Seven Generations pursues gas-fired power project in Alberta

Seven Generations Energy Ltd. filed a July 9 application at the Alberta Utilities Commission for an approval to construct and operate a natural gas-fired power plant with an installed capacity of 4.2 MW (5.25 MVA) and intended operation of 3.15 MW (3.94 MVA).

This facility would be located within the boundaries of SevenGen’s existing Karr multi-well gas battery in the Kakwa River region approximately 70 kilometers south‐southeast of Grande Prairie. The power would be used exclusively by SevenGen to meet the Karr facility’s electrical load

Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd. submitted this application on behalf of SevenGen. 

Electrical energy will be produced by four Waukesha L7042 GSI S4 gas-engine generator sets. Three engines will operate continuously while the fourth will be on stand‐by.

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