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Gwangyang LNG Power Plant

Gwangyang LNG power plant is a power plant with a capacity of 1,126 MW,
accounting for 0.88% of the total capacity of domestic power generation equipment.
Gwangyang LNG Power Plant was set up in 2003, partnering with BP (British Petroleum). SK owned 65 percent in the plant, while BP picked up the rest at the point of launch. And SK acquired all the shares from BP in 2010. Gwangyang LNG Power Plant began its full operation with the introduction of natural gas from Tangguh, Indonesia in 2006. Gwangyang LNG Power Plant is the first private power plant to purchase LNG directly and has generated electric power since 2006. The Gwangyang LNG Power Plant produced 8,033 GWh of electricity in 2019, achieving 91.5% of its annual run rate with cost-competitive fuel.

Power Plant
Overview
Gwangyang LNG Power Plant
Gwangyang LNG Power Plant
Location 2148-567 Jecheol-ro, Gwangyang-si
Generation Capacity 1,126MW
Fuel LNG
Equipment Type Natural gas power generation through gas turbines and steam turbines
Construction Commencement Date February 2004
Commercial Operation Date February 2006
Area 139,022㎡
Power Generation Equipment Overview
Power Generation
Equipment
Overview
Division Main Equipment Commercial
Operation Date
#1 combined cycle 2 gas turbines 2006.02.13
1 steam turbine
2 heat recovery
steam generators
#2 combined cycle 2 gas turbines 2006.02.13
1 steam turbine
2 heat recovery
steam generators
Subtotal 1,126(MW)
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