CPP Western power station
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CPP Western power station was a proposed 200-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in Delta State, Nigeria.
As of December 2019, the project has not progressed in more than four years and appears to be cancelled.
The map below shows the approximate location of the proposed power station in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria.
A reference to this project goes back to 2006. Additional information is lacking and the project appears cancelled.
- Sponsor: Shell Petroleum Dev Co
- Parent company: Royal Dutch Shell Plc [30%]; Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) [55.%]; TotalEnergies SE [10%]; Eni SpA [5%]
- Location: Warri, Delta State, Nigeria
- Coordinates: 5.5544, 5.7932 (approximate)
- Gross capacity (cancelled): 200 MW
- Gas turbine units 1-4: 50 MW per unit (no start-up date)
Articles and Resources
- Christophe de Gouvello, Felix B. Dayo, and Massamba Thioye, Low-carbon Energy Projects for Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (2008), Table A3.1-2, World Bank website, accessed Dec 9, 2019
- "African Power Platform - Cpp Western Powerplant - admin - Power Projects". www.africanpowerplatform.org. Retrieved 2021-10-21.
- Who we are, Shell, accessed May 19, 2021
- GE to Help Increase Output and Reliability of Shell Petroleum Development Company's Afam VI plant in Nigeria, GE, Feb 13, 2018
- Total changes name and direction, Energy Live News, Jun 2, 2021