GAMA Power Systems

Local🕔 28 November 2016

GAMA Power Systems is an international EPC power contractor and member of GAMA Holding, which have experience in successful completion of more than 200 significant turnkey industrial projects in 25 different countries including a total capacity of around 30 GW of power plants, and having shares in power plant projects as an investor with a total capacity of around 2.5 GW.

During its 57 years of operations, GAMA has become a reputable international EPC contractor with its strong financial structure and specialist workforce, conducting activities over a wide geographical area, covering the Middle East, Russia, CIS Countries, Africa, Europe and South East Asia.

Our ongoing EPC power plant projects are: • 1800 MW ALBA PS5 Combined Cycle Power Plant in Bahrain (H-Class Project, GE), • 1200 MW Hamitabat Combined Cycle Power Plant in Turkey (H-Class Project, Siemens), • 388 MW Kazanskaya Combined Heat and Power Plant in Russian Federation (H-Class Project, GE), • 1800 MW PP13 Power Plant in Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, • 840 MW Zakho Simple Cycle Power Plant in Iraq, • 750 MW Boufarik Simple Cycle Power Plant in Algeria, • 850 MW Kırıkkale Combined Cycle Power Plant in Turkey, • 300 MW Khabat Oil fired Thermal Power Plant in Erbil in Iraq, • 200 MW Hartha Thermal Power Plant Unit 4 Rehabilitation Project in Iraq, • 510 MW Dervish Combined Cycle Plant -Solar and Wind Integration Project in Turkey, • 850 MW Eurostar Combined Cycle Power Plant Project in Turkey.

Our major completed EPC power plant projects are: • 850 MW Erzin Combined Cycle Power Plant Project in Turkey, • 420 MWe + 270 MWth Riga TEC-2 Combined Heat and Power Plant Project in Latvia, • 220 MWe+160 MWth Skopje Combined Heat and Power Plant Project in Macedonia, • 800 MW Surgut Combined Cycle Power Plant in Russian Federation, • 400 MW Shatura Combined Cycle Power Plant Project in Russian Federation, • 450 MW Whitegate Combined Cycle Power Plant Project in Ireland, • 400 MW Tynagh Combined Cycle Gas Power Plant in Ireland, • 300 MW Samra Combined Cycle Power Plant Project in Jordan.

Local🕔 28 November 2016

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