Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery

Wärtsilä is to supply floating power barge to Papua New Guinea

03/11/2009
Taken from: Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery October/November 2009


Wärtsilä is to supply a barge-mounted power plant to provide electricity to the Lihir Island gold mine in Papua New Guinea. The contract, signed in August, is valued at approximately Ä57 million and the power plant is scheduled to be operational by April 2011. "Wärtsilä has worked closely with the customer throughout the process in evaluating different solutions, scope levels and clarifications. Our past experience in providing barge-mounted power plant solutions, ....

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