The Port Qasim power plant is a 1.32GW (2 x 660MW) supercritical coal-fired...
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- Chevron Lubricants launches new product for combined heat and power
- Drax: cutting coal ahead of schedule
- New report highlights fragility of Indian coal sector during Covid-19
- IEA: 25% fall in weekly energy demand during Covid-19 pandemic
Port Qasim Coal-Fired Power Plant, Karachi
The Port Qasim power plant is a 1.32GW (2 x 660MW) supercritical coal-fired plant developed approximately 37km southeast of Karachi, Pakistan, at an estimated cost of $2.085bn.
Total strengthens presence in Spanish energy market
Global energy player Total has acquired Energías de Portugal’s (EDP) portfolio of two gas-fired combined cycle power plants.
CTM Ambiente Installs Special Enclosure at Snam Rete Gas Plant
CTM Ambiente has announced that their customer Snam Rete Gas, one of the world’s leading energy infrastructure operators in the transmission of natural gas, congratulated the company for the work done in their plant of gas compression station located in Malborghetto, Italy.
Achieve longer engine life with Chevron Lubricants’ Texaco HDAX 9500 SAE 40
Texaco HDAX 9500 SAE 40 has been developed and designed for applications involving biogas, sour gas, digester gas and landfill gases. Its high-performance formula is optimised to ensure a longer engine life and extended uptime, helping to significantly reduce maintenance costs.
Chevron Lubricants launches new product for combined heat and power
With modern natural gas engines operating at higher temperatures than ever before, there’s now a huge demand for engine oils that can help prevent the build-up of deposits on pistons and cylinders.
Drax: cutting coal ahead of schedule
The UK’s biggest power plant, Drax in North Yorkshire, has announced it will end all coal-fired power generation by March 2021, well ahead of the UK’s 2025 deadline for reaching net zero. The power station has already converted four of its six units to biomass, and now the two coal units will ramp down, remaining online after 2021 only to honour its existing capacity market agreements. We spoke to Drax’s managers to find out more about the plant’s post-coal future.
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