77 MW Cogeneration Plant Aconcagua (Chile) in Single Cycle Gas Turbine configuration and a steam production of 125 t/h
CLIENT: DURO FELGUERA
SERVICES: Basic and Detail Engineering
YEAR: 2015-in process
A new cogeneration plant will be erected next to the ENAP Refinery in Concón (Chile). The nominal power of the plant is 77 MW with a capacity of providing 125 t/h of superheated steam at 43 bar. The power island is based on a single General Electric GE 6FA gas turbine, coupled with an ASME-I HRSG supplied by Nooter-Eriksen Refinery will use the steam production as heating media, replacing the current gas refinery boilers, which will be left as a backup system. Power production will be exported to the national power grid, with the ability to sustain 100% refinery operation in case of catastrophic grid blackout.
Energy - FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS - COMBINED HEAT AND POWER