Ras Laffan C IWPP

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Location

  • Qatar

Client

  • Mitsui & Co. Ltd (Mitsui) and Suez Energy International (SEI)

Project Value

  • Confidential

Project Status

  • Completed

Ras Laffan C is an independently owned water and power plant (IWPP) with a combined-cycle capacity of 2,730 MW of electricity and 63 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day (MIGD) (286.4 million litres per day). This major project – among the Middle East’s largest – can supply approximately 30 percent of Qatar’s electricity and 20 percent of its potable water demand per day.

WSP was owner’s engineer for a range of services including design review, schedule review, factory acceptance tests, site construction and commissioning services, as well as performance and reliability testing.

Output
2730 MW
Power Generation Method
Combined Cycle
Volume of desalinated water
63 MIGD

Ras Laffan C is an independently owned water and power plant (IWPP) with a combined-cycle capacity of 2,730 MW of electricity and 63 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day (MIGD) (286.4 million litres per day). This major project – among the Middle East’s largest – can supply approximately 30 percent of Qatar’s electricity and 20 percent of its potable water demand per day.

WSP was owner’s engineer for a range of services including design review, schedule review, factory acceptance tests, site construction and commissioning services, as well as performance and reliability testing.