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Project Name:
Kamchatka Integrated Power Generating and Heating Plant Feasibility Study

Country: Russia

Client: Kamchatka Region Administration

Financial Source: EBRD

Service Period: July 1996 to July 1997

Narrative Description of Project :

The production of electricity and hot water for district heating in Kamchatka is predominantly depended upon imported fossil fuels, mostly oil and to a smaller extent coal. In the view of the extremely high cost of fuel to this isolated region, development of indigenous energy resources such as geothermal and hydro for this purpose become exceptionally attractive. Kamchatka has a large amount of geothermal resources, which can provide an electricity and heat supply for the whole region as well as export electricity to other regions. Seeking to develop Kamchtkafs highly promising geothermal resources to supply power and heat to the region, the Kamchatka Regional Administration launched the feasibility study for a larger geothermal power plant following to the pilot plant, 4MW x 3 units, which was being constructed in the Verkhne-Mutnovsky geothermal field (Northeast area of Mutnovsky).

SERVICES
  • To verify the basic hydrogeological and technical parameters which the Project depends upon;
  • To consider the technical feasibility and efficiency of the co-generation power plant(integrated power and heating facilities)
  • To assess the technical feasibility study and efficiency of the electrical power plants(steam turbines and binary turbines) ensuring the optimal utilization of the heat of the geothermal fluid,
  • technical specification of the optimal solution;
  • preparation of detailed cost estimate of the project;
  • recommendation of procurement and implementation methods for the project;
  • to review in detail and assess the economic, environmental and financial feasibility of the retained solution(s) for the Mutnovsky geothermal power plant.
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