Power generation machine maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has won power cycle piping package contract for revival of NTPC´s 3x660 MW Barh Super Thermal Power Project, Stage-I. This project is located at Barh in Patna district of Bihar.
NTPC awarded this contract to BHEL after terminating deal with a foreign company, which had been awarded the contract for the supercritical boiler, including power cycle piping, in 2005.
BHEL´s scope in the order includes design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of the complete power cycle piping package of the project. The design, manufacture and supply of power cycle piping equipment will be taken care of by the piping centre and Trichy-valves division of the company, while the company´s power sector eastern region will be responsible for the erection and commissioning of the power cycle piping.