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On-site steam generators for US refinery

Refinery group Chevron Products Company, a division of Chevron USA, Inc, has awarded a contract for the design and supply of two 20 MW shop-assembled steam generators to be located on-site at its Pascagoula, Mississippi refinery.

Rare Radial Steam Turbine Rejuvenated

Overhauling a steam turbine as part of a planned maintenance schedule is a regular task for many large-scale industrial enterprises that depend on these units to generate electrical power.

US ‘Green Steam’ project inaugurated

The US cities of Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts have inaugurated a joint district energy network. 

Steam Turbine Technology:The Way Forward

Advances in blade technology and specialised IT programmes have made the design of cost efficient steam turbines easier. They are now being used in the design of large combined cycle plants which have become increasingly popular in recent years.

Three FW steam generators for China

China’s Sinopec Wuhan Company has awarded a contract to a subsidiary of Foster Wheeler’s Global Power Group for the design and supply of three circulating fluidized-bed (CFB) steam generators for a proposed cogeneration plant for the 800,000 tonne/year ethylene manufacturing project in central China's Wuhan city.

Gas & Steam Turbine Technical Specifications

Key technical and performance data of both gas and steam turbines from manufacturers across the globe are presented in a comprehensive, easy-to-read format.

Rare radial steam turbine rejuvenated

Precision reverse engineering resolves vibration issues

Steam turbines for Thai process heat

Alstom has been awarded a contract for the supply of 12 Geared Reaction steam Turbine generator units as well as condensers to combined heat and power plants in Thailand.

Steam turbine technology HEATs up

Across the global electric power generation industry, there is a growing demand for economically viable power plants that enable owners and operators to optimize their return on investment and minimize their life cycle cost of electricity.

Manjung goes full steam ahead

In the mid-1990s, Malaysia was experiencing high load demand which required the addition of large amounts of baseload electricity generating capacity.