TORONTO, June 12 /CNW/ - The Hatch-Sargent & Lundy joint venture has been
retained by ENMAX Corp. to conduct siting and prefeasibility studies for its
planned $1.7-billion, 1,200-megawatt power plant in Calgary, Alberta. The
plant will be a combined-cycle generating facility that could burn natural gas
or gas from coal. The plant may also produce excess steam or heat for
secondary and commercial purposes.
The study will focus on site locations for the different generation
technologies based on coal and natural gas.
The first phase of the plant is scheduled for start-up in 2010.
The Hatch Energy offices in Calgary and Oakville, and the Sargent & Lundy
office in Chicago will undertake the project.
Hatch Energy has more than 80 years experience in thermal and hydro
Hatch Energy is a business unit of Hatch Ltd.
For further information:
For further information: Alan O'Brien, Global Managing Director,
Thermal/Nuclear/Transmission & Distribution, Hatch Energy, Tel: (905)
469-3452, Fax: (905) 469-3404, AO'Brien@hatchenergy.com