A global leader in the industry and digital technologies, General Electric plans to participate in the tenders for the construction of new power generation facilities for a new ethylene plant of Nizhnekamskneftekhim PJSC. John G. Rice, President and CEO, General Electric stated this during the meeting with the management of TAIF PSC.
At the same meeting, Albert Shigabutdinov, General Director, TAIF PSC said the implementation of this project would require the construction of, at least, 500 MW power generation capacities.
The first tender will be announced in August 2016, and the contract may be signed at the beginning of November.
General Electric also announced its intention to cooperate with Nizhnekamskneftekhim in terms of the procurement of GE's technologies and equipment as well as the delivery of integrated solutions in the area of automation and monitoring of the industrial equipment in operation. General Electric expects to perform this work jointly with the leading global equipment vendors and engineering companies.
An American company also showed its interest in the supply of its compressors to new production facilities of Kazanorgsintez. It is planned to build a 27 mln cubic meter gas processing plant here.
Soon, the online newspaper Realnoye Vremya will publish a detailed report on the visit of General Electric's delegation headed by John G. Rice and his meeting with Albert Shigabutdinov, head of TAIF Group.