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Project Description

The 42 MW Cogeneration Power Plant Project was held in Hormozgan Province by Hirbodan Company in 2005, recommended by Bandar Abbas Oil Refining Company in the form of EPCC contract.

Project Scope

  • 1×42 MW GE Gas Turbine Generator (MS6001B)
  • 1×100 TPH (tons/h) Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG)
  • Dual Fuel System (DFS)
  • Distributed Control System (DCS)

Bandar Abbas Refinery

Bandar Abbas Oil Refining Company is one of the 9 Iranian petroleum refining companies. It was erected on an approximate area of 700 Hectares on the North coastline of the Persian Gulf near Bandar Abbas city. The company was exploited in 1997.

It started with a capacity of 232,000 b/d (barrel per day) to cater to domestic demands of oil products and also target the export market. The nominal capacity of company was increased to 320,000 b/d in July 2008 with attempt and endeavor of specialized and committed domestic manpowers.

In 2012, by increasing 30,000 barrels of condensate to distillation and visbreaker units feedstock due to an innovative capacity improvement project without any expenditure and investment, this company was achieved to upgrade its capacity to 350,000 b/d. / Barco.ir

Project Units

GE Gas Turbine Generator – (Model: MS6001B)

The MS6001B is a performance proven 40 MW class gas turbine, designed for reliable 50/60 Hz power generation and 50,000 hp class mechanical drive service.

The 6B is one of the most versatile and widely used gas turbines ever manufactured. With over 900 units in service, it has accumulated more than 40 million operating hours, representing the widest range of applications: simple cycle, heat recovery application, combined cycle and mechanical drive with nearly 50% efficiency.

It is also a flexible choice for cogeneration applications capable of producing a thermal output ranging from 20 to 400 MM Btu/hr.

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