Besides unveiling a new gas turbine, Rolls-Royce also used the forum provided by the Power Gen Europe exhibition to announce more than $200 million in electrical power generation equipment orders from Australia, Bangladesh, Spain, Venezuela and Yemen. The newly announced orders consist of 25 Bergen diesels, five Bergen gas engines and six Trent 60 gas turbines, for a total of 560 MW for the five countries.
Energypac Power Generation Ltd., Bangladesh’s largest EPC company, placed a $75 million contract for 24 Rolls-Royce Bergen B32:40 16-cylinder diesels, all of which will operate on heavy fuel.
The $110 million in contracts from Australia and Venezuela cover six Trent 60 gas turbine electrical generating packages for the Power and Water Corp. in Darwin—2 Trent 60’s delivering 116MW at the Channel Island power station. Camelot Technologies Group in Florida has contracted for four new Trent 60 gas turbine sets to be installed in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela.
A new oil processing facility in the desert in Yemen, will receive 16 MW in power from three Bergen 12-cylinder gas engines and a single 12-cylinder Bergen diesel, That contract totals $14 million. The final order is from NUFRI in Spain, for a fruit juice operation in Mollerussa, for two Bergen 16-cylinder gas engines.