Foster Wheeler to deliver two steam generators

The first steam generator will go to the La Africana plant near Fuente Palmera in the region of Cordoba. La Africana is being built by the EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contractor UTE Africa Solar. According to the contract with UTE Africa Solar, Foster Wheeler will deliver feedwater heaters, preheaters, evaporators, superheaters and reheaters in the second quarter of 2012. The company will also provide advisory services during the plant’s commissioning phase.

The second contract is with the EPC UTE Termosolar Olivenza who is building the 50 MW plant Olivenza in Badajoz. UTE Termosolar Olivenza is a joint venture between Acciona and Seridom. Foster Wheeler will deliver the same scope as in the first contract. The delivery is scheduled to take place during the first quarter of 2012.

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