K&M is conducting a gas to power feasibility study in Guyana. The objective of the project is to assist the government of Guyana optimize use of its indigenous gas in power production. K&M’s scope of services include conducting a feasibility study, commercial due diligence, technical due diligence, project development advisory, and power system dispatch modeling. K&M reviewed preexisting studies and information to guide its project site recommendation and conducted technical and economic evaluations to determine optimal gas to power technologies, plant size and its configuration.
K&M will then support the Guyana government and Guyana Power and Light, the country’s government owned utility, through the next phases of project implementation. K&M will prepare the gas supply agreement’s commercial terms, evaluate project financing options, assess necessary upgrades to Guyana’s transmission system, and recommend regulatory changes. K&M will also develop a project implementation plan.