PROJECTS / Tomsk 100 MW Power Station

Tomsk 100 MW Power Station

Europe and Central Asia

October 22, 2020

K&M was engaged by the Korean Electric Power Company (KEPCO) to complete due diligence review to determine feasibility of the proposed 100 MW simple cycle, gas-fired IPP located near the City of Tomsk, Russia. The project planned to use natural gas as the primary fuel, and gas condensate as backup. In addition to the power plant the project scope included gas production and treatment facilities and a 60 km supply pipelines between the gas treatment facility and the power plant. K&M developed project performance and cost estimates and performed economic analysis considering two options: project financing and corporate balance sheet financing calculating the revenue stream based on the electricity tariffs in the region.

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