KBR Subsidiary to Provide EPC Services for Seminole
The new system is expected to lower operating and maintenance costs to the utility while improving environmental performance. Installation of the equipment is scheduled during the spring and fall of 2012.
R&S will facilitate the turnkey installation of the wet bottom ash system for the two 650Mw units at the coal-fired power plant. The plant's existing wet systems will be replaced with Drycon dry bottom ash systems.
Mark Williams, group president of infrastructure, government & power, said: â€œWe are proud to be a part of this unique, historical project and look forward to building a relationship with our newest client. The execution of the region's first-time installation of this technology will enhance R&S's expertise to carry out future projects of this kind.â€
In May 2011, R&S has received a contract to construct a petroleum coker material handling system for Motiva Enterprises Port Arthur Refinery Expansion Project in Port Arthur, Texas. The contract is part of a larger effort by Motiva to expand the Port Arthur Refinery.
KBR is an engineering, construction and services company. It provides a wide range of services to sectors including energy, petrochemicals, government services and civil infrastructure. It is specialized in the construction of liquefied natural gas producing plants.
Will R&S cater the needs of Seminole Electric?
Have your say and discuss with your peers on the InfoGrok community.
Participate by posting your comments now.