"This represents not only the largest order for onshore wind turbines for Siemens, but also the largest single order for onshore wind power awarded globally to date," a Siemens statement said.
Meanwhile, a joint venture formed by energy giants Rosneft of Russia and Statoil of Norway has begun working to unlock the oil potential of the Samara region near the Kazakhstan border in southwestern Russia.
High cost of facility, $20 billion, not feasible for gas-to-liquid project.
MAPI says lower natural gas prices, and less pressure on crude oil, creates a competitive advantage for products from industries using natural gas.
Current energy production capacity stands at 2177 megawatts (MW), with ambitions to reach 10,000 MW by 2015.
The Department of Energy as saying it had recovered $53 million of the $192 million Fisker owed to the government, leaving $139 million unpaid.