Rolls-Royce announced today that the first Trent 60 gas turbine electrical generating package installed in Australia has officially begun service.
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has won two additional major contracts from PetroChina for power systems to be installed on the West to East Gas Pipeline Project (WEPP).
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has announced that it will provide a 40MW power solution for the biggest shopping and entertainment complex in Asia, now under development in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka.
The first three Rolls-Royce Trent 60 gas turbines installed in the United States have successfully achieved “first fire” start-up. The units are located at two electric power stations in the cities of Lowell and Braintree, Massachusetts, near Boston.
Rolls-Royce has been awarded a €70 million contract by RWE, Germany’s largest electrical supplier, for four Trent 60 generating sets to replace 1970’s technology gas turbines at the Emsland combined cycle power station.
An upgraded Rolls-Royce industrial gas turbine, which incorporates advanced technologies used in the latest generation of Rolls-Royce aero engines, has achieved more than 100,000 hours of faultless operation.
Rolls-Royce will deliver a further eight RB211 industrial gas turbines for Nigeria’s offshore oil and gas fields this year as part of contracts worth $150 million from TOTAL.
Rolls-Royce engines will power an extension to one of India’s major gas pipelines in a deal with Gas Authority India Limited (GAIL) valued at more than $130 million.
Rolls-Royce will supply two Trent 60 gas turbines for a new power station near Budapest, Hungary, increasing the number of power stations in service or in development in Central and Eastern Europe using the Trent to 18.