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Expansion of the gas turbine power plant GTPP-200 Uralsk

  • Indicator Results
  • Investment amount, thousand US dollars 340 000
  • NPV of the Project thousand, US dollars 217 018
  • IRR, % 17,5%
  • IBITDA yield, % 47-60%
  • Payback period, years 11,4
  • Discounted payback period, years - - 15,5

Project Description:

Expansion of the existing gas turbine power plant GTPP-200 Uralsk with the use of a combined cycle.


300 MW 

Existing debt obligations of the Initiator:

about $100 million (the possibility of refinancing a foreign currency loan in tenge is being considered

Project Outline:

Operating station (100 MW)

  • GE MS 9001E Gas Turbine
Expansion (300 MW)
  • 2 GE MS 9001E gas turbines
  • Expansion of the turbine operation cycle with the addition of a combined-cycle turbine unit consisting of:
    • boilers-heat recovery
    • steam condensing turbine type K-60-7,4
The entire infrastructure for the expansion of the power plant has already been created

Market prerequisites:

High electricity prices in the region The Western Energy Zone is isolated from the country's energy system and does not have access to cheap electricity from the Northern Energy Zone. Electricity prices for industrial enterprises (main consumers) in Atyrau region are the highest in the country, in West Kazakhstan region (WKO) - one of the highest.

Energy consumption growth Almost the entire oil and gas industry is concentrated in the Atyrau region and the West Kazakhstan region. There are enterprises in these regions that are carrying out or have completed major modernization projects (Atyrau Refinery, Karachaganak Petroleum Operating, Tengiz, CPC), which will lead to an increase in electricity consumption.

Proximity to the sources of raw materials GTPP-200 Uralsk has an underwater pipeline to the main pipeline "Soyuz", which ensures uninterrupted supply of raw materials. In addition, WKO is one of the leaders in the Republic of Kazakhstan in gas production and its reserves. This ensures stability and possible diversification of the supply of raw materials for the operation of the power plant.

The establishment of a single electricity market within the EAEU will allow the Project to establish export supplies of electricity to Russia and Belarus, where electricity prices will be formed on market conditions. The Uralsk GTPP-200 is connected to the Russian energy system through the Stepnaya substation and has sufficient transmission capacity for large-scale export deliveries.

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