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Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment Orders

Posted on March 2, 2006

Siemens Power Generation (PG) has secured orders from Azerbaijan, Russia and Hungary for turbomachinery equipment for the oil and gas industry. Five gen-sets are for the Russian company Naryanmarneftegaz. Three gas turbine-driven compressor packages were ordered by MOL in Hungary and two gas turbine compressor trains are for the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR). The total order value is approximately US$96 million.

The five SGT-600 gen-sets for Russia will be delivered to the Yuzhno-Khylchuyu oil field, presently under development in northern Russia. Construction and commissioning of the five units is scheduled for completion by the summer of 2007. The three compressor trains will be equipped with SGT-100 gas turbines. The packages, comprising three dual shaft gas turbines and three direct-driven compressors, are to be installed at Hajduszoboszlo, Hungary. Delivery is scheduled for autumn 2006.

In Azerbaijan, the two compressor trains each comprising one SGT-400 gas turbine driver and a two-body compressor, will be installed on an existing platform in the Gunashli oil field in the Azerbaijan waters of the Caspian Sea. The units will form part of a new gas compression module, which will be added to prolong the production life of the field. Delivery of the equipment is scheduled for November 2006.

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