Commercial operations go on stream at PSEG Global’s Omani power plant
US-based PSEG Global has recently started commercial operations at its Salalah Power System plant in Oman. The plant is a 240 Megawatt simple cycle, gas turbine facility located in the southern Omani city of Salalah on the Indian Ocean.
The plant was developed by the Dhofar Power Company, of which PSEG Global is the majority owner. The Dhofar Power Company has a 20-year concession agreement to own and operate a vertically operated utility that includes both the power plant and the local transmission and electrical distribution systems.Gas for the power plant is supplied by the Government of Oman via a new pipeline from the interior.
PSEG Global develops, owns and operates electric generation and distribution facilities and engages in power production and distribution in selected US and international markets. PSEG Global is a direct subsidiary of PSEG Energy Holdings and an indirect subsidiary of PSEG. — (menareport.com)
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