State-run BHEL on Wednesday said it has bagged a Rs 265-crore order from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited for supplying equipment for latter's refinery project in Kochi.
BHEL has won a contract for supplying the Gas Turbine Generator package for an energy efficient and environment friendly co-generation captive power plant at Kochi Refinery in Kerala, the company said in a statement.
Valued at around Rs 265 crore, the order has been placed by Bharat Petroleum for its Integrated Refinery Project at Kochi Refinery, it said.
The order envisages supply and supervision of three gas turbines of 34.5 MW rating each, with associated auxiliaries and control systems.
The gas turbine will be operated in the cogeneration mode for meeting the power and process steam requirement of the upcoming Kochi refinery expansion project.
The equipment for the project will be supplied by BHEL's Hyderabad plant and Electronics Division, Bangalore. Erection and commissioning of the Gas Turbine package will be carried out by the company's Power Sector, Southern Region.
BHEL offers units from 10 MW onwards for both steam turbine-based and gas-based combined cycle power projects for complete power, and process steam requirements of various industries.
Shares of the company were trading at Rs 116.10, up 2.79 % on the BSE.