Italian company EXERGY has secured a contract for waste heat recovery from gas turbines in Thailand.
The Milan-headquartered firm won the deal in partnership with GE company Baker Hughes.
The order from EPC contractor Samsung Engineering will see the two companies engineer, design and build a 5 MW organic rankine cycle unit for waste heat recovery from gas turbines in an LNG plant operated by PPT LNG in Rayong.
The organic rankine cycle will start commercial operation in the first half of 2019.
EXERGY’s project portfolio today counts approximatively 400 MWe capacity with an installed capacity that has reached 331 MWe. The heat recovery application contributes with 17 plants for total 27.8 MWe.