Email this page Email Print this page Print Feed Feed

GE Oil & Gas Develops Unique –60ºC Gas Turbine Generators for Rosneft Power Station at Vankor Oil Field

Posted on August 13, 2009

GE Oil & Gas announced that it has designed unique gas turbine generators that can operate in temperatures up to -60ºC for a power plant project at the Vankor oil field (Turukhansky district, Krasnoyarsk region) owned by Rosneft oil company. The 210 MWt gas turbine power station at the Vankor oil field will become the only complete source of power and heat used for life support and oil and gas production, as well as part of the first stage of the oil field’s launch into operation. Rosneft obtained licenses to explore the oil field in 2003.

As part of its continuing cooperation with Rosneft, GE Oil & Gas is supplying eight gas turbine generators based on MS5001PA gas turbines. To ensure reliable operation of the equipment in extreme climatic conditions, GE Oil & Gas has developed a special turbine design and used automated heating systems to transport and store the equipment on the site.

The gas turbine generators were delivered ahead of schedule under two contracts signed in December 2006 and May 2008. Four units were delivered to the customer in August 2007 and another four – in March 2009. Under the contracts, GE will also train experts that will provide technical maintenance of the gas turbines on the site.

In addition, GE Oil & Gas has developed five special training programs for Rosneft personnel and is currently coordinating a tailored training program for the first group to be delivered at GE Oil & Gas headquarters in Florence, Italy.

For more information:

Add your comment: