Customer Approvals / Power Generation
Alstom Power Systems
ALSTOM Power Systems SA, Now part of GE Power, manufactures power generation equipment. The company was incorporated in 1993 and is headquartered in Levallois-Perret, France. ALSTOM Power Systems SA operates as a subsidiary of Alstom SA.
The Dresser-Rand business, part of Siemens Power and Gas, is a leading supplier of mission-critical, high-speed rotating equipment solutions to the worldwide oil, gas, petrochemical, and process industries. As part of the global Siemens family, the Dresser-Rand business offers an equipment portfolio that includes turbo and reciprocating compressors; steam turbines; industrial and aero-derivative gas turbines; high-speed engines; and modular power substations.
Companies around the world choose Elliott Group to design, manufacture and service their critical turbomachinery. For more than 100 years, Elliott has been synonymous with innovative engineering, highly reliable products and unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. Since 2000, Elliott Group has encompassed the global turbomachinery operations of its corporate parent, Ebara Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, US, GE Energy is a leading supplier of power generation and energy delivery technologies. With regional operations throughout the world, their more than 90,000 global employees serve the energy sector by developing and deploying technology that makes efficient use of natural resources. Comprised of GE Power & Water, GE Energy Management, and GE Oil & Gas, GE Energy's business units work together to provide integrated products, services, and solutions in all areas of the energy industry. GE Energy is at work connecting people and ideas everywhere to create advanced technologies that power a cleaner, more productive world.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems is a thermal power generation systems company jointly established by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and Hitachi, Ltd., have launched business operations effective February 1, 2014. The new venture, MHPS combines the global fossil business of both companies. This historic merger combines 150 years of technology leadership in power generation solutions. Through the joined talent and resources, the mission of the new joint venture is to bring its superior technological products to broader markets rapidly and cost effectively, and with greater project execution and service support.
Siemens Power Generation, Inc is a power generation company based in the United States run by the German Siemens AG Corporation. The company was formed by the acquisition and merger of the non-nuclear energy divisions of Westinghouse Electric Company by the Siemens power generation division in 1997.
Headquartered in San Diego, California, USA, Solar Turbines Incorporated, a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial gas turbines, with more than 15,000 units and over 2 billion operating hours in over 100 countries. Products from Solar Turbines play an important role in the development of oil, natural gas and power generation projects around the world. Solar Turbines’ products include gas turbine engines (rated from 1,500-30,000 horsepower), gas compressors, and gas turbine-powered compressor sets, mechanical-drive packages and generator sets (ranging from 1-22 megawatts).
Former Sulzer Hickham, now Sulzer was acquired in 1985 and is part of the service group as Houston Service Center. It is committed to providing an exhaustive range of top-quality repair services for rotating equipment to the power generation, refining, pipeline and other process industries.
Toshiba has demonstrated many years of proven reliability in steam turbine/generators. With an unrivaled range of expertise, Toshiba's Power Systems Division has the capabilities to manage the design, delivery and service of steam turbine/generators with professionalism and precision. Services include project management, repairs, engineering, inspections and retrofits.
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