South Helwan power project is designed to include 3×650 MW steam thermal power plant to interconnect with the National Unified Power System (NUPS) through a 500 KV GIS switchyard.
The power block is comprised of three identical Rankine cycle turbine generator units, each with a nominal rated capacity of 650 MW. The units are capable of generating rated capacity using natural gas, residual (mazout) oil, or a combination of both.
The three-unit plant arrangement includes an enclosed turbine building, an open boiler structure, a common control room, and all associated structures and facilities. The project contracting plan for the project utilizes the multi-package system. Seventeen (17) contracting packages and purchase orders procured the equipment and services
|Owner||Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company|
|Location||South Helwan, Egypt|
|Date of Award||October 2011|
|Contractual Duration||67 months|
- All conceptual and detailed design of plant systems
- Preparation of all tenders, the documents included commercial and legal terms and followed the financing institutes and Owner procurement guidelines
- Project management, construction management, startup and commissioning management, which included initial operation support.