60MW POWER PLANT, PIGAP, SANTA BARBARA FIELD, VENEZUELA

CTG-PSI was contracted to provide Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management for the 60MW combustion turbine power plant to provide reliable power in support of gas compression and gas/oil field operations.

CTG-PSI chose two Pratt and Whitney FT8 combustion turbine Swift Pac® 30 power generation packages as the power plant prime movers. CTG-PSI’s scope of supply included preliminary design, detailed engineering, power plant and Balance of Plant (BOP) equipment procurement, construction support, operator training, start-up and commissioning.

240MW POWER PLANT, PUERTO LA CRUZ, VENEZUELA

The Client had requested that CTG-PS provide a proposal for engineering design, procurement of certain specified balance of plant equipment, project management and startup support services for the Jose Power Project. The Jose Power Project is a nominal 240 MW simple cycle gas fired power plant located at the Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A (“PDVSA”) Jose Refinery near Puerta La Cruz, Venezuela. Y &V Ingeniería Y Construcción, C.A (Y & V) served as the local lead EPC contractor and engaged CTG-PSI as its US EPC services partner. A detailed description of the participants’ scope of responsibilities can be found in the division of responsibility (DOR), the Drawing Register, the General Arrangement drawing, Electrical One-line diagram, and the CTG-PS Project Schedule, where a copy of each is available for review and as reference.

The end-user Client, PDVSA chose four (4) new Rolls Royce Trent 60 combustion turbine packages (CGTs) with Wet Low Emissions (WLE) combustors as the prime movers The project scope encompasses the supply and turnkey installation of these (4) CGTs ordered and supplied by CTG-PSI from Rolls Royce Energy Systems and fueled by natural gas. CTG-PSI was contracted by Y & V to specifically provide for the complete engineering, select procurement and
construction support and technical direction installation services for the 240MW power generation facility supporting PDVSA’s oil and gas operations.

 

42MW TOTAL POWER GENERATING CAPACITY QUELLON, CHILE

CTG-PSI, through its EMD division, CTG Power Solutions, LLC (formerly The Camelot Technologies Group, LLC) was awarded a contract by Grupo Saesa, a PSEG company and Chile’s 3rd largest electrical power distributor, to provide for twenty-four (24) custom designed 2000KW 645EMD diesel fired emergency power generating sets for multiple sites throughout Chile. These reciprocating engines were designed to be installed in multiples of 10MWs power blocks as auxiliary power for the copper mining and fisheries industries. CTG-PSI provided fully remanufactured, and sound attenuated EMD diesel generating sets with custom enclosures and independent control systems. Each power plant can be monitored and operated remotely through a SCADA technology and simple high speed internet connection. CTG-PSI was responsible for the manufacturing design, site engineering, procurement, logistics and transportation, installation, operator training, start-up and commissioning. CTG-PSI has the capability to provide continuing upgrades through its 26,000 SF Odessa, FL and Auburn Alabama facilities.

10MW EMERGENCY POWER PLANT UPGRADE STUDY PROJECT, WEST PALM BEACH, FL

CTG-PSI, working with Mock Roos Consulting Engineers, was hired to work with the East Central Regional Water Reclamation Facility Board in West Palm Beach on a continuing basis as an engineering and project consultant for modifications and upgrades to the existing 10MW emergency power facility located on site at the 70MGD plant. The ECRWRF serves The City of West Palm Beach, The City of Lake Worth, The City of Riviera Beach, The Town of Palm Beach and Palm Beach County, all located in the great state of Florida. CTG-PSI provided the preliminary feasibility study and recommended upgrades to the turbine control system, fuel system and starting systems for the 40 year old power facility. When complete, the upgrades will bring the facility up to current standards.

BIO-SOLIDS PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING STUDY WEST PALM BEACH, FL

CTG-PSI was hired by Hazen and Sawyer Environmental Engineers of as an electrical power and cogeneration consultant for the ECRWRF Board in West Palm Beach to support the preparation of the Preliminary Engineering Report for Bio-Solids Treatment and Management. The report is the first phase of a $100MM project to convert the plant from aerobic to anaerobic digestion. The report was completed and presented April 2012, with Phase 2 of the project started in 2013, which included the preliminary engineering for the plant conversion and digester gas use. CTG-PSI provided a power production model and the following deliverables: Analysis of digester gas production rates, Identification of power plant options utilizing digester gas, Providing preliminary plant layouts for each option, Power consumption study for existing and new plant configurations, Plant Economic Analysis for existing and new configurations, and Identification of available grants and tax credits for project.

THE 286 MW BROOKLYN NAVY YARD COGENERATION FACILITY PROJECT ("BNYCP")

Responsible for the construction and operation of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Cogeneration Facility (286 MW) which was designed to be the cleanest major fossil fired power plant in the world. Negotiated the engineering, procurement and construction contracts and the investment incentive agreements. BNYCP was designed to be the most ecofriendly natural gas-fired power plant and received numerous environmental awards for its low emission systems. Charged with the overall responsibility for the development, construction and operation of the BNYCP facility, the first new power plant built in New York City in over twenty years. BNYCP was developed by York which entered into a 50/50 joint venture partnership with Edison Mission Energy to construct, own and operate the plant. BNYCP was designed to deliver its electric (286 MW) and steam output (up to 1 million lbs/hr.) to Consolidated Edison Co. of New York ("ConEd"). BNYCP was the first independent power plant (“IPP”) constructed in the US and the cleanest and most efficient plant in their entire generation fleet.

BIG SPRING 34 MW WIND TURBINE FACILITY

Managed the construction of the Big Spring Wind Facility in West Texas. Responsible for negotiating all contractor and supply work for installing 46 Vestas wind turbines, transmission interconnection, substation, roads, and O&M building. Completed on time and within budget.

THE WESTEX (6.6 MW) WIND PLANT FACILITY

This Plant was built in conjunction with Texas Utilities ("TU") and the city of Austin, Texas as part of the TU Renew Program that offered customers the opportunity to directly purchase renewable energy to satisfy their energy requirements. Provided and managed the overall construction subcontracts of West Texas I Wind Facility in West Texas. Responsible for negotiating all contractor and supply work for installing four (4) Vestas wind turbines, transmission interconnection, substation, roads, and O&M building.

INNCOGEN 225 MW SIMPLE CYCLE FACILITY

Responsible for overseeing, managing development and construction of the InnCOGEN Facility in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, which utilized three (3) General Electric Frame 7EA combustion turbines. Negotiated key project documents and contracts including: Permitting Approvals, Engineering, Procurement, and Construction contract valued at $67 million, Utility Power Purchase Agreement, and Operations and Maintenance Agreement. Completed project on time and within budget with virtually no change orders. During commercial operation responsible for administering all project contracts including Utility Power Sales Agreement, Permits, O&M Contract, Lease and other Project Documents.

This was a 225 MW simple-cycle natural-gas fired generating station that sold its output to the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago ("T&T"). T&T was the first independent power plant constructed in that nation and the cleanest and most efficient plant in their entire generation fleet. CTG-PSI’s Mr. Robert Paladino, Chief Commercial Officer and General Counsel while during his tenure at York Energy served as Chairman of the local company that was responsible for the operation and maintenance of the T&T plant and made the policy decision to hire only T&T citizens for its operating staff and management, a first for any foreign investment in that country. Mr. Paladino was also heavily actively involved in community affairs.