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Penuelas - LNG regas terminal

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The Penuelas complex occupies a 36-acre site in Guayanilla Bay. The combined cycle of Ecoelectrica includes two Westinghouse 501F gas turbines of 160 MW each, two ABB-Combustion Engineering heat recovery steam generators, and a Toshiba steam turbine of 214 MW. The power plant started operations in March 2000, running on LPG until July when the LNG terminal started its commissioning. Currently, a storage of LPG and diesel oil is maintained as backup source of fuel. The desalinization plant produces two million gallons of water per day: one million is used for the Penuelas complex, around 580 thousand gallons are delivered to Costa Sur power plant for make-up purposes, and the excess supplies the Puerto Rico Aqueducts and Sewers Authority. The first phase of the LNG onshore terminal involved a storage capacity of 160,000 cubic meters of LNG; however, there is an area reserved for a second tank in case of expansion. The unloading facilities are designed to handle LNG ships with a ...

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