Riyadh PP11 Power Plant is a 1,805MW gas fired power project. It is located in Al Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in March 2013.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Thermal||1,805||1,805||–||Active||Al Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
Dhuruma Electricity, Engie, Aljomaih Holding and Sojitz are currently owning the project having ownership stake of 50%, 20%, 15% and 15% respectively.
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 Oil.
The project cost is $1,964.67m.
The project got commissioned in March 2013.
Power Purchase Agreement
The power generated from the project is sold to Saudi Electricity under a power purchase agreement for a period of 20 years. The contracted capacity is 1,805MW.
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering was selected to render EPC services for the gas fired power project.
GE Power was selected as the turbine supplier for the Gas fired project. The company provided 7 units of 7F.04 gas turbines, each with 157MW nameplate capacity.
GE Power was selected as the turbine supplier for the Gas fired project. The company provided 2 units of D11 steam turbines, each with 353MW nameplate capacity.
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering supplied steam boiler for the project.
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