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Meggitt, KDP Teaming Up

Meggitt Sensing Systems Measurement Group, a Meggitt company that provides sensing and monitoring systems for extreme environments, has announced a new distribution partnership with KDP Electronic Systems Ltd.

July 2013

Turning Waste Into Energy

Lebanon will use GE Jenbacher technology in a renewable energy initiative at a landfill gas-to-energy project in Naameh, near Beirut.

July 2013

Orders Placed For MAN Dual-Fuel Engines

MAN Diesel & Turbo has received €100 million worth of orders from China and Japan for a total of 35 dual-fuel engines for liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. Delivery of the engines is scheduled for 2014.

July 2013

GE Oil & Gas On The Move

GE Oil & Gas is moving its global headquarters from Florence, Italy to London, U.K., effective next January.

July 2013
Wärtsilä X62 In Business

Wärtsilä X62 In Business

Wärtsilä has received its first two orders – a total of seven engines – for the Wärtsilä X62 two-stroke, low-speed engine, which the company said is tailor-made for Panamax bulk carriers, Aframax or long-range 2 (LR2) tankers and container feeders.

July 2013

A Fitting Conversion

Wärtsilä received a retrofitting contract to convert the m/v Ostfriesland, a car and passenger ferry owned by Aktien-Gesellschaft “EMS”, so that it can utilize liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel.

July 2013

Finishing The Job

Wood Group GTS has completed US$2 million worth of major maintenance services for Frame 6B and Frame 5 gas turbines at a U.S. and Costa Rican power station, respectively.

July 2013

MSHS Establishes Turbocharger Service Facility

Motor-Services Hugo Stamp, Inc. (MSHS) has launched its turbocharger maintenance and service facility in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.

July 2013

GE Power Down Under 2.0

Cape Lambert will use GE gas turbines for combined-cycle project; driving expansion of Western Australia mining operations

July 2013
Ivory Coast Power Project Expansion

Ivory Coast Power Project Expansion

Aggreko, a provider of temporary power and temperature control services, has announced the expansion of its power project in Ivory Coast with the addition of 100 MW of generating capacity, bringing the project’s total combined output to 200 MW.

July 2013
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