ROTEC JSC provides a wide range of services in the design and development of network and heat and power facilities, including the General Designer functions.
Basic design services:
|Generation||Electric Network Activities|
|Nyaganskaya SDPP (State District Power Plant – SDPP)||SS-110/10 kV (substation) for Maloderbetovskaya SPP (Solar Power Plant) 60 MW|
|Chelyabinsk CHPP-1,2,3 (Combined Heat and Power Plant)||SS-110/10 kV for Yashkulskaya SPP 58.5 MW|
|Chelyabinsk SDPP||Sibirskaya SS-110/35/10/6 kV|
|Ulaanbaatar CHPP-4||Arsenal SS-220 kV|
|Argayashskaya CHPP||SWYD-500/200 kV (outdoor switchyard) at Nyaganskaya SDPP|
|Tyumenskaya CHPP-2||Prirechnaya SS-110/6 kV|
|Noyabrskaya CCPP (Combined Cycle Power Plant)||Talitskaya 1 SS-110/6 kV|
|Pervomayskaya CHPP (CHPP-14)||Power supply of the RN-Uvatneftegaz LLC facilities|
|Minsk CHPP-3||et al.|
|No.||Project Name||Customer||Project features|
|1||Retrofitting and overhaul of the energy utility buildings of the Religious Organization of Orthodox Judaism – Moscow Marinoroshchinsky Jewish Community||Moscow Marinoroshchinsky Jewish Community||Energy utilities design in urban conditions and existing
infrastructure. Development of unique spatial arrangements in the context of a tight job site.
Development, coordination and approval of Special Technical Regulations.
A positive Industry Safety Expert opinion was obtained.
|2||Retrofitting of the boiler-turbine hall at TPP-1 of Arkhangelsk PPM JSC||Arkhangelsk PPM JSC||Adaptation of the steam turbine design arrangement for the existing
cell of the main building.
A positive Industry Safety Expert opinion was obtained.
|3||Comprehensive expert evaluation of the stage FEL 2 readiness under the CHPP Reconstruction Project of SSGPO JSC||SSGPO JSC||Development of documentation in two languages (Russian and English)|
|4||Feasibility study for the expansion of Ulan Bator CHP-4 with the installation of a new 150 MW power unit||UTW JSC||Work was completed within 60 calendar days
Upgrade of the energy source capacity to meet the increasing customer needs for electrical and thermal load.
Improving the reliability of customers power supply and the power system reliability
|5||Feasibility study for the reconstruction of Chelyabinsk CHP-1||Fortum PJSC||Work was completed within 45 calendar days
Construction of the CCGT unit #1 on the basis of gas turbines and HRSGs installed at ChCHP-1
|6||Market research and benchmarking for the construction of a CCGT unit under the project of a CCGT construction on the Shymkent CHP-3 site||Joint Stock Company 3-Energoortalyk||Development of documentation in two languages (Russian and English)|
|7||Calculation of the standard number of Chelyabinsk CHP-2 productive workforce in 2019||Fortum PJSC||Analysis of the CHP staffing schedule and providing recommendations for optimizing the productive workforce number, taking into account the requirements of regulatory documents and CHP performance indicators|
|8||Design of the EP-3-700-1m ejectors piping for the modernization of turbine generators #1, 4 at Ulan Bator CHP-4. Stage 2||UTW JSC||Replacement of the existing equipment while maintaining mounting dimensions and engineering piping|
|9||Specifications analysis for compliance with the technical requirements for the UTW JSC equipment supply under the project of the Minsk CHP-3 reconstruction||UTW JSC||Customer’s Engineer functions|
|10||An adjustment to the project of liquidation of a hazardous production facility (HPF) “Fuel oil storage area” at Chelyabinsk CHP-1 and issuing industry safety expert opinion for changes in the design documentation for the liquidation of HFP||Fortum PJSC||Necessary sections were developed to eliminate signs of a hazardous production facility without dismantling the equipment, in order to cancel registration in the Federal Service for Environmental, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision as a hazardous production facility, with a relevant record on the State register of hazardous production facilities.
A positive safety expert opinion was obtained
|11||Development of design and detailed documentation and providing a field supervision for the following facilities:
- SS-110/10 kV for Maloderbetovskaya SPP 60 MW
- SS-110/10 kV for Yashkulskaya SPP 58.5 MW
|Avelar Solar Technology LLC||Design and survey work for solar power plants output to the 110 kV network
Positive safety expert opinions were obtained
|12||Justification of investments in the modernization of Severodvinskaya CHP-2 and Arkhangelsk CHP within the framework of CSA-2 program (capacity supply agreement)||TGC-2 PJSC||Work was completed within 45 calendar days
Justification for the CSA-2 price bid was prepared
Analysis of modernization options to convert the existing generating equipment to CCGT using combined cycle technologies
|13||Banking feasibility study of the 150 MW TPP for Transalloys SiMn smelter complex||Transalloys PTY Limited||Development of documentation in two languages (Russian and English)
Marketing research in South Africa
Performing economic analysis and technical analysis of all available technologies most optimal for the facility
Development of closed water balance for the facility
|14||Reconstruction of gas facilities for the needs of Nyaganskaya SDPP||Fortum PJSC||Customer’s Engineer functions|
|15||Development of design documents for the renovation of the turbine units #2 and #3 at Ulan Bator CHP-4 (Mongolia)||UTW JSC||Expert reviews of the project undergone in Russia and Mongolia.
Documentation developed in two languages (Russian and Mongolian)
General contracting and provision of technical customer/customer engineer’s services is one of the main areas of activity.
Basic general contracting services:
ROTEC has considerable experience in engineering and construction of energy and infrastructure facilities. Volume of power capacity created or reconstructed: 2.7 GW
|Reconstruction of Vladimir CHP-2, CCGT - 230 MW||2011-2014|
|Reconstruction of Novogorkovskaya CHP, CCGT - 330 MW||2011-2014|
|Perm CHP-9 expansion, CCGT - 165 MW||2011-2013|
|Novokuibyshevskaya CHP-GTU retrofitting - 240 MW||2011-2013|
|Reconstruction of buildings and structures of the Ural Turbine Works||2013-2014|
|Creation of the Gas Turbines Hot Path Repair Center||2015-2016|
|Reconstruction of Kirov CHP-3, CCGT - 220 MW||2012-2014|
|Reconstruction of Izhevsk CHP-1, CCGT - 230 MW||2012-2014|
|Reconstruction of Nizhneturinskaya GRES (State District Power Station), CCGT - 2x230 MW||2013-2015|
|Construction of Akademicheskaya CHP, CCGT - 200 MW||2013-2015|
|Ulaan Bator CHP-4 expansion, Mongolia - 123 MW||2013-2015|
|Reconstruction of Omsk CHP-5 steam turbine PT-80-130||2014-2015|
|General design of Kazan CHP-3 retrofitting and replacement of the steam turbine PT-60-130/13||2012-2014|
|Reconstruction of steam turbine PT-60-130/13 at Kazan CHP-3||2013-2015|
|Construction of the building of the RENOVA R&D Research and Development Center at the Skolkovo IC (Innovation Center)||2014-2016|
|Energy audit of Aginsky MPP (Mining-Processing Plant) and Zolotoe field, Kamchatka||2015|
|Energy audit of the Ametistovoe field, Kamchatka||2016|
|General Contract for the reconstruction of Sulzer Chemtech buildings and structures complex, Serpukhov||2016-2018|
|Construction of 8 autonomous hybrid mini-power installations based on solar modules for the Amur Tiger Center, Primorsky Krai, Khabarovsky Krai||2017-2018|