Surgut-2 Power Station

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Surgut-2 Power Station
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Coordinates61°16′46″N 73°30′45″E / 61.27944°N 73.51250°E / 61.27944; 73.51250Coordinates: 61°16′46″N 73°30′45″E / 61.27944°N 73.51250°E / 61.27944; 73.51250
Owner(s)Unipro (company)
Thermal power station
Primary fuelNatural gas
Combined cycle?Yes
Power generation
Units operational6 × 800 MW
2 × 400 MW
Nameplate capacity5657.1 MW
Annual net output39.97 TWh[1]
External links
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The Surgut-2 Power Station on the Ob River in Russia is the largest gas-fired power station in the world,[2] with an installed capacity of 5657.1 MW in 2016[3].

Expansion in 2011[edit]

Expansion of the power plant involved the construction of two ≈400 MW units by December 2011, costing nearly RUB 19 billion, which increased its original capacity of 4800 MW to 5597.1 MW.[4][5][6] The two new blocks do not use dried oil gas as is the case in the other six generators. They consume natural gas as a fuel, utilizing combined cycle, with overall efficiency rates of 56%. General Electric is the manufacturer and supplier of the generators.

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ (in Russian) ОГК-4: Сургутская ГРЭС-2
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  4. ^ Shuster, Simon (2008-07-17). "E.ON building world's biggest power plant in Russia". Reuters. Retrieved 2010-04-02.
  5. ^ (in Russian)Энергоблок №7 Сургутской ГРЭС-2 включен в энергосистему России, Электроэнергетическая Россия, Уральский ФО, 03/30/2011
  6. ^ (in Russian) Реальный сектор, Тюменские Известия, 16.06.2011, Андрей Фатеев