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Umm Al Houl Power Plant, Doha, Qatar

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Umm Al Houl Combined Cycle Power Plant is part of Qatar's biggest power and water projects and will be located in the Qatar Economic Zone 3, south of the capital city of Doha. The power plant will be able to supply up to 2.52GW of electricity and 590,000 m³ (136 million gallons) of drinking water a day to 2.5 m homes in the area. The project is being implemented under the government's Qatar National Vision 2030 and will help to increase electricity and water output by 22% and 25% respectively.

Peikko's column connections, rebar couplers, hollowcore slab hangers and beam connections have played an important role in this remarkable project.

Umm Al Houl combined-cycle power plant make-up

The project encompasses the construction of a natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant along with a desalination plant. The electricity and water produced from the project will be purchased by Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation for a period of 25 years.

The plant will be equipped with six gas turbines, four steam turbines and 10 generators. It will be divided into two power blocks with each block consisting of three gas turbines that will operate two downstream steam turbines.

Power from the plant will be transmitted to the country's power grid via a newly built substation.

The plant will also include process and plant drainage systems, system control and data acquisition connection between facility, substations, control centres and fuel supply systems.

Details of the desalination plant

The desalination plant will have a capacity of 136.5 million imperial gallons a day (MIGD) of net water capacity, of which 60MIGD will be produced through reverse osmosis technology, while 76.5MIGD will be produced using multiple-stage flash technology.

The plant will require large volumes of water for cooling requirements including cooling the steam produced and used within the steam turbines. Significant volumes of water will also be required for the desalination process.

The plant will also include seawater intake and discharge facilities along with portable water facilities including pumping stations, reservoirs and connection pipelines as well as disinfection and wastewater treatment facilities.

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Project facts

Developer:
Umm Al Houl Power
Construction Company:
Al Jaber Engineering
Structural Designer:
Mott Mcdonald
Precaster:
Smeet Precast
Delivery year:
2015
Completion year:
2018

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Contacts

Radovan Endel, General Manager Mobile +971 50 279 2215
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