Reliable Heat In The Ice

EJ Bowman heat exchanging system

Reliable Heat In The Ice: EJ Bowman to supply heat exchangers for frigid climate by i an cameron A U.K.-based heat exchanger manufacturer is supplying critical parts to ensure reliable power for an application to be based in one of the world’s harshest environments. EJ Bowman is supplying heat exchangers for a combined heat and […]

News From Black & Veatch

Black & Veatch wins business award for water talks Black & Veatch has earned a Business Achievement Award in the category of Industry Leadership from the Environmental Business Journal for its series of round table discussions called ‘Overcoming barriers to water reuse as part of an integrated water portfolio’. Black & Veatch organised and hosted […]

Power Plant Under New Control

Ovation technology data acquisition and directly control Siemens V.84.2 gas turbines, Kraftwerk Siemens steam turbine

Emerson Process Management is replacing gas and steam turbine controls, as well as balance of plant (BOP) controls, at the Felipe Carrillo Puerto power plant in Valladolid, Mexico. The 220 MW, 2×1 combined cycle plant is owned by Comisíon Federal de Electricidad (CFE). The plant’s existing Siemens controls had been in use since the plant […]

Marubeni invests in Australia’s Osmoflo

Japanese trading firm Marubeni Corp has acquired a 40% stake in the Australian desalination company Osmoflo. Founded in 1991, Osmoflo has built more than half of Australia’s desalination plants and operates around 130 of the more than 300 plants it has supplied. “This investment by Marubeni will substantially benefit the company and give us the […]

Dominion Looks to Retire 738-MW Salem Harbor Plant by 2014

Salem Harbor Power Station

Dominion Energy last week told ISO New England, the power grid operator for six New England states, that it could shutter its 60-year-old 738-MW Salem Harbor coal- and oil-fired power plant in Massachusetts by June 2014 to avoid retrofitting the facility with expensive pollution controls required by federal environmental regulations. According to the Gloucester Times, […]