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  • Health & Safety | GDF SUEZ
    Funding FAQs Environment Energy Efficiency Our Partners Community Connect Partner Events Media Information News Archived News PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS FACT SHEETS PHOTO GALLERY Industry Links Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Health Safety GDF SUEZ Australian Energy conducts its affairs and operates its assets to achieve the highest

    Original URL path: http://www.ipplc.com.au/about-us/Health-and-Safety (2016-02-17)
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  • ProjectGDFSuez
    CSR Manager s Message Partnership Funding FAQs Environment Energy Efficiency Our Partners Community Connect Partner Events Media Information News Archived News PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS FACT SHEETS PHOTO GALLERY Industry Links Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Assets Assets in Operation Fuel Type Gross Capacity Power MW Hazelwood Coal

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  • Hazelwood | GDF SUEZ
    Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Hazelwood HAZELWOOD POWER STATION MINE GDF SUEZ Hazelwood is part of the global energy giant GDF SUEZ Energy International Located in Victoria s Latrobe Valley 150 km east of Melbourne GDF SUEZ Hazelwood comprises a 1542MW power station and an adjacent brown coal lignite mine over an area of 3 554 hectares The brown coal fired power station produces around 10 TWh annually and is supplied with up to 18 million tonnes of coal each year from the Hazelwood mine Hazelwood is jointly owned by GDF SUEZ Australian Energy 72 per cent and Mitsui Co Ltd 28 per cent Completed in 1971 the business directly employs 540 staff and averages 300 alliance contractors with hundreds more employed during major maintenance outages Hazelwood supplies between 20 and 25 per cent of Victoria s energy requirements and 5 4 per cent of Australia s energy demand Since 1996 over 1 billion has been invested in operational and environmental initiatives at Hazelwood which has resulted in significant efficiency and reliability improvements along with improved environmental performance This includes a more than 10 per cent decrease

    Original URL path: http://www.ipplc.com.au/about-us/asset/Hazelwood (2016-02-17)
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  • Loy Yang B Power Station | GDF SUEZ
    Connect Partner Events Media Information News Archived News PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS FACT SHEETS PHOTO GALLERY Industry Links Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Loy Yang B Power Station Loy Yang B power station is located in Victoria s Latrobe Valley 160km east of Melbourne It is Victoria s newest and most efficient coal fired power station generating around 953 MW or about 17 per cent of Victoria s energy needs It is supplied with brown coal from the adjacent Loy Yang open cut mine Loy Yang B is jointly owned by GDF SUEZ Australian Energy 70 per cent and Mitsui Co Ltd 30 per cent The partnership trades as IPM Operation and Maintenance The first of the power station s two units came on line in 1993 with the second unit commencing commercial operations in 1996 In 1995 Loy Yang B was the world s first coal fired power station to gain quality accreditation to ISO 9001 and the first Australian power station to gain environmental accreditation to ISO 14001 Since 1997 the Company has enjoyed a significant

    Original URL path: http://www.ipplc.com.au/about-us/asset/Loy-Yang-B-Power-Station (2016-02-17)
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  • Kwinana Cogeneration Plant | GDF SUEZ
    Overview CSR Manager s Message Partnership Funding FAQs Environment Energy Efficiency Our Partners Community Connect Partner Events Media Information News Archived News PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS FACT SHEETS PHOTO GALLERY Industry Links Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Kwinana Cogeneration Plant The Kwinana Cogeneration Plant is located 40km south of Perth Western Australia The plant supplies steam and electrical power directly to the BP Australia Kwinana Oil Refinery and electricity only to the State owned utility Verve Energy The Kwinana plant is jointly owned by GDF SUEZ and Mitsui Co Ltd and Ratch Australia The partnership trades as the Perth Power Partnership with GDF SUEZ Australian Energy and Mitsui Co Ltd owning 70 per cent and Ratch Australia owning 30 per cent The plant was commissioned in December 1996 and produces 122 MW of electricity It employs 20 people Kwinana is primarily fuelled by the natural gas from Western Australia s gas fields north of Perth The gas is delivered to the plant by the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas pipeline As a cogeneration plant Kwinana supplies both steam

    Original URL path: http://www.ipplc.com.au/about-us/asset/Kwinana-Cogeneration-Plant (2016-02-17)
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  • Pelican Point Power Station | GDF SUEZ
    Partner Events Media Information News Archived News PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS FACT SHEETS PHOTO GALLERY Industry Links Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Pelican Point Power Station GDF SUEZ Australian Energy began operations in South Australia in 1999 when it developed and constructed the State s first major private sector power station at Pelican Point on the Port River 20km north west of the Adelaide central business district Pelican Point is one of Australia s most advanced efficient and environmentally friendly power stations The power station uses a combined cycle gas turbine operation to produce 479 MW of electricity 25 per cent of South Australia s needs Pelican Point is jointly owned by GDF SUEZ Australian Energy 72 per cent and Mitsui Co Ltd 28 per cent Pelican Point has an energy efficiency of more than 50 per cent compared with older power stations which are at less than 35 per cent The combined cycle system also greatly reduces greenhouse gas emissions Other environmental features of the power station include Stringent adherance to noise standards ensuring negligible impact on

    Original URL path: http://www.ipplc.com.au/about-us/asset/Pelican-Point-Power-Station (2016-02-17)
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  • Synergen Peaking Units | GDF SUEZ
    Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Synergen Peaking Units Synergen Power is a peaking generator of 396 MW consisting of nine generating units located at four power station sites across South Australia Synergen Power supplies power into the National Electricity Market at times of high demand particularly on

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  • Canunda Wind Farm | GDF SUEZ
    Archived News PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS FACT SHEETS PHOTO GALLERY Industry Links Latest Proposals Education Overview Making Electricity Measuring Electricity Coal fired Power Station Gas Fired Power Station Mining Coal Education Centres Electricity Quiz Contact Us Contacts linkedin flicker Search Canunda Wind Farm The 92 5 million Canunda Wind Farm at Lake Bonney near Millicent in South Australia s south east represents a diversification of the company s energy business in Australia and a move towards increased power generation from renewable resources Canunda is jointly owned by GDF SUEZ Australian Energy 72 per cent and Mitsui Co Ltd 28 per cent Canunda Wind Farm has 23 turbines capable of generating approximately 46 MW of electricity enough to provide the power needs of around 30 000 homes Each turbine blade spans 39 metres The wind turbines at Canunda use wind speeds from 4m sec and produce maximum energy at 14m sec They can operate at wind speeds of up to 25m sec 90km hour The wind yield in South Australia will enable Canunda to produce electricity up to 34 per cent of the time a very high yield by global standards The wind farm occupies a site approximately 8km long by 3km

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