BQPS

AcronymDefinition
BQPSBin Qasim Power Station (Pakistan)
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"Our flagship BQPS would overtake our competitors to stand as the country's largest thermal power complex with installed capacity of 1,820MW."
While, KE is evaluating the option of High Speed Diesel (HSD) as an alternate fuel for BQPS II and KCCPP, we have also evaluated the possibility of operating the power plants on RLNG subject to certain modifications/ alterations at Plant sites.
Commissioned in 2012, BQPS II is KE's flagship power plant with an installed capacity of 560 MW.
Duber Khwar hydropower project with 130 MW power generation capacity is likely to complete by January 2011, Guddu Rehabilita-tion-I (gas base) would add 198 MW by January 2011, Zorlu energy (Wind Project-I) will add 44 MW by January 2011, Nandipur Power Project 425 MW Combined Cycle Power Project is likely to complete by April 2011, and Bin Qasim Power Station (BQPS)-II (oil base) in partnership with a Chinese firm, Harbin having generation capacity 115.9 MW is likely to complete by January 2011, the sources maintained.
March 27, 2018 till April 10, 2018, the committee also noted underutilization of BQPS I during morning time, whereas it could have been operated at full capacity to minimize load shedding.
KEL had asked SSGC for enhancement of gas supply, which it says is currently at 90mmcfd, so it can operate its Bin Qasim Power Station (BQPS) generation units, which run only on gas.
This major rise is chiefly on account of decrease in T and D losses, efficient generation of electricity and full operation of steam turbines of BQPS II.
KESC fleet consists of bin Qasim-1 power station, korangi combined cycle power plant, 560 MW BQPS II combined cycle power plant, korangi thermal power plant, korangi gas engine power plant and site gas engine power plant.
KESC entered into loan agreements in 2007 with the international finance corporation (IFC) and the Asian development bank (ADB) in order to avail long term financing of up to USD275 million to finance the Korangi 220MW and 560MW BQPS power plants.
KESC entered into loan agreements in 2007 with the international finance corporation (IFC) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in order to avail long-term financing of up to USD275 million to finance the Korangi 220 MW and 560 MW BQPS power plants.