BPZ Energy to build thermal power station in northern Peru

Mar 04, 2009 01:00 AM

Representatives of Houston-based BPZ Energy announced they will build a 140-MW thermal power station in the north of Peru with the aim of providing electricity to thousands of people living in the area.
BPZ Energy officials Luis Zoegr and Manuel Zuniga met with Peruvian President Alan Garcia Perez at the Government Palace in Lima. The company's representatives told President Garcia that the construction of the thermal power station will be carried out between 2009 and 2010.

BPZ Energy is an oil and gas exploration and production company which has exclusive license contracts for oil and gas exploration and production covering approximately 2.4 mm acres in four properties in northwest Peru.
The company is currently executing an integrated gas-to-power strategy, which includes generation and sale of electric power in Peru and sales of gas into Ecuador for third-party power generation, in parallel with the development of the Corvina oil discovery and the redevelopment of the Albacora oil field.

Source / Agencia Peruana de Noticias (ANDINA)
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