Khabarovsk-1 power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Khabarovsk-1 power station (Хабаровская ТЭЦ-1) is an operating power station of at least 770-megawatts (MW) in Khabarovsk, Industrialny, Russia with multiple units, some of which are not currently operating.

Location

Table 1: Project-level location details

Plant name Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
Khabarovsk-1 power station Khabarovsk, Industrialny, Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk, Russia 48.413754, 135.118613 (exact)

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Unit-level coordinates (WGS 84):

  • Unit 2, Unit 2, Unit 6, Unit 6, Unit 7, Unit 7, Unit 8, Unit 8, Unit 9, Unit 9: 48.413754, 135.118613
  • Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit CHP1-1R, Unit CHP1-2R, Unit CHP1-3R, Unit CHP1-4R: 48.41375, 135.11861

Project Details

Table 2: Unit-level details

Unit name Status Fuel(s) Capacity (MW) Technology CHP Start year Retired year
Unit 1 construction[1][2] gas, diesel[3][4][1] 205[3][4] combined cycle[3][4] yes[3][4] 2027[3][4][2][5]
Unit 2 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 30 subcritical 1955 2027 (planned)
Unit 2 construction[1][2] gas, diesel[3][4][1] 205[3][4] combined cycle[3][4] yes[3][4] 2027[3][4][2][5]
Unit 2 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 30 subcritical 1955 2027 (planned)
Unit 6 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 50 subcritical 1964 2027 (planned)
Unit 6 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 50 subcritical 1964 2027 (planned)
Unit 7 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 100 subcritical 1967 2027 (planned)
Unit 7 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 100 subcritical 1967 2027 (planned)
Unit 8 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 100 subcritical 1969 2027 (planned)
Unit 8 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 100 subcritical 1969 2027 (planned)
Unit 9 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 105 subcritical 1972 2027 (planned)
Unit 9 operating coal - lignite, fossil gas - natural gas 105 subcritical 1972 2027 (planned)
Unit CHP1-1R cancelled[6][7][8][9][10][11] gas, diesel[12][13][14] 82[13][14] gas turbine[13][9] yes[13][15]
Unit CHP1-2R cancelled[6][7][8][9][10][11] gas, diesel[12][13][14] 82[13][14] gas turbine[13][9] yes[13][15]
Unit CHP1-3R cancelled[6][7][8][9][10][11] gas, diesel[12][13][14] 82[13][14] gas turbine[13][9] yes[13][15]
Unit CHP1-4R cancelled[6][7][8][9][10][11] gas, diesel[12][13][14] 82[13][14] gas turbine[13][9] yes[13][15]

CHP is an abbreviation for Combined Heat and Power. It is a technology that produces electricity and thermal energy at high efficiencies. Coal units track this information in the Captive Use section when known.

Table 3: Unit-level ownership and operator details

Unit name Owner Parent
Unit 1 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK JSC)[16] PJSC "RusHydro" [100.0%]
Unit 2 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK) [100.0%]
Unit 2 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK JSC)[16] PJSC "RusHydro" [100.0%]
Unit 2
Unit 6 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK) [100.0%]
Unit 6
Unit 7 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK) [100.0%]
Unit 7
Unit 8 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK) [100.0%]
Unit 8
Unit 9 Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK) [100.0%]
Unit 9
Unit CHP1-1R Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK JSC)[17][18] PJSC "RusHydro" [100.0%]
Unit CHP1-2R Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK JSC)[17][18] PJSC "RusHydro" [100.0%]
Unit CHP1-3R Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK JSC)[17][18] PJSC "RusHydro" [100.0%]
Unit CHP1-4R Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (DGK JSC)[17][18] PJSC "RusHydro" [100.0%]

Project-level coal details

  • Coal source(s): Urgalugol coal mines, and Pereyaslovsky coal mine

Background

The eight-unit, 435-MW coal-fired Khabarovsk-1 power station is owned by Far Eastern Generating Company, which in turn is owned by RusHydro.[19] In addition to the units listed above, the plant includes smaller Unit 1 with 25MW and Unit 3 with 25MW.[20]

The station uses a cross-link design for flows of steam and water among boiler units and turbine units. Khabarovsk-1 has 7 operating turbine units and 15 operating boiler units. The turbine units were brought online between 1954 and 1972.

In 2006-2008 the company undertook the process of conversion of boilers to natural gas, now 9 out of 15 boilers are operating on gas.[21][22] Natural gas is supplied from Sakhalin while bituminous and lignite coal is supplied by several coal mines, in particular Urgalugol coal mines and Pereyaslovskiy coal mine.[22]

The plant produced 1,658 million kWh of electricity in 2020[23] and 1,765 million kWh in 2021.[24]

Fire at plant

In October 2019 a fire at the plant caused the temporary closure of some units and led to a loss of power for 58,000 residents.[25]

Environmental impact

In May 2019 the plant was ordered to pay a 90,000-ruble fine for dumping petroleum products into the Amur River in March 2019.[26]

Retirement and Replacement with Khabarovsk-4 gas-fired plant

Khabarovsk-1 plant

In July 2018 the Ministry of Energy announced a program of financial incentives for transitioning coal-fired plants to run on gas.[27] In November 2018 the Far Eastern Generating Co. tendered the construction of a gas-fired plant, Khabarovsk-4 (Хабаровская ТЭЦ-4 in Russian), that would be built by 2020 and would replace the coal-fired units at Khabarovsk-1.[28] In June 2019 it was reported that Khabarovsk-4 would be built and Khabarovsk-1 would be retired by 2023.[29] In November 2020 the commissioning date for the new gas plant and retirement date for Khabarovsk-1 were delayed to 2025.[30]

In July 2021, it was reported that the buildings of the power station were being prepared for dismantling and demolition in order to prepare for the construction of the new power station.[31] Equipment removed from operation would be dismantled first, such as the cooling towers, lighting masts, warehouses and gantry cranes. Parts of the power station will continue its work until the new plant is commissioned.[31] In August 2021, it was reported that dismantling of the equipment has started.[32] However production levels in 2021 still remained on par with 2020 levels.[24]

According to the order of the Ministry of Energy from from February 2022, 150MW of capacity was to be retired by 2025 and 285MW by 2026.[33] An updated order from February 2023 stated that all capacity is to be retired by 2027.[34]

Khabarovsk-4 plant

In September 2021, it was reported that the design of the Khabarovsk-4 power station has been completed, a land plot has been formalized on the territory adjacent to the Khabarovsk CHPP-1, and construction was scheduled to begin in 2021.[35] The technical part of the project and the results of engineering surveys received a positive conclusion from the Glavgosexpertiza of Russia.[36] The work was planned to be completed in two stages - until 2024 and until 2025.[35][37] Construction was expected to be carried out by RusHydro.[37]

Construction of Khabarovsk-4 power plant started in February 2022.[36][38] In July 2022 it was reported that the company intended to use equipment manufactured in Russia for this station.[39] In August and September 2022 it was reported that construction was ongoing.[40][41] According to a report by East Russia, the company has experienced issues with main equipment that was part of the initial design and had to redesign the power units. This was expected to delay commissioning to 2027.[42]

In October 2023, the first equipment of the power station was commissioned. Until the end of the construction, the newly installed equipment will be utilized by the operating Khabarovsk-1 power station. The construction is expected to complete in 2027.[43]

Articles and Resources

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Additional data

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