$700 Million in Thermal Power Plant
Thursday, August 12, 2021
Panama is planning the construction of a 670 MW combined cycle thermal power plant using natural gas as the main fuel and diesel as a backup fuel for contingencies.
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"In an area of 34,329 hectares, a thermoelectric power plant with a generation capacity of 670 Mw is planned to be built and will include water intake and discharge pipelines in Panama's marine area.

The plant will operate with natural gas as the main fuel and liquid fuel (diesel) as a backup fuel for contingencies.

The thermoelectric power plant will consist of: two gas turbines and one steam turbine (2x1 configuration), all auxiliary systems including steam recovery systems, fire prevention and control systems, cooling system and cooling tower (based on seawater), seawater intake and discharge piping, water treatment plant and purification system, electrical substation for power transmission, among others."

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