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Foster Wheeler to supply heat recovery steam generators in Mexico

09.24.2012  | 

Foster Wheeler will design, supply and provide advisory services for erection and start-up of the two HRSGs, which will be coupled to two LM 6000PF combustion turbines. Delivery is scheduled for mid-2013.

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Foster Wheeler was awarded a contract by SCS Proyectos for the design and supply of two heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) to be installed in a cogeneration power plant at Cosoleacaque in Veracruz, Mexico.

The plant is owned by Cogeneración de Energía Limpia de Cosoleacaque, S.A. de C.V.

Foster Wheeler received a full notice to proceed on this contract.

The terms of the agreement were not disclosed, and the contract value was included in the company’s second-quarter 2012 bookings.

Foster Wheeler will design, supply and provide advisory services for erection and start-up of the two HRSGs, which will be coupled to two LM 6000PF combustion turbines.

Delivery of the HRSGs is scheduled for mid-2013.

“This award demonstrates Foster Wheeler’s state-of-the-art design and competitiveness in the heat recovery steam generator market,” said Jesús Martí Sanz, CEO of Foster Wheeler Energia, S.L. in Madrid.

“Mexico is an important market for Foster Wheeler.”



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Anita Zvolinschi
09.25.2012

Dear Britt. please let me know if Statoil ASA will acquire CO2 certificates for this project (implementing two HRSGs to the two LM6000 PF turbines at Veracuz, Mexico).
Best regards, Anita (azvo@statoil.com).

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