Global power giant Siemens will supply turbines, generators, transformers and diagnostic services for a key 840 MW gas-fired power plant in Iraq.
Siemens has received an order to supply the key components and long-term power generation services for the Maisan combined cycle facility.
CITIC Construction Co., Ltd., the Chinese engineering procurement and construction firm building the plant, and Iraqi developer MPC, part of Raban Al-Safina for Energy Projects (RASEP) awarded the contract valued at more than $314m.
“Maisan combined cycle power plant project will be one of the unique projects in a series of power generation projects in Iraq’s history that will stand out due to its combining innovative German technology with an experienced Chinese EPC service provider,” said Saadi Saihood, chairman of Raban Al-Safina Group.
“We are confident that such a strong team will enable us to deliver a successful project that will benefit millions of Iraqis.” Siemens SGT5-4000F gas turbine will power new Iraq power plant