One of the biggest challenges facing owners and operators of generating assets in deregulated markets is the need to continually improve the performance of their facilities—to increase revenues and decrease expenses. One component of this goal of “continual improvement” is best practices. These are the methods and procedures plants rely on to assure top performance on a predictable and repeatable basis. In 2016, more than 30 plants were recognized for the Best Practices they submitted to the Combined Cycle Journal editors for the annual awards program in water management, O&M, performance improvement, fast-start procedures, monitoring and diagnostics, outage management, and safety.
Again, in the year 2016, AES Jordan proved that they own one of the best practices in safety and production management in Jordan. AES management is happy to announce that the final installment of 2016 Best Practices published in the end of the year, shows that our 3 APEX projects in AES Amman East and AES Levant (IPP4) have been recognized by Combined Cycle Journal and achieved “Best Practice Awards” for improving safety and environment in both plants, as follows: Improving safety during fuel oil unloading (Amman East); Water management System (Amman East) and for Ammonia consumption optimization (AES Levant-IPP4). This is the third consecutive year for AES Amman East to receive this recognition and it is the first time for AES Levant.
AES Management congratulates the Jordan team for their continuous efforts and their contribution to make our work inside AES plants much more safer and environmentally friendly.