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According to the McIlvaine Company, global power plant operators spent $3 billion in 2014, with the leading spender being East Asia. Power Plants Will Spend $3 Billion for Pumps this Year By: ImpellarNet The market in Western Europe is primarily a substitution of other forms of power for coal-fired power plants. For example Flowserve, received multiple orders for key pumping systems for the Lichterfelde Cogeneration Power Plant. The orders were booked in the first quarter of 2014. Located in Germany, the 300-megawatt (MW) plant replaces an old coal-fired power plant. The Flowserve pumping systems at the heart of this power plant use heavy-duty, radically split, multistage between bearings pumps for boiler feed service (BFP) and canned vertical turbine pumps for condensate extraction (CEP). In addition, Flowserve will also provide the pumps for the district heating process. In East Asia the big market is new coal-fired power plants. KSB has been awarded contracts by two Chinese power