Siemens Receives Order for Steam Turbine-Generator from England - Delivery Scheduled in a Mere 13 Months


Siemens Energy has received a follow-up order for the supply of an SST-400 steam turbine-generator as an extension to the turbine building in the chemical industrial park in Wilton, UK. Purchaser is the park operator Sembcorp UK. The turbine with generator and auxiliary systems is scheduled to leave the Siemens turbine factory in Görlitz after only 13 months.

The SST-400 industrial steam turbine with an installed capacity of 52 megawatts is to be deployed to generate power within the existing turbine building at the chemical industrial park in Wilton. The Siemens scope of supply encompasses an extraction condensing turbine, which will be produced in Görlitz, a generator from Erfurt and the associated auxiliary systems. It is anticipated that the components will be delivered to the customer after only 13 months and will then be put into operation next to the existing Siemens turbine.

"This follow-up order underscores the contentedness of the customer with the existing Siemens unit and the excellent cooperation between Sembcorp and Siemens," said Markus Tacke, CEO of the Industrial Power Business Unit of Siemens Energy. "Thanks to the intensive cross-location cooperation with Siemens UK it was possible to give assurance that the customer's tight deadline up to first power generation will be met."

Sembcorp manages one of Europe's leading integrated chemical industrial parks at Wilton, in north east England. This park is home to some of the world's leading chemical, petrochemical, biofuel companies. Sembcorp Industries with its headquarters in Singapore has a global workforce of over 6700Its British subsidiary Sembcorp UK is one of the largest private-sector utilities and services providers to industry in the UK.

The SST-400 industrial steam turbine with an installed capacity of 52 megawatts is to be deployed to generate power within the existing turbine building at the chemical industrial park in Wilton. The Siemens scope of supply encompasses an extraction condensing turbine, which will be produced in Görlitz, a generator from Erfurt and the associated auxiliary systems. It is anticipated that the components will be delivered to the customer after only 13 months and will then be put into operation next to the existing Siemens turbine.

"This follow-up order underscores the contentedness of the customer with the existing Siemens unit and the excellent cooperation between Sembcorp and Siemens," said Markus Tacke, CEO of the Industrial Power Business Unit of Siemens Energy. "Thanks to the intensive cross-location cooperation with Siemens UK it was possible to give assurance that the customer's tight deadline up to first power generation will be met."

Sembcorp manages one of Europe's leading integrated chemical industrial parks at Wilton, in north east England. This park is home to some of the world's leading chemical, petrochemical, biofuel companies. Sembcorp Industries with its headquarters in Singapore has a global workforce of over 6700Its British subsidiary Sembcorp UK is one of the largest private-sector utilities and services providers to industry in the UK.

The SST-400 industrial steam turbine with an installed capacity of 52 megawatts is to be deployed to generate power within the existing turbine building at the chemical industrial park in Wilton. The Siemens scope of supply encompasses an extraction condensing turbine, which will be produced in Görlitz, a generator from Erfurt and the associated auxiliary systems. It is anticipated that the components will be delivered to the customer after only 13 months and will then be put into operation next to the existing Siemens turbine.

"This follow-up order underscores the contentedness of the customer with the existing Siemens unit and the excellent cooperation between Sembcorp and Siemens," said Markus Tacke, CEO of the Industrial Power Business Unit of Siemens Energy. "Thanks to the intensive cross-location cooperation with Siemens UK it was possible to give assurance that the customer's tight deadline up to first power generation will be met."

Sembcorp manages one of Europe's leading integrated chemical industrial parks at Wilton, in north east England. This park is home to some of the world's leading chemical, petrochemical, biofuel companies. Sembcorp Industries with its headquarters in Singapore has a global workforce of over 6700Its British subsidiary Sembcorp UK is one of the largest private-sector utilities and services providers to industry in the UK.

Contact
Eva-Maria Baumann
Tel: +49 (9131) 18-3700
eva-maria.baumann@siemens.com

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