- 16 MTU 12V 4000 T95 Oil & Gas engines delivering up to 1,865 kW for new fracturing pumps
- Engines fulfil EPA Tier 4 final emission requirement without aftertreatment
- All engines to be delivered in 2018
Beijing, China, 10-May-2018 — /EuropaWire/ — Rolls-Royce has received its first order in China for Series 4000 MTU engines fulfilling EPA Tier 4 final emissions regulations. Key customer Jereh Petroleum Equipment has ordered 16 engines of type 12V 4000 T95 for new fracturing pump equipment. Jereh plans to sell the equipment which fulfils EPA Tier 4 regulations on the US Oil & Gas market. The contract was signed between Jereh and MTU with MTU’s Oil & Gas distributor in China, China Diesel Support Services (CDSS), during the China International Petroleum & Petrochemical Technology and Equipment Exhibition (CIPPE).
Scott Woodruff, Global Director for Mining and Oil & Gas at MTU, said: “We are delighted to receive this breakthrough order in China. This clearly shows that Jereh, together with our global Oil & Gas key customers, is confident in MTU’s leading ultra low emissions engine technology.”
The 12V 4000 T95 is part of MTU’s next generation Series 4000 engine platform – the only well servicing engine that meets Tier 4 final emissions standards without exhaust aftertreatment. The engine is equipped with the latest MTU technology including integrated cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and two-stage turbocharging. Combined with MTU’s refined fourth-generation common rail injection system, the Series 4000 reduces emissions while improving performance.
Jereh is a leading supplier of Oil & Gas well servicing equipment and a key Oil & Gas OEM for MTU in China. Jereh, over the years, has built numerous Oil & Gas equipment with MTU engines such as well servicing pumps, cementing pumps and nitrogen pumps.
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