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Four Spanish companies bid for energy projects in Kuwait

19/07/2016

Duro Felguera, OHL, TSK or Initec. The development of electricity generation from gas and renewable planned in the coming years as well as the intense activity in the sectors of Oil & Gas and Petrochemical have turned the Middle East into a strategic region for companies like DF, explain company sources to EnergyNews.

OHL Industrial and SENER to build a combined cycle plant in Mexico for 445 million euro

30/04/2015

The Spanish companies continue their international success path. It is the case of OHL Industrial and SENER, who have joined in a consortium to build a combined cycle plant in Mexico for some 445 million euro. The plant will allow for energy supply in the north of the country following an implementation period of 30 months. This plant, with a capacity of 770MW, will operate on natural gas.

 

Siemens and its partner Posco builds South Korea’s combined cycle with the least emissions in 24 months

20/02/2015

In a record time of just 24 months, a combined cycle plant has emerged in South Korea which has also become the power plant with the least emissions in the country. Germany's Siemens and its South Korean partner Posco Engineering & Construction have been responsible for building this 834 MW plant that will operate with a 75% of fuel.

“Hibernating” or shutting down combined cycle plants? Red Eléctrica claims there is an installed power surplus accountin...

30/01/2015

According to a report by REE there is an installed capacity surplus of 6,000 MW in Spain and the Energy Plan 2015-2020 drafted by Industry Ministry envisages the possibility of temporarily shutting down or "hibernating" ten combined cycle power plants that would make up this total. In fact, the first on the list is Iberdrola’s Castellón plant, but will it be shut down?

 

Mexico and Dominican Republic opt for millionaire gas and combined cycle projects

27/03/2014

The gas and combined cycle industry have future in countries like Mexico and Dominican Republic. While in Mexico, a natural gas thermal plant is under construction and a gas pipeline is about to be completed in the Morelos region to improve the country’s energy infrastructure, Dominican Republic is investing 250 million dollars in a combined cycle plant.

DF to execute the company’s largest combined cycle in Algeria for 544 million euro

28/02/2014

DF has signed a contract with the Algerian company Societé de Production de l' Electricité (SPE), a subsidiary of Sonelgaz group, for the construction of a combined cycle gas power plant in Djelfa. The cost of the project amounts to 544 million euro and the plant with 1,250 MW will be the largest power plant built by the company to date.

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