Wärtsilä to supply Mexico 139MW natural gas power plant

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Finnish energy solutions provider Wärtsilä signed a turnkey contact with Energía del Caribe to supply a 139MW Flexicycle combined-cycle natural gas power plant in Mexico's Nuevo León state.

The plant, which is scheduled to be operational in 2016, will include seven gas engines and a combined cycle, according to a Wärtsilä release.

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Natural gas from the US will fuel the plant, to be built in Monterrey city. Electricity will then be transmitted through Mexico to Guatemala for consumption.

Wärtsilä's Flexicycle plants combine a steam turbine with a gas, multi-fuel or liquid fuel power plant.

Earlier in the month, Guatemala and Mexico held their first working group meeting on the planned binational natural gas pipeline and signed accords to deepen energy cooperation.

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