Nogliki gas power station

Nogliki gas power station (NGES) was built and put into operation in 1999 with the aim of partially replacing the capacity of power stations of Sakhalin Energy System, operating on imported expensive solid and liquid fuels and, accordingly, covering the existing deficit in power supply of consumers Sakhalin island.

In the premises of the main building of NGES was installed two power trains ГТЭ-24Г with electric power 24 MW each, total capacity 48 MW. Each power train includes:

  • two turbo-wagon with gas turbine unit ГТГ-12 В (in each wagon);
  • two turbo-wagon with gas turbine unit ГТГ-12 В (in each wagon);
  • auxiliary equipment wagon;
  • wagon-cooling tower.

ГТГ-12 В is equipped on the basis of gas turbine engine ДЦ-59 with power 12 MW of Nikolaev plant “Zorya-Mashproekt” and electrical turbogenerator.

The main fuel of NGES is natural gas.

At present time NGES operates according to the ‘open cycle of GTU’, i.e. without utilizing heat of the GTU outgoing flue gases. There are no heat loads at NGES from external consumers. The Institute subsequently performed technical and economic calculations and business plans for the extension of NGES, considering various options. In particular, was proposed reconstruction of the Nogliki gas power station with the aim of partially replacing the capacity of power stations of Sakhalin energy system and heat supply of urban settlement Nogliki by constructing of steam and gas unit-combined heat and power plant (PGU-Cogeneration plant). This is mentioned in the report of General Electric: