Thermal Power

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For over a decade we have partnered with several  engineering, procurement, construction, and start-up contractors of for a wide variety of natural gas and process steam facilities as well as for modification and retrofits to existing fossil facilities. Our capabilities range from combustion turbine facilities to solid fuel and integrated gasification combined-cycle plants. To date, Syngenik in partnership with other firms has completed over 30 facilities, which have provided more than 14,000 megawatts of highly reliable and cost efficient energy in Kuwait and North America.

  • A consortium of Syngenik Oil and gas, Bechtel Power Corporation and Siemens Energy, Inc. built Panda Temple I and Panda Temple II, two 758-megawatt combined-cycle power plants fueled by clean-burning natural gas.
  • The Syngenik, Bechtel-Siemens consortium also designed and built the Panda Sherman Generating Station, another 758-megawatt natural gas-fueled combined-cycle plant, an hour’s drive north of Dallas. Groundbreaking for Temple I took place in September 2012. Temple I began commercial operation in 2014 and Temple II in 2015.
  • The two facilities are strategically sited along the Texas half of the Interstate 35 corridor, one of the 10 most concentrated, and rapidly growing, population centers in the United States. Approximately 45 percent of Texas’ 21 million citizens live within 50 miles (80 kilometers) of Interstate 35.

The Panda Temple facilities are among the cleanest natural gas-fueled combined-cycle power plants in the United States. These zero-discharge plants also rely heavily on recycled water.