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Award won from Singapore for boiler modification to burn Orimulsion® fuel: First attempt in South East Asia

-May 14, 2003-

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Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (IHI) has signed a contract with Power Seraya Ltd (Power Seraya). of Singapore for a fuel conversion project to use Orimulsion® fuel. The signing ceremony was attended by Mr. Shum Siew Keong, president of Power Seraya Ltd. and Mototsugu Ito, IHI president and CEO at the head office of Power Seraya Ltd. The project will be carried out at the Pulau Seraya Power Station Stage I on Jurong Island.
 
 The Power Seraya fuel conversion project targets to increase the cost competitiveness of the existing oil-fired power generation facilities with a total output of 750MW (three 250MW units) by switching to economical Orimulsion® fuel. IHI will carry out modification engineering for the units and construction of a SOx remover from flue gas for load reduction on the environment. The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. of Japan is also participating in the project as a consultant, working jointly with a local consultant.
 
 Orimulsion®, which is a new type of fuel, is expected to reduce running costs and load on the environment. The use of Orimulsion® in the Power Seraya project is the first attempt in South-east Asia. This opportunity has encouraged IHI to widely develop the business to cope with energy conversion and preservation of the environment.

References:    
Customer Power Seraya Ltd.
President Mr. Shum Siew Keong
Address 111 Somerset Road #12-01 Singapore Power Building, Singapore
Work site Pulau Seraya Power Station Stage I (On Jurong Island)
Scope of work Modification of existing boilers (three 250MW boilers, heavy fuel oil-fired type) and resultant modification
    of auxiliary equipment, tanks, OrimulsionR transfer systems, etc. One SOx remover and a set of auxiliary equipment, limestone and gypsum transfer systems, and civil engineering work.
Scheduled completion January 2006
Orimulsion® Uses tar sand produced at the Orinoco River in Venezuela, to which water, surfactant, and other
    materials are added to emulsify the tar sand as a fuel.
Features Transport, storage, and burning are possible as a liquid fuel. Long stable supply is possible due to vast
    reserves. Economical fuel with competitiveness against coal
Previous IHI Orimulsion®-fired
 boiler construction In Japan:
    350MW steam generator for Shiriuchi Power Station of The Hokkaido Electric Power Co. Started operation in September 1998.
Worldwide Pulau Seraya Power Station Stage I of PowerSeraya Ltd. Under construction.

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