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TGC-1 gets Kalugaís second St. Pete turbine

12 Jan '10
Kaluga Turbines has completed a second 64MW steam turbine to order from the Pervomaiskaya TETs-14 power station in St. Petersburg, RIA Novosti reports.

The dealís value hasnít been disclosed.

Under a 2007 contract between Silovye Mashiny (Kaluga Turbinesí parent firm) and energy company TGC-1 that runs Pervomaiskaya, the former is to supply the latter with equipment for two steam-to-gas units, 180MW each.

The first turbine under the contract was reportedly supplied in August 2009.

TGC-1 is the largest energy-generating company in Russiaís North-West.

Silovye Mashiny is a Russian leader in turn-key mechanical engineering solutions for energy purposes.
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