Founders of the ROK Energy, Mr. Hakkı Güz (B.Sc.E.E.E. (METU), MBA (ITU)), Mr. Serhat Anar (B.Sc. E.E. (I.T.U.), M.Sc.E.M. (ITU), MBA (ITU)) and Mr. Duran Nernekli (B.Eng.E.E.E. (Newcastle University), M.Eng.E.E.E. (Newcastle University)) managed organizations for many years with holding the executive responsibilities as the share holder and member of board. Within this period, over 200 EPC contracting projects were completed not limited with Turkey but also in countries such as Canada, Turkmenistan, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Algeria and Libya. In addition to this, the manufacturing business of the company was established and the organization reached to the level of Top 500 largest manufacturer in Turkey and managed to export its products to over 50 countries in various continents around the world.
ROK Energy was founded in Istanbul/Turkey in order to provide high quality EPC contracting and engineering services with significant experience in global energy generation, transmission and distribution sector.
The EPC Contract for Solar Generation Plant was completed and generation plant was successfully commissioned. In addition to domestic projects, ROK Energy was awarded EPC Contracts for the Projects in Iraq and Algeria.
EPC Contract for 400-132 kV By-Pass System of 1600 MW Chamchamal CCPP in Iraq was commissioned successfully with zero deaths, serious injuries and/or near miss. Only engineering services, provided by ROK Energy for the Project, exceeded 18.000 man-hours where total achieved manpower was over 100.000 man-hours. In addition to that contract in Algeria was successfully completed within this year. The new contract for 3 units of 220 kV substations in Afghanistan was awarded to ROK Energy.
GROWING INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Iraq branch office has been established in Erbil/Iraq. The EPC contract for 132 kV mobile substation was completed. The mobile substation is being used to provide energy for water pumping plant in Aghjillar in Iraq. In addition, ROK Energy completed two new solar power plant projects in Turkey. The EPC contract for 154 kV substation and 154 kV OHT Line of Turcas Kuyucak Geothermal Power Plant Project was awarded to ROK Energy.
SUCCESSFUL COMMISSIONS, NEW PROJECTS
The construction, EPC basis, of 154 kV Substation and 154 kV OHT Line of Turcas Kuyucak Geothermal Power Plant Project was completed and official provisional acceptance certificate was received successfully in 2017. Design process of 220 kV Khost, 220 kV Waza and 220 kV Gardez Substations in Afghanistan was completed. Control and Protection Systems of 220 kV Khost Substation were manufactured and transported. The contracts for the field design, partial supply, installation and test and commissioning of new excitation system of 3rd Unit in Kangal TEPP, awarded by Emerson, and design, supply, installation and test and commissioning of control and protection systems of power transformers in Kuyucak Geothermal Power Plant, awarded by Exergy, were other completed two contracts within 2017. The control and protection systems of existing 132 kV substation in Chamchamal CCPP in Iraq were replaced with latest technology and upgraded. Turnkey basis contract for supply of 400 kV Air Insulated Substation (Stage II) of Bismayah CCPP in Iraq and the contract for engineering and consultancy services for Qatar Power Transmission System Expansion Project Phase 13 Substations Package No 10 were signed in 2017. These contracts shall be completed in 2018.
3 COUNTRIES-3 SUCCESFUL COMMISIONS
In 2018, ROK received successfully completion certificates of three different projects in three different countries. The completed projects in 2018 were the construction, EPC basis, of 400 kV Air Insulated Substation (four sets of 400 kV step-up transformer feeders and two sets of 400 kV line feeders) of Bismiyah CCPP in Iraq, the contract for engineering and consultancy services within Qatar Power Transmission System Expansion Project Phase 13 Substations Package No 10 and the engineering and partial material supply contract for 220 kV Waza, Khost and Gardez Substations in Afghanistan.