E3 has the experience to make your natural gas project a success.
E3 has provided technical advice on more than 200 new and existing gas-fired power projects totaling more than 85,000 megawatts of capacity. Because our team members have an average of over 25 years of experience, we have worked on a variety of gas-fired power generation technologies over the years. Our project experience also includes heat recovery steam generation experience, and our experience with steam turbine generators includes several models provided by General Electric, Alstom, Mitsubishi, Siemens, and Westinghouse, among others.
Tenaska Westmoreland Energy Center, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
E3 provides independent engineering services for state-of-the-art generating facility
E3 was retained by Tenaska Pennsylvania Partners, LLC to provide a due diligence review focused on technical and environmental aspects of the Project, primary agreements, and technical assumptions in the financial projections. The Project is a natural gas-fired combined cycle facility located in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania and consists of two Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas 501J CTGs, two Nooter/Eriksen HRSGs, one Siemens SST6-5000 STG, with a summer rated capacity of 925 MW. The Project will be connected to at least two major interstate pipelines with gas laterals ranging from four to six miles from the interstate pipelines to the project site. Water supply will be provided by the municipal county authority and supplied by a 13-mile pipeline. E3 is currently providing construction monitoring services.
St. Joseph Energy Center, New Carlisle, Indiana
E3 served as technical advisor for the Birdsboro Power Plant
E3 Consulting was retained to serve as the Independent Engineer, providing a due diligence review focused on the technical and environmental aspects of the Birdsboro Power Plant, a natural-gas fired 1×1 combined cycle plant located in Berks County, Pennsylvania. The plant, with a rated capacity of 488 MW, will consist of one GE 7HA.02 Combustion Turbine Generator, a Heat Recovery Steam Generator, and a GE Steam Turbine Generator in a single-shaft configuration. E3 is currently providing construction monitoring services.
Carlsbad Energy Center, California
E3 provides independent engineering services for peaking project
E3 is serving as the Independent Engineer for the Carlsbad Energy Center, a 519 MW natural-gas fired simply cycle facility located in San Diego, California. The project uses five GE LMS100 Combustion Turbine Generators. NRG, the owner, entered into a long-term agreement with the local utility, San Diego Gas & Electric, to build, own and operate a new simple-cycle gas-fired power plant on the site of its existing Encina Power Station (EPS), which will be decommissioned and removed once Carlsbad is operational. E3 is also providing construction monitoring services.