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Azura Edo power plant ¢â‚¬â€œ powering Nigeria¢â‚¬â„¢s future c2dc6e2b8¢  Nigeria initiated the power sector
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    Azura Edo power plant – powering Nigeria’s future An IPP power plant (459 MW) providing reliable energy supply

  • The challenge

    While Nigeria has the largest population and economy on the African continent, the demand for electricity far out- weighs the available capacity, which is often less than 5 GW for a population of about 170 million. Nigeria has one of the lowest per-capita electricity consumption figures in the world. Nigeria initiated the power sector reform with the objective to attract private participation and strengthen power sector performance to remove con straints to eco nomic development.

    The Azura Edo 459 MW gas-fired power plant serves as a significant milestone for the power sector in Nigeria. It is the first large private financed IPP project in Nigeria under the new regulatory frame work. The project is regarded as a path finder of sorts, with developers and investors already considering the project as a platform for similar develop ments in the market.

    It signals to private investors that despite challenges facing the country, bankable power projects can be successfully developed in Nigeria. The sponsor consortium led by Amaya Capital was supported by a syndicate of 15 inter national and local lenders including Siemens Financial Services.

    Our solution

    The plant is designed to run on natural gas. It is con structed under turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract by a consortium of Siemens and Julius Berger Nigeria. The project will be developed in three phases, starting with this 459 MW open cycle gas turbine power plant. In the design, Siemens considered further extension and conversion to combined cycle over two phases, in order to bring the total capacity of the plant up to 1,500 MW. This open cycle consisting of three SGT5-2000E gas turbines equipped with the SPPA-T3000 control system is designed and ready for combined cycle exten sion in a 3 + 1 configuration.

    The implementation of the project was performed under a challenging environ ment in 28 months, two months before the contractually agreed date. The success was a result of stringent project management and excellent collaboration with our com petent consortium partner. Last but not least the security issues on site were manag ed through a strong security concept for site and transportation.

    We are your most trusted partner, offering cutting-edge integrated power plant solutions of the highest quality.

    With Siemens, you benefit from over 130 years of experience in realizing turnkey power plant solutions. As an OEM-EPC partner with more than 250 references worldwide, we offer you a global network of experts with extensive competence in integrating the mechanical, electrical and chemical processes of fossil power plants.

  • “What a massive achievement. To do what you’ve done, in the time you’ve done it, and in the conditions on ground – that’s something you should be proud of for the rest of your lives.

    Your work will be appreciated not just by me, but by millions of Nigerians for years to come.”

    David Ladipo Chief Executive Officer, Group Managing Director and Director, Azura Power West Africa Limited.

    Customer benefits

    • Handover to customer about 2 months before the contractually agreed date

    • Almost 5 million working hours without a single work related accident

    • Erection works contracted to Nigerian companies • Fulfills high quality standards • Good cooperation with communities (e.g. employments,

    training) • Siemens is a reliable and bankable partner • Designed and ready for further extension and conversion

    to combined cycle

    A wide range of offerings

    We provide a broad range of in-house capabili- ties and a full array of services, including plant engineering, procurement, transportation logistics, construction management, technical field assistance, commissioning and operation & maintenance. All services are supported by stringent project, quality and EHS management.

    Scope of supply

    Outstanding EPC competence and project management, comprising:

    • Three SGT5-2000E gas turbines, Germany • Three SGen5-100A generators, Germany • Three main transformers, Germany • Balance of plant, fuel gas pressure & metering

    and electrical equipment • SPPA-T3000 control system • HV switchyard, OHL towers, extension of

    Benin-North substation • Erection and commissioning • Long-term service agreement (12 years)

    Azura Edo (3 × SSC5-2000E)

    Afam (2 × SSC5-2000E) Azura Edo is the fourth EPC

    gas turbine power plant in Nigeria provided by Siemens

    Geregu l & ll (6 × SSC5-2000E)

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    Subject to change without prior notice. The information in this document contains general descriptions of the technical options available, which may not apply in all cases. The required technical options should therefore be specified in the contract.

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