300 MW Samra Combined Cycle Power Plant, Jordan

300 MW Samra Combined Cycle Power Plant

Project is a natural gas/fuel oil fired combine cycle plant providing a nominal 300 MW electrical output. The power island consists of two GE combustion turbine generators, which feed exhaust gases to two Nooter Eriksen HRSGs, which in turn feed steam to a single Fuji steam turbine generator set. The plant fires natural gas fuel and fuel oil. Power is generated at 15 kV in the CTGs and 15 kV in the STG, and then stepped up through individual transformers to the Jordan grid voltage at 400 kV. Plant auxiliary power is back-fed from the grid or GSUs through an auxiliary transformer on each CTG bus.

EPC Contract’s scope covers procurement of all major equipment as well as other auxiliary equipment, and conceptual and detail engineering of the plant, civil and electro-mechanical installation works, test and commissioning works and training of the Employer’s staff.

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Al Samra, Jordan

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Central Electricity Generating Company

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Black&Veatch - GAMA Consortium

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Project Duration

24 Months (September 2004 - September 2006)