CCGT Plants in Peru
Chilca Kallpa
Location: Canete
Operator: Kallpa Generacion SA
Configuration: 1 X 180 MW W501FD3, 1 X 194 MW SGT6-5000F, 1 X 196 MW SGT6-5000F gas turbines
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 2007-2010
T/G supplier: Siemens
EPC: Worley, Inkia
Quick facts: Kallpa Generacion was founded as Globeleq Peru in 2005. In Jun 2007 Inkia Energy, a subsidiary of Israel Corp, acquired Globeleq assets in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Nov 2009, Quimpac SAA acquired a 25.1% stake in Kallpa Generacion. The power station uses gas from the Camisea fields. Uni-1 went online on 1 Jul 2007, followed by Unit-2 in Jun 2009, and Unit-3 in Mar 2010. Kallpa is to be converted to combined-cycle operation in 2012, at which point it will be the largest thermal power plant in the country. Photograph courtesy of Kallpa Generacion SA
Posted 14 Jul 2010
ChilcaUno
Location: Canete
Operator: Suez EnerSur
Configuration: 2 X 174 MW V84.3A gas turbines
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 2006-2007
T/G supplier: Siemens
EPC: Siemens
Quick facts: Fifteen months after the "Notice to Proceed," Peruvian President Alan García Pérez and SUEZ Energy International CEO Dirk Beeuwsaert inaugurated Chilca, the first dedicated power plant to use gas from the Camisea field. The new plant is 64km south of Lima and connected to the grid via a new 220kV substation and tie-line. A second identical machine was commissioned on 8 Aug 2007. The total investment required for both units was about $120mn. Photograph courtesy of Suez
Re-posted 15 Aug 2007
Malacas GT 4
Location: Talara
Operator: Empresa Electrica de Piura
Configuration: 1 X 96 MW GT11N2gas turbines
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 1998
T/G supplier: ABB
Quick facts: The Malacas site is 1,120km north of Lima not far south of the border with Ecuador. In 2006, EEPSA, Alstom, and ABB upgraded the GT-4 unit control system during a routine inspection outage. Photograph courtesy of ABB
Posted 19 Mar 2011
Mollendo
Location: Peru
Operator: Empresa de Generacion Arequipa SA (Egasa)
Configuration: 2 X 37.5 MW 6001E gas turbines, 3 X 10.5 MW 16MB430V engines
Fuel: diesel oil, heavy oil
Operation: 1997-1999
T/E/G supplier: Alstom, Mirrlees, Brush
EPC: Alstom
Quick facts: Construction of the IC component at Mollendo began in 1996 to supply the Sistema Interconectado Sur Oeste (SISO) covering the departments of Arequipa, Moquegua and Tacna. In 1997, Cuzco and Puno departments were joined to the SISO grid. The IC plant went commercial in Apr 1998. In 1998, the flooding of the Machupicchu hydro plant in Cuzco led to a regional supply crisis and in Feb 1998, the government authorized the acquisition of two GTs . These commissioned in Sep 2000. The Mollendo plant is connected to the 138kV grid and is generally on standby since Machupicchu went back online. The two Mollendo GTs are planned for transfer to Independence-Pisco and conversion to Camisea natural gas at a total cost of about $8mn.

Photograph courtesy of Empresa de Generacion Arequipa SA
Posted 26 Aug 2009

Santo Domingo de los Olleros
Location: Canete
Operator: Termochilca SAC
Configuration: 1 X 200 MW SGT6-5000F gas turbine
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 2013
T/G supplier: Siemens
EPC: Siemens
Quick facts: This GT was commissioned on 22 Nov 2013 after 19mos of turnkey construction. Siemens also has an LTSA for the project. Other main equipment was also supplied by Siemens including an SGEN6-1000A generator, the remaining electrical equipment, and the SPPA-T3000 I&C suite. The unit has a 2km tie-line to the 500kV Nueva Chilca Substation owned by Red de Energía del Perú. Camisea gas is supplied at the site by Gas Natural de Lima y Callao (GNLC) . The single GT may be converted to a CCGT block in the future. A 50.56% stake in Termochilca is owned by SCL Energia investment funds.

Photograph courtesy of Siemens
Posted 23 Nov 2013

Termoselva
Location: Padre Abad
Operator: PIC del Peru SAC
Configuration: 2 X 78 MW GT11NM gas turbines
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 1998
T/G supplier: Alstom
EPC: Alstom
Quick facts: This plant helps monetize Peru's gas resource at Aguaytia located 475km northeast of Lima. The field, with reserves of up to 440bn m³, was first discovered in 1961, but production did not begin until mid-1998. The project owner is Aguaytia Energy, a joint venture of Duke Energy, Conduit Capital, and Maple Gas.

Photograph courtesy of Grupo Energetico Aguaytia
Posted 3 Sep 2005

   
Ventanilla
Location: Callao
Operator: Endesa Etevensa
Configuration: 492-MW, 2+1 CCGT with V84.3A1 gas turbines
Fuel: natural gas, oil
Operation: 1998-2006
HRSG supplier: Vogt
T/G supplier: Siemens
EPC: Siemens, Abengoa, ingendesa, Duro Felguera
Quick facts: Two oil-fired 110-MW Westinghouse W501D5 machines were installed at Ventanilla in 1993/94. These were replaced by larger Siemens machines in 1998. In Sep 2004, Ventanilla was switched over to natural gas from the Camisea field. In 2006, the plant was converted to combined-cycle operation, the first CCGT plant in Peru.

Photograph courtesy of Endesa
Re-posted 23 Oct 2011

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 23-Nov-2013

Home