China's first gas-burning power plant in Shenzhen

Apr 17, 1997 02:00 AM

An agreement to build a gas-burning power plant in Shenzhen, the first of its kind in the country, was signed recently. Under the terms of the deal, which involves three Chinese companies, Exxon and a Japanese firm, Qianwan Gas-Burning Power Plant will be equipped with three gas-steam combination recycling generators, each having a generating capacity of 350 MW.
The power plant, which will use gas from the Ya13-1 Oilfield in the South China Sea, is scheduled to finish installation of its first generator and start generation of electricity after being connected to the local power grid in 2000. The cost of the project is 7.2 billion yuan.

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