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Dresser Waukesha Engines for Southeast Asia Power Plants

Posted on March 3, 2009

Dresser Waukesha announced that it will supply engines for power generation projects designed and installed by EuroAsiatic, a Jakarta-based engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company. EuroAsiatic provides heat and power solutions and systems for both power generation and cogeneration applications.

The company is specifying a variety of engine models including Dresser Waukesha’s new, one-megawatt, high-efficiency APG1000, and the two- and three-megawatt APG2000 and APG3000 units for upcoming projects. The projects, in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, are on-site power generation plants for manufacturing and production facilities serving the chemical, textile, food and beverage and consumer goods sectors.

EuroAsiatic said it has specified Dresser Waukesha engines as core products in its plant designs, which have been well-received because of Waukesha’s reputation for efficiency, high uptime and long-term reliability. “There are many opportunities to use Dresser Waukesha gas engine generator sets in industrial applications where our customers see the benefits of decentralized power generation – a degree of energy security, independence and sustainability,” said Peter Fries, EuroAsiatic sales manager and administrator for the company’s engine business.

“We are delighted to have established a relationship with EuroAsiatic,” said Lloyd Beauchamp, vice president of sales for Dresser Waukesha. “They know their market and they have an excellent reputation. The people of EuroAsiatic are very effective in delivering value in their project engineering and design, and in the selection of equipment for their projects. This is an exciting, developing market that is poised to require a lot of equipment to meet the growing need for energy. The region has ample gas supplies, but the demand for electricity has already outpaced the supply available from the grid, which creates an ideal situation for on-site power plants.”

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