2015-2017 Feasibility Study on Constructing 6,600 MW Large Power Plant in Mongolia

Feasibility Study on Constructing 6,600 MW Large Power Plant in Mongolia and Power Exporting Project. +Detailed Environment Impact Assessment and Getting Construction Licenses.

We performed the feasibility study and the detailed environment impact assessment (DEIA) on constructing the Booroljuut coal deposit based large sized 6,600 MW Power Plant to export electricity generated in Mongolia and the ultra-high voltage (UHV)±800 kV direct current (DC) power transmission overhead lines (OHL) from Mongolia to China.

Korean, Chinese and Mongolian companies have formed the Consortium to develop and implement this project.

Booroljuut coal deposit has 3.6 billion tons of approved coal resources. This power plant is located in Tuv Aimag, 110 km in south of Ulaanbaatar and 600 km from Chinese border.  Grid connection studies/power system analysis, and regime & steady state calculations of interconnecting the power plant with the Mongolian central power system and the Chinese grid by 1420 km long ±800 kV UHV DC OHL, and local grid connections by 500 kV and 220kV AC lines and substations were performed. Feasibility studies also include: power plant selection, central region power grid, forecast and balance for electric load, role of the plant in the grid and region, plan for connecting the plant to the grid, grid connection studies/analysis between China and Mongolia and local grid connections, converter stations (AC to DC),location of the plant, coal supply scheme, coal quality, coal transporting, boiler & turbine selection, selection of the plant location, geological studies, ash disposal areas, project planning: capacity of the plant,construction schedule, general plan view of the plant, selection of the unit size, coal conveying, water supply, ash & slug removal, water treatment,electric equipment, flue gas desulfurization, environment protection &control, economical assessment, investment needs, financial and economical analysis, etc. 11 x 600 MW super critical units are selected.  Performed the detailed environment impact assessment.

Year: 2015-2017

Client: BKB led consortium (Korean, Chinese companies)

Financed by: BKB company, Korea