The Dresser-Rand business, part of Siemens Power and Gas, has been awarded two orders to supply power generation equipment for two projects for China National Offshore Oil Corporation Limited (CNOOC).
Siemens said on Wednesday that CNOOC ordered equipment for the Penglai 19-3 oil field project and Harbin Guanghan Gas Turbine (HGGT) was the client for the Dongfang 13-2 gas field development project.
The Penglai oil field, located in Bohai Bay, is one of the largest offshore oil fields in China. It was discovered in 1999.
The scope of supply comprises two SGT-A30 RB power generation trains for the Penglai platform. The 30-megawatt turbines to be delivered to the Penglai field represent the first offshore aero-derivative gas turbine packages the Dresser-Rand business sold to CNOOC Limited.
The Dongfang field, discovered in 2012, is a high-pressure, high-temperature gas field located in the South China Sea. The scope of supply comprises three 25-megawatt SGT-600 power generation trains for the Dongfang platform.
The core components of each train are supplied by the Dresser-Rand business, including an industrial gas turbine, base frame, lube oil system, unit control panel and gearbox. The auxiliary systems such as air intake and fire-fighting system are supplied and packaged by HGGT.
Matthew Chinn, head of new equipment solutions for the Dresser-Rand business, said: “Both contracts exemplify the confidence our clients place in us because of our track record of high-quality, advanced technology solutions for offshore power generation needs that ultimately serve to lower our clients’ total life cycle costs.”