Capital gas flows

PRIVATELY owned Capital Turbines Pty Ltd has announced that gas flow is under way to Georgia’s Gardabani power station, a week after supply was cut by a series of unexplained explosions along the pipeline. The blasts occurred two days before the official unveiling of the Australian EPC power plant, on January 23, resulting in the power plant being briefly inoperable.The company will now begin an 18-month operations and maintenance contract with the Georgian government and plant owner, Energy Invest. The company secured a contract in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia in mid-2005 for the 300-megawatt power project, worth $70 million over three phases. At the time, Capital Turbines chief executive Neil Robinson said the deal was unique in that it would be the first thermal power plant to be built since the end of communism and under the new political regime.

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