Calpine Mid-Atlantic Development LLC has proposed a 309 MWE (309 MWC, 309 MW MFO) natural gas fueled 1x1 combined cycle generating facility to be located in Bridgeville, Delaware.
Construction of new natural gas plants, and other forms of electric generating capacity, is continuing to lag behind 2013 levels, according to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Columbia Gas Transmission LLC applied Nov. 21 at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for approval of a gas pipeline that would support Kentucky Power’s plan to convert its coal-fired Big Sandy Unit 1 to natural gas.
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