1520
16V 4000 G61 (U) d 1500 50 1760 1670
20V 4000 G22 (U) d 1500 50 2200 2090
20V 4000 G62 (U) d 1500 50 2420 2300
12V 4000 P61 d 1500 50 1320 1255
16V 4000 P61 d 1500 50 1760 1670
Series 60 d 1500 50 280 260
Series 60 d 1500 50 298 275
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 303 285
8V 2000 G d 1500 50 336 315
12V 2000 G23 d 1500 50 452 430
12V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 515 490
16V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 655 620
18V 2000 G63 d 1500 50 720 685
12V 2000 G63(U) d 1500 50 515 485
16V 2000 G63(U) d 1500 50 655 615
18V 2000 G63(U) d 1500 50 720 675
8V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 735 700
12V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 1095 1040
16V 4000 G61 d 1500 50 1450 1380
12V 4000 G62 d 1500 50 2000 1900
8V 4000 G61(U) d 1500 50 735 700
12V 4000 G6 (U) d 1500 50 1095 1040
16V 4000 G61(U) d 1500 50 1450 1380
20V 4000 G62(U) d 1500 50 2000 1900
12V 4000 P61 d 1500 50 1140 1085
16V 4000 P61 d 1500 50 1520 1445
Diesel engines
60 Hz"
SUN2105 d 1800 60 24 19
SUN3105 d 1800 60 37 30
SUN3105T d 1800 60 44 35
SUN4105E d 1800 60 48 38
SUN4105TE d 1800 60 71 57
SUN4105IE d 1800 60 88 70
SUN6105IE d 1800 60 113 90
3R 700 G40 d 1800 60 25 20
3R 700 G80 d 1800 60 39 31
4R 700 G80 d 1800 60 55 44
6R 700 G80 d 1800 60 83 66
Series 50 d 1800 60 186 170
Series 50 d 1800 60 235 215
Series 50 d 1800 60 261 210
Series 60 d 1800 60 309 285
Series 60 d 1800 60 339 310
Series 60 d 1800 60 365 335
Series 60 d 1800 60 410 375
Series 60 d 1800 60 474 435
Series 60 d 1800 60 511 410
8V 2000 G d 1800 60 455 430
8V 2000 G d 1800 60 511 410
8V 2000 G d 1800 60 570 535
12V 2000 G43 d 1800 60 735 690
12V 2000 G83 d 1800 60 835 670
16V 2000 G43 d 1800 60 1007 945
16V 2000 G83 d 1800 60 1115 1050
18V 2000 G83 d 1800 60 1250 1000
8V 4000 G81 d 1800 60 1100 880
12V 4000 G41 d 1800 60 1490 1415
12V 4000 G81 d 1800 60 1640 1560
16V 4000 G41 d 1800 60 1990 1890
16V 4000 G81 d 1800 60 2190 2080
ENGINE
MANUFACTURERS
GUIDE
SCANIA ENGINES
SE-151 87 Sodertalje
Sweden
Tel +468553 81000
Fax +468553 898 12
e-mail engines@scania.com
Web www.scania.com
UK Contact Ian Cooper
Scania GB ltd
Tel +441908 329385
Fax +441908 329483
E-mail ian.cooper@scania.com
Diesel engines for power generation
Prime Power 250 to 550kVA
Stand by Power 250 to 600kVA
Engine Range Prime Power 50hz
at (70% load factor)
Model Spec RPM kWm kVA
DC9 65 (10-93) 1500 225 250
DC9 65 (10-94) 1500 247 275
DC9 65 (10-95) 1500 266 300
DC12 59 (10-31) 1500 270 300
DC12 59 (10-32) 1500 313 350
DC12 59 (10-33) 1500 356 400
DC12 59 (10-34) 1500 399 450
DC16 45 (10-25) 1500 400 450
DC16 45 (10-30) 1500 439 500
DC16 44 (10-27) 1500 481 550
Engines are also available for 1800
RPM for 60hz
Bio Diesel
The engine range above can be operated
with bio-diesel providing the fuel meets
the requirements of EN14214 standard
Edina
Unit 13 Rugby Park
Bletchley Road, Stockport SK4 3EF
T +44 (0) 161 432 8833
F +44 (0) 161 4328833
sales@edinauk.com www.edinauk.com
Sole distributor of MWM generating sets
in the UK and Ireland
Electrical Electrical
Model Fuel rpm Output Efficiency
(kW) %
TCG2016V08 g 1500 372 41.9
TCG2016V12 g 1500 556 41.7
TCG2016V16 g 1500 736 42.0
TCG2020V12 g 1500 1138 43.1
TCG2020V16 g 1500 1513 43.0
TCG2020V20 g 1500 1902 43.4
TCG2032V12 g 1000 3333 43.5
TCG2032V16 g 1000 4300 43.5
All engines available for both natural
gas and biogas. TCG2032V12 and V16
also available for syngas.
NOx level: 500mg/m
3
Ratings to ISO 3046/
1
Methane Number (MN): 70
Model Fuel rpm Elec O/P Elec O/P
Continuous Prime
TCD2016V12 d 1500 548 736
TCD2016V16 d 1500 736 832
TCD2020V12 d 1500 547 624
TCD2020V16 d 1500 1875 1964
Standby diesels from 50kVA to 3000kVA
also available
Volvo Penta
405 08 Gothenburg
Sweden
Tel +46 31 235460
Model Spec RPM kWm kVA
TAD530GE Diesel 1500
2)
75 85
TAD531GE Diesel 1500
2)
88 100
TAD532GE Diesel 1500
2)
113 130
TAD550GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
76 86
TAD551GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
89 101
TAD730GE Diesel 1500
2)
113 130
TAD731GE Diesel 1500
2)
132 152
TAD732GE Diesel 1500
2)
162 186
TAD733GE Diesel 1500
2)
175 201
TAD734GE Diesel 1500
2)
213 245
TAD750GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
114 131
TAD751GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
132 152
TAD752GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
158 182
TAD753GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
173 199
TAD754GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
217 250
TAD940GE Diesel 1500
2)
241 277
TAD941GE Diesel 1500
2)
280 326
TAD1341GE Diesel 1500
2)
271 315
TAD1342GE Diesel 1500
2)
303 352
TAD1343GE Diesel 1500
2)
325 378
TAD1344GE Diesel 1500
2)
354 412
TAD1345GE Diesel 1500
2)
388 451
TAD1351GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
279 324
TAD1352GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
314 365
TAD1354GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
328 381
TAD1355GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
355 413
TAD1640GE Diesel 1500
2)
392 461
TAD1641GE Diesel 1500
2)
430 505
TAD1642GE Diesel 1500
2)
503 591
TWD1643GE Diesel 1500
2)
536 630
TAD1650GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
393 462
TAD1651GE
1)
Diesel 1500
2)
430 505
Engines are also available for
1800 rpm / 60 Hz
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