Alstom signs $204 million service agreement for natural gas power plant in Malaysia

The LTSA covers all nine GT13E2 gas turbines and the scope includes the supply of new hot gas path components and provision of reconditioning services for all major inspections over the term of the contract

Paris, September 13, 2011 — Alstom has signed a 11-year long term service agreement worth about $204 million, with Teknik Janakuasa Sdn. Bhd., the O&M unit of Malakoff Corp. Berhad, Malaysia’s largest independent power producer.

The LTSA covers all nine GT13E2 gas turbines and the scope includes the supply of new hot gas path components and provision of reconditioning services for all major inspections over the term of the contract.

The Lumut power plant is located in Segari in the state of Perak, west of the Peninsula Malaysia. It consists of three combined cycle blocks each equipped with three GT13E2 units running on natural gas with oil as back-up fuel. With a total electricity output of 1,943 MW, it is the largest GT13E2-based combined cycle power plant worldwide.

This contract follows an earlier 7-year service agreement with TJSB for the Lumut plant, which has been in operation since 2004.

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