Siemens bags major order for Saudi gas turbines

In an order worth USD 400 million, Siemens will deliver five gas turbines to a combined heat and power plant in Saudi Arabia.

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The German company will deliver a total of five gas turbines to Saudi Arabia in an order worth upwards of USD 400 million.

This concerns five F-class gas turbines to be used at a combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Saudi Arabia. All in all, the plant's capacity will reach 1,500 MW, 400 MW of which will be used to expand natural gas in Fadhili, while the remaining 1,100 MW will deliver electricity to 1.1 million homes in Saudi Arabia.

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