Rolls-Royce announced it has received its first order in China for Series 4000 MTU engines meeting EPA Tier 4 final emissions regulations. Jereh Petroleum Equipment has ordered 16 MTU 12V 4000 T95 engines for new fracturing pump equipment.
Jereh, a global supplier of oil & gas well servicing equipment and a key customer for MTU in China, said it plans to sell the equipment. The company has built a range of oil & gas equipment with MTU engines, including well servicing pumps, cementing pumps and nitrogen pumps.
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).
“We are delighted to receive this breakthrough order in China,” said Scott Woodruff, global director for Mining and Oil & Gas at MTU. “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 that meets Tier 4 final emissions standards without exhaust aftertreatment. The engine is equipped with the latest MTU technology that includes 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.