The tender for the supply of equipment for a new TPP company bypassed the Urals turbine plant.
The structure of the corporation Sergei Chemezov - "Technopromexport" - after the delivery of the "prohibited" turbines to Siemens, Siemens will announce a tender for the purchase of similar products for TPPs in the Krasnodar Territory. The seller will probably again be Siemens.
More than half of the company's revenue is exported.
The next suit of the German company for turbines for the Crimea was rejected.
Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Tcherezov noted that the first two Siemens turbines have already been installed at the Sevastopol and Simferopol TPPs and they are carrying out alignment activities.
Technopromexport sold the Siemens turbines to its structure in six months after it was ordered.
The Moscow Court of Appeals on October 30 denied Siemens an action to seize the equipment, which had been already delivered to Technopromexport.
New power stations in the Crimea should start operating in a year, so there's no chance to find a replacement.
The court refused Siemens' request for interim measures.
The Russian Ministry of Energy and two Tekhnopromexport companies will be responsible for the delivery of Siemens turbines to the Crimea.
Roman Filippov, General Director of Power Machines, was detained in St. Petersburg by officers of the Federal Security Service. The date and circumstances of the detention are not yet specified.
What the scandal with the supply of turbines to the Crimea might mean for Chemezov's Rostec and Siemens.