The operations are at full steam for the project with 1574 MW installed capacity and launched in July 2015 in the city of Mary, Turkmenistan.
As a part of the project, the gas turbines and generators have been placed on the foundations, and a major progress has been made for the first ignition and synchronization.
To serve as the Largest Combined Cycle Power Plant in the Central Asia with 1574 MW in generation capacity, the project has seen the completion of the mounting procedures for GT-1 and GT-2 Gas Turbines to a significant extent as it was kicked off in January 2017, and the operational procedures are in progress for the first ignition and synchronization, two critical milestones for the two units.
In line with such operations, the placement of GT-GTG-3 and GT-GTG-4 Gas Turbines and Generators on the foundations was successfully carried out on 7/7/2017 and 7/12/2017. The very first module was mounted in the HRSG units on 7/18/2017 with the launch of the low pressure equipments and mounting procedures for the steam turbine units.
In addition, the accident-free labor has exceeded 3.5 million man-hours for the field operations, thus achieving a great success in occupational health and safety.