Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) and Dubai Supply Authority (DUSUP) has signed a landmark gas sale agreement. The agreement will see Adnoc supply DUSUP with natural gas, which will replace clean coal for power generation at the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) IPP (Independent Power Producer) Hassyan Power Complex, further reducing carbon emissions from power generation. This agreement supports the vision and direction of the wise leadership to transform Dubai into a carbon neutral economy and provide 100% of Dubai’s total clean energy by 2050. Adnoc’s integrated gas masterplan links every part of the gas value chain to ensure a sustainable and economic supply of natural gas to meet the growing requirements of the UAE and international markets. The plan includes the application of new approaches and technologies to enable increased and competitive gas recovery from existing fields as well as developing untapped resources and leveraging innovation to continually drive emissions. Domestically produced natural gas is more commercially competitive compared to imported coal or gas and it will support economic growth while lowering emissions when used as a subsitute for coal in power generation. Adnoc is a responsible provider of reliable, lower-carbon energy. In addition to the expansion of its gas operations, Adnoc is growing its new energies business to capitalize on opportunities in hydrogen and renewables, while decarbonizing its operations as it embraces the energy transition and continues to help meet global energy demand.
Construction work is in full swing on this project.
Energy China announced that, Unit 3 of this power station, engineered and constructed by Energy China, was successfully connected to the grid for the first time on May 16, 2022. The Project uses natural gas as its fuel. The project is planned to be fully operational in April 2023. It is expected to provide 20% of the power needs of Dubai, reduce electricity costs for locals, and promote the diversification of the local energy structure.
DEWA announced that it has added 1,200 megawatts (MW) from its Hassyan Power Complex to its installed capacity. Further 600 MW will be added in the fourth quarter of 2022 and an additional 600 MW by the third quarter of 2023, raising the total capacity of Hassyan Power Complex to 2,400MW.
ACWA Power converted the operations of Hassyan power plant from clean coal to natural gas. The conversion will result in an entirely coal-free ACWA Power portfolio, which comes in line with the company’s strategy to lead the way to de-carbonization and focus predominantly on renewables and transitional low CO2 projects and to its 2050 net-zero emissions target. ACWA Power owns net stake of 26.95% of Hassyan power plant.
Construction works are currently in progress on this scheme.
Construction works are currently in progress on this scheme.
Work on this project is progressing well on this scheme.
Al Shirawi Waterproofing Company has been appointed to provide waterproofing services on this scheme.
Construction works are currently in progress at various stages.
The project is under construction as per schedule.
Construction works are currently in progress as per scheduled on this scheme.
GE subcontracted the steel fabrication works to Huaye Steel Structure (HYSS) . The contractual scope includes fabrication of the boiler support system for the four 600MW units. NOMAC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ACWA Power, is the operations and maintenance services provider for the project.
Project is currently under construction with the plant set for testing by 2021.
The shareholders in the project are:
- Dewa (51 per cent)
- Acwa Power (27 per cent)
- Harbin International (14.6 per cent)
- Silk Road Fund (Chinese sovereign wealth fund) (7.4 per cent)
Hassyan Energy Company has officially signed the EPC deal with Harbin Electric International and General Electric to develop the first phase of this project. Through an EPC partnership with Harbin Electric International, GE will provide its ultra-supercritical (USC) y technology and advanced environmental control systems (ECS). The plant will utilize latest global clean coal technologies, such as the ultra-super-critical technology and the latest environmental standards.
Client Contact: Mr. Abdullah Mohamed (Procurement Manager).
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The EoI must include company name, brief description of activity, country of company headquarters, primary contact person, address, direct telephone number, mobile number, fax number and e-mail address. Upon receipt of the EoI, DEWA will duly register the interest expressed for further consideration. DEWA intends providing additional information on the subsequent process and procedures in due course, upon receipt of a confidentiality undertaking.
- Germany's Siemens Power Ventures / Qatar Electricity & Water Company (QEWC): 19.134 fils a kWh.
- Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power / Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco) / South Korea's Samsung C&T: 20.27 fils a kWh.
- UK's International Power / Japan's Mitsui / South Korea's GS Engineering & Construction: 20.48 fils a kWh.
Evaluation is currently underway. An award is expected within a maximum of 60 days.
- Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA)
- Address : Head Office, Near Wafi Shopping Mall, Zabeel East
- Pin : 564
- City : Dubai
- Telephone : (+971-4) 601 9999
- Fax : (+971-4) 601 9995
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