India: power plant in Rajasthan

Engineering giant Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has gained a Rs 550 crore order for setting up a 330MW gas-based power plant in Rajasthan. BHEL is to set up the combined cycle power plant for Rajasthan Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd at Dholpur in 27 months, a BHEL release has stated. The state-run company would design, manufacture, supply and commission two 110 MW gas turbines with generators, matching heat recovery steam generators (HRSG) and one 110 MW steam turbine generator with associated auxiliaries. The Dholpur CCPP is a natural gas-based plant with capability of firing from naphtha also. The gas for the project would be supplied through the HBJ pipeline. The gas turbine and steam turbine generators would be manufactured at the company’s Hyderabad unit while the HRSG’s would be built at its Trichy plant. BHEL’s Bangalore-based Electronics Division would supply the microprocessor based controls and instrumentation for the project, the release said.

Looking for more projects or tenders? This is just the tip of the iceberg! Subscribe today to our Projects & Tenders newsletter.

Previous articleSeen but not heard
Next articleJacobs wins contract from BP