Maxim – Deerland Peaking Station 190 MW – Alberta - Project Profile
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Maxim Power Corporation (Maxim) is planning to undertake the construction of Deerland Peaking Station in Alberta, Canada.
The project involves construction of a 190MW gas-fired power plant on 4ha of lease land adjacent to the existing Deerland high-voltage substation.
It will include the construction of Skaro 109S substation, the installation of a gas metering station, gas compressors, a water treatment facility, water storage tanks and generating turbines, and the laying of transmission lines to power grid and water pipeline.
The power plant will utilize combustion turbines in simple-cycle mode which use a gas-turbine to operate an electric generator ideally suited for peak demand of electricity.
MAXIM received all required regulatory approvals to construct and operate the power station in June 2008.
On May 30, 2012, the Alberta Utilities Commission approved ''Time Extension'' for Deerland Gas-Fired Peaking Power Plant.
In June 2012, Maxim announced that it has entered into agreements to secure firm natural gas transportation service for the 190MW Deerland Peaking Station ("D1").
Project is facing delay due to pending regulatory certainty in Alberta, improved prices in Alberta power market and satisfactory commercial arrangements.
On June 21, 2017, Project has received all required regulatory approvals for construction.
On November 6, 2017, Maxim was applied to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval of an ownership change for the power plant from Maxim to Deerland Power Inc.
Planning activities are underway.Scope
The project involves construction of a 190MW gas-fired power plant on 4ha area at existing Deerland high-voltage substation, northeast of Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada.
The US$200 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a gas metering station
2. Construction of a water treatment facility
3. Installation of gas compressors
4. Construction of water storage tanks
5. Construction of a warehouse building
6. Installation of turbines
7. Construction of retaining walls
8. Laying of waste water pipelines
9. Installation of transmission lines to power gridReasons To Buy