Immingham Power Station
|Immingham Power Station|
Immingham power station
Viewed from the south in April 2006
|Location||Lincolnshire, East Midlands|
|Operator(s)||Conoco Phillips Power Operations
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Nameplate capacity||730 MW|
Immingham Combined Heat and Power Plant (also known as Conoco Phillips Power Station) is a combined heat and power, gas-fired power plant adjacent to the Humber Oil Refinery near to South Killingholme North Lincolnshire, England.
- See main article Industry of the South Humber Bank § Industrialization in "ConocoPhillips"
A 734 MW power station was developed at a cost of £350 million by ConocoPhillips and opened in 2004 adjacent to the Humber Oil Refinery. The plant supplied 'waste' steam to both Humber and Lindsey Oil Refinerys, and incorporated auxiliary boilers for steam supply to the refineries.
In 2009 the plant's capacity was raised to 1,180 MW, by the addition of a 285 MW gas turbine, and 200 MW heat recovery steam generator.
In 2013 the plant was acquired by Vitol.
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