Amec Foster Wheeler Wins Contract for Second CFB Unit in the Philippines
Amec Foster Wheeler announces today that it has been awarded a contract by JGC Corporation to design and supply a circulating fluidized-bed (CFB) steam generator for the SEC210 Phase 2 Project in the Philippines for Sarangani Energy Corp. (SEC), part of Alsons Power.
Amec Foster Wheeler’s Global Power Group will design and supply the 105-MW second unit of the baseload CFB power plant including auxiliary equipment and onsite technical advisory services for the project located in Maasim, Sarangani in the Philippines. Amec Foster Wheeler also supplied the first 105-MW unit of the power facility which was awarded in 2013.
Once it reaches its full 210-MW capacity in 2019, the plant is designed to produce power to supply more than 6 million people. The electric power generated is intended to serve the needs of the province of Sarangani, including the major city of General Santos.template.
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