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Citec wins major order from Jacobsen Elektro for a power plant in Tanzania

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Citec, a multi-discipline engineering, information management and consulting services for the Energy & Power and other technology-dependent industries, has won a substantial order from Jacobsen Elektro, one of the oldest electro-technical companies in Norway. Jacobsen Elektro builds, owns, operates and transfers power stations and substations. The company both finances and supplies turn-key transmission, distribution, generating, metering and revenue collection systems to the global power industry.

This joint project is a gas turbine plant in single cycle configuration, 4 x LM6000 General Electric Gas Turbine, and the plant electrical output is 150MW. The end customer is Tanesco, Tanzania Electric Supply Company. The plant will be located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Citec’s project scope includes conceptual, basic and detailed design for all needed disciplines, including consulting services on the site. The design phase will last for about eight months, and the total project duration is about 12-14 months. On average, the project will include approximately 25-30 experts from Citec during the design phase.
Business | News published on 20 / 01 / 2012 by Andrew Callaway

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