Gas- and Oil-Fired Steam-Electric Plants in the USA - Oklahoma
Horshoe Lake
Location: OK
Operator: Oklahom Gas & Electric Co
Configuration: 1 X 14 MW, 1 X 22 MW, 1 X 29 MW, 1 X 11 MW, 1 X 163 MW, 1 X 220 MW, 1 X 443 MW, 2 X 60-MW GT
Operation: 1924-1969
Fuel: natural gas
Boiler supplier: B&W, CE
T/G supplier: GE, WH
EPC: Sargent & Lundy, Brown & Root
Quick facts: This was OG&E's first major PS. In 1963, the company built the world's then-largest CCGT plant at this site north of Harrah. The four oldest units are retired. Two 60-MW GTs were added in 2001.

Photograph courtesy of Midwest Wrecking Co
Posted 3 Jun 2017

Mooreland
Location: OK
Operator: Western Farmers Electric Cooperative
Configuration: 1 X 45-MW, 1 X 125 MW, 1 X 135 MW
Operation: 1964-1975
Fuel: natural gas
Boiler supplier: B&W, Riley
T/G supplier: WH
EPC: Burns & McDonnell, LDP, Kuljian

Photograph courtesy of Western Farmers Electric Cooperative
Posted 16 Dec 2015

Riverside
Location: OK
Operator: Public Service Oklahoma
Configuration: 2 X 441 MW
Operation: 1974-1976
Fuel: natural gas, oil
Boiler supplier: B&W
T/G supplier: WH, GE
EPC: Black & Veatch, Austin Constructors
Quick facts: Supercritical units.

Photograph courtesy of AEP
Posted 25 Sep 2005

   
  Tulsa
Location: OK
Operator: Public Service Oklahoma
Configuration: 1 X 95 MW, 2 X 170 MW
Operation: 1974-1976
Fuel: natural gas, oil
Boiler supplier: B&W
T/G supplier: WH, GE
EPC: Sargent & Lundy
Quick facts: The first generating units at this site went into operation around 1920.

Photograph courtesy of AEP
Posted 25 Sep 2005

 

Abbreviations

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

Updated 03-Jun-2017

Home