Yokogawa control systems at Kamojang power station

Yokogawa Electric Corporation will be supplying the control system for unit 5 of the Kamojang geothermal power station in Indonesia. The order for this project was received through Tokyo Denki Sangyo Co. and was placed by Fuji Electric Co., responsible for manufacturing and delivering the unit’s steam turbine and generator.
This geothermal plant is owned and operated by PT. Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE), the geothermal arm of the state-run oil and gas company, Pertamina, and is located in Garut, West Java, Indonesia. Unit 5 will have a 35MW power generation capacity, and its construction is scheduled to be completed by July 2015, whereupon it will be commissioned and enter service.

Yokogawa’s subsidiaries Yokogawa Engineering Asia and Yokogawa Indonesia will supply the CENTUM VP integrated production control system, InsightSuite AE plant asset effectiveness optimisation services, PRM plant resource manager, Exaquantum plant information management system (PIMS), and a plant operation training simulator for the monitoring and control of unit 5’s steam turbine and auxiliary facilities. In addition to being responsible for the delivery of these systems, these companies will provide support during the engineering and commissioning phases.

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