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GEA receives orders from Russia and Romania

By Gerald Ondrey |

GEA Group AG (Bochum, Germany; www.geagroup.com) has won orders for a Heller Indirect Dry Cooling system from Russia and for new high concentration ash slurry system from Romania. The total amount is about €40 million. The Russian order comprises the design, supply and erection supervision of a Heller Indirect Dry Cooling system for a 120-MW combined-cycle power plant. The power plant will supply power to a new gas chemical complex in the Novij Urengoj region in the North Eastern part of Russia. The cooling system will be able to operate under harsh Siberian winter conditions reaching temperatures of minus 58°C. “The application of a Heller system under these extreme environmental conditions proofs the unique adaptability of our system to individual local site conditions. In addition it combines this flexibility with the advantages of a resource saving closed cycle cooling system,” says Jürg Oleas, CEO of GEA Group. In Romania, GEA will deliver a new high concentration ash slurry system for the 7 × 330 MW Turceani coal fired power plant. The ash slurry system is part of an initiative to extend the plant’s service life as well achieve its environmental compliance. The GEA Circumix dense slurry system…
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