STEJASA has been awarded 4 (four) gas turbine exhaust systems by DURO FELGUERA as part of SPE’s six combined cycle power plant expansion. STEJASA will deliver the bypass systems, with diverter dampers, to the plant located in DJELFA. The 6.500 x 6.500 diverter dampers will be running downstream six GE Frame 9FA gas turbines. The plant’s total power output will reach 1,280 GW. STEJASA’s scope of supply will include:
· GT to diverter transition
· A 6.500 x 6.500 hydraulically operated diverter damper.
· A blanking plate
· Steel structure
· Expansion joints
· Ladder and platforms
· AWL, lightning arrestors, CEMS ports, etc..
The four units will be delivered in Algeria by March 2015.
More about SONELGAZ’s CCPP expansion:
“SPE (Société Algérienne de Production de l’Electricité), a subsidiary of the Sonelgaz group, has signed six contracts for the construction of CCGT power plants in Algeria, with a capacity ranging between 1,200 MW and 1,600 MW each. The six projects are part of Sonelgaz’s 2013-2017 development plan and will require a total investment of about US$4bn. South Korean consortium Hyundai E&C – Deawoo will build the 1,376 MW Oumache CCGT plant in the Biskra wilaya and the 1,436 MW (1,600 MW gross) Bellara plant in the Jijel wilaya. Samsung C&T will be in charge of the construction of the Sonaghter plant in the Mostaganem wilaya (1,480 MW) and of the 1,202 MW Naâma plant (Mecheria), while Duro Felguera will carry out that of the Djelfa plant (1,280 MW) in Ain Ouessara. The construction of the 1,280 MW Kais CCGT plant in the Khenchela wilaya was awarded to GS-Daelim. They are all expected to be commissioned in 2017.”