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1 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Power Generation
Please address all correspondence to: Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB; SE Finspong; Sweden © Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying and recording without the written permission of Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB SGT-800

2 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Contents Main features, benefits and experience Performance characteristics Package design Core engine design Maintenance Reference sites SGT-800

3 Siemens range of Gas Turbines SGT-800 47MW
State-of-the-art and innovative gas turbines to meet today’s and tomorrow’s energy needs SGT-800

4 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Simple and robust for reliable power generation in the 47 MW-class SGT-800

5 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Features and benefits
High industrial gas turbine electrical efficiency Dual fuel low emissions technology Fuel changeover capability Stable load rejection capability, <5% overspeed Low gas supply pressure, bar(a) High exhaust energy giving excellent cogen/CC characteristics Established onsite service concept SGT-800

6 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Features and benefits
Excellent cogen/CC efficiency Low NOx emissions with simple dual fuel DLE technology Flexible maintenance concept - onsite maintenance or modular overhaul Robust industrial heavy duty design Low gas pressure requirement Resulting in Minimized fuel costs Low NOx emission without water injection Reliable operation Predictable service costs A comprehensive list SGT-800

7 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Fleet experience & Worldwide sales
Service introduction year = 1999 Units sold to date = 131 Total fleet hours > 1,300,000 Lead Package hours > 70,000 Fleet Availability 98.2%* Fleet Reliability %* * AF/RF figures based on a 12 month rolling average Sales by Industry Segment Worldwide Sales Sales by Application SGT-800

8 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Installation locations
2 turbines 3-4 turbines 5-9 turbines 10+ turbines SGT-800

9 Europe  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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10 Africa  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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11 Middle East  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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12 Asia  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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13 Australia  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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14 North America  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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15 South America  World map 1 turbine 2 turbines 3 turbines 5 turbines
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16 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Contents Main features, benefits and experience Performance characteristics Package design Core engine design Maintenance Reference sites SGT-800

17 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Simple cycle performance - natural gas
ISO rating - base load Pe kW S.H.C kJ/kWh / Btu/kWh El. efficiency % Exhaust mass flow kg/s / lb/s Exhaust temperature 544 °C / 1,011 °F High level data SGT-800

18 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine DLE combustion system capability
Burner type Fuel 50-100% load 15% O2 50-100% load 15% O2 Note Gas burner Natural gas ≤ 15 ppmv ≤ 5 ppmv Dry Dual fuel burner Diesel No.2 ≤ 42 ppmv Emission Guarantees are issued separately in each project, depending upon site conditions, required load range and other project specific data. SGT-800

19 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Performance
Factors that affect power output include Inlet & exhaust system losses Humidity Fuel quality/type Temperature Altitude Atmospheric pressure SGT Nominal Generator Output and Heat Rate for gas fuel 30 35 40 45 50 55 -40 -30 -20 -10 10 20 Compressor Inlet Air Temperature, °C Generator Output, MW 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Heat Rate, MJ/kWh SGT Nominal Exhaust Mass Flow and temperature for gas fuel 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 -40 -30 -20 -10 10 20 30 40 Compressor Inlet Air Temperature, °C Exhaust Mass Flow, kg/s 510 520 530 540 550 560 570 580 590 600 Exhaust Temperature, °C SGT-800

20 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Cogeneration cycle
11.2 % losses 1-pressure HRSG 51.6 % process heat Gas Turbine 37.2 % electricity 100 % fuel Total Efficiency 88.8 % SGT-800

21 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Combined cycle
Steam Turbine (condensing) 100 % fuel 15 deg C Gas Turbine 2-pressure HRSG 520 deg C 27 deg C 31 deg C 11.6 % losses 37.1 % electricity 17.2 % electricity 34.1 % losses Total Efficiency 54.3 % SGT-800

22 Steam Raising Capabilities for Gas Turbine Co-Generation Plant
200 SGT-800 175 Fired steam raising 150 Unfired SGT-700 Fired SGT-500 125 SGT-600 Steam (tonnes/hr) [12 bar saturated] 100 SGT-400 75 Unfired steam raising SGT-200 SGT-300 50 SGT-100 25 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Power (MWe) Notes: 1. Steam values are indicative only. Actual values depend on site configuration 2. Firing to 850ºC only. Higher firing is available SGT-800

23 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Performance - combined cycle, natural gas
Condensing operation Non - reheat, 1 x SGT-800 GT kWe ST kWe Auxiliaries kWe Net total kWe Fuel kJ/s El. Efficiency 53.7 SCC-800 1x1 For those GT’s that are interesting for CC. at ISO-conditions including losses SGT-800

24 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Performance - combined cycle, natural gas
Condensing operation Non - reheat, 2 x SGT-800 GT kWe ST kWe Auxiliaries kWe Net total kWe Fuel kJ/s El. Efficiency 54.4 % SCC-800 2x1 at ISO-conditions including losses SGT-800

25 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Excellent combined cycle part load efficiency
Part Load Performance Combined Cycle 35 40 45 50 55 60 70 80 90 100 Base Load Power, % Efficiency, % Condensing operation Non - reheat, 1 x SGT-800 Natural gas fuel = LHV kJ/kg Altitude (sea level) = 1,013 bar Relative humidity = 60 % SGT-800

26 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Contents Main features, benefits and experience Performance characteristics Package design Core engine design Maintenance Reference sites SGT-800

27 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine General Arrangement
Combustion air inlet filter Electrical and Control module Exhaust Fire suppression cabinet Enclosure ventilation inlet Enclosure ventilation outlet Lube oil cooler Generator cooling air inlet AC generator Generator air outlet SGT-800

