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Saudi Arabia : MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES wins SAUDI power plant deal.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has won contract for four sets of 700-megawatt class supercritical Adj. 1. supercritical - (especially of fissionable material) able to sustain a chain reaction in such a manner that the rate of reaction increases
critical - at or of a point at which a property or phenomenon suffers an abrupt change especially having enough mass
 steam turbines and generators along with associated parts for a Saudi Electricity Co. power plant.

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 MHI's Feb. 12th announcement, it would complete delivery between September 2014 and March 2015. The required generators will be supplied by Mitsubishi Electric Co.

Under construction in south of Jeddah, the plant will be Saudi Arabia's first heavy oil-fired supercritical power plant.

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 will continue to conduct aggressive marketing activities for high-efficiency and environmentally friendly supercritical and ultra-supercritical pressure power generation systems in Japan and abroad--including in Saudi Arabia, where the need for heavy oil-fired supercritical pressure power generation is increasing.

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