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Das Mehrwellen Gas-und Dampfturbinen(GuD)-Kraftwerk vom Typ SCC5-2000E in Paka, Malaysia. Hier kommen zwei Gasturbinen des Typs SGT5-2000E zum Einsatz.

The photo shows the multi-shaft combined cycle power plant (CCPP) of type SCC5-2000E in Paka, Malaysia. The plant is equipped with two SGT5-2000E gas turbines.

TCN & GenCos Collaborate to Improve Grid Stability

TCN & GenCos Collaborate to Improve Grid Stability

The Interim Managing Director of the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, Mr. Usman Gur Mohammed, has commended the Managements of Power Generating Companies for deploying Free Governor Control mechanisms in their power plants which have resulted in improved grid stability and reliability. With the deployment and effective operation of the generating units on Free Governor


Shell Develops Various Gas Projects to Aid Power Sector, Others

The Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Joint Venture is developing various gas projects to support domestic consumption, especially by industrial concerns and power generating firms. Shell, in a document said: “Since 2010, the SPDC JV have been producing at Gbaran Ubie integrated oil and gas plant in Bayelsa State, which has the capacity to process one


Benin, Niger Republics owe Gencos $92m in Electricity Bills – NBET

The Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET) has said that electricity generation companies (Gencos) in Nigeria’s power sector are still being owed about $92,315,986.20 by their international customers for electricity supplied to them overtime. The NBET said at the last monthly meeting between the sector operators and the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr.


NIPE to Ensure Increased Power Generation

Engr David Omoloye, the Chairman, Kano State Chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Power Engineers (NIPE), has expressed the readiness of the Institute to ensure increased power generation in the country. Omoloye made the remark during the inauguration of NIPE Executive Council in Kano on Wednesday He said there was the need for stakeholders to


WAPCo to Buy Gas From Dangote Refinery for Regional Supply

The West Africa Gas Pipeline (WAPCo) has embarked on alternative source of transporting gas from Republic of Benin, which is gradually becoming an oil-producing country, for other West African countries. The Guardian gathered that WAPCo has begun talks with Dangote Refinery to buy gas to bridge an estimated 300 million standard cubic feet of gas

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