25 July 2005

U.S. Army COL Peter J. Rowan (left), Commander, GRC, and Mr. Marcelo Salles (right), Area Engineer for 3ID's Area Office, met with GRC's on-site representative Mr. Craig Schoenberger (center) at Qudas Power Station. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers repair project at the Qudas electric power generating station 25 kilometers north of Baghdad is 85 per cent complete.
Engineers predict the work will be finished within a month.
Once operational, Qudas could increase the nation's electric production ten per cent. The plant's output capacity is 492 megawatts.
Qudas has eight turbine generators. Four are GE Frame 9 gas turbines and run on crude oil producing 90 megawatts each. The other four are GE LM6000 gas turbines and run on diesel fuel producing 33 megawatts each. One megawatt of electricity is enough to power about 1,000 Iraqi homes.
Pic: Mr. Norris Jones, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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15 June, 2006 00:32  

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