AGL – Dalton Gas-Fired Power Station 1000 MW – New South Wales - Project Profile
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AGL Energy Ltd (AGL) plans to construct the Dalton Gas Fired Power Station project in Australia.
The project involves the construction of a gas-fired power plant having a power generation capacity of 1,000MW on 26ha of land.
The power station includes the construction of a powerhouse, substation, and gas receiving station, the installation of high voltage transformers and switchgear and the laying of transmission lines.
URS Australia Pty Ltd has been appointed as an environmental consultant and Green Bean Design Pty Ltd to carry out the Landscape and Visual assessment.
EPC contract has been awarded to General Electric Co. (GE) and Leighton Holdings Ltd (name changed to CIMIC Group).
The project received a five-year planning approval from NSW Planning and Assessment Commission in July 2012.
On October 19, 2012, AGL has suspended the construction of the first phase of the 1,000MW Dalton gas-fired power station in New South Wales State, due to poor market conditions.
The economic viability of this project had been under review for several months because of market conditions; however, State and Federal government approvals remain valid for the next five years.
The project was put on hold due to poor market conditions.
As of March 2017, AGL revived the project plans and seeking the extension of approval (the approvals which will be expired on June 30, 2017), for two more years from NSW Planning and Assessment Commission.
AGL is seeking a two-year extension to the lapse date of its approval from July 2017 to July 2019 and the application for extension went on public exhibition for four weeks and closed on 13 April.
The project involves the construction of a gas-fired power plant having a power generation capacity of 1,000MW on 26ha of land in the township of Dalton, Australia.
The US$1,500 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a powerhouse
2. Construction of a substation
3. Construction of a gas receiving station
4. Installation of high voltage transformers and switchgear
5. Installation of turbines
6. Installation of safety systems
7. Laying of a power transmission lines
8. Construction of related facilities
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