80 MW Cogeneration Plant – Alberta Canada
The Scotford project was a joint venture between NEPCO and PCL industrial contractors, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Ft. Saskatchewan facility generates 80 MW electricity for sale to Trans Alta and produces 375,000 pph of process steam for use by shell chemicals. Nepco’s scope of work included engineering, procurement, and joint venture management. PCL provided project construction.
One GE frame 7EA gas turbine generator One heat recovery steam generator
Scope of Work
Engineering, procurement, construction and startup
Eighteen months from notice to proceed to substantial completion completion 2000
Approx. EPC value $30M
Project controls to include preparation of CPM schedules (P3); cost controls; cash-flow management; change order management; forecasting; tracking of installed quantities; earned value management and other project controls efforts.
*This project was performed by principal of the firm