MACOGA supplies the Expansion Joints for Cerro Dragon CCPP in Argentina
A total number of 5 Lateral Tied DN2000 + 5 Hinged DN2000 + 1 Axial untied DN4000 Expansion Joints have been successfully designed, manufactured and shipped to the Cerro Dragon Power station in Argentina.
Pan American Energy LCC will convert the power plant of Cerro Dragon natural gas and oil field in the southern Argentine province of Chubut to a combined cycle.
Cerro Dragon is added to the extensive portfolio that MACOGA has conducted in Latin America, where MACOGA has delivered the Expansion Joints to more than 20 large combined-cycle power stations: Rio Bravo, Baja California IV, Agua Prieta, Monterrey, Norte II, La Laguna, etc. in Mexico, Chila, Chilca I and Kalpa in Peru, El Tablazo in Venezuela, Aluar in Argentine and now Cerro Dragón.
In Latin America, MACOGA has also worked on other projects in different sectors like high pressure Expansion Joints for hydropower plants in Costa Rica, FCCU Expansion Joints for refineries in Peru, and many mining projects in Chile.