CB&I wins contract for 760 MW combined cycle gas power plant

CB&I won a contract by Calpine Mid-Merit LLC, an affiliate of Calpine Corp., for the initial development phase of a combined-cycle gas turbine power station in Peach Bottom Township, Pennsylvania. The 760 MW unit will be built adjacent to the existing York Energy Center.

“CB&I has a legacy of successful combined-cycle gas turbine projects and is proud to partner with Calpine on this important project,” said Patrick K. Mullen, President of CB&I’s Engineering, Construction and Maintenance operating group. “We look forward to helping Calpine meet the growth in energy demand with new clean, affordable and reliable power generation.”

The company also won a contract valued in excess of $40 million by Coffeyville Resources Refining & Marketing LLC. The project scope includes the engineering, procurement, fabrication and field construction of a 22 million standard cubic feet per day hydrogen plant at its refinery in Coffeyville, Kansas.

CB&I is an energy infrastructure focused company with about 55,000 employees.

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