Rehabilitation and Full Repowering of Ambarlı Fuel-Oil Power Plant Units 4 and 5 Conversion to Dual Fuel Combined Cycle Power Plant
|Place||ISTANBUL / TURKEY|
|Customer||EUAS ELECTRICITY GENERAL DIRECTORATE|
|Services||Multi - Discipline Engineering Services (Architectural, Structural, Electrical, Mechanical, Process, I&C, Infrastructural Engineering Services)
Construction Supervision Services
|Design Type||Basic Design, Detail Design|
|Information About the Project||
The project was carried out by EPP Joint Venture (EKON Industry Construction and Trade Inc. 65 % - PROKON Engineering and Consultancy Co. 30 % – PROKON Manufacturing and Erection Co. 5 % Joint Venture)
Ambarlı Units 4 & 5 Rehabilitation Project involves the conversion of the existing 300MW Fuel-Oil fired boiler steam plant into 816MW Combined Cycle by addition of 2 new Gas Turbine Generators, 2 new Heat Recovery Steam Generators and rehabilitation & modification of existing Steam Turbines under new steam regime to achieve maximum performance. Thus, thermodynamic efficiency is increased from 36% to 54%, kwhour production costs are decreased, plant reliability is increased and excessive levels of atmospheric emissions are reduced significantly.
Ambarlı Project is a “Full Repowering by CCPP Conversion” Project that is a “first of its kind” Project in Türkiye and is equalled in magnitude and complexity by only a handful of worldwide examples.
Major Items in the Scope of Engineering, Procurement and Construction are;
All the process/thermodynamic cycle optimization, conceptual, basic and detailed engineering, process equipment/system procurement, demolition, dismantling, construction, erection, installation, manufacturing, rehabilitation, modification, commissioning & start-up, performance testing and reliability run works, that pose special engineering and project management challenges beyond conventional needs of typical greenfield CCPPs, have been managed and implemented on a turn-key basis by Ekon-Prokon-Prokon JV, each of the party is a member of Prokon-Ekon Group of Companies, totally with local Turkish engineering and contracting teams, with no foreign entity consortium or joint venture partnership.