Pierre Perrin-Monlouis Dernière mise à jour: 20 octobre 2021
Alstom has signed a 20-year long-term maintenance contract valued at €317 million with Algerian O&M Company SPA for the Sharikat Kehraba Terga (SKT) power plant located in Terga in North West Algeria.
The contract scope includes planned and unplanned maintenance activities including parts and supervision services for the three GT26 gas turbines, steam turbines, generators and the associated auxiliaries.
The Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the Terga 1,200 MW gas fired power plant was awarded to Alstom in December 2007 and commercial operation is scheduled for 2011. Under this contract, Alstom is delivering a full turnkey combined-cycle power plant integrating in-house core plant components built around Alstom’s advanced class GT26 gas turbine with best operational flexibility. The execution of the long-term maintenance contract will begin when the plant starts commercial operation.
This new contract follows two other service agreements that Alstom has recently signed in North Africa. Michael Rechsteiner, Senior Vice President, Alstom Power Service commented, “We are happy to be strengthening our presence in the expanding energy market of North Africa. Our increasing base of active operation and maintenance contracts across the globe once again demonstrates the faith that customers place on our technical expertise to optimise the performance of their assets.”
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