Shaw receives cycle gas turbine plant contract from Entergy

Shaw receives cycle gas turbine plant contract from Entergy

4:59 AM, 27th March 2012
Shaw receives cycle gas turbine plant contract from Entergy

BATON ROUGE, US: The Shaw Group received full notice to proceed on a new dual fuel combined-cycle gas turbine plant at Entergy’s Ninemile Point Steam Electric Station near New Orleans, US. The 550 megawatt unit at Ninemile is scheduled to begin commercial operations by 2015. Shaw will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the new plant. Shaw also supports Entergy with its nuclear power assets.

“This project is a testament to Shaw’s continued execution for our clients. For nearly 40 years, Shaw has worked with Entergy, providing engineering, procurement and construction solutions as well as fleetwide nuclear maintenance and modification services,” said JM Bernhard Jr, Chairman, President and CEO, Shaw.

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