National Petroleum Combined Cycle Cogeneration Power Station
K&M was engaged by USTDA to conduct a definitional mission for the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation to assess the feasibility of constructing a combined cycle cogeneration gas power plant 15 kilometers off of Ghana’s coast. The K&M team assessed the commercial, economic, financial, and technical feasibility of the proposed project.
K&M was engaged by the World Bank to conduct a training seminar for the benefit of public officials from the Government of Ghana. The training seminar presented an overview of how to identify, value, and manage fiscal commitments from PPPs, and it included a case study of the Kenya-Uganda Railway Concession.
K&M was engaged by Marinus Energy Limited, a power project developer based in Ghana to advice on the development of a 28 MW power plant that will use natural gas currently flared at the Atuabo Gas Processing Plant. K&M scope includes financial modelling, and support negotiating project agreements (including, EPC, CSA, PPA and others).
K&M was engaged by the Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund (GIIF) to perform technical and commercial due diligence on GIIF’s prospective investment on the Atuabo 28 MW gas-fired power plant. K&M reviewed power plant size and configuration, operational performance, interconnection arrangements, adequacy of the project site and environmental and social impacts, and then advised GIIF on the optimal structure of its investment in the project during the period before financial close, construction, and project operations. K&M will also review the project financial model to verify that all assumptions, calculations, and results are correct and consistent with the provisions in the project agreements, and provide financial and transactional close support.