Advancing CFB for 40 Years


476 units, 36 GWe, 38+ million hours of operation


Sumitomo Heavy Industries and Amec Foster Wheeler’s fluidized bed business have combined to become the new global leader in sustainable energy solutions: Sumitomo SHI FW

The new organization will be headed by Tomas Harju-Jeanty who will report directly to the Energy and Environment Group of Sumitomo Heavy Industries.

Tomas Harju-Jeanty | CEO at Sumitomo SHI FW, Director at Highview Power

Tomas has a strong global background from leading energy and environmental technology businesses for corporations from three different continents. He is experienced in creating value through integrating businesses and operations between Europe, China, USA, India and Japan. Prior to his current role, Tomas was President of Power Systems and Technology Group of Amec Foster Wheeler (UK), a global business comprising of power projects, plant lifecycle services and power generation. Earlier he was CEO of Foster Wheeler Global Power Group’s operating units in Europe and in Asia. Tomas has a professional background in contracting and managing capital projects, in supply chains and project risk management.


David Parham | Executive Vice President, Strategy & Business Development

David Parham is Executive Vice President, Strategy and Business Development at Sumitomo SHI FW. As part of the new Sumitomo SHI FW company, he has been asked to maintain this position with the added responsibly of overseeing SHI’s global sales as well as SHI FW for CFB products for all the regions we serve.

Prior to his current role, for the past ten years, he has led the Amec Foster Wheeler Global Strategic Business Development Group. Twenty-four years ago, he started up and led the Foster Wheeler China operations which resulted in over 8,000 MWe of steam generators being sold directly into China. He joined Foster Wheeler in 1980 where he has held many positions, starting in field advisory services and moving on to project management and commercial management.

Dave is a graduate of New York Maritime College with a Marine Engineering Degree.