Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant is a 3,230MW gas fired power project. It is located in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles over 170,000 power plants worldwide, the project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in December 2013. Buy the profile here.

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Description

The project is developed and owned by Saudi Electricity.

It is a Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power plant. The power plant run on dual-fuel. The primary fuel being used to power the plant is natural gas. In case of shortage of natural gas the plant can also run on Fuel Oil.

Development status

The project got commissioned in December 2013.

Contractors involved

Arabian Bemco Contracting and Doosan Enerbility were selected to render engineering procurement construction services for the gas fired power project.

Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block I-V) is equipped with GE Power 7F.04 gas turbines. The phase consists of 15 gas turbines.

Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block I-V) is equipped with GE Power D11 steam turbines. The phase consists of 5 steam turbines.

Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block VI) is equipped with GE Power 7F.04 gas turbines. The phase consists of 3 gas turbines.

Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block VI) is equipped with GE Power D11 steam turbine. The phase consists of 1 steam turbine.

GE Power supplied electric generator for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block I-V).

GE Power supplied electric generator for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block I-V).

GE Power supplied electric generator for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block VI).

GE Power supplied electric generator for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block VI).

Doosan Enerbility supplied steam boiler for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block I-V).

Doosan Enerbility supplied steam boiler for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block I-V).

John Cockerill Group supplied steam boiler for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block VI).

John Cockerill Group supplied steam boiler for the Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant (Qurayyah Combined Cycle Power Plant Block VI).

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About Saudi Electricity

Saudi Electricity Co (SEC) is an energy utility. Through its subsidiaries, the company generates, transmits and distributes electricity; and carries out operations of the fiber optic networks, trading and realization of renewable energy, among others. It produces electricity in gas, combined, steam and diesel power units. SEC also builds independent power plants on a build, own and operate (BOO) basis. The company distributes electricity to customers in cities, villages and communities in the Eastern, Central, Western and Southern sectors in Saudi Arabia. It is owned by Public Investment Fund, Saudi Arabian Oil Company, and other shareholders. SEC is headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

This content was updated on 22 April 2024

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This information is drawn from GlobalData’s Power Intelligence Center, which provides detailed profiles of over 170,000 active, planned and under construction power plants worldwide from announcement through to operation across all technologies and countries worldwide.