28 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Compact and flexible layout
Small footprint Dimensions ~27x7 m Auxiliary equipment on a separate skid Standardized The layout is basically the same for all applications SGT-800

29 SGT-800 Standard reference plant Combined Cycle Power Plant
Lead time reduction Proven plant concept Maintainability improvement Long standing relations with key suppliers Risk reduction Availability increase SGT-800

30 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Contents Main features, benefits and experience Performance characteristics Package design Core engine design Maintenance Reference sites SGT-800

31 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Designed for reliability
Simple and robust Single rotor with tilting pad type bearings Cold end drive All welded compressor rotor Annular combustor Bolted 3-stage turbine Maintainable Modular design On-site maintenance 1-shaft Gas Turbine Bearing #1 (radial + thrust) Engine inlet Annular cc with 30 dual fuel DLE burners Bearing #2 (radial) 15 stage compressor 3 stages variable guide vanes Drive shaft to gear box 6600 rpm Engine exhaust diffuser 3 stage turbine An introduction to the features and benefits SGT-800

32 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Contents Main features, benefits and experience Performance characteristics Package design Core engine design Maintenance Reference sites SGT-800

33 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Easy on-site maintenance
Modular build-up for easy maintenance on site No need for special workshops maintenance Gas turbine can be removed on rollers through the sliding door Removable burners for short and easy inspection Vertically split compressor casing SGT-800

34 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Maintenance Programme
Basic Maintenance Plan Operation Maintenance Level "D" Level "C" Level "B" Level "A" 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 Eq. Op. Hrs x 1000 SGT-800

35 SGT-800 Service in situ Removal of the turbine module

36 Emergency back-up 24-hour telephone support Operation support
Emergency store Emergency gas generator Operation support 24/7 emergency phone On-line remote troubleshooting Remote Monitoring System Emergency resources Service engineers Tools & spare parts Core engine & modules Service depots Guaranteed mobilization time Personnel - 24 hours Tools, spares, engine & modules to site or to international freight forwarder within 72 hours SGT-800

37 Remote monitoring (STA-RMS)
Data collection Decision Support Reporting Risk Mitigation O&M support Solutions / Improvements Trouble shooting Customer Closed Loop Service Experts Diagnostics Team FLEET INPUT Plant Data: Operational Data SGT-800

38 Remote monitoring (STA-RMS)
Siemens' system provides... … our customer with a professional tool for optimisation of operation, i.e. increased reliability and availability … built-in OEM knowledge … access to real and historic data … monitoring of performance … monitoring/trending and plotting of vibrations for analysis and diagnostics … a powerful tool for the continuous improvement process … the possibility of remote software upgrades without a site visit Results in a way to optimise operation by storing, analysing and exchanging information SGT-800

39 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine
Contents Main features, benefits and experience Performance characteristics Package design Core engine design Maintenance Reference sites SGT-800

40 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Combined Cycle application
Riga SCC-800 x 2DH Riga, Latvia Combined heat and power plant supplying electricity and district heating for the city of Riga. Owned by Latvenergo, the Latvian national electricity company Turn key delivery from Siemens including two SGT-800's, steam turbine, two supplementary fired HRSG, auxiliaries and balance of plant Handed over to customer on schedule 2005 Nominal power output 140 MW and up to 150 MWth for district heating DLE combustors operating on natural gas SGT-800

41 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Simple Cycle application
MMPA SGT-800 x1SC City of Chaska, Minnesota, USA SGT-800 in peaking application located in City of Chaska, Minnesota, USA providing power to the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency Remote monitoring by an energy services company located 40 km from Chaska Dual fuel combustors with DLE meets the emission limits without water injection In operation since 2002 SGT-800

42 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Cogen application
Gendorf SSC-800 x1Cogen Gendorf, Germany Extension of the existing combined heat and power plant by providing heat and power for InfraServBayernwerk’s chemical plant Electrical output 47MW with 37.69% efficiency Dual fuel combustion system with DLE to fulfil the German emission legislation Base load unit in operation since 2002 and with more than hours of operation InfraServBayernwerk Gendorf Gmbh has a Long Term Service Agreement with Siemens to ensure optimal operation and functionality SGT-800

43 SGT-800 Industrial gas turbine Solution to worldwide customer demands
Simple and robust design for reliable operation Excellent in combined cycle Competitive life-cycle cost Low emissions for environmental compliance at full and part load Compact layout Summary to wrap up the presentation SGT-800

44 Disclaimer This document contains forward-looking statements and information – that is, statements related to future, not past, events. These statements may be identified either orally or in writing by words as “expects”, “anticipates”, “intends”, “plans”, “believes”, “seeks”, “estimates”, “will” or words of similar meaning. Such statements are based on our current expectations and certain assumptions, and are, therefore, subject to certain risks and uncertainties. A variety of factors, many of which are beyond Siemens’ control, affect its operations, performance, business strategy and results and could cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Siemens worldwide to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements that may be expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. For us, particular uncertainties arise, among others, from changes in general economic and business conditions, changes in currency exchange rates and interest rates, introduction of competing products or technologies by other companies, lack of acceptance of new products or services by customers targeted by Siemens worldwide, changes in business strategy and various other factors. More detailed information about certain of these factors is contained in Siemens’ filings with the SEC, which are available on the Siemens website, and on the SEC’s website, Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described in the relevant forward-looking statement as anticipated, believed, estimated, expected, intended, planned or projected. Siemens does not intend or assume any obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements in light of developments which differ from those anticipated. Trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of Siemens AG, it's affiliates or their respective owners. SGT-800

45 Please address all correspondence to:
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB SE Finspong Sweden © Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying and recording without the written permission of Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB SGT-800


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