Kinder Morgan plans new power generation

Kinder Morgan Power Company, a subsidiary of Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc., is planning to construct ten natural gas-fired generation plants that represent approximately 5500mw of intermediate power. Williams Energy Services will provide fuel to the plants and marketing of the new generation capacity. The first two plants will begin generating in the summer of 2002, with the remaining plants in commercial operation by 2005. The company has secured agreements with General Electric (GE) and Deltac to provide turbines and heat recovery steam generators respectively, for all the plants. Research by outlines each of the ten projects being engineered, under construction and in the start-up phase.

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