Power Plants Foster Wheeler Selected to Provide Components for Power Plant in Hungary
Foster Wheeler Energy Group is about to make a deal with Spanish Técnicas Reunidas: The Swiss based engineering firm was selected for two heat recovery units for a future Hungarian power plant.
Zug/Switzerland; Budapest/Hungary – Foster Wheeler has been selected to provide heat recovery units (heat recovery steam generators, HRSGs) for an Hungarian power plant. The Swiss based engineering experts confirmed that its Global Power Group has been given a limited notice to proceed (LNTP) by Técnicas Reunidas. The company expects to finalize the contract and to receive full notice to proceed in the second quarter of 2012.
Foster Wheeler will design, supply and provide advisory services for the erection and start-up of two HRSGs for a future combined cycle power plant operated by CM European Power International (a joint venture between Czech Republic utility company CEZ and Hungarian oil & gas company MOL). The units will be coupled onto two turbines with a total capacity, Foster Wheeler announced. Delivery of the modules is planned for 2013.
“This award clearly demonstrates Foster Wheeler’s state-of-the-art design and competitiveness in the large-size heat recovery steam generators market,” said Jesús Martí Sanz, Chief Executive Officer of Foster Wheeler Energia, in Madrid. “Our value-added solution together with our global sourcing and flexibility to match our customer´s needs were the key factors behind this award.